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Guadeloupe Liqueurs

There are some notable liqueurs from the region of Guadeloupe:

Shrubb: Not to be confused with the vinegar-based mixer “shrub”, Shrubb from Guadeloupe is a traditional orange liqueur. Made by macerating orange peels in rum, followed by the addition of sugarcane syrup, it's often enjoyed during the Christmas season. Its vibrant citrusy flavour, combined with the warmth of rum, makes it a favourite.

Coconut Liqueur: Harnessing the tropical essence of Guadeloupe, coconut liqueur is both creamy and fragrant. Often homemade, it's a blend of fresh coconut milk, rum, sugarcane syrup, and sometimes a hint of vanilla or cinnamon.

Banana Liqueur: Another tropical delight, banana liqueur captures the sweet and rich profile of ripe bananas. It's typically made by infusing mashed bananas in white rum, sweetening with sugarcane syrup, and then refining the blend until smooth.

Spiced Liqueurs: Guadeloupe, with its rich soil, produces an array of aromatic spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice. These are often macerated in rum, either individually or as a blend, resulting in spiced liqueurs that are both fragrant and warming.

Serving Guadeloupean Liqueurs

While these liqueurs can be sipped neat, they also shine in cocktails. Whether it's the citrusy burst of Shrubb, the tropical allure of coconut liqueur, or the aromatic depths of spiced variants, these liqueurs add a touch of Guadeloupean magic to any drink. Moreover, they are also used in culinary preparations, adding depth and flavour to desserts and sauces.

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