Ooh, this is a bit different, isn't it? Amaretto flavoured anise liqueur from Antica. A sweet, nutty flavour profile of anise and almond - rather tasty when served over ice, or perhaps paired with a… More info
Saliza Amaretto is a rich, tasty liqueur from the Italian producer Bepi Tosolini. Amaretto Saliza is made by macerating almonds in grape spirit. The almonds are then removed from the maceration, and… More info
An old and rather handsome antique bottle of Amaretto, the famous sweet almond-flavoured Italian liqueur.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or… More info
By infusing coconut flesh in their rhum agricole, Clément create their tasty Mahina Coco liqueur - serve over ice, or with your favourite tropical juice. More info
Disaronno makes the world's most popular Amaretto liqueur. Despite the almond flavour, it is actually distilled from apricot stones! First created in 1525. More info
The world's most popular brand of Amaretto liqueur, Disaronno was first created in 1525. Contrary to popular belief, this is not made from almonds, but instead gets its nutty flavour from apricot… More info
Disaronno fan? This may be more excitement than you can handle. Are you sat down? Disaronno Riserva is a marriage of classic Disaronno and Scotch whisky aged for six months within oak barrels that… More info
Italian hazelnut cream liqueur, need we say more? Drink it chilled or whack it in a dessert, or a coffee, or hot chocolate, or cocktail, or anything, really. More info
A brilliant coconut liqueur from Edmond Briottet. Did you know, the word Coco comes from the Portuguese for monkey? Oh yes. Therefore, coconuts are actually monkey nuts! Monkey nuts, or peanuts, on… More info
A cracking poppy liqueur (bet you've never tried this before!). Poppy drops are a French confectionery favourite. The confectionery Desserey is credited for making them a speciality of Nemours in… More info
Frangelico is an Italian liqueur flavoured with toasted wild hazelnuts from the north of Italy, cocoa, vanilla and other ingredients. More info
A sweet, nutty Amaretto from French syrup and liqueur experts, Giffard. Made with the maceration of almonds, apricot pits and cherry stones. Should make a great Godfather cocktail that you just… More info
Diustillerie Franciacorta S.p.A.
Gozio Amaretto is an Italian liqueur made by the Distillerie Franciacorta using 100% natural ingredients - four types of fruit essence, including peach and apricot, alongside high quality bitter… More info
Antiquated Amaretto! This 1 litre bottle of ancient almond liqueur was made between 1949 and 1959, over 50 years ago. More info
Naturally made and beautifully rich tasting coconut flavoured rum from Kingston, Jamaica. Koko Kanu is named in honour of Jamaica's Arawak Indians. More info
Hazelnut liqueur from Krupnik, who produce a whole range of top Polish liqueurs as well as the vodka that's used as their base. More info
A 70cl bottle of Lazzaroni's wonderful Amaretto liqueur, which is made to a recipe created in 1851! This stuff is produced in Saronno, Italy, using the very best ingredients, infused into the spirit. More info
A delicious almond liqueur from Luxardo, packaged in an award-winning bottle. This is great as a digestif and it also works wonderfully in cocktails. More info
Imagine you've got a whole bag of unripe green walnuts. Go on. Imagine it. Okay, now try to think of the best use for these tasty little rascals. That's right, it's handing them over to Maraska in… More info
A walnut-based liqueur from the Pierre Vigier brand (unlikely that it was named after the French theoretical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier) by Distillerie Clermont-Ferrand back in the 1960s.
This… More info
Liquore Pisa Inc.
A nutty Italian liqueur which has been flavoured using hazelnuts, almonds and pistachios. The bottle is specially shaped to be reminiscent of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which we think is pretty cool… More info
Nuts & Nougat might sound like something you'd find in a chocolate bar of some description, but now you can also find these flavours in a sweet vodka liqueur from Puschkin. We're just waiting for… More info
San Bartolomé de Tejina
A coconut liqueur made with rhum agricole from the Canary Islands, perfect for tropical cocktails. Mix with pineapple juice for a simple Pina Colada. More info
Produced in Italy but the Russo company, this is a rich, creamy liqueur flavoured with walnuts. More info
The Sette Vie Ratafia Classica combines Montepulciano d'Abbruzo wine with a blend of almonds and berries, which have been infused in a molasses-based spirit, resulting in a well-balanced liqueur. A… More info