Jenlain Ambrée should be served between 6° and 8°C.
Found in the Jenlain Ambrée are notes of caramel, toasted bread crust, hazelnut, toasted almonds, nuts, tonka bean and orange marmalade.
It goes particularly well with such strong tasting foods as chorizo or black sausage or even smoked salmon, well-seasoned beef tartare and sweet and sour dishes. It goes without saying that it is the ideal accompaniment to our local Maroilles cheese, much favoured by the French kings. Slightly sweet, it can be served at the end of a meal and is perfect with orangey or chocolatey desserts.