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Herb Liqueurs

Herbal Liqueurs are very popular, and there are many famous examples often made by Monks, and often made to age old recipes with tens, if not hundreds, of ingredients. Chartreuse and Benedictine are both Monastic liqueurs. A number of herbal liqueurs were first created for medicinal use!

Liqueurs/Herb Liqueurs

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The classic French liqueur Bénédictine was originally created by Benedictine monks as an elixir to sustain them as they worked. The letters "D.O.M." are an acronym for the Latin "Deo Optimo Maximo"...  More info
£20.26
A collaborative liqueur made by Gabriel Boudier and the Bernard Loiseau Group, who run very successful, Michelin-starred restaurants in France. Combining the intense herbal notes of Earl Grey tea and...  More info
£23.26
A creamy, aromatic mint liqueur from the Dutch company DeKuyper. Use this in Grasshoppers or over ice…  More info
£11.48
A herbal liqueur produced by L. Ottoz between 1949 and 1959. Elixir Génépy is traditionally made using alpine herbs, which gives it connotations of refreshing mountain air, crystal clear springs and...  More info
£90.00
Green Chartreuse 50cl
(50cl, 55%)
Chartreuse is an exceptional liqueur made with extracts from 130 different plants. There are only three monks who know what those plants are and it is they who exclusively know how to make Chartreuse...  More info
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£32.87
This is a rich, spiced cordial from the Campari company in Italy, bottled in the 1970s. Very rare.  More info
£180.00
Agave Sec Liqueur
(50cl, 40%)
A French liqueur made by combining triple sec with agave nectar from Mexico. This is the first liqueur of its kind, and it takes its inspiration from the cocktail Tommy's Margarita which is made with...  More info
£15.76
An ancient bottling of an old French herbal liqueur from the 1960s. The label is pretty worn, but we were able to figure out what it was.  More info
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£120.00
Galliano Balsamico
(50cl, 37.60%)
A really characterful liqueur from Italian producers Galliano. Balsamico is made with aged Balsamic vinegar, which is made by cooking white Trebbiano grape juice. The word "balsamico" means...  More info
£19.96
Opal Bianca
(70cl, 30%)
A smooth and pleasing Sambuca using Elderflower and Lemon in addition to the usual Anise flavour. A cut above many other Sambucas on the market.  More info
£16.84
Averna Cream
(50cl, 17%)
Cream liqueur and Amaro might not immediately sound like they go together very well, but Averna Cream proves that the bitter-sweet aperitif and the gorgeously sweet liqueur are a brilliant match...  More info
£12.00
Sprizzato
(70cl, 11%)
Sprizzato is a light, fragrant Italian aperitif-style drink based on a 1920s recipe. The recipe involves citrus and rhubarb, and the resultant aperitif is best served sold with soda water, ice and a...  More info
£16.71
With the thick, rich taste of authentic vanilla, Giffard's Vanille de Madagascar from their premium line offers notes of vanilla with hints of eucalyptus and pine.  More info
£19.47
Chartreuse Verte (green) is a traditional French liqueur made with extracts from over 130 plants, and is called for in a number of classic cocktails. The V.E.P. edition uses the same recipe, but it is...  More info
£52.20
Evangelista Abruzzo
(70cl, 30%)
An enjoyably complex herbal liqueur from Evangelista, named after the region they have been producing liqueurs in for over 100 years - Abruzzo. Plenty of fresh, cooling herbal notes paired with three...  More info
£20.88
Produced in Piedmont, Italy, by the Gancia company, this is an Elixir China - a bitter Italian liqueur made with Cinchona bark. It was bottled in the 1970s.  More info
£96.00
RinQuinQuin à la Pêche is made using three different types of peach - Cardinale, Coronet and Junegold. As if this wasn't enough peach for you, they also used the leaves from peach trees, harvests just...  More info
£17.02
A limited edition bottling of Borgmann 1772 German herbal liqueur - part of a series, with each edition designed by a different artist. No.8 features a spacey piece from Berlin-based graphic designer...  More info
£25.55
This Darjeeling Tea Liqueur from Gabriel Boudier hits the nail right on the head with its brilliantly herbal aromas of the traditional Indian tea.  More info
£14.37
Del Maguey's fabulous Crème de Mezcal is a blend of 80% San Luis del Rio Mezcal, and 20% pure agave syrup. The result is a sweet, unusual spirit. The label bears the slogan "For women only… and a few...  More info
£42.40
Amère Sauvage is a very interesting liqueur made in New York by Bittermens. It is based on French yellow gentian root and made to a recipe created by Mayur Subbarao. This works really well in a...  More info
£22.95
An authentic black sambuca from an established Italian producer.  More info
£22.08
Produced in New York by Bittermens, Amere Nouvelle is a fruity liqueur made with bitter orange, gentian and various spices. It works brilliantly in a variety of cocktails, or with beer to created an...  More info
£28.63
Gabriel Boudier capture the rich, aromatic notes of Darjeeling tea in their Darjeeling Tea Liqueur. For clever cocktail enthusiasts, this stuff is perfect for making something experimental, complex...  More info
£19.01
A delicious old French peppermint liqueur, bottled by the Get Frères company in the 1960s.  More info
£144.00
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