Pears are awesome, but it's hard to find them when they're ripe. What's the solution to getting your fill of pear flavours? Why, it's Kruskovac, of course! A Croatian pear liqueur that is often drank… More info
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
A rare bottle of traditional Maraschino cherry liqueur, made with Marasca cherries in Croatia back in the 1950s. More info
Croatian Maraschino liqueur, made with Marasca cherries grown in and around the city of Zadar. Maraska have been making Maraschino for years upon years and even took their name from those special… More info
Imagine you've got a whole bag of unripe green walnuts. Go on. Imagine it. Okay, now try to think of the best use for these tasty little rascals. That's right, it's handing them over to Maraska in… More info
A traditional liqueur that is rather popular in Croatia and other parts of mainland Europe, Pelinkovac is made with wormwood (which is nothing like it sounds, by the way). Herbal and delightfully… More info
A rare old bottle of this bitter cherry aperitif made with herbs, it dates from around the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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A pleasantly bitter digestif from Croatian producer, Maraska. Amaro Zara is a mix of aromatic herbs that should be served after a meal in a glass with plenty of ice with a slice of lemon. More info
Maraska make their Cherrica Cherry Liqueur with the same cherries that inspired their name - the Marasca cherry. Delicious over ice or even as part of a dessert. With Pancake Day coming up (if… More info