More commonly known in its blue variety, Monin Orange Curacao offers that same vibrant yet bittersweet flavour. Golden orange in colour with an aroma which is fragrant and almost festive, with both bitter orange peels and sweet flesh coming through. The flavour is wonderfully gentle, a mild citrus warmth followed by candy sweet orange freshness, with only a hint of fresh orange tang. The bitter note ensures this is recognisably a quality Curacao liqueur.
The juicy and aromatic flesh of the peach is perfectly replicated and wonderfully fragrant in this Monin Peach Liqueur. The flavour of peach or peche as the team at Monin would say, is rich and floral and in this liqueur you’ll enjoy every last succulent drop. The aroma is fresh and enticing and the flavour is sweet, velvety soft and lingers long after your final sip.
A classic Triple Sec which allows you to add the tempting Curacao flavour without any of the recognisable blue or orange hues. Monin Triple Sec is the perfect tool for the cocktail maestro who wants to keep those bittersweet orange flavours hidden. This liqueur has an aromatic bitter curacao nose and a flavour which is reach in the same bitterness as well as sugary sweetness which brings out the tang of the Curacao oranges.
Violet is a flavour which truly adds another dimension to your favourite drink. Monin Violet Liqueur is a delicate and aromatic creation which offers up the characteristic flavour of violet, alongside a little syrup and caramel. There’s a spring freshness about this liqueur that you might want to add to a wide range of cocktails and drinks including everything from an elegant champagne cocktail to simply with your favourite mixer.
A summer day in a glass, Monin Watermelon Liqueur captures the essence of this quintessentially summer fruit and offers up vibrant bursts of juice and a refreshing tang. As soon as you open the bottle you’ll imagine a summer’s day as the fresh aroma of just-cut watermelon escapes and on tasting you’ll enjoy all the juicy freshness of the real thing. Add it to your favourite soft drink or create an extra special summery cocktail.
Monin Raspberry Liqueur, or Framboise to use the French, captures the delicate yet tangy flavour of the fruit and serves it up beautifully with a deep alcoholic heat. Wild raspberries are used in the production to give it a fresh and herbaceous nose and a slight after-hint of brandy is also present, floral notes ever present and welcoming. Sweet, candied raspberry notes linger and help create a perfect balance between sweet and sour.
The darkest of all Mozart liqueurs, Mozart Black offers the strong flavour of deep, dark chocolate. Sugar cane spirit and chocolate macerate containing 87% pure cocoa deliver a rich, bitter chocolate flavour which is complimented by notes of real Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar and caramel. The darkness of the chocolate has a smoky edge and is perfect for those creamier cocktails and dessert drinks. Though the darkest of dark chocolates isn’t for everyone, this Mozart Liqueur certainly gets the most from such an intense flavour.
All you need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt and Mozart Gold Chocolate Liqueur could be that little bit of chocolate you’ve been lusting after. Silky smooth milk chocolate cream is the driving force behind this sweet liqueur and notes of fresh Madagascan vanilla add a depth to its character but it’s a drink that definitely appeals to those with a sweeter tooth. Rich and decadent, Mozart Gold is a truly sterling liqueur.
The softer cousin of deep, Mozart Dark, Mozart White lets the sweet intensity of Madagascan vanilla take centre stage. Delicious notes of caramel marry with the aromatic vanilla bean and the fresh cream brings out the recognisable flavour of white chocolate. Sweeter and mellower than others in the Mozart range, this sugary liqueur is wonderful for pouring over desserts and adding a final flourish to a creamy cocktail.
Pama Pomegranate is a deep crimson red liqueur which takes the sweet and distinctive flavour of pomegranate as its core. Made from all natural pomegranates from California, Pama Pomegranate is a natural companion to many other drinks including champagne and your finest sparkling wines, its tartness blending beautifully. The true beauty of Pama Pomegranate genuinely is how well it mixes, whether that’s with a soft drink or into a cocktail.
Passoa is an exotic liqueur which shows off the exuberance and vibrancy of the passion fruit. It’s popular all over the world with Puerto Rico rating it as its number one liqueur. Its aroma is fresh and fragrant, passion fruit comes through but also boiled sweets and zesty grapefruit. On tasting you’ll enjoy a light syrup mouthfeel and passion fruit at the forefront with cooked grapefruit and a little cherry coming through too. Truly exotic and wonderful on ice.
Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao is an outstanding orange liqueur, a re-creation of a lost style of Curacao prevalant in the 19th century using the original lahara oranges. Carefully crafted by the experts at Cognac Ferrand, this unique elixir is a blend of Pierre Ferrand Cognac, un-aged French brandy, lightly toasted sugar cane, dried peel of Curacao bitter oranges, sweet oranges and lemons, with a touch of grilled almonds and prunes. The ultimate choice of dry curacao for cosmopolitans, mai tais and margaritas . Gerry's thinks it is simply the best Curacao on the market.
A premium Amaretto which doesn’t disappoint, Saliza Amaretto manages to balance a light body with an intense flavour. It’s rich with sweet marzipan and uses refined almond distillate to create its exceptional flavour. The nose is rich with those almonds alongside toffee and zesty orange peel and on the palate it really is the fresh flavour of almonds that sings, with the sweet marzipan rounding the flavour beautifully.
Sheridan’s Irish Cream Liqueur is known for its recognisable two tone packaging. The separate black and white decanters contain flavours which blend exceptionally well together and offer up real class and of course, a pleasurable drinking experience. The white liqueur has the creamy vanilla depth of white chocolate whilst the black is rich in warm coffee and whiskey notes. When enjoyed together a nuttiness comes through which helps blend the flavours together and deliver true satisfaction.
The Deep South is calling you with their signature drink. Vibrant, warm and completely epitomising its home town, Southern Comfort is fine blended spirit which works wonderfully in many cocktails or simply with ice. Smoothening out Kentucky and Tennessee whiskies, the story goes that New Orleans bartender Martin Wilkes Heron came up with Southern Comfort as a smooth alternative. A Mardi Gras essential its flavour includes welcome notes of cinnamon, smooth vanilla, cherry and natural honey. The combination is a huge hit and a versatile addition to your drinks collection.
The smooth and light flavour of St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur has kept it popular for many years and has guaranteed that it’s known as one of the finest and first elderflower liqueurs out there. Its aroma is lightly floral, with elderflower and a little sweetness coming through and then on tasting you’ll enjoy a pungent elderflower hit that mellows and is supported by just the right amount of sweetness. Surprisingly flavoursome considering it’s only got one key ingredient – a real triumph.
There’s nothing wicked about this little witch, Strega, the Italian word for witch, is an aromatic and legendary liqueur. The mythical history of the drink tells us that female sprits made it and used it to cast spells on lovesick humans, so there was a little bit of witchcraft involved! Over 70 different barks and herbs give Strega it’s rich and aromatic flavour, enjoyable to the last sip with a strong herbaceous mouth.
Velvet Falernum is a low alcohol and lightly sweet triple sec style liqueur. Produced in Barbados the liqueur is flavoured with aromatic clove, almonds and fresh lime. The sugar cane based is wonderfully sweet and helps the other flavours blend beautifully – the unique part of this flavour is definitely delivered by the lime and sugar combination which zings and the botanical warmth of the cloves adds a further dimension to the drink.
A drink used to life in Jamaican Country Clubs, Tia Maria marries sweet cane sugar with intense coffee to create an enticing and tantalising coffee liqueur that has become world renowned. There’s a bitter burnt edge to its flavour which mellows as you drink, with dark chocolate notes marrying sweetly with the intense coffee hit. Warm spices and hints at pepper give the drink a deeper intensity and its low ABV makes it a wonderful aperitif, perfect for deepening the flavour of your after dinner coffee or simply over ice as an evening treat.
Tia Maria Matcha Cream is an exquisite cream liqueur with the rich distinctive taste of Japanese green tea. Tia Maria Matcha Cream provides natural richness with an indulgent cream finish.
With natural matcha extract
Based on a recipe that dates back to the 15th century, Tuaca is a brandy-based liqueur which brings together a number of brandies, a secret blend of fruits and spices and just a little sugar to blend it all together in harmony. On the nose is a spicy citrus tang which entices you to drink and when you do you’ll enjoy a surprisingly light and oily mouthfeel, sweet with a little dry spiciness and cinnamon, nutmeg and bitter orange leading the taste profile. It settles into a mellower, sweeter warmth, just the ticket after a filling meal.
Recognisable from its red and yellow bottle and a Christmas favourite, there’s nothing to say you can’t enjoy Warninks Advocaat throughout the year. Just four ingredients deliver the unique and popular flavour: brandy, vanilla, sugar and egg yolks. The flavour is rich like vanilla custard and thick and syrupy in texture, with that bite of brandy providing a warm and satisfying kick. Essential for your festive snowball but enjoyable at any time of the year.
Xante is an unusual liqueur, the ingredients and even a full description of the flavour of which are kept under wraps by its makers. A truly mysterious liqueur with hints of pear as well as liquorice and intense cognac notes. The ripeness of the pears is apparent from the first sip and this combines beautifully with the fine cognac notes and delivers a flavour which is enjoyably sweet but with that refreshing pear tang present throughout.
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Originally made by the French Carthusian monks, Yellow Chartreuse is an aromatic and botanical-led liqueur with a distinctive and herbal taste. 130 hand selected herbs are combined to create the exceptional flavour of Yellow Chartreuse and the liqueur is then aged in oak barrels to create a distinctive woody flavour. Honey is added to create a sweeter flavour and its lower proof and lighter on the palate when compared to its green compatriot. Wonderful before or after dinner.
Kummel takes its name from German and Dutch derivations for cumin and caraway seed, which, alongside fennel, are used to flavour this colourless liqueur.
Palate: Fennel and liquorish dominate the palate.
Finish: The finish is refreshing with clean anise notes.
Overall: A clean, anise-led, liqueur best-served chilled.
Elixir Combier is one of the old classics, including the flavours of myrrh, cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg, it’s based on a recipe from the 19th century. The flavours are hidden in straw yellow liquid and it’s only when you open the bottle you enjoy a hit of pungent lemon zest, orange rind and a little genepi. Saffron comes through too alongside sweet mandarins and vanilla adds a richness which is welcome against the pepperiness of the alcohol.
A triple sec from Combier, who claim that Jean-Baptiste Combier invented the orange liqueur sometime between 1834 and 1848 at their distillery in Saumur. Debated though that is, this is one of the originals, with a a bright citrus flavour.