No half measures. This powerful juice exalts the confident virility of those who play life heads or tails, who bet red, odd numbers and high, who are just as comfortable at an electric boxing match as in the subtle atmosphere of a casino. With discreet aromas of gin and old Cuban rum, it conjures up an elegant and reassuring masculinity with a bit of rogue charm, like movie stars from the '50s and '60s. They never hesitated to defend their or their lady's honor with their fists.
" Welcome to the world of iconic French films from the 50s. In the projection booth at the back of the room, the smell of warming cellulose rises through the air. In a clandestine poker den, two players face off with a virile exchange of glances, old leather armchairs, and glasses filled with spirits whose recipes are better forgotten come together with an air of trouble. The die is cast. "