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American Liqueurs

American Liqueurs

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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
From the Bittermans range of Nordic-inspired drinks comes the Salmiakki Dala Scandinavian Fernet, which takes its inspiration from the intense, salty liquorice sweeties which are very popular in...  More info
1940s Blackberry Liqueur, straight out of the US of A. This antique bottle was produced by the American Distilling Company over 60 years ago under the Piping Rock brand. It is currently wrapped in...  More info
A bright, earthy herbal liqueur from GrandTen Distillers in Boston, Massachusetts. Based around the subtly sweet and aromatic notes of the Angelica Root, this charming and complex liqueur is sure to...  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
From the 1960s, Razzouk is a Lebanese Arak made by distilling grapes and flavouring the resultant spirit with anise. A rare bottle from years gone by.  More info
A collectible bottle of Jeremiah Weed Bourbon Liqueur, a favourite of American fighter pilots. What luck, this bottle comes from the 1980s, around the time that Top Gun was released. Small world, huh?  More info
Royal Arms Peppermint Liqueur, made in the 1940s. This classy, well crafted bottle has survived over 60 years, what an accomplishment!

Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this...  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
Did you know Hiram Walker, them there folks that made that there Canadian Club whisky, also made Créme de Menthe during the 1960s? They must really have like Grasshoppers back then.  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
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
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
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
Breckenridge Bitters
(75cl, 36%)
Made with alpine herbs, roots and dried fruits, Breckenridge Bitters is a bittersweet aperitif. It also comes in a handsome amphora-like bottle. Breckenridge suggest adding some to a pint of IPA, but...  More info
The Bittermens Hiver Amer came about due to a somewhat happy accident. While working on a prototype for a different liqueur of theirs, one of the recipes somehow ended up with 10 times as much...  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
Pama Pomegranate
(70cl, 17%)
Pama Pomegranate is made with Californian pomegranates, it's a great mixer.  More info
Sourz Tropical Blue
(70cl, 15%)
A tropical fruit flavoured liqueur from Sourz.  More info
Sourz Toffee Apple
(70cl, 15%)
One of the many bright, intense flavours of Sourz liqueurs (liqueurz?). This one tastes like toffee apples, the classic Halloween/bonfire night treat.  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
Cranberry and Apple flavoured shooty-type drink thing.  More info
A very intriguing liqueur from the Boston-based GrandTen Distillers - Almond liqueur which has been rested in toasted American oak barrels (along with some more whole almonds popped in for good...  More info
Southern Comfort Lime
(70cl, 20%)
Southern Comfort. Hmm. What would make that nicer? Lime? Yes. That. #NPD  More info
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Keen about peach and whiskey? Well this Benchmark Peach liqueur is just the ticket. It's a little more peachy than whiskey-y, so perhaps this would make for an interesting hybrid of Highball and...  More info
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