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Fruit Liqueurs

Fruit Liqueurs are made with variety of different fruits. Popular orange liqueurs include Mandarine Napoléon and Cointreau (a renowned variety of triple sec ). A variety of other fruits is used; including Raspberry, Blueberry and Banana, and more exotic fruits including Melon (Midori Melon being a superlative) and Pomegranate (Pama Pomegranate for example).

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Apry is a very rare and rather tasty apricot-flavoured liqueur from Marie Brizard. This was produced in the 1960s in Bordeaux, France, and it was bottled for the English market.  More info
An anise liqueur flavoured with pear. It's produced by Luxardo, from the Veneto region of Italy.  More info
Duomo Summer Pear
(70cl, 38%)
Anise flavoured liqueur with added summer pear. From Duomo.  More info
Curaçao Bleu is a liqueur from the island of Curaçao, made from the dried peel of the laraha citrus fruit, similar to a Valencia orange.  More info
Bols Melon
(50cl, 17%)
A sweet, juicy melon flavoured liqueur from Dutch distiller, Bols. Add a splash of this to a tropical-styled cocktail and pretend you're somewhere warm (if you're already somewhere warm, good work!...  More info
Antica Tropical
(70cl, 38%)
Antica Tropical is an anise liqueur flavoured with the bright, vibrant notes of orange and mango. Rather tasty when enjoyed over ice, and ought to go well in an exotic cocktail.  More info
Bright, vibrant and tasty in a cocktail, this Green Melon Liqueur from Italian producer Volare ought to make for a good tool in a bartenders tool-kit.  More info
Produced in Italy's Piedmont region by the Barbero company this is a tasty liqueur made with Marsala fortified wine. It's flavoured with almonds. This is old and therefore rare.  More info
Coebergh Classic
(100cl, 20%)
Coebergh Classic is a well known Dutch fruit-based liqueur, with vibrant notes of blackberry at its core.  More info
A sweet, nutty Apricot Brandy Liqueur produced by Joseph Cartron. The apricots are macerated in spirit for around 7 to 8 weeks, and is then combined with some Cognac for richness and a touch of oak-y...  More info
This Banana liqueur from French distillers Joseph Carton is made exclusively with bananas from Ecuador. Bright and vibrant, with plenty of mellow tropical sweetness coming through on the nose.  More info
A deliciously juicy Cherry Brandy Liqueur from Joseph Cartron, made with locally grown cherries (both the Montmorency and the Chalonnaise Black varieties), blended with Kirsch and Cognac.  More info
Joseph Cartron Kiwi
(50cl, 20%)
Kiwi is a somewhat underutilised fruit in the cocktail world - perhaps you can amend this oversight with Joseph Cartron's deliciously complex Kiwi Liqueur, rich in sweet fruit and intriguing herb...  More info
Joseph Cartron Lychee
(50cl, 25%)
Lychees are tasty little bundles of yumminess - in other words, "Lychees are rad". Hence why this Joseph Cartron Lychee Liqueur ought to be a wonderful tipple to enjoy over ice or in a vibrantly juicy...  More info
Joseph Cartron's Parfait Amour Liqueur is made to a secret recipe, though pop it in a tasting glass and you'll find notes of liquorice and lemon peels on the nose and palate... Yum...  More info
A Passion Fruit Liqueur from Joseph Cartron, which has been bottled without filtration to ensure all the yummy vibrancy of the fruit is captured within the liqueur.  More info
The Bittermens Hiver Amer came about due to a somewhat happy accident. While working on a prototype for a different liqueur of theirs, one of the recipes somehow ended up with 10 times as much...  More info
An apricot flavoured liqueur from Nuits-Saint-Georges producers, Vedrenne. Enjoyed over ice or in a fruit-filled cocktail, it's a bright, sweet and tasty treat.  More info
This Coigns Liqueur from Gabriel Boudier's Les Paradoxale range is just jam-packed full of delightful quince flavour. Of course, quince jam comes to mind instantly the second you get a mere whiff of...  More info
Released as part of Gabriel Boudier's wonderfully presented Les Paradoxale range, this Peches de Vignes liqueur has a nose and palate packed with vibrant fruit sweetness. Peach Bellinis ahoy!  More info
Pimms No 1 Cup - 1970s
(75cl, 31.40%)
Pimm's is the sort of thing one describes with words such as "quintessential" and "English". That's the kind of beverage it is. This is a ye olde worlde bottling from the days of yore (the 1970s).  More info
Wonderful Blue Curaçao liqueur from Marie Brizard, this was bottled in a half litre bottle in the 1980s. Great for making those Blue Lagoons and other similarly classy cocktails…  More info
An old and very rare liqueur from the Italian stalwarts Luxardo. This has a beautiful banana flavour and was bottled in the 1960s.  More info
This is a 1960s bottle of Kapriol Liqueur from Italy, produced by distillation with juniper berries, to which various Alpine herbs are added. The result is fresh and fragrant, and great when served on...  More info
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Bartissol - 1950s
(150cl, 0%)
A protected designation of aperitif from Bartissol, made with sweet French wine, and various other ingredients. This is best served over ice with a slice of orange or lemon. This is a rare 1950s...  More info

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