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Mexican Liqueurs

When it comes to Mexico and booze, everyone knows about tequila, most will know about mezcal too and some could even school you in Sotol, but many probably wouldn’t rush to tell you about Mexican liqueurs.

This is a shame, as Mexican liqueurs are among the finest around. They tend to feature flavourings such as coffee or almonds, but like the European counterparts there are plenty of herbs and plants(such as the damiana) native to the country to draw upon for inspiration. With traditional roots and an eclectic range, there are many fantastic Mexican liqueurs you should try. If only an award-winning online retailer would help you navigate this exciting world…

Let’s begin with Kahlúa, which is explained in greater depth when you click that link. It’s probably the first Mexican liqueur that comes to people’s mind - that’s if they knew it was Mexican at all - and is a staple behind back-bars all over the world.

There’s also the fragrant and tropical world of Agavero and Guaycura Damiana, which are made from a damiana base. It’s quite common for Mexican liqueurs to also use fruit as a base, such as citrus in the case of Garcia Lemon or pomegranate, like La Pinta Pomegranate Liqueur.

Mexican liqueurs will also tend to use coconut as a prime ingredient, which fans of Kalani and 1800 Coconut can attest to. Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of tequila-based offerings, which are often infused with honey or nectar, such as Cazcabel Honey Liqueur and Tijuana Sweet Heat. There are even chilli liqueurs such as Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur for good measure. It really is a vibrant and varied world, Mexican liqueurs, one that is well worth exploring.

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