Campeny Distilleries, founded in 1970 by Amadeo Campeny, has been a pioneer in the production of catalan cream liquor ever since. Its familiar character and the enterprising spirit of his founder have contributed to make Campeny Distilleries present all over Spain, Europe and many countries worldwide.
The distillery relies on an organizational structure presided by his founder Amadeo Campeny. Next to him his son Juan and his daughter Cristina hold the positions of General Manager and Chief Financial Officer, respectively. Our forecasts of growth have lead us to hire Sergio Clavell to join the company as the Export Manager. His extensive commercial experience in multinational companies it’s beeing highly valuable to our objective of increasing the presence of our products in the European market, Asia, the United States and South America.
The initial location of Campeny Distilleries was situated in an industrial area in San Adrián del Besós, a village close to Barcelona, where Amadeo Campeny, its founder, is from. Nowadays and ever since 1981 the facilities are situated in El Masnou, a town which is only 20 km away from Barcelona.
Campeny Distilleries participate with a stand of its own in all the most prestigious international fairs of the beverage industry. Their line of work constantly depends on creating and launching new and original products into the market. In Campeny Distilleries we are specialists in producing liquor creams, and we are proud to say we offer a wide range of more than 70 different flavours.
Absinthe's Le Diable Collection has 5 mini glass bottles of absinthe:
- Le Diable Rouge: Red Absinthe of 80%Vol. Alcohol
- Le Diable Bleu: Blue Absinthe of 80%Vol. Alcohol
- Le Diable Jaune: Yelow Absinthe of 80%Vol. Alcohol
- Le Diable Vert: Green Absinthe of 70%Vol. Alcohol
- Le Diable Noir: Black Absinthe of 85%Vol. Alcohol
|Region Produced in||Barcelona|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 26.5 x 4 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Manufacturer/Producer||Destilerías Campeny S.A|
|Country Produced in||Spain|