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Passoã is a passion fruit liqueur made in France, with passion fruit being the main ingredient. Created in 1986, the brand is owned by Rémy Cointreau group. It is a black bottle with a red liquid and has an alcohol volume of 15 to 17% depending on the country.

The original version of Passoã is made with passion fruit juice from Brazil. Passoã has also developed ready-to-serve cocktails: Tudo bom, Tropical, Red caipirinha and Zombie fire.

It was launched in 1986 in European market and in 1994 worldwide, and has been a nationally best-selling liqueur in several national markets including Puerto Rico, the Netherlands and Belgium.