Amarula is a cream liqueur from South Africa. It is made with sugar, cream and the fruit of the African marula tree (Sclerocarya birrea) which is also locally called the Elephant tree or the Marriage Tree. It has an alcohol content of 17% by volume.
Today, these liqueurs boast a popularity with tourists and locals. Zeppi's Bajtra Liqueur is made from Opuntia ficus-indica, a member of the Cactus family, commonly known as the prickly pear, that was introduced to the Mediterranean region from the Americas towards the end of 15th century.
A Cognac Liqueur is a strong but sweet alcoholic berverage, usually enjoyed after a meal as a digestif. Liqueurs have as a base a liquor, on our site that’s Cognac. Sugar is added to the base along with a mix of herbs, fruits, or spices, depending on the desired flavor. ABV ranges from 14 to 22%.
Cointreau (pronounced [kwɛ̃.tʁo]) is a brand of triple sec (an orange-flavoured liqueur) produced in Saint-Barthélemy-d'Anjou, France. It is drunk as an apéritif and digestif,  and is a component of several well-known cocktails. It was originally called "Curaçao Blanco Triple Sec".
Damson gin is especially popular in Britain.The plums are ripe in early September and the liqueur can be used as a Christmas treat. Greengage gin is an alternative beverage. Averell Damson Gin is produced by The American Gin Co. and is an American take on the beverage.
Ginjinha or simply Ginja, is a portuguese liqueur made by infusing ginja berries, (sour cherry) (Prunus cerasus austera, the Morello cherry) in alcohol (aguardente is used) and adding sugar together with other ingredients. Ginjinha is served in a shot form with a piece of the fruit in the bottom of the cup.
A legendary herbal liqueur, that was used as a medicinal elixir in the past. Tod... The promising title of this recipe manuscript, from which the monk and pharmacist Jérôme Maubec developed the élixir végétal in 1737, bears the following words: “Elixir for long life”.
Cherry Heering is a popular cherry-flavored liqueur that is vital for many classic and modern cocktails such as the Singapore Sling and Blood and Sand. This royal red liqueur is one of the best tasting cherry spirits on the market and is often used in drink recipes that call for cherry brandy.
Licor 43, or Cuarenta y Tres (Spanish and Papiamentu for "43"), is a Spanish liqueur.It is made from citrus and fruit juices, flavored with vanilla and other aromatic herbs and spices, for a total 43 different ingredients (hence the name). It is 31%abv / 62 proof and is a light bodied, sweet liqueur. In color it is yellow tinged with a touch of gold.
Limoncello (Italian pronunciation: [limonˈtʃɛlːo]) is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, especially in the region around the Gulf of Naples, the Sorrentine Peninsula and the coast of Amalfi, and islands of Procida, Ischia, and Capri.
"Manzana verde" means green apple in Spanish. Manzana Verde Briottet, a digestive liqueur, brings out the sweet and fruity, heady strength of the wild apples picked in the Basque mountains.Its tasting is completed by tremendous freshness and is very ...
Maraschino (/ ˌ m ær ə ˈ s k iː n oʊ / marr-ə-SKEE-noh) is a liqueur obtained from the distillation of Marasca cherries. The small, slightly sour fruit of the Tapiwa cherry tree (Prunus cerasus var. marasca), which grows wild along parts of the Dalmatian coast, lends the liqueur its unique aroma.
The Aguardente de Medronhos is a strong spirit, a traditional fruit brandy from Portugal, obtained from the fruit of the Medronho tree, Arbutus unedo, also called strawberry tree. Medronho trees grow wild on the poor soils in rural regions of Portugal such as Tojeiro and the inner Algarve.
Midori is the brand name for a specific liqueur that is distinct in two aspects: color and flavor. The color is a beautiful vivid green and it is often used in cocktails for that characteristic. The flavor is a luscious, sweet melon that pairs well with a variety of other flavors.
In contrast, schnapps in the United States is often used to describe a category of sweetened, fruit-flavored liqueurs (there are exceptions to the fruit). Instead of distilling the fruit, liqueurs are often made by steeping fruits in alcohol after fermentation and/or distillation.
Sloe gin is a red liqueur made with gin and sloe (blackthorn) drupes, which are a small fruit relative of the plum. Sloe gin has an alcohol content between 15 and 30 percent by volume. However, the European Union has established a minimum of 25% ABV for sloe gin to be named as such.