Liqueur
A liqueur (/lɪˈkɜr/ or /lɪˈkjʊər/) is an alcoholic beverage made from a distilled spirit that has been flavored with fruit, cream, herbs, spices, flowers or nuts and bottled with added sugar or other...
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Homemade Kahlua
Did you know you can make your own version of Kahlúa at home? It takes three weeks for the coffee beans to infuse the vodka and rum mixture, so you'll want to prepare this ahead of time if you plan to...
Campari Cocktail Redux
We just had the privilege of tasting some really amazing cocktails at the Campari event, Life with a Twist - really different creations that have us craving the stuff for breakfast. No joke. The Cor...
Absinthe
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Bitters
A bitters is traditionally an alcoholic preparation flavored with botanical matter such that the end result is characterized by a bitter, sour, or bittersweet flavor. Numerous longstanding brands of b...
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Cream liqueur
A cream liqueur (not be confused with crème liqueur) is a liqueur that includes dairy cream and a generally flavourful liquor among its ingredients.
The manufacturer of Baileys Irish Cream claims...
Chocolate liqueur
Chocolate liqueur is a liqueur that tastes like chocolate.
Chocolate liqueur is not a new invention. There is mention, in French, of producing and selling chocolate en liqueur as early as 1666. ...
Nocino
Nocino is a sticky dark brown liqueur from the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy. It is made from unripe green walnuts. After steeping in spirit, the walnuts are removed and the now-black alcoho...
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Drink
Drinks, or beverages, are liquids specifically prepared for human consumption. In addition to basic needs, beverages form part of the culture of human society. Although all beverages, including juice,...
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Chambord (liqueur)
Chambord Liqueur ([ʃɑ̃.bɔʁ]) is an infusion of red and black raspberries, Madagascar vanilla and XO cognac. According to legend, Chambord was inspired by a raspberry liqueur produced for King Louis XI...
Chambord (liqueur) - Wikipedia
Angostura bitters
Angostura bitters is a concentrated bitters, or botanically infused alcoholic mixture, made of water, 44.7% alcohol, herbs and spices, by House of Angostura in Trinidad and Tobago. It is typically us...
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Swedish bitters
Swedish bitters is a Bitter and a traditional herbal tonic, said to have been formulated in a similar way by Paracelsus and rediscovered by 18th century Swedish medics Dr. Klaus Samst and Dr. Urban Hj...
Ammazzacaffè
Ammazzacaffè (Italian for coffee killer) is a small glass of liqueur usually consumed after coffee to dull its taste. It is a common Italian custom, especially after a generous tasty festive meal.Amma...
Ammazzacaffè - Wikipedia
Homemade Kahlua
Did you know you can make your own version of Kahlúa at home? It takes three weeks for the coffee beans to infuse the vodka and rum mixture, so you'll want to prepare this ahead of time if you plan to...
Killepitsch
Killepitsch is a liquor based on herbs (Kräuterlikör) with a 42% alcohol by volume. It is made by a German company called Peter Busch GmbH & Co. KG in the German city of Düsseldorf. The liquor is ...
Killepitsch - Wikipedia
Campari Cocktail Redux
We just had the privilege of tasting some really amazing cocktails at the Campari event, Life with a Twist - really different creations that have us craving the stuff for breakfast. No joke. The Cor...
Unicum
Unicum is a Hungarian herbal liqueur or bitters, drunk as a digestif and apéritif. The liqueur is today produced by Zwack according to a secret formula of more than forty herbs; the drink is aged in o...
Jumbie
A Jumbee, jumbie or mendo is a type of mythological spirit or demon in the folklore of some Caribbean countries. Jumbee is the generic name given to all malevolent entities; however, there are numerou...
Campari
Campari is an alcoholic liqueur, considered an apéritif (20.5%, 21%, 24%, 25%, or 28.5% ABV, depending on the country in which it is sold), obtained from the infusion of herbs and fruit (including chi...
Meinhard's Bitters
Meinhard's Bitters was created and manufactured by Dr. Teodoro Meinhard, a German-born resident of Venezuela, and the founder of Meinhard & Company. The full and exact name of Meinhard's Bitters ...
Fernet Stock
Fernet Stock is a herbal bitters made in Plzeň-Božkov, Czech Republic. It is flavoured with approximately 14 herbs, imported from the Mediterranean and the Alps. It is also available in a sweeter form...
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Herbsaint
Herbsaint is a brand name of anise-flavored liquor currently produced by the Sazerac Company and originally made in New Orleans, Louisiana.Herbsaint first appeared in 1934. It was the creation of J. ...
Guaro (drink)
Guaro is a liquor made in many places in Latin America. A clear liquid distilled from sugar cane juices, it has a slightly sweeter taste than comparable liquors (40% Alcohol). It is popular in Colombi...
Guaro (drink) - Wikipedia
Sirop de Picon
Picon is a caramel-coloured, flavoured bitters drunk as an apéritif, which traditionally accompanies beer in the east and north of France.It is made from a base of fresh oranges which are dried and mi...
Sirop de Picon - Wikipedia
Limet
Limet is a herbal bitters made in Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic, flavored with anise seeds, cinnamon, various herbs, and a rich citrus flavor according to a recipe of the Becher family. It is nor...
Domaine de Canton (liqueur)
Domaine de Canton is a ginger-flavored liqueur imported and distributed by Maurice Cooper et Cie., an American firm based in Manhasset, New York. In its earlier formulation (called Canton), it was dis...