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Fruit Liqueurs

Fruit Liqueurs are made with variety of different fruits. Popular orange liqueurs include Mandarine Napoléon and Cointreau (a renowned variety of triple sec ). A variety of other fruits is used; including Raspberry, Blueberry and Banana, and more exotic fruits including Melon (Midori Melon being a superlative) and Pomegranate (Pama Pomegranate for example).

Liqueurs/Fruit Liqueurs

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Stunning green apple liqueur from Edmond Briottet. Manzana Verde has an incredibly fresh taste. It is made with wild apples picked in the Basque mountains, and it's great in a variety of cocktails...  More info
$25.09
Four liqueurs in one? That's the future that is! At least that's what they thought back in the 1950s. Forbidden Fruit liqueur, Blackberry flavoured Brandy, Crème de Menthe and Crème de Cacao all have...  More info
$581.88
Probably one of the most attractive prospects in the world of liqueurs. This stunning mango liqueur is naturally flavoured with actual, proper fruit. Great in cocktails, or even with desserts!  More info
$24.99
Luxardo Limoncello
(70cl, 27%)
Limoncello is a very good Lemon liqueur from Luxardo. Crisp and refreshing, works well in a long drink.  More info
$28.12
You'll go bananas for Edmond Briottet's Crème de Banane. It has a stunningly fresh, authentic banana flavour and its made with Canaries bananas from Costa Rica. A great digestif.  More info
$28.63
Rhubarb Rum
(50cl, 20%)
The glorious flavours vibrant, fruity British rhubarb and white rum from St. Lucia combined in one liqueur that's made in... Scotland! Obviously.  More info
$24.24
Similar to how the Megazord in the Power Rangers is made of five dinosaur-shaped robots, this bottle is made of four different liqueurs, each contained within its own compartment. It was made by...  More info
$484.90
Pimm's No 6 Vodka Cup
(70cl, 25%)
Vodka based twist on the gin based original, Pimm's No 1 Cup. There were originally 6 different cups, and the only the number 6 and number 1 remain. The other 4 Cups included Scotch whisky, brandy...  More info
$31.83
Japanese plum liqueur aged for an extended period. Delicious.  More info
$49.80
This plum brandy liqueur was made in Britain by Highland Wineries.  More info
$18.20
Antica Raspberry
(70cl, 38%)
A raspberry flavoured anise liqueur from Antica. This is produced in Northern Venice, and the raspberry variant is the most popular in the range, made using Italian fruit…  More info
$29.40
An ancient treasure grew dusty hidden deep underground. Our Master of Malt archaeologist, armed only with a whip and a fedora, traverses the dangerous cavern to reach the treasure, which happens to be...  More info
$349.13
A bottle of Southern Comfort liqueur, from before it started to be marketed towards the hip, fashionable crowd. Back in the 1980s, the Southern Comfort bottles proudly proclaimed to be "The Grand Old...  More info
$155.17
Regnier Crème de Cassis, all the way from the 1970s. Produced in France, this antique bottle features a glorious sunrise and dust, like all good antiques do.  More info
$155.17
Hesperidina
(100cl, 26%)
Hesperidina is a very interesting and rather tasty Argentinian aperitif flavoured with mint and oranges. It was created in 1864 by Melville Sewell Bagley, an American émigré in Buenos Aires. It was...  More info
$52.51
It wouldn't be odd for you to say that the presentation box included with this rare bottle of Campari Cordial looks like it came straight out of the 1980s, because you'd be exactly right.  More info
$232.75
Maraska Cherry Brandy
(70cl, 31%)
Those clever chaps at Maraska sure know how to put together a top notch Cherry Brandy. As with their other cherry concoctions, they use a type of cherry called Marasca to make it. Wonderfully deep...  More info
$42.48
Cointreau - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
This is a 1980s Triple Sec liqueur from the Cointreau company. It's a true classic, used to make a variety of the world's greatest cocktails including the Margarita and the Sidecar.  More info
$77.58
Made with delicate raspberries, De Kuyper's Raspberry Liqueur is absolutely jam packed with flavour (Get it? Jam packed? Raspberry? I'm here all week, folks.). Great for cocktails but just as...  More info
$21.55
Maraska Sljivovica
(70cl, 40%)
Double-distilled plum brandy from Croatian maestros, Maraska, which is aged for a minimum of two years before being placed in bottles that almost look like the FA Community Shield. Almost. Serve it...  More info
$47.68
Limoncetta Cream
(50cl, 17%)
A combination of the citrus flavours of Limoncetta Di Sorrento with a luxurious cream, Limoncetta Cream would make a great topping for ice-creams and other yummy puddings. Of course, you can drink it...  More info
$22.58
This was made in 1950s by Jose Munoz Santana in La Palma in the Canary Islands. This Licor Platano is a banana-flavoured liqueur, and it's incredibly rare.  More info
$135.77
A sumptuously sweet blueberry liqueur, Mirtilli actually has whole blueberries in the bottle. Fresh tasting with loads of flavour.  More info
$29.90
Berentzen have combined their apple liqueur, one of their most popular flavours, with Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey to create the Apple Bourbon Liqueur. Tasty in its own right, Berentzen also...  More info
$36.12
Alizé Gold Passion
(70cl, 16%)
Alizé Gold Passion is a delightful liqueur flavoured with VS Cognac and passion fruit juice. It works very well with apple juice and ice as a long drink, or with sparkling wine.  More info
$32.05

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