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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).

Liqueurs/fruit Liqueurs

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A Dutch vodka-based liqueur, flavoured with sloe berries. As suggested by the polar bears on the label, this is rather enjoyable ice cold, but it can also be put to good use as a mixer (the polar...  More info
$24.06
A light, sweet, fruity Umeshu from Choya, made using the ume plum. Excellent over ice or in inventive cocktails.  More info
$17.43
A sweet, tangy liqueur from Edmond Briottet, packed with pamplemousse notes. Should make for a nice twist on classic margaritas, and will add a zesty spring to mixed drinks in the summer.  More info
$25.16
Passion fruit liqueur from French distillers, Edmond Briottet, makers of top quality cocktail ingredients. Perfect for the upcoming summer (if you're reading this in the middle of winter, don't worry...  More info
$23.80
The chaps behind Lapponia liqueurs hand pick the Finnish cranberries for their Polar Karpalo liqueur. Vividly fruity and with just a hint of natural sourness.  More info
$27.07
Giffard Mangue Tropic
(70cl, 18%)
This tropical liqueur from Giffard is made by steeping mangoes in alcohol and adding water and sugar. Nothing else, just pure deliciousness.  More info
$23.18
FAIR. Goji
(35cl, 22%)
Fair Trade certified fruit liqueur from FAIR. This is made with the sacred Goji berry from the Himalayas, the results are rather good indeed.  More info
$24.21
Giffard Crème de Myrtille is made with fresh blueberries which are steeped in alcohol. Nothing else is added save for alcohol and sugar. This liqueur works brilliantly with white wines, champagnes, in...  More info
$27.31
Giffard Créme de Framboise is a French raspberry flavoured liqueur.  More info
$18.18
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
$18.41
A French banana liqueur from Giffard, made by steeping banana in alcohol. The result is a liqueur of tropical fruitiness.  More info
$23.05
This is the 2013 vintage of the glorious Sipsmith Damson Vodka Liqueur, made by steeping fresh English damsons in their high quality vodka. Oodles of red berry notes, which develop subtle notes of...  More info
$37.51
A 50cl bottling of Sette Vie's Limoncello, produced in Italy using countless lemon peels and classic infusion techniques. Packed with effervescent, zesty citrus notes, this works very well as an...  More info
$30.51
This is a cherry flavoured liqueur from Italian distillers, Quaglia, made with cherries from Turin. Delightfully sweet, this ought to go well with a couple of squares of dark chocolate, rich coffee...  More info
$35.56
Sweet, sour and enjoyably bitter, this Quaglia liqueur is made with chinotto oranges (a flavour you may be familiar with if you're into your bitter aperitifs).  More info
$39.23
Barsol Perfecto Amor
(75cl, 17%)
By blending together pisco and grape juice pressed shortly after the harvest, the Peruvian company Barsol have produced Perfecto Amor. Excellent served cold as an aperitif, with bright hints of plump...  More info
$28.22
A history lesson in a bottle, this is. Combier Roi René Rouge Cherry Liqueur is made to a recipe which was originally created all the way back in 1632. The Combier distillers use hand-picked guignes...  More info
$25.62
Dating from 1971, this is a rare and old bottle of the popular Luxardo Maraschino liqueur. There is a fair amount of damage to the label.  More info
$100.93
This is a bottle of Clauss 7 Star Greek Brandy Liqueur, produced in the 1970s in "The Sunny Land of Greece". That's what the bottle says.  More info
$183.52
Plucked from the chronicles of time, this is a bottle of Drioli Cherry Brandy which was produced between 1949 and 1959. According to the label, this was the "Extra Reserve" Cherry Brandy, which we...  More info
$220.22
Cherry brandy bottled by Shepherd Neame back in the 1970s!  More info
$146.81
A type of cherry liqueur that's an important cocktail ingredient, bottled in the 1980s by the Italian company Stock.  More info
$110.11
An antique bottle of Pedroni Prunellina, which we believe to have been produced in Italy between 1949 and 1959. If you're interested in classic design and typography, this is pretty awesome. Oh, and...  More info
$275.28
A 1950s bottle of Bols Curaçao Triple Sec liqueur - an exciting cocktail ingredient for experimental mixologists looking to explore the history of drinks.

Please note that the label does not state...  More info
$220.22
A reassuringly named liqueur, made with real Caribbean curaçao orange peel, bottled all the way back in 1947! The tag, which offers the slightly different title of "Senior's Old Curaçao Liqueur" is...  More info
$137.64
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