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There are numerous coffee liqueurs, many of which are amongst the finest liqueurs on the market. There are styles made with different types of Coffee from different locations, and many countries have their own varieties.
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
A little bottle of Tia Maria, the Jamaican coffee liqueur with a recipe which has been a closely guarded secret for over 200 years. This bottle, however, has been closely guarded since the 1970s,… More info
A small bottle of Tia Maria, one of the most popular rum-based coffee liqueurs, from the 1960s. The label has been torn in a few spots, but it is otherwise in sound condition.
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Ancient liqueur from the folks who make that there Fernet Branca that Alfred loves so much. This Crema Moka, produced at some point between 1949 and 1959, at some point much have tasted like a Mocha,… More info
Tia Maria is a Jamaican coffee flavoured liqueur that has been produced using a formula which has been a closely guarded secret for over 200 years. This bottle has evidently been closely guarded for… More info
A 1960s bottling of Colombo Crema Caffè, produced all the way back in the 1960s. Well preserved over the years, this stylish piece of drinks history would surely make for a fine collectible piece.… More info
Italian coffee liqueur, produced by the SIS company between 1949 and 1959. More info
A whole litre of Tia Maria, the coffee liqueur made with made vanilla and sugar, dating from the 1980s. More info
A 1980s bottling of this famous Mexican coffee liqueur, and a one litre on at that! More info
A coffee liqueur made with agricole rhum from Bielle's distillery on Marie-Galante. Delicious neat or on desserts. More info
¡Ay, caramba! It's coffee and anise flavoured liqueur from the 1950s! More info
A coffee liqueur from Cantares De Portugal (which means 'Song of Portugal'). With coffee being rather adored in Portugal, it's easy to see why this was created... More info
A handsome old bottling of mocha-flavoured liqueur or 'mokka-likör' from Lehment, dating from around the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info… More info
This fantastic bottling of Italian coffee liqueur from the 1980s comes complete with two cups!
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or photos just… More info
An impressively rich liqueur from Avión, combining their Silver tequila with Italian espresso. Serve over ice, or use in a cocktail... More info
Launched in the latter half of 2016, Pirate's Grog Black Eight liqueur is made using aged rum infused with Brazilian coffee. Serve over ice, or (as they suggest) enjoy in an "Espresso Rumtini"! More info
A delicious Spanish coffee liqueur, perfect for cocktails or simply sipping neat. Excellent packaging, too... More info
A liqueur from Santa Teresa in Venezuela. This is made with coffee and rum which is aged for 2 years in white American oak barrels. The name Arakú is also the name for the original inhabitants of… More info
A very distinguished looking bottle of Gallo Sambuca from 1949-59. A rare, dark sambuca that sits in waiting for a brave soul to release it from its glass chamber and unleash it upon the night. More info
Made with South American coffee beans, this Creme de Cafe liqueur from the Gabriel Boudier Bartender Range would make for a tasty Espresso Martini. More info
A sweet, seductive liqueur produced in France, Grand Brulot Cognac & Café combines the classy nuances of high-quality Cognac and the rich depth of flavour from Arabica coffee. Supremely decadent,… More info
A coffee flavoured cream liqueur from Italian producer Bottega that's made with their house grappa. After opening, enjoy within 90 days. More info
A blend of Molinari sambuca and Arabica coffee. This is a unique, well made Italian liqueur. More info
An excellent coffee liqueur from Holland. This is made by using the finest fresh Arabica coffee beans, Cognac and vanilla from Madagascar. The result is a fresh espresso coffee flavoured liqueur. More info
Know someone that loves their coffee and tequila? This'll be a great gift for them - a bottle of the brilliant Patrón XO Cafe Coffee Liqueur along with 2 branded glasses. A top liqueur based on… More info