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  1. Hiram Walker Triple Sec 30

    Hiram Walker Triple Sec 30

    $8.49

    Wild curaca and Valencia oranges along with a special 3 distillation process makes this one of the best triple secs available. Learn More
  2. Gionelli Peppermint Liqueur

    Gionelli Peppermint Liqueur

    $11.94

    A flavorful liqueur that encompasses the cool, refreshing taste of mint in an easy-to-mix drink. Adds a sweet, smooth taste to many of your favorite cocktails, coffees and desserts. Learn More
  3. Dekuyper Peach Pucker

    Dekuyper Peach Pucker

    $16.94

    Intense peach flavors are present in this delicious schnapps. Perfect in drink recipes or as a shooter with a beer Learn More
  4. Dekuyper Orange

    Dekuyper Orange

    $16.94

    Orange Curacao is a sweet and remarkably flavorful liqueur made from orange, lemon, and curacao fruit. Learn More
  5. Dekuyper Apricot

    Dekuyper Apricot

    $16.94

    Made with premium apricot distillate, this fine brandy smacks of summer." -Producer Flavored Brandy Learn More
  6. Dekuyper Peachtree

    Dekuyper Peachtree

    $16.94

    Famous for the Fuzzy Navel, Peachtree is a classic. This liqueur is bursting with the taste of tree-ripened peaches and makes amazing cocktails. Learn More
  7. Mathilde Peche Liqueur

    Mathilde Peche Liqueur

    $19.94

    Two types of peach - vine peach and white peach - are used to make Mathilde Pêche. 
    Vine peaches are small, with richly flavored bright red flesh. A variety highly sensitive to diseases of the vine, winegrowers around Lyon and in Charente would plant this peach in their vineyards to warn them of the appearance of mold. Vine peaches are very juicy despite their small size, with an intense and seductive flavor. White peaches are fleshy and juicy, with a pleasant scent and a lovely soft mouthfeel.

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  8. Mathilde Cassis

    Mathilde Cassis

    $19.94

    Known since the 18th century as the « Elixir of Life, » black currant liqueur is made in several regions of France, though some of the best black currants are to be found in Burgundy. The two varieties used to make Mathilde Cassis are the Noir de Bourgogne and the Blackdown. Noir de Bourgogne has excellent taste qualities and the reputation of being the best black currant to eat. Blackdown is a soft, sweet variety. A long steeping period ensures a perfect balance between alcohol and fruit. Learn More
  9. Mathilde Framboise Liqueur

    Mathilde Framboise Liqueur

    $19.94

    Several varieties of raspberry are used to make Mathilde Framboise. Some are from Scotland, well-known for its berry fruit like Glen Prosen, Glen Moy and Glen Clova which illustrate the country's wealth of fruit. Rose de Plombières, grown in the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne, gives the liqueur delicacy, while Violette de Bouze completes the rich and complex bouquet.

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  10. Meletti Amaro

    Meletti Amaro

    $21.94

    With hints of violet, saffron, caramel, and an array of spices, this is a subtly bitter and beautifully balanced liqueur perfect for enjoying after a meal. Product of Italy Alcohol by Volume: 32% Learn More
  11. Disaronno Amaretto

    Disaronno Amaretto

    $22.94

    A hugely popular traditional digestif, Disaronno shows intense marzipan and Battenberg cake flavours on the palate - this is definitely for anyone with a sweet tooth. Learn More
  12. Lejay Cassis

    Lejay Cassis

    $22.94

    Blackcurrant-flavoured bitters from Lejay, one of the most well-known producers of Creme de Cassis de Dijon. Should add a fruity twist to a Negroni, and could very well be used to add yet more blackcurrant tastiness to your Kir cocktail. Learn More
  13. Dekuyper Kirschwasser

    Dekuyper Kirschwasser

    $22.94

    Enjoy this cherry flavored brandy from the Black Forrest. Learn More
  14. Fernet Branca Liqueur

    Fernet Branca Liqueur

    $22.94

    Invented in Milan in 1845, these quality bitters are made by fermenting over 40 herbal ingredients in alcohol, before a year of ageing in oak casks. Learn More
  15. Meletti Anisette

    Meletti Anisette

    $22.94

    Meletti Anisette was invented and produced for the first time in 1870 by Silvio Meletti, who meticulously hand crafted the liqueur in his mother's small shop. After much experimentation, he determined that the best anise was cultivated in the clay soils of Ascoli Piceno, situated on the Adriatic Coast directly east of Rome. This high quality aniseed (Pimpinella Anisum), along with a variety of other herbs and spices, directly contribute to the delicate taste and unique aroma of Meletti Anisette. Product of Italy Alcohol by Volume: 34% Learn More
  16. FIREBALL Cinnamon Whiskey

    FIREBALL Cinnamon Whiskey

    $24.94

    Fireball is made with Canadian whisky and natural cinnamon flavours. It's certainly very cinnamony, and it's not too sweet, which is a plus. A very popular shot drink on the other side of the pond, Fireball was awarded 87 points from the Beverage Testing Institute, and a Silver Medal from the International Review of Spirits. Learn More
  17. Midnight Moon Blueberry

    Midnight Moon Blueberry

    $24.94

    Midnight Moon Blueberry has real blueberries in the jar which allows the flavor and color to infuse with the 100 Proof (50% ALC./VOL.) Midnight Moon. As the Spirit ages, the deep blueberry taste intensifies for a moonshine that tastes like fresh picked blueberries. Learn More
  18. St Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    St Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    $24.94

    The Elderflower, a small white blossom that only blooms for a few days in Spring, has a long history in mixology. Due to its delicate nature, the flavor was preserved in syrups that were often too sweet. St. Germain Liqueur has managed to harness the Elderflower's aromas and flavors in an elegant liqueur that far surpasses its predecessors. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur should have a place in the bar of any cocktail enthusiast. It offers lovely notes of pear and lychee, balanced by enough tartness to please even the palates of those generally drawn to drier libations. It has an understated yet unmistakable presence, and can hold its own when mixed with a variety of spirits. Product of France Alcohol by Volume: 20% Learn More
  19. Cointreau Orange Liqueur

    Cointreau Orange Liqueur

    $24.99

    Renowned for its fine balance, Cointreau is at once intense and gentle, warming and refreshing, bitter and sweet; delivering a beguiling twist of; "je ne sais quoi" that never leaves one indifferent. Remember, taste, like beauty, is often born from contrast. Surrender to its charms... Learn More
  20. Grand Marnier Orange Liqueur

    Grand Marnier Orange Liqueur

    $26.94

    Founded in 1880, Marnier Lapostolle are the makers of the Grand Marnier range. Originally known for their Cordon Rouge orange liqueur, made with distilled bitter orange essence and brandy, the range now includes a number of other liqueurs. Learn More
  21. Ole Smoky Moonshine Cherries

    Ole Smoky Moonshine Cherries

    $26.94

    A party in a jar! · Ole Smoky’s® Moonshine Cherries™ are an Appalachian party tradition. Each jar is hand-filled with fresh maraschino cherries soaked in Ole Smoky’s® 100 proof moonshine. Each cherry says a sweet hello followed by a warm goodbye. Once the cherries have disappeared, enjoy the remaining Cherry Moonshine straight up or create the ultimate Cherry Coke or Shirley Temple. Pick up a jar of Ole Smoky’s Moonshine Cherries™ on your way to any party or simply keep them all to yourself. Good day? Have a cherry. Bad day? Have a cherry Learn More
  22. Rothman & Winter Crème De Violette

    Rothman & Winter Crème De Violette

    $28.94

    The Rothman & Winter Creme de Violette is produced from a careful maceration of Queen Charlotte and March Violets in "Weinbrand" (this distilled from grapes), with cane sugar added for sweetness. Over its three generations, Destillerie Purkhart has produced this liqueur by special request of its regional gastronomy customers. In these local markets, it is often used in special cakes and chocolates. Learn More
  23. Cointreau Liqueur

    Cointreau Liqueur

    $29.94

    A perfect marriage between sweet and bitter orange peels. Ready to meet the strength of the crystal clear spirit, are baskets laden with sun-dried orange peels, their intricate colors defining different orange flavors; greenish-bronze for bitter, orangey-red for sweet which yield a greater fruit intensity. Their heady fragrance will soon be revealed by the next steps. The peels are fully dried, macerated and finally distilled in gloriously burnished red copper stills to extract every drop of the precious essential oils. The other ingredients (alcohol, sugar and water) – which are also completely natural – give the liqueur its creamy roundness and aromatic vigor in its mouth-feel. Like an intimate secret, the recipe itself is jealously guarded. Renowned for its fine balance, Cointreau is at once intense and gentle, warming and refreshing, bitter and sweet, delivering a beguiling twist of "je ne sais quoi" that never leaves one indifferent. Remember, taste, like beauty, is often born from contrast. Surrender to its charms... Learn More
  24. St Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    St Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    $29.94

    (96-100) Points - Wine Enthusiast The Elderflower, a small white blossom that only blooms for a few days in Spring, has a long history in mixology. Due to its delicate nature, the flavor was preserved in syrups that were often too sweet. St. Germain Liqueur has managed to harness the Elderflower's aromas and flavors in an elegant liqueur that far surpasses its predecessors. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur should have a place in the bar of any cocktail enthusiast. It offers lovely notes of pear and lychee, balanced by enough tartness to please even the palates of those generally drawn to drier libations. It has an understated yet unmistakable presence, and can hold its own when mixed with a variety of spirits. Product of France Alcohol by Volume: 20% Learn More
  25. Patron XO Cafe

    Patron XO Cafe

    $30.94

    Dark, rich brown. Fresh coffee balanced with chocolate and vanilla. The rich taste of fresh-roasted coffee, notes of chocolate, vanilla and light tequila. Smooth, yet dry. Learn More
  26. Combier Rouge Cherry Liqueur

    Combier Rouge Cherry Liqueur

    $32.94

    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 cherries from France and morello cherries from England to produce the Roi René Rouge, resulting in a light, elegant mouth-feel with heaps of natural sweetness. Learn More
  27. Pimms

    Pimms

    $34.94

    Dark tea color with a reddish tint. Gin-based, with subtle flavors of spice and citrus fruit. Can be mixed with lemonade or various fruits such as apples, oranges and lemons. Learn More
  28. Pimms No.1 Cup

    Pimms No.1 Cup

    $34.99

    Pimms Pimm's No. 1 Cup is based on gin and can be served both on ice or in cocktails. It has a dark tea colour with a reddish tint, and tastes subtly of spice and citrus fruit. It is often taken with "English-style" (clear and carbonated) lemonade, as well as various chopped fresh ingredients, particularly apples, cucumber, oranges, lemons, strawberry, and borage, though nowadays most substitute mint. Ginger ale is a common substitute for lemonade. Pimm's can also be mixed with Champagne (or a sparkling white wine), called a "Pimm's Royal Cup". Its base as bottled is 25% alcohol by volume. Learn More
  29. Meletti Sambuca

    Meletti Sambuca

    $35.94

    Despite the mild licorice scent, this clear, thick liqueur is surprisingly bold on the palate, showing lots of candy-like black licorice. It feels quite fiery, especially with repeated sips. (KN) Learn More
  30. Molinari Sambuca

    Molinari Sambuca

    $35.99

    This is a sweet, strong liqueur flavored with essential oils extracted from star anise through steam distillation. Molinari then adds sugar and other natural flavorings to create this traditional spirit. In Italy, Molinari is most often served after dinner with coffee or espresso. If served neat, 3 coffee beans are traditionally added to each glass for good luck. For special occasions, Molinari can be flamed, chilled by freezing the bottle or served over ice cream. Learn More
  31. Disaronno Amaretto

    Disaronno Amaretto

    $35.99

    A hugely popular traditional digestif, Disaronno shows intense marzipan and Battenberg cake flavours on the palate - this is definitely for anyone with a sweet tooth. Learn More
  32. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

    $36.99

    Neither passionfruit nor pear, grapefruit nor lemon, the sublime taste of St-Germain hints at each of these and yet none of them exactly. It is a flavor as subtle and delicate as it is captivating. A little like asking a hummingbird to describe the flavor of its favorite nectar. Staff: We're calling BS. It's taste like honeysuckle, orange blossom, ginger and wonderful citrus notes with a drizzle of honey and lemon zest that's ridiculously awesome by itself or in a cocktail. I mean,you can mix the thing with almost anything. Leave a comment with your favorite st. Germain cocktail. We're curious how you St. Germain Learn More
  33. Chambord Rasberry Liqueur

    Chambord Rasberry Liqueur

    $37.94

    Chambord is the premium black raspberry liqueur with a fine French heritage. Chambord stands alone in its category — and in its iconic, captivating packaging. For the person who appreciates a life full of great experiences, Chambord is the essential spirit that elevates and brings excitement to cocktailing and culinary experiences. Captivating to the most discerning palate, Chambord tempts and rewards experimentation. Learn More
  34. Fragoli Wild Strawberry W/ 2 Champ Glass

    Fragoli Wild Strawberry W/ 2 Champ Glass

    $40.94

    Now being served in many upscale dining establishments...This amazing wild strawberry liqueur is causing quite a stir! Filling a glass with Fragoli is a unique experience that almost seems to defy the laws of physics. Each pour, whether the bottle's first or last, will release a nearly equal number of petite dark red strawberries that are somehow suspended in the vibrant red liquid. Just what enables the flavor - packed fruit to swim gravity free throughout the bottle is a carefully guarded secret behind the alluring Italian liqueur that has now been introduced to the U.S. market. Learn More
  35. Cointreau Orange Liqueur

    Cointreau Orange Liqueur

    $43.94

    Renowned for its fine balance, Cointreau is at once intense and gentle, warming and refreshing, bitter and sweet; delivering a beguiling twist of; "je ne sais quoi" that never leaves one indifferent. Remember, taste, like beauty, is often born from contrast. Surrender to its charms... Learn More
  36. Baileys Irish Cream

    Baileys Irish Cream

    $44.94

    Baileys only uses milk from Irish cows and a lot of it. The brand goes through 72.6 million gallons of milk a year. The liqueur is so popular that people around the world drink 2,300 glasses of it every minute of every day. Love Baileys? Try it in cheesecake, ice cream, pie and muffins. There are recipes on the brand’s website. Learn More
  37. Grand Marnier Liqueur

    Grand Marnier Liqueur

    $46.99

    Grand Marnier® Cordon Rouge is a spirit that is appreciated for its unique and highly aromatic taste. Brilliant and luminous, with golden highlights. Learn More
  38. Chambord Royale

    Chambord Royale

    $49.94

    The Chambord Royale combines the famous raspberry liqueur with a touches of cranberry and pineapple for flavor, and an ounce of vodka for kick. It’s a fruity little drink, but not overly sweet. Learn More
  39. Tariquet VSOP Bas-armanac

    Tariquet VSOP Bas-armanac

    $54.94

    Château du Tariquet craft some superb Bas-Armagnacs. This was aged for at least 7 years, beautifully balanced with a hint of rancio. Learn More
  40. MASSENEZ Poire Williams

    MASSENEZ Poire Williams

    $59.94

    One of the most delicious and fragrant brandies made from Alsace's abundant supply of fruit is that of the Williams Pear, Eau-de-vie de poire Williams. It is made by fermenting crushed ripe fruit for up to six weeks, and then distilling it to a relatively low strength which preserves its distinctive bouquet. It is then allowed to age. Knowing exactly the necessary time for aging and mellowing of a brandy like Poire Williams is one of the secrets of a great distiller's craft. Learn More

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