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Hugely popular Scottish liqueur made with whisky, honey, spices, almonds and tangerines. The name is the phonetic pronunciation of the Gaelic 'gle mhath' meaning 'very good'. Rather brilliantly, Glayva is now trademarked as 'the best liqueur in the world' after winning the IWSC trophy a record breaking five times.
This is Lejay Lagoute's world-famous Crème de Cassis de Dijon, based on the original 1841 recipe. This is intense and fresh with additional notes of cherry and plum. The original ingredient in a Kir Royale – just add to a glass of Champagne.
The world-famous herbal liqueur, whose green colour comes entirely from the 130 herbs used to make it. This spicy, herbal and sweet liqueur, which has a distinctive flavour, is made by Carthusian Monks to a recipe they were given in 1605.
A milder, sweeter, more approachable Chartreuse that's the perfect first taste of these distinctive liqueurs. Chartreuse is made by Carthusian Monks, who were given the recipe in 1605, and is flavoured with herbs and plants for a vegetal, sweet and spicy taste. Remarkably, no Chartreuse products contain any artificial colourings - the colour comes from the ingredients.
A bottle of Amaretto di Saschira Liqueur from renowned Italian producer Luxardo, more famous for a range of Sambuca. This almond-flavoured liqueur can be enjoyed on its own or used as an alcoholic sauce poured over ice cream.
Following in the tradition of other gin makers Chase have put together a vodka gin made with organic potatoes from their orchard in Herefordshire, and infused it with fruit. It's big, fruity and demands lemonade or ginger ale and a stack of fresh fruit.
To this day Amaro Montenegro is prepared according to the traditional recipe, which has been secretly guarded for over a century. Ingredients undergo a meticulous selection process with only the rarest and most prized herbs composing the original recipe, giving Amaro Montenegro its distinctive taste. Displays early botanical scents of orange peel, fresh not dried coriander, red cherry, pekoe tea and cucumber.
A delicious liqueur made from 4 ingredients: Egg yolks, brandy, vanilla and sugar. The essential ingredient in the traditional 'Snowball' cocktail (with lemonade and a dash of lime juice) or delicious enjoyed neat or over ice cream. Always serve chilled.
Creme de Cassis de Dijon, the flagship of Briottet's production, is produced exclusively from the blackcurrant variety 'Noir de Bourgogne'. After macerating the fruit in alcohol for two months a colourful aromatic juice is obtained which releases the full flavour of the famous little berry.
Marie Brizard Elderflower liqueur is delicate and refined. The smooth hints of the flower meet the wild flavours of the sap to create a gourmet and captivating liqueur. Sap, slightly acidic and gourmet.