Flavoured whiskeys are big business these days, with honey and cherry the most popular flavours. Here's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Rebel Yell's Cherry liqueur version! More info
A rare old bottling of Canadian whisky liqueur made with honey. Yukon Jack is said to the 'black sheep' of Canadian liqueurs...
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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This bottling of Southern Comfort 100 Proof whiskey liqueur was produced back in the 1990s. You can still find bottles of higher-strength So-Co, though their labels have since changed...
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An aperitivo from Peychauds, makers of world-famous New Orleans Creole bitters! Great in refreshing summer drinks, for example mix with sparkling wine for tasty spritz. More info
Ah, the cinnamon flavour American whisky offering. Clearly people simply love cinnamon - it's up there with honey and cherry as one of the most popular flavoured variants. This one's from the Ezra… More info
A refreshing herbal liqueur from American producers Leopold Bros in Colorado. Using a selection of botanicals found in the Rocky Mountains, this liqueur evokes thoughts of skiing weekends on Alpine… More info
We all know that back in the 1950s, cupboard space was a bit hard to come by because concentrated juice hadn't been invented juice and all they had was massive bottles of orange squash. Luckily, to… More info
1950s Créme de Menthe from Jacquin's, presented in a beautiful tear-drop bottle. An excellent collectible piece that described itself as "Smooth" and "Delicious". More info
Rich, pleasantly bitter and subtly sweet, the Bittermans New Orleans Coffee Liqueur is an expertly made treat, it features a core of coffee beans from Brazil, French chicory root, vanilla, cacao nibs… More info
Mr. Botson Distiller inc.
Old Mr. Boston looks pretty proud of his Creme de Cacao, although, it's pretty hard not to look fairly superior when you're wearing a top hat. This collectible bottle, with a fantastically bright and… More info
Inspired by America, Dream of Spring is a bittersweet Italian liqueur. This was made by Ugo Senno in Alessandria, Italy, in the 1950s. Very rare and collectible! More info
Southern Comfort bottled in the 1970s. This should taste significantly different from today's offering, not least because it was bottled at a much higher abv back then; 40% abv compared to 35% abv… More info
This is cherry liqueur is made using tart (as opposed to sweet cherries) as such it has a much more pointed flavour balanced out by additional sugar. This liqueur woks well in a number of gin based… More info
This is a Milanese style bitter grapefruit liqueur from Bittermens. This is a great substitute for Triple Sec and can also open up new dimensions in a Negroni. More info
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
A naturally flavoured Peach liqueur made with Rock Town distillery's popular 'moonshine', Arkansas Lightning. Given that the apple blossom is the official state flower, it's perhaps unsurprising that… More info
So Co from the 8-0s. More info
An American interpretation of an Alsatian liqueur from Bittermans. Their Amère Nouvelle is made with bitter orange, gentian and a selection of spices. Enjoy with beer to create an Amer Biere - a… More info
Mariposa is a sweet, elegant liqueur made with agave nectar, which is much more commonly used as a sweetener. The resulting liqueur is rich in floral notes mixed with sugary sweetness and a touch of… More info
Jim Beam Brands
Cranberry and Apple flavoured shooty-type drink thing. More info
A very tasty liqueur! Evan Williams Honey Reserve is based on Evan Williams bourbon and flavoured with natural, top quality honey. Delicious! More info
Early Times Distillery
Combining warming cinnamon and the ol' firewater (AKA - whiskey), the Early Times distillers in Kentucky created their Fire Eater Liqueur. Pleasantly hot and sweet, this would be very well in a… More info
Qi Black Tea liqueur is made using the smoky Lapsang Souchong tea, as well as fruits, exotic spices and brandy. More info
1889 Geijer Glögglikör (pronounced yay-er gluhg) is a Swedish holiday liqueur that shares many similarities to mulled wine, but with an interesting twist. It uses many of the same botanicals as you'd… More info
Jim Beam Brands
A delicious berry liqueur, Sourz Raspberry is very popular in the various discotheques of our green and pleasant land. Intense flavour. More info