Anise flavored cordial imported from France. Distilled in the tradition of Absinthe, which was banned in most countries in the early 1900's because it contained wormwood. Wormwood is a plant derivative that was thought to cause mental and physical illness but some say it inspired many of the writers and painters of the late 19th century café society. Absente has the aromatic flavor, aroma and emerald green color of the original Absinthe without the banned botanical wormwood. Instead, Absente contains its less-bitter cousin Southern Wormwood. Serve mixed with water or with sugar and water using a slotted spoon. Wine Enthusiast gives it 94 points.
Imported Italian liqueur made from apricot stones, which produce an almond flavor. Topaz/orange color. Sweet aromas of almonds. Lush flavors of roasted almonds, slightly peppery and not too sweet. Moderately viscous. Finish of vanilla extract with a touch of mandarin orange. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Amaretto liqueur imported from Italy. Lazzaroni is known as the authentic Italian Amaretto, as the Lazzaroni family is credited with first making amaretto liqueur from their amaretto biscuits (now called cookies). Their biscuits were made from the essence of Saronno apricot pits (that tasted like almonds). They crushed the biscuits and soaked them in alcohol for six months and, voila, amaretto liqueur was born. The Beverage Tasting institute gives it 93 points and says it has a 'mildly sweet full body of roasted almond, marzipan, dried citrus, and complex brown spice flavors.' Mix with club soda, or orange juice for a 'Boccie Ball.'
Honey liqueur imported from Germany. Wine Enthusiast says it has 'lightly honeyed and not overly sweet scents with a buttery/creamy quality.' Intense flavors of honey with a 'chewy as honey' consistency. Both Wine Enthusiast and Spirit Journal give it Recommended ratings. Serve as an after dinner drink, add to hot tea for a Bee Tea or use as a topping for your favorite dessert.
Imported French liqueur originated around 1510 at the Fecamp Abbey to combat malaria. Honey/amber color. Herbal nose that is earthy and floral. Flavors of honey, citrus and herbs such as rosemary, basil, and sage. Long, smooth aftertaste. 'Kindred Sprits' gives it its highest recommendation of *****. (One of only ten liqueurs to receive this rating in the book.)
New code number for 64600. Lemon flavored cordial imported from Italy. The finest grain spirits are infused with the juice and peel of lemons from Italy's sunny southern Amalfi coast. Caravella Limoncello was created from a family recipe dating back to 1898. Store in the freezer and serve ice cold, 'neat', in a chilled cordial glass. Or, mix with iced tea for a 'Milano Tea'.
Aperitif imported from Italy. Aromas of fruit pits and botanicals. Slightly bitter flavors of fruit. An aromatized wine which means that it has a red wine base with sweeteners and herbs added. Also, quinine has been added and is evident in the bouquet and the finish. Serve with an orange slice to complement the flavor.
Black raspberry liqueur from France made with small black raspberries, other fruits (black cherry and plum), herbs and honey. Ultra berry finish is soft but firm. Can be served straight or on the rocks. Also good mixed with cognac or champagne. Liqueur tastes better than its bouquet would indicate, according to Kindred Spirits, which gave it a ** (average) rating due to this factor.
Herbal liqueur made by the monks of the Carthusian order in the French Alps. The original recipe to make the 'Elixer of Long Life' (made from plants and flowers growing in the mountains) dates back to 1605. Aromas of anise, basil, spearmint. Spicy and aromatic with a dry herbal taste. Can be mixed with tonic.
Orange liqueur imported from Mexico. All natural - no artificial flavors or colors are added. Mix with Patron Silver Tequila, fresh lime juice and lemon sour for a 'Perfect Margarita' or with Patron Silver only, served over ice, for a 'Patron Stinger.'
Imported orange liqueur from France. Similar to orange curacao. Clear in color. Nose of freshly cut oranges. Mildly bitter flavor of fresh orange peels with a slight hint of spice. Finish of nothing but orange. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Imported licorice flavored liqueur from Italy. Black color. Multi-layered nose of aniseed, apricots, herbs, and a trace of citrus. Silky texture. Finishes with flavors of orange and cherry. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Ginger-flavored liqueur imported from France, made from VSOP Cognac infused with Tahitian Vanilla, baby Vietnamese ginger, and Provencal (French) honey. 'The Spirit Journal' says it is 'a perfect liqueur' and gives it 5 stars (its highest rating). The 'Best in Show' award winner at the 2008 San Francisco World Spirit Competition. 'Gourmet Magazine' says it is, 'Nice over ice, amazing as a component in a cocktail. It loves gin, tequila, lime, and bubbles.'
Apple-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice or all-natural cream. Diep 9 Apple Genever has the taste of 100% apple juice with a mature twist. Serve straight up chilled or over ice.
Chocolate-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice or all-natural cream. Made with authentic Callebaut chocolate (one of Belgium's premier chocolatiers) and natural cream. Serve chilled or over ice.
Passion fruit-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice or all-natural cream. Diep 9 Passion Fruit Genever has flavors of exotic tropical fruit. Serve straight up chilled, or over ice.
Peach and Apricot-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice.Diep 9 Peach & Apricot Genever is bright and citrusy. Serve straight up chilled, or over ice.
Red currant-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice. Diep 9 Red Currant Genever is the perfect marriage of tart and sweet. Serve straight up chilled, or over ice.
Vanilla-flavored liqueur imported from Belgium. Genever is the national spirit of Belgium. Its history dates back to the 16th century when apothecaries first flavored malt wine with aromatics like juniper berries, coriander and thistle. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make the base for its Diep 9 liqueurs. Diep 9 infuses small batches of its Genever with pure juice or all-natural cream. Diep 9 Vanilla Genever is Infused with real vanilla and luscious cream. Serve straight up chilled, or over ice.
Totally unique spirit imported from Belgium, where Genever is the national spirit. Made at the the De Moor Distillery where they combine malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make Diep (Deep) 9. There are two types of Genever - Oude Jenever (Dutch for Old Genever) and Jonge Jenever (Dutch for Young Genever). 'Oude' and 'Jonge' do not refer to a matter of aging but of distilling techniques. New or Young Genever contains no more than 15% malt wine, for a lighter, less-dominant taste (similar to vodka) than Old Genever. Use as a base in your favorite cocktail.
Totally unique spirit imported from Belgium, where Genever is the national spirit. Its history dates back to the 16th century. Today, the De Moor Distillery in Belgium combines malted grains with nine fragrant botanicals to make Diep (Deep) 9. There are two types of Genever - Oude Jenever (Dutch for Old Genever) and Jonge Jenever (Dutch for Young Genever). 'Oude' and 'Jonge' do not refer to a matter of aging but of distilling techniques. Old style Genever must contain at least 15% malt wine. It is aged in oak for 2 years and has aromas and flavors of malt and wood, bearing a resemblance to whiskey. Bottled in an authentic clay bottle.
Cinnamon whiskey imported from Canada. Light bronze/amber color. Bittersweet cinnamon fragrance. Sweet, spicy, cinnamon flavor. Somewhat fiery finish. Serve on the rocks or mix with cola or cranberry juice.
Imported liqueur from Scotland. Made with aged Scotch-over 15 years old-and blended wtih heather honey and herbs. The original recipe was passed on from Prince Charles Edward (Bonnie Prince Charlie) to the MacKinnon family who still supervise its production today. Amber/golden color. Aromas of licorice, black pepper, dill and Scotch whisky. Flavors of licorice, herbs and whisky. Sweet with ample viscosity. Considered one of the grand classic liqueurs of the world. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a ***** (highest recommendation) rating.
Hazelnut Liqueur imported from Italy. A mix of hazelnuts, berries, and herbs. Golden amber color. Aromas of nuts, butter, and herbs. Flavors of hazelnut and butter. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating. Can be served neat (straight up or in a snifter), on the rocks, in coffee or hot cocoa. Also used in many recipes.
Imported liqueur from Italy. Sweet herbal liqueur created in 1896 by Italian distiller and brandy producer Arturo Vaccari of Livorno. Bright yellow/gold color. Aromas of roots, herbs, flowers, and cedar. Galliano is has a complex, vanilla-anise flavor with subtle citrus and woodsy herbal under notes, though vanilla is the most important ingredient in Galliano. The finish is sweet and long. Serve as a digestif (meant for drinking after heavy meals), or as an ingredient in cocktails. Mix 1 oz. orange liqueur with 1 oz. Galliano L'Autentico, 2 oz. of freshly squeezed orange juice and 1 oz. heavy cream, shake with ice, and strain into a martini glass for a 'Golden Dream.'
Clear cinnamon schnapps from Switzerland with flecks of gold leaf floating in the bottle. Tangy cinnamon aroma. Sweet-sour cinnamon flavors. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a *** (recommended) rating.
A warm amber liqueur from France. Made with cognac, essence of wild oranges and a delicate syrup, the mixture is aged in oak casks prior to bottling. The formula created in 1880 is still followed today. Kindred Spirits gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating and says that it is a 'true classic liqueur.' May be served straight up, in a snifter, on the rocks or as an ingredient in a Margarita.
Liqueur imported from France. A blend of triple distilled premium French vodka, pot still cognac and natural tropical fruit juices. Unique aqua blue color- the liqueur - not the bottle, which is a frosted champagne style with a cork finish. The 'Spirit Journal' says the flavor is 'refreshing, intensely juicy and almost sour' and gives it *** (recommended).
Imported cream liqueur bottled in the U.S. A mixture of strawberry cream liqueur and tequila. The tequila is very subtle and really only gives a spirit flavor to the liqueur. The strawberry and cream flavors are predominate and this tastes more like a strawberry milkshake than a tequila based liqueur.
Imported liqueur from Germany. Made with 56 herbs, spices and roots for a unique, complex flavor. 'Cola colored (some caramel has been added for color). Intensely herbal, citrusy nose. Quite sweet with cola, citrus, and herb flavors. Chocolaty aftertaste.' Kindred Spirits gives it a *** (Recommended) rating.
Imported liqueur from Spain. Butterscotch aroma. Flavors of vanilla and citrus. Finishes with flavors of orange and citrus. Quite sweet.
Absinthe liqueur imported from France. Lucid Absinthe is the first genuine absinthe legally imported or sold in the U.S. since 1912, when it was banned due to its believed hallucinogenic properties. (This has been recently discounted as myth and, in reality, absinthe's high alcohol content - 124proof- could be more responsible for any hallucinations than the wormwood it contains.) Made with grain-neutral spirits and select whole herbs, including the legendary Grande Wormwood (Artemesia absinthium), green anise, and sweet fennel.
Imported cordial from Greece. A premium ouzo founded by the house of Metaxa in 1888. A combination of grapes, herbs, and berries including aniseed, licorice, mint, wintergreen, fennel, and hazelnut. Clean, cool taste. Licorice flavored with hints of fennel and anise. Good as an aperitif or cordial. Drier than anisette.
Sparkling liqueur imported from France. Made with French vodka, French sparkling wine, and exotic fruit nectar. Serve chilled or over ice in a champagne flute. Or, mix with Cognac and serve over ice with a twist of lime for a 'Black Code'. Please note: as with any sparkling wine, the carbonation in this product will dissipate within a day or two of opening.
The recipe for Pernod is a slight variation of the original recipe for absinthe, an herbal elixer made from 15 exotic herbs steeped in alcohol. Licorice flavored and yellow-green color. A popular aperitif in Europe, often mixed in a tall glass with cold water (it will turn a milky color). May also be mixed with grapefruit or orange juice. Often used in cooking recipes.
Imported liqueur. Reddish color. The original gin sling, which is a cocktail made with gin, sugar, and lemon juice. Pimm's Cup has the same flavors as the cocktail: gin, sugar and lemon.
Licorice flavored liqueur imported from Italy. Clear and thick. Aromas of licorice with some herbs and spices. Anise and licorice flavors. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a *** (recommended) rating.
Elderflower liqueur imported from France. Made with 100% fresh, wild elderflower blossoms. The eau de vie base is made of Gamay, Chadonnay, and Pinot Noir grapes and 100% sugar cane (though this is not an overly sweet liqueur). The Spirit Journal gives it five stars (its highest rating) and calls it 'a perfect liqueur.' Pour 1/2 to 3/4 oz. in a fluteded glass and top with Brut Rose Champagne for a 'La Rosette Cocktail' or pour 2 shots of Brut Champagne into a glass and add 1.5 shot of St. Germain, top with soda and garnish with a squeeze of lemon for a St. Germain Cocktail.
Triple orange liqueur imported from Italy. A blend of Italian brandy and orange flavors. Can be served straight, on-the-rocks, in margaritas or in food recipes.
Imported honeydew melon flavored liqueur. Vibrant green color. Light, fresh melon taste. The number one selling melon liqueur. Good mixed with fruit juice and mixers.
Distilled spirit, similar in taste to vodka, imported from Japan. Made from Asian barley and naturally filtered spring water from the Kyushu Mountains. Distilled three times and cold filtered. Contains no additives, preservatives, or sweeteners and has only 68 calories per 1.5 ounce serving. Winner of six gold medals from the Beverage Tasting Institute. Serve in iced tea or green tea for a 'Tokyo Tea'; or, squeeze and drop in a wedge of lemon/lime/orange into a rocks glass, add 2 ounces of Ty Ku, and top with a splash of soda water for a 'Spa Day' cocktail.
Japanese liqueur made with Asian superfruits and teas. Ty Ku Liqueur is made with: Yuzu, an Asian citrus fruit loaded with vitamin C; Mangosteen, an Asian superfruit with powerful antioxidants; Goji Berry a Tibetan wonder-berry containing antioxidants and vitamins; along with honeydew melon, green tea, and ginseng. Only 72 calories per 1.5 ounce serving. Unique illuminating bottle. The San Francisco World Spirits Competition gives it 91 points and an 'outstanding' rating. Mix 1.5 ounces Ty Ku Liqueur with .5 ounces of silver tequila and .25 ounces of agave nectar and a squeeze of lemon for a 'Skinny Rita.'
Imported liqueur from France. X-rated Fusion Liqueur is an exotic fusion of ultra-premium French vodka and blood oranges from Provence (area of France), fused with mango and passion fruits. Mix with lemon-lime soda or club soda in a highball glass filled with ice and garnish with a wedge of lime for a 'Fusion Fizz.'
Lemon Liqueur imported from Sorrento, Italy. Made from the peels of fresh lemons and sugar, it's ingredients are all natural. Aromas and flavors of fresh squeezed lemon juice. Moderately tart with enough sweetness. Crisp aftertaste with a slight herbal twist. The 'Spirit Journal' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating. Best served neat directly from the freezer as a after dinner drink but can also be used in a variety of drink recipes.
Canadian liqueur. White-wine-like appearance. Aromas of mandarin orange. Rich, satiny texture. Flavors of orange and spirit. Long, silky finish of citrus. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a *** (recommended) rating.
Coffee flavored liqueur imported from Mexico. Rich brown color. Aromas of coffee beans. Flavors of coffee and semisweet chocolate. Rich and chocolatey finish. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a *** (recommended) rating.
Coffee liqueur imported from Mexico. Produced from 100% Arabica coffee beans from South America. Made with a unique small-batch roasting process. Especial has a higher proof (70) and lighter body than regular Kahlua. Aromas of vanilla, caramel, light coffee and rum. The taste is a harmonious blend of dark chocolate and cafe mocha. The Spirit Journal says 'this is a state-of-the-art coffee liqueur beauty' and gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Vanilla, coffee and chocolate flavored liqueur imported from Mexico. French vanilla flavors have been added to the coffee and chocolate flavors of the original Kahlua Liqueur. Mix with vodka and fresh cream for a 'Kahlua French Vanilla White Russian' or serve straight on the rocks.
Hazelnut, coffee and chocolate flavored liqueur imported from Mexico. Flavors of gently roasted hazelnuts are combined with the coffee and chocolate flavors of the original Kahlua Liqueur. Mix with vodka and fresh cream for a 'Kahlua Hazelnut White Russian' or serve straight on the rocks.
Imported coffee flavored liqueur from Mexico Made with fresh brewed coffee using Arabica beans. Slightly less sweet than other coffee liqueurs. Can be used in a Black Russian, a White Russian, or coffee.
The original Kahlua Liqueur layered with dark chocolate from the finest cocoa beans. Kahlua Mocha blends 100% Arabica coffee, natural vanilla, and real dark chocolate. Mix with chilled espresso and milk or cream and serve over ice for a ' Kahlua Mocha Freeze.' Or, mix 2 parts Kahlua Mocha with 1 part vodka and serve over ice for a 'Mocha Black Russian.'
Coffee liqueur imported from Mexico. Similar in style to Kahlua.
Tequila coffee liqueur imported from Mexico. Patron XO Cafe is a blend of ultra premium tequila and pure, natural essence of finest coffee. The taste is dry, not sweet. The higher proof brings out the flavor of the pure coffee essence and the ultra premium tequila. Excellent for sipping, in a cocktail, or as a unique dessert topping. Mix with chilled cola and a squeeze of lime for a 'Raging Bull.' Or, blend with Irish Cream liqueur and serve chilled, straight up for an 'Espresso Martini.'
Imported coffee liqueur from Jamaica. Made from the rarest coffee beans in the world -- Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. Can be served straight up, on the rocks or in coffee.
Cream cordial imported from Ireland. Bailey's Original Irish Cream is a blend of real cream and Irish Whiskey. Bailey's Caramel adds a splash of caramel flavor. Serve straight-up, over ice, or in hot coffee. 'Spirit Journal' gives it ****(Highly Recommended) and rates it a 'Best Buy.'
Cream cordial imported from Ireland. Bailey's Original is a blend of real cream and Irish whiskey. Bailey's Mint Chocolate adds subtle flavors and aromas of mint and chocolate. Serve straight-up, over ice or in hot coffee (or hot chocolate). 'Spirit Journal' gives it ****(Highly Recommended) and rates it a 'Best Buy.'
Cream cordial imported from Ireland. A blend of real cream and Irish whiskey. 'The nose has notes of spirit, cream, cinnamon-stick, and spearmint. Very creamy, faintly spicy. The finish has flavors of English toffee.' - Kindred Spirits gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Cream cordial imported from Ireland. A blend of real cream and Irish whiskey. 'The nose has notes of spirit, cream, cinnamon-stick, and spearmint. Very creamy, faintly spicy. The finish has flavors of English toffee.' - Kindred Spirits gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Cream cordial imported from Ireland. Bailey's Original Irish Cream is a blend of real cream and Irish Whiskey. Bailey's Coffee adds a hint of coffee flavor. Serve straight-up, over ice, or in hot/iced coffee.
Irish cream liqueur imported from Ireland. Made with honey, real double cream and Irish spirits. Aromas of honey, cream and cocoa. Creamy texture. May be served straight, on the rocks, or in a variety of cocktails such as a Mudslide, a B-52 or a Nutty Irishman (Irish Cream and Frangelico).
Cream liqueur imported from Ireland. Coole Swan is made with local, fresh double (heavy) cream, vanilla from the island of Madagascar and white Belgian chocolate combined with Single Malt (made only at one distillery) Irish Whiskey. Natural creamy-white color. A rich, smooth balance of dark chocolate and delicate vanilla flavors. A Double Gold Medal winner at the 2009 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.Serve chilled straight up in a martini glass, or combine 2 parts Coole Swan with 1 ½ parts vanilla vodka and ½ part Frangelico, add ice, shake, strain into a martini glass and garnish with a fresh strawberry for a 'Coole N' Dreamy.'
Imported Irish cream liqueur that combines the flavors of cream with Irish spirits.
Irish cream liqueur imported from Ireland. Made with fresh dairy cream from local farmers and Irish whiskey produced in the former Bushmills distillery. Serve straight, on the rocks, in coffee, or your favorite cocktail that calls for Irish Cream liqueur (such as a B-52 or a Mudslide).
A blend of real aged Irish Whiskey and fresh cream. Imported from and bottled in Ireland. Creamy aroma with a hint of herbs. Rich creamy texture with flavors of milk chocolate, Irish whiskey, and sweet cream. Soft finish. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it *** (recommended) rating.
Blackberry flavored schnapps imported from Germany. Produced by the same company that makes Rumple Minze schnapps.
Cherry flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Mix with your favorite soda, energy drink (for a 'Cherry Bomb'), or with lemonade for a refreshing summer drink.
Lemon-flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Dr. McGillicuddy's Lemon Drop combines all the flavors of lemon and sugar from the traditional 'Lemon Drop' Cocktail (vodka, lemon juice and a sugar-coated wedge of fresh lemon) without the hassle.
Mint flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Clear as a schnapps should be. Candied nose of fresh peppermint. Flavors of peppermint candy with a strong aftertaste of mint.
Clear as schnapps should be. Aromas of vanilla beans. Silky texture. Tastes like cream soda. Not too sweet. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Intense mint-flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Try mixing is with chocolate or coffee liqueurs.
Root-beer flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Mix with Dr. McGillicuddy's Vanilla and cream for a 'Root Beer Float.'
Grape-flavored schnapps imported from Canada. Mix with lemon/lime soda or equal parts of vodka and add ice.
Clear. The nose is sweet, herbal, and pepperminty with little hint of the high (100) proof. Silky texture. Intense peppermint flavor. Not too sweet. Extended minty finish. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Cinnamon liqueur imported from Canada. Initially tastes like hot cinnamon, but finishes with a cool aftertaste. Clear crystals appear in the bottom of the bottle. As the crystals grow the proof increases slightly over time.
American made amaretto liqueur. Produced in Lewiston, Maine. Made from apricot stones (pits) which produce a sweet almond flavor, with hints of vanilla.
Licorice flavored liqueur made and bottled by Barton Brands of Kentucky. Sambuca is flavored with elderbush or anise which gives it its licorice flavor and is quite sweet. Sambuca originated in Italy centuries ago. Usually served straight up with three coffee beans floating on top.
Herbal liqueur made in Pennsylvania. ROOT is a certified organic spirit made with13 herbs, spices, roots, (including anise, birch bark, cloves, cardamom, and spearmint.), and pure cane sugar. The spirit's history goes back centuries. The Native Americans taught a Root Tea recipe to settlers in the 1700s. Over generations, the tea grew in potency. During the Temperance Movement, a Philadelphia pharmacist removed the alcohol and ironically rechristened it Root Beer. Root has aromas of vanilla and baking spice, with flavors of vanilla, citrus, and pepper. Mix with ginger beer, cream soda or just plain soda water.
Black Raspberry flavored liqueur made with tequila and real cream.
Domestic cordial made with 100% Blue Agave tequila, cream and strawberry flavors. Low in proof so the tequila is very subtle. Tastes like an adult version of a strawberry milkshake.
Maple spirit liqueur made with 100% Vermont maple syrup produced and bottled in Cleveland, Ohio. Cabin Fever is a 3 year old 80 proof barrel-aged spirit; not overly sweet. It starts with notes of peppery oak then quickly finishes with a distinct maple flavor and hints of caramel and butterscotch. Mix with: cola, ginger ale, cream soda, coffee, hot chocolate or use in tradtional 'Hot Toddy' recipes and for cooking.
Flavored moonshine legally produced in Madison, North Carolina. Triple distilled in a copper pot still and made with American corn. Aromas of nutmeg, cinnamon and sweet vanilla extract. Flavors of vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, and citrus. Catdaddy has a very unique flavor for moonshine - it tastes like eggnog. Mix 1 ½ oz. Catdaddy with ½ oz. fresh lemon muddled with 3-4 sprigs of mint, shake with ice, strain over fresh ice, top with 1-2 oz. club soda and garnish with a lemon wheel and a sprig of mint for a 'Moonshine Smash.'
Black Raspberry flavored liqueur made in the U.S. Prepared and bottled in Lewiston, Maine. Good mixed with champagne, straight up, or on the rocks.
Cream liqueur made with Caribbean rum, real dairy cream, rice, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla - a blend called 'Horchata' that dates back to ancient Egyptian times. The art of making Horchata later spread to Spain, and then, on to Central America and Mexico. Serve on the rocks, in hot chocolate, or mix 2 parts RumChata with 1 part espresso vodka, shake with ice, strain into a martini glass and sprinkle with shaved chocolate for a 'Tiramisu Martini.'
Sweet melon flavored liqueur made in the U.S. DeKuyper was originally based in Holland but is now owned by Jim Beam brands and operates in the U.S.
Lemon liqueur made in Salem, New Hampshire. Fabrizia Limoncello is the only all-natural, handmade limoncello, made locally with California lemons and the Mastroianni Family's own authentic recipe from Calabria, Italy. Best served ice cold from the freezer or on the rocks. Or, mix 1 ounce Fabrizia with 1 ½ ounces premium citrus-flavored vodka, ½ ounce Blue Curacao, serve in a martini glass rimmed with sugar and garnished with a lemon twist for a 'Blue Groto.'
Almond flavored liqueur made by Barton Brands of Kentucky. Amber color. Can be served straight, on the rocks, in a number of mixed drinks or for cooking recipes.
Chocolate liqueur made in the U.S. Godiva luxury chocolate blended with premium spirits. Dark brown color. Aromas of herbs, cocoa, nuts, and a little anise. Velvety texture. Flavors of dark chocolate. Not too sweet. 'Kindred Spirits' gives it a **** (highly recommended) rating.
Domestic, almond flavored liqueuer. Good mixed with orange juice, club soda or with coffee liqueur and cream for a Toasted Almond. Also good in many food recipes.
Moonshine made in Madison, North Carolina by legendary moonshine maker Junior Johnson. Handcrafted in small batches, made from corn, and triple-distilled in a copper still. Clean tasting, much like vodka, with some warmth, but no burn. This can easily be substituted for vodka in your favorite mixed drink. Pour 1 ½ oz. Midnight Moon in a tall glass with ice and fill with lemonade for a 'Caution Flag' cocktail.
Fruit-infused moonshine made in North Carolina. Midnight Moon Strawberry blends Midnight Moon Original Moonshine with real strawberries (still floating in the jar). The berries marinate in the liquor for weeks, imparting their flavor into the moonshine. Unique Mason jar packaging reminiscent of the old (illegal) moonshine days. Mix 1 ½ oz. Midnight Moon Strawberry with A&W Cream Soda for a 'Strawberry Shortcake' cocktail. Careful though, this stuff is 100 proof!
Domestic Amaretto liqueur. Amaretto is almond flavored and is made from apricot stones. Sweet with an amber color. May be served straight as an after dinner drink or in a variety of cocktails.
Pomegranate flavored liqueur made in the U.S. Made with all-natural pomegranate juice, premium vodka and a touch of imported tequila. Bottled at just 34 proof, Pama is highly mixable. Mix with 1 ounce of citrus vodka, a splash of cranberry juice and a splash of sour mix for a 'Pama Martini' or with champagne or sparkling wine for a 'Pama Mimosa.'
Lime flavors blended with traditional Southern Comfort (bourbon, peach and spice flavored liqueur made in the U.S.). Based on the popular 'SoCo Lime' drink that blends Southern Comfort with Rose's Lime Juice. Serve chilled straight up, over ice, or with cola for a 'SoCo Lime and Cola.'
Domestic raspberry liqueur. Deep purple color. The Spirit Journal says 'the opening bouquet is fresh, ripe, invitingly fruity in a garden-fresh, 'hey, let's pick our own' berry manner...' Flavors of sweet, ripe black raspberries.
A blend of 100% blue agave tequila and citrus flavors. The Beverage Testing Institute says, 'Brilliant pale gold color. Sweet creamy vanilla, caramel and grilled citrus agave aromas. A soft entry leads to a lightly sweet light-to medium-bodied palate with caramel, honeyed toast, and fruit agave. Finishes with a sweet caramel and green wood fade.' Use in your favorite tequila cocktails.
Acai (pronounced ah-SIGH-ee) liqueur made in the U.S. Acai is the exotic-tasting Brazilian national fruit, thought to be one of the healthiest fruits on the planet. VeeV donates $1 per bottle to the Rainforest Preservation and is proud to be the only certified carbon neutral spirits company in the world. Acai tastes like an exotic blend of dark berries and is loaded with vitamins C and E. Their signature drink is a 'Treetini': Muddle one fresh basil leaf (or other herb) in ra ocks glass and add 2 oz of VeeV, 1½ oz lime juice, ½ oz simple syrup (sugar and water) and ice. For every Treetini a participating restaurant sells, VeeV will plant a tree.
Wild Turkey Bourbon-based cordial sweetened with honey. Aromas of fresh citrus and vanilla. Sweet, smooth taste with notes of honey, caramel and oranges. Long-lasting finish with subtle bourbon overtones. Mix with Wild Turkey 101 (or 80 proof) for a 'Bee Sting' or serve as an after-dinner drink.
Premixed cocktail made in the U.S. Made with a variety of premium ingredients (a secret recipe created in company founder Tracy Reinhardt's kitchen) and 40 proof vodka, it is made to taste like chocolate milk. Shelf stable for up to one year after opening. Just serve over ice, or mix 1 oz Adult Chocolate Milk with 1 oz Coconut vodka and a splash of white crème de cocoa, shake with ice and pour into a chilled martini glass rimmed with coconut flakes for a 'Coconut Dream.'
American liqueur. Brown color. Rich cocoa flavor. Used to make a Brandy Alexander.
American liqueur. Clear. Slightly less intense cocoa flavor than the Bols Brown Creme de Cocoa. Used in such drinks as a Grasshopper, Pink Squirrel, and Golden Cadillac.
American made liqueur. Dark green color. Tangy mint flavor. Can be used in such drinks as a Grasshopper.
American liqueur. Clear. Natural mint flavor. Can be used to make such drinks as a Stinger (brandy and white creme de menthe).
American banana flavored liqueur. Golden color. The 'Creme' means that this cordial is sweeter than most liqueurs or schnapps, not that it is blended with cream.
Domestic cordial that combines rich chocolate with cream liqueur. The Beverage Tasting Institute rates it as a Best Buy and gives it 91 points. Serve neat, over ice, in hot coffee or as a topping for your favorite cake, pie or ice cream.
E&J Brandy blended with sweet cream. The first spirit to combine the brandy/cognac category with the cordial liqueur category. Sweet, creamy flavor. Good served straight, on the rocks or as an after dinner drink.
American black currant flavored liqueur. The Leroux company was begun in Brussels, Belgium. Deep red color. Usually mixed with champagne or white wine for a 'Kir'.
Irish cream liqueur made with imported Irish whiskey and fresh cream. Blended and bottled by White Rock Distilleries of Lewiston, Maine.
Domestic triple cream liqueur made from Caribbean rum and rich cream. The flavor profile is based on a traditional Mexican Wedding Cake. A Double Gold Medal Award winner at the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Mix with your favorite spirit such as vodka, whiskey, spiced rum, or cognac or mix equal parts Tres Leches with coconut rum and serve over crushed ice for a 'Coconut Cream Pie.'
American made peppermint schnapps. Icy cold mint flavor and aftertaste. 101 proof.
American peppermint flavored schnapps. Schnapps is like a liqueur only drier (not as sweet).
American peppermint flavored schnapps. Schnapps is slightly drier than a liqueur. Clear. Usually served chilled straight or over ice.
Butterscotch flavored schnapps made in the U.S. Schnapps is usually less sweet than other cordials or cremes.
Peach flavored cordial made in the U.S. Schnapps is traditionally clear, light to the taste, low in proof, and contains a lower sugar content than other cordials. Good mixed with fruit juice such as orange juice to mix a 'Fuzzy Navel'.
Sour-apple-flavored schnapps to add to the Watermelon, Peach and Grape Pucker line. Low proof and made in U.S.
Pink color. Aromas and flavors of hot cinnamon.
Low proof schnapps made in the U.S. Sweet and sour grape flavored schnapps to add to the Sour Apple, Peach,Raspberry and Watermelon Pucker line. Made with natural ingredients.
Butterscotch flavored schnapps made in the U.S. Schnapps is less sweet than most liqueurs.
Sweet & Sour schnapps made in the U.S. Berry Fusion is a combination of raspberry, blueberry and strawberry flavors. Mix 1 part Berry Fusion with 2 parts Absolut Raspberry Vodka, 1 part Blue Curacao and a squeeze of lime for a 'Pucker Sweet Talker-Tini.'
American cordial that has intense butterscotch aromas and flavors. Schnapps is tradionally clear, low in proof, and lower in sugar content than other liqueurs.
Low proof, root beer-flavored schnapps made in the U.S. Made with natural ingredients and blended a special way for a fresh out of the barrel taste (like draft rootbeer). Mix 1 1/2 parts DeKuyper Ragin Rootbeer with 1 part vanilla ice cream and 1 part cola, blend, pour into a tall glass and top with whipped cream for a 'DeKuyper Root Beer Float.'
Low proof schnapps made in the U.S. Sweet and sour raspberry flavored schnapps to add to the Sour Apple, Peach, Grape and Watermelon Pucker line. Made with natural ingredients.
Mixed fruit flavored schnapps. Flavors of pineapple, mango, cherry, citrus and banana that start sweet on the palate and immediately turn puckery sour. The 'Spirit Journal' gives it *** (recommended). Mix with orange juice or citrus vodka for a 'Blue Martini.'
Watermelon flavored schnapps that is at first sweet then mouth puckering sour. Made in the U.S.
Clear schnapps made in the U.S. A blend of strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, and raspberry flavors.
Hot cinnamon schnapps, like fireball candy. Schnapps is a liqueur but drier (less sweet) than most cremes and liqueurs. 100 proof.
Domestic 99 proof black cherry-flavored schnapps. Mix one part 99 Black Cherries with a splash of pineapple juice and a splash of cranberry juice. Pour over ice in a highball glass and garnish with a slice of orange for a 'Black Cherry Splash.'
Domestic 99 proof banana-flavored schnapps.Serve straight up, chilled or with your favorite fruit juice such as passion fruit for a 'Banana Passion', orange juice for an 'Orange Banana', or cranberry juice with a splash of club soda for a 'Juicy Fruit'.
Domestic 99-proof whipped cream flavored schnapps. Cool creamy flavors of whipped cream topping combined with the heat of 99. Specially developed to mix and match with any other 99 flavor such as 99 Black Cherries for a 'Cherries on Top' or 99 Bananas for a 'Banana Split.' Or, mix with your favorite fruit juice (orange for a 'Creamsicle' or pineapple for an 'Island Delight') or soda.
American liqueur with the aroma and flavor of licorice from the anise seed.
Orange-flavored liqueur originally made on the Island of Curacao in the Dutch West Indies. Somewhat similar to Triple Sec at one point in its preparation, the addition of spices and sometimes wine, give it a unique character. Made from the maceration of real orange peels for a slightly bitter orange flavor. Curacao can be blue, green, orange or red in color. The Blue Curacao is most commonly used as a coloring agent in exotic drinks.
Domestic orange flavored (only natural ingredients are used) cordial. Made from orange peel. Blue color. Used in a variety of tropical drinks. The Hiram Walker company was established in 1858,
American cordial that is a mix of rye whiskey, rock candy syrup, and fruit juice.
American orange flavored liqueur. Orange peels are used for the flavoring. Similar to curacao, but more refined. Sweet with subtle orange flavor. Colorless. Used as an ingredient in many cocktails such as Margaritas. M.S. Walker has been producing cordials for over 50 years.
American orange flavored liqueur. Clear. Made with orange peels for flaavor. Sweet with subtle orange flavor. Used in many popular cocktails such as the Margarita.
American orange flavored liqueur. Clear. Usually used as an ingredient in various cocktails. Sweeter than schnapps, drier (less sweet) than a creme, and generally not as potent as a flavored brandy.
American orange flavored liqueur. Flavored with orange peels. Clear. Sweet with subtle orange flavor. Used in many cocktails such as the Margarita.
Honey-flavored Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey. Aromas of natural honey-comb, sweet molasses and roasted nuts. Flavors of Jack Daniel's whiskey laced with honey-comb, toasted nuts with hints of molasses, chocolate and pralines. Lower proof (70) and sweeter than regular JD. According to About.com 'Tennessee Honey is the perfect marriage of true honey flavor and the rich, authentic taste of Jack Daniel's and will appeal to both whiskey aficionados and those new to the world of whiskey.' Mix with iced tea or lemonade for a refreshing summer drink.
Hot pepper flavored cordial made in the USA. Combines Southern Comfort liqueur (originally made in New Orleans) with 5% whiskey, real Tabasco sauce, and additional pepper flavors. Spicy and hot. Sweet on the entry and spicy on the palate. Use Southern Comfort Fiery Pepper for a hot, sweet, spicy twist on a 'Bloody Mary' or add some heat to your favorite margarita recipe for a 'Spicy Margarita.'
A blend of bourbon and peach liqueur made in the U.S. Originated in the late 1800's in New Orleans as a drink called a Cuffs & Buttons, made with fresh peaches marinated in bourbon. The peach taste made the bourbon much more palatable to those that did not like straight whiskey. The original was a secret blend of flavors (peach, orange, vanilla, sugar and cinnamon). Mix 1 oz Southern Comfort with 1/2 oz Sloe Gin, 1/2 oz Amaretto and 1 and 1/2 oz of orange juice, garnish with and orange slice and serve over ice for an 'Alabama Slammer.'
See the description for Southern Comfort 76 proof. This is similar in taste but with a higher proof (100).
Sapling Vermont maple liqueur derives it’s unique taste from select locally-harvested Vermont Grade A maple syrup combined with a slow maturation in American oak barrels. Sapling is bold, like the landscape itself, but always smooth and never too sweet. Add Sapling to your java for a 'Vermont Coffee' or with light cream and vodka for a 'White Maple.'
Certified Organic Maple Liqueur made in Stowe, Vermont. Green Mountain Original Vermont Maple Liqueur is made from a blend of the finest Vermont Organic maple syrup and six-times-distilled organic spirit (also made in Vermont). Full-bodied maple character with smooth, balanced flavors of maple and spirit. Serve as an after-dinner drink as well as a great component for many classic cocktails such as Martinis (mix 2 parts Green Mountain Sunshine Vodka with 1 part Maple Liqueur for a 'Vermont Maple Martini'), Old- Fashioneds, Mudslides or your favorite coffee drink.
This is a size extension of the 750ml. Sapling Vermont maple liqueur derives its unique taste from select, locally-harvested Vermont Grade A maple syrup combined with a slow maturation in American-oak barrels. Sapling is bold, like the landscape itself, but always smooth and never too sweet. Add Sapling to your java for a 'Vermont Coffee' or with light cream and vodka for a 'White Maple.'
Cream liqueur made in Vermont by Boyden Valley Winery. This is the first foray into distilled spirits by Boyden, well-known for its fine grape and fruit wines. Vermont Ice Apple Crème uses authentic Vermont Ice Cider (a fermented beverage made from the frozen juice of apples), Vermont apple brandy, and real cream to create this distinctive product. Lighter and more delicate than most cream liquors. It has a complex apple taste with hints of apple and oak. The Passionaate Foodie says, 'Vermont Ice Apple Creme was a surprising delight.'
Cordial hand-crafted in Hardwick, Vermont. This cordial creates a rich experience for the palette by combining the vibrant berry flavor of elderberry, with the sweet richness of apple and raw honey. Caledonia Spirits feels this product embodies their deep connection with the land and people who steward it, and celebrates their partnerships with local and regional farmers. Enjoy it on its own, over ice, or in your favorite cocktail. Or, mix 1.5 oz. Barr Hill Vodka with ½ oz. Caledonia Elderberry Cordial, 1 tsp. fresh lime juice in a shaker filled with ice, shake vigorously and strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a twist of lime zest for a 'Caledonia Cosmo.'
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Some of the above descriptions are based on information in the following sources:
- Kindred Spirits by F. Paul Pacult. Hyperion, New York, New York, 1997.
- Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch by Michael Jackson. Dorling Kindersky Limited, London and Running Press Book Publishers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1989-91.