A bitter liqueur that blends Italian and Australian drinking cultures. Building on what is common to both Italian amaro and Australian coffee: fruit, spice and herbs, this is a modern bittersweet coffee liqueur made with 14 botanicals, including coriander, liquorice root, illawarra plum and gentian – as well as cold brew coffee, of course. Mr Black's Coffee Amaro has rounded, dark caramel notes alongside bitter citrus and a herbal complexity.
Pipped as the “world’s first” super-premium herbal liqueur, Manifest is based on the brand’s original recipe of 56 herbs, roots and spices, but contains additional botanicals and and is made using five macerates rather than four.
The spirit is crafted using a ‘two-fold’ maturation process and is double-barrelled matured in both small and large oak casks for more than one year to intensify the flavour.
The liquid offers notes of “rich oak, sweet aniseed and dried fruit”, finishing with “subtle spices and vanilla elements”, and is presented in a clear bottle featuring a hand-applied bronze Jägermeister stag emblem.
Alchermes is an alcoholic Florentine liqueur, red in colour and specifically used for making zuppa inglese (a popular Italian dessert). The main flavours are cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and vanilla. A truly unique liqueur.
Jamaican rum is a delicacy we all know and love but what about taking it one step further? Bitter Truth Pimento Dram brings together that fine rum and the sweet flavour of pimento, or allspice, creating a thoroughly enjoyable flavour. Cinnamon, nutmeg and clover are all encapsulated in the flavour and it’s a distinctive flavour which can be enjoyed simply over ice or added to any number of exotic drinks.
Domaine de Canton is an elegant French liqueur which uses the finest VSOP and XO cognacs to ensure its flavour is as fine as it can be. Ginger is the star of the show, coming out alongside the cognac flavours alongside lighter notes of ginseng and vanilla. Intense ginger heat mingles wonderfully with the cognac and ensures a fusion which you’ll not forget in a hurry. Enjoy over ice or simply neat after dinner.
Known for their Fairtrade principles, Fair Goji Berry Liqueur is certified Fairtrade is made from selectively sourced goji berries from the isolated Himalayan valleys. The berries are harvested and shipped to France, the macerated and turned into this exceptional liqueur. Its aroma is invitingly sweet, with peach and apple coming through alongside a touch of red berries and the flavour is sweet and light with a little syrup thickness. Raspberry, melon and plums all come through alongside cherry sourness, in an exotic mix of enjoyable fresh fruit.
Fair's Kumquat Liqueur is made in France using natural ingredients, including Fair-Trade-certified fruit. This works well chilled on its own, with a mixer of your choice in a long drink, or in cocktails.
The pure essence of the exotic lychee is captured in this Asian-inspired liqueur. The sweet and exotic lychee fruit comes through lightly in this popular liqueur and it’s a wonderful choice for adding to champagne, sparkling wines or sparkling soft drinks. The legend of Emperor Ming of the Tang dynasty gives the lychee a special place in the heart of China but Kwai Feh is now enjoyed around the world.
An ancient liqueur with a strange history and an equally interesting flavour. Chartreuse Elixier has been made by the Chartreuse monks since the 18th century, using the same recipe written in 1605. The herbal and floral flavour of the Elixir is delivered through a combination of 130 aromatic flowers and plants, wonderful when enjoyed in sugared water. Its presentation is like a traditional medicinal tonic and it’s a wonderful showpiece for your drinks cabinet.
The taste of Cyprus, one of their most famous and popular drinks, Filfar is a liqueur which has grown in popularity thanks to many Brits spending their breaks on the Greek Isle. The sweetness of natural sun ripened oranges is paired with intensely spiced aromatic herbs picked on the Cypriot hillsides. The flavours combined equal a balance which tingles on the tongue yet mellows out to a satisfying and warm finish.
Mirto is a traditional spirit from Sardinia and has the red myrtle berries and the white myrtle leaves at the heart of its flavour. It’s served traditionally as an after dinner drink and the sweetness of the myrtle flavours are paired with grappa and the natural aromatic flavours of fennel seeds and lemon peel. It’s a traditional liqueur which has a refined flavour which has an immediately recognisable aroma which fans will already know and love.
Roots Herb Liqueur is a deep brown in colour and rich in a huge range of aromatic and botanical flavours. The aroma is rich in peat and herbal freshness with a flavour which is complex and multi-layered with a little fruitiness and a wonderfully velvety texture. Using an aromatic plant which was known for its medicinal and aphrodisiacal qualities in ancient times, Roots Herb Spirit Liqueur is certainly a drink that deserves at least one taste.
Roots Rakomelo is a combination of the classic aperitif Raki and sweet honey, as well as a touch of cinnamon and aromatic cloves. The flavour is strong and bright, with a little fruity warmth and a lot of nutty spice. The flavour follows the same suit with the fruity spice of the raki blending with the smoothness of the honey to create a rich yet delicate end result.
Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto is a blend of bergamot peel, Cedro lemons, chamomile, lavender, gentian, yellow roses and Melissa balm. An aromatic and lightly spicy liqueur which balances honeyed sweetness with rooty bitterness.
It is a liqueur made based on anise and presented in a bottle that contains a branch of anise inside. This liquor is very sweet and crystallized sugar appears in the branch anise giving you an aspect of a crystal tree.
Those who love their liqueurs and have visited or lived in the Algarve will almost certainly know the name Brandymel.
Made since 1955 in Portimão by the local Cristina A Portugese liqueur made by combining honey and arbutus unedo spirit with a selection of mountain herbs. The mixture is aged for a minimum of 6 months in casks previously used for aging port. The strict following of these traditionally methods are what has earned this drink numerous gold medals in international spirits competitions.spirits competitions.
Like pumpkin pie in a glass, this creamy liqueur is a great autumnal drink and - thanks to its fun packaging - also perfect for Halloween. Melding chocolate, caramel, pumpkin juice, cinnamon, clove, vanilla and a little chilli, Pumpkin Spice is a sweet and spicy treat with a wide variety of uses. Try it on its own, combine it with iced coffee and rum, or add it into your chocolate cupcake mix.
Pampelle Ruby L'Apero is made from the infusion of citrus
peels, natural botanicals and Eau de Vie, brought to life by a key
ingredient: ruby red grapefruit from the Mediterranean island of
Crafted on the banks of the River Charente in the Cognac region
Tart, sweet and refreshing, the red ruby grapefruit is very dominant.
Sweet Agwa, a liqueur which marries together an array of tempting herbal flavours, offering a distinct and enjoyable flavour. Agwa’s key ingredients are Bolivian coca leaves, Brazilian guarana and Chinese ginseng which work together to offer a herbal, minty scent followed by a thick, syrupy mouthfeel awash with spicy notes, sweet menthol and the depth of the herbaceous ingredients. It ends on a long herbal note which encapsulates the overall flavour of this traditional liqueur.
English Whisky, aged for 3 years in ex-bourbon casks, blended with
orange peels, distilled star anise and cubeb for a rich and smooth
whisky liqueur. Drink on the rocks for our take on the Old Fashioned,
with our English Dry Vermouth for our signature Dartmouth Park, or with
our Peated English Whisky for a classic Rusty Nail.
A traditionally made Thyme liqueur from Provence, made with wild thyme and small amounts of other herbs before being sweetened with sugar. Wonderful serve iced, in coffee or poured over sorbet, it's also a useful cooking ingredient, bringing sweet herbs to fried dishes.