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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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A full-sized bottle of the phenomenally moreish, delicious Crème de Banane from Giffard. Use it in tropical cocktails with dark rum, or to add extra depth to a variety of tasty desserts!  More info
$25.04
Japanese plum liqueur aged for an extended period. Delicious.  More info
$48.40
Orange 33 is a fabulously fresh and organic orange liqueur from the Welsh artisan distillery Dà Mhìle. After distilling their home-made orange wine into orange spirit and bringing it down in strength...  More info
$47.80
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
$30.93
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
$339.29
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
$150.80
Made with their classic Pear Brandy, fruit juice, a pinch of cinnamon and clove, the St. George Spiced Pear Liqueur is wonderfully aromatic and naturally sweet. They say you can pair with with duck...  More info
$49.32
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
$150.80
Muroise is a hybrid berry with all of the strengths of blackberries and raspberries, yet none of their weaknesses. In a fight it can beat all berries, except for Loganberries. The Muroise berries are...  More info
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$26.03
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
$75.40
Sette Vie Limoncello
(70cl, 32%)
A simple, classic Limoncello liqueur from Sette Vie in Italy, packed with bright, mouthwatering notes of citrus. Excellent as an aperitif or served alongside a sweet pudding.  More info
$34.20
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
$20.94
Ruby Blue Bottle-Aged Wild Cranberry Liqueur is an Irish creation, conceived when finding an old recipe for preserving berries. Real berries give it a fabulous flavour, while the five times distilled...  More info
$22.38
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
$21.94
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
$131.95
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
$51.03
This is a deliciously creamy, with, authentic-tasting strawberry liqueur, made in Italy by the Saba company in the 1960s. It comes in a beautiful-looking glass decanter.  More info
$188.49
A old bottling of Cointreau from the 1970s, complete with original box.  More info
$188.49
This plum brandy liqueur was made in Britain by Highland Wineries.  More info
$17.69
This is a French liqueur from Marie Brizard. It was bottled in the 1960s and has a superb cherry flavour, with just a hint of almond too...  More info
$150.80
The Rosehip Cup is a wonderfully British summer cup from Sacred in Highgate, London. They use rosehips, rhubarb and 25 other botanicals, many of which are organic, to create the Rosehip Cup, which...  More info
$48.62
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
$226.19
An elegant Crème De Framboise from Joseph Cartron, made using the Lloyd George and Rose de Plombières varieties of raspberry. Using techniques that have been practised and mastered since 1882, when...  More info
$20.97
A superbly sweet and warming Raspberry liqueur from the English Vodka Company, whom proudly use English raspberries to create this lovely libation. Enjoy it long with plenty of ice or splashed over...  More info
$18.82
Oranges were huge back in the 1960s. Not in that the fruits were massive, in that everyone loved the flavours, which is why Duck a l'Orange was so popular back then. This is also why we're surprised...  More info
$188.49

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