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Perfect for your after-dinner drinks, this is an intensely flavoursome, pleasingly bitter French digestif from Dolin, featuring notes of rhubarb, gentian and orange.
From the clever minds that make Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge come the Cherry Marnier. This is an antique bottling from 1960s, a rare collectible.
Produced by the Buton company in the 1970s, this is a very rare and highly collectible bottle of Don Bairo Elisir Amaro - a bittersweet Italian tonic liqueur flavoured with herbs and roots.
Marolo's Chinato is a robust herbal liqueur from the Italian producer (known for their Grappa), made to a family recipe featuring cinchona, rhubarb, gentian, coriander, cinnamon, clove and more.
Similar in some ways to a Maraschino liqueur, the Tarpa Pálinka is made with sour cherries, resulting in a bright notes of fruit and almonds.
Used in countless cocktails, Advocaat is a useful piece of a bartender's tool-kit. This one comes from Dutch distillers, A. van Wees and the Ooievaar distillery.
This is a sweet, orange-based liqueur from the A. van Wees range, made with several types of orange.
Anise flavoured liqueur with added summer pear. From Duomo.
A fragrant, fruity liqueur from De Kuyper in the Netherlands, one that mixes well in cocktails. It also makes for a cracking summer tipple when served over crushed ice... Yum...
The Bittermens Hiver Amer came about due to a somewhat happy accident.
A Danish cherry liqueur that follows a hundred year old family recipe and is made entirely from Danish cherries. Drink by itself, in cocktails or with a mixer.
A Floc de Gascogne aperitif, produced by the Chateau de Laubade Armagnac house.
"Run, run, as fast as you can! You can't catch me, I'm a sweet, spicy gingerbread flavoured liqueur from French distiller, Metté!" Okay, this bottle didn't actually say that, we admit it.
Quince flavoured liqueur from French distillers, Metté. It pairs well with star anise flavours - we reckon you ought to try and make a cocktail combining those two...
For those with a bit of a sweet tooth, this honey liqueur from A. van Wees ought to be the bee's knees.
Jim Beam infused with real honey.
An invigorating fusion of quality Gin, sweetened then steeped with lemon and limes to create a luscious Liqueur.
A lovely drink to be savoured on a Summer evening.
Big initial hits of raspberry mellowing into a smooth creamy taste followed by the warmth of the quality Dry Gin to give a long lasting taste sensation.
Try mixing this with Prosecco!
Created using hedgerow foraged sloe berries steeped in sugar and leisurely infused with a quality Gin to deliver a Liqueur to linger over.
Great with sparkling wine.
A blend of superior pure spirit with the best of ripe apples, all slowly infused for a well balanced Schnapps.
Great on its own, or try adding to rose wine.
A dark-cocoa variant of Patron's excellent coffee liqueur. A base of their silver Tequila mixed with Mexican Criollo cocoa and Mexican coffee to create a surprisingly subtly flavoured liqueur, with definite notes of Tequila.
A liqueur from Eyguebelle, made in the style of a particular green liqueur made for hundreds of years with many, many herbs and spices.
You'll see many Lejay Crème De Cassis editions and labels, this smart looking release is bottled at 18%. Perfect with bubbly for a Kir Royale.
This liqueur was launched in the United States to great success and fuses strawberry cream liqueur with tequila - sweet and enchanting.
This is a higher strength version of the classic Southern Comfort liqueur, perfect for enjoying over ice or in a mixed drink.