The “Heavenly” portfolio includes products that have already received high praise from the likes of The New York Times, the BTI, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, The Ultimate Spirit Challenge, the San Francisco Spirit Competition and spirit guru Paul Pacult of the Spirit Journal. Heavenly Spirits is now the proud importer of and ambassador to the following products in the US:

Pronunciation Guide

Okay, now how do you say that?!


Heavenly Spirits products are authentically made by family-owned French producers. Some of them go back many generations. Not everyone has an easy time in pronouncing some of the names of these products or some of the French terms commonly used in the trade. For this reason, and because we have had a few requests, we have put together this easy-to-use pronunciation guide. 


Aperitif: Ap per a teef


Armagnac: Ar ma nyak


Armorik:  Ar more rick


Artez:  Ar tez


Arvani: Ar van nee


Bastille: Bas tea


Bouscat: Boo ska


Calvados: Cal va dose


Chauffe Coeur: Showf Cur


Claque-Pepin: Clack Pep on


Cognac: Co nyak


Dartigalongue: Dar tee gah long


Delord: de lor


Digestif: Dee jess teef


Du Peyrat: Du Pay rah


Eau de vie de poire:  Oh da vee da pwar


Guerin: Gare on


Hontambère: Aun taum bare


Jahiot: Ja yoh*


Jean Fillioux: Jon Fee you*


La Muse Verte: La Mews Vert


La Troussepinete: La Trues pee net


Marie Duffau: Ma ree  Du fo


Monnet: Moe nay


Noces Royales: Noss (like moss) Roy al 


Normandin Mercier: Norm an dah  Mer see ay


Pineau des Charentes: Pea no day Shar ont


Pommeau: Pom oh


Qino One:  Kee no One


Rétha: Ray ta


Triagoz: Tree ah goes


Yeun Elez: Yoon El ez


*Note: Jean and Jahiot have the J which is pronounced like Taj Mahal or Zsa Zsa Gabor.