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Chocolate Liqueurs

Chocolate Liqueurs come in all shapes and sizes, and they rose to popularity throughout the chocolate craze of the 1990s. Early examples might have been made with entire cacao beans, though today the majority are made from milk, dark and white chocolate. The Mozart range is a fine selection of chocolate liqueurs made in Austria.

Liqueurs/chocolate Liqueurs

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A bottle of Miglietta Crema Cacao, produced in Italy between 1947 and 1949. Good for exploring the flavours of yesteryear, if you're a bit of an antique cocktail enthusiast.  More info
$278.85
A cocoa liqueur from Marie-Galante, an island south of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean. Bielle marry the flavours of their agricole rhum with rich chocolateyness and recommend serving chilled, though...  More info
$30.91
A decadently rich Chocolate Liqueur from Italian producers, Russo. Serve straight from the fridge over ice (or should that be over ice-cream?).  More info
$32.70
Sobieski Caramel
(70cl, 18%)
Great for mixing and cocktails, this sweet liqueur is made with Sobieski's top quality Polish vodka and flavoured with caramel.  More info
$21.67
A dark chocolate liqueur from the Austrian liqueur brand, Mozart. Decidedly decadent and rich, this pleasantly bitter and subtly sweet liqueur goes great over ice. Also, it looks like a giant sweet...  More info
$20.53
A Dutch chocolate liqueur made in honour of the famed artist Johannes Vermeer, you know, that bloke who painted the Girl with a Pearl Earring. We're sure he'd love this tasty chocolate liqueur.  More info
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$23.90
Alongside another great After chocolate liqueur, After Ivory, this was elected as one of Belgium's 2010 products of the year. This is made with Belgian chocolate, malt spirit, cream, Madagascan...  More info
$35.58
One of Belgium's 2010 Products of the Year, After Ivory is a great chocolate liqueur, made using top quality cream, malt spirit, vanilla from Madagascar, cocoa beans from Africa and Italian Hazelnut...  More info
$30.91
Das ist Großmutters Schoko Geheimnis. Grandma's Secret Chocolate is a tasty schnapps liqueur from Berentzen.  More info
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Baileys Mint Chocolate was launched in 2005. Baileys gets its milk from a herd of pedigree cows at the Hayden Farm in south County Wicklow.  More info
$23.56
Not only did Peter Hallgarten make an excellent Mint Chocolate Liqueur, they also made a rather gorgeous Royal Orange-Chocolate Liqueur in the 1970s as well. And what's this? We've got an antique...  More info
$92.95
Christmas in a bottle, this is! A rich, sweet liqueur from Dutch distillers, A. van Wees, made with a festive selection of ingredients, including cherries, chocolate, almond, honey, rum, cherry...  More info
$28.26
Produced in the 1950s, this is an ultra-rare and very interesting-looking Spanish liqueur (or, at least, a liqueur from a Spanish-speaking country) flavoured with chocolate and vanilla.  More info
$92.95
A clear Crème de Cacao liqueur from Vedrenne, produced in Nuits-Saint-Georges, France. A liqueur well suited to cocktails which need the rich chocolatey flavours, without adding any colours to your...  More info
$26.48
Amade is a wonderful liqueur from the Mozart range. This is made with all natural ingredients and blends fine continental chocolate with orange distillates. Just delicious.  More info
$23.84
A colourless Crème de Cacao liqueur from De Kuyper, perfect for cocktails (as it won't alter the colour of your drink!). Subtly buttery with big, bold notes of chocolate.  More info
$17.65
A quite imperial-looking bottle of Cointreau Crème de Cacao from the 1960s. It also seems to feature a berry full of honeycomb, which honestly might be the best invention of the 1960s, although we're...  More info
$185.90
Old Havana is a delicious chocolate-flavoured liqueur made with real Cuban cacao beans. This was produced in Havana, Cuba in the 1940s by Ramon del Collado.  More info
$371.81
Chocolate + Vodka = Chodka. Simple maths and simply marvellous. Milk chocolate mixed with English Spirit's artisan vodka, creating a wonderful dessert liqueur that could definitely find itself...  More info
$26.88
Similar to how the Megazord in the Power Rangers is made of five dinosaur-shaped robots, this bottle is made of four different liqueurs, each contained within its own compartment. It was made by...  More info
$464.76
Coca Buton - 1960s
(75cl, 36.50%)
A 1960s bottle of Coca Buton, a herbal liqueur made using, among other ingredients, coca leaf which gets its cocaine substance removed in the process of production. Very rare and collectible.  More info
$185.90
Four liqueurs in one? That's the future that is! At least that's what they thought back in the 1950s. Forbidden Fruit liqueur, Blackberry flavoured Brandy, Crème de Menthe and Crème de Cacao all have...  More info
$557.71
A rich, full flavoured white cacao liqueur from Giffard, great in many a cocktail.  More info
$28.78
A Dutch liqueur from the Zuidam distillery. This Chocolate liqueur is made by extracting cocoa and vanilla from Madagascar. These are aged and blended for 9 months, made to a secret recipe.  More info
$34.59
A superb clear Crème de Cacao from Edmond Briottet. This is made with cocoa beans from Ghana. These are roasted and then macerated in alcohol. They then add sugar to sweeten it, and nothing else. Just...  More info
$27.48
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