One of the most famous fruit liqueurs in the world remains Cointreau, the subtle harmony of bitter and sweet oranges. Classic fruit liqueurs include triple sec as long as you drink margaritas, the likes of Midori melon liqueur and the ‘black raspberry’ Chambord. Fruit liqueurs can be made from just about any fruit: apples, apricots, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, citrus, cranberries, peaches, or pineapple.
99 Bananas is a smooth, refreshing, easy to drink, flavored schnapps. 99 Bananas is most of all, FUN! With a powerful appeal that bar patrons across the country are asking for by name – straight up, in popular mixed drinks or in shooters. 99 Bananas is offered at a very high proof. The label gives it away: 99 proof.
Alize Bleu mix masters have stirred up the traditional Alizé by creating a brand new formulation that combines premium French vodka, cognac, passion fruit, cherry, ginger and other natural exotic fruit juices.
This is the original Alize, an exotic blend of passion fruit and other exotic fruits. Alizé Gold Passion, was created in 1984 by Spice Jackson and Fame Fortune as a blend of French cognac, passion fruit juice, and other exotic fruit juices. A great mixer and 16 percent alcohol.
Alize Red Passion expertly blends the alluring flavor of ripe, exotic passion fruit and the all-natural juices of fresh, tangy cranberries with premium French Vodka. This luscious fusion is remarkably balanced with sweet, vivid passion fruit and crisp, tart cranberries. Drink over ice, with lemonade or use as a substitute for the ultimate French martini.
Alize Red Passion is best enjoyed chilled, on the rocks, with Champagne or mixed with cranberry juice for an invigorating longer drink. Intensely aromatic with notes of cranberry and candied strawberry. On the palate, flavors of orange, cranberry, cherry, and passion fruit followed by a long fruity finish.
Amaretto di Amore is a rich, velvety-smooth, almond-flavored liqueur. Amaretto di Amore is made with the crushed essence of apricot. Mix Amaretto di Amore in a cocktail with orange juice or other favorite juices or serve straight up with biscotti and coffee.
Amarito Amaretto feels like a dessert and is popularly used as a mixer and served over the ice. Amaretto has a bitter aftertaste. This drink is made by adding oil of apricot pits to alcohol, burnt sugar and fruits and herbs.
Bayou Satsuma Rum Liqueur is a craft spirit made from locally sourced Satsuma tangerines with barrel aged rum made from local sugar cane. Bayou Rum is the finest expression so far of the unique Louisiana sugarcane rum born from the rich soils of the mighty Mississippi river delta.
Benjamin Prichard’s Sweet Lucy nose has a heavy note of cinnamon, and a rich orange peel character. This is very sweet on the palate. The flavor is rich orange and apricot. Slight spice notes are present and the bourbon character is there but subdued. A very well-made sweet liqueur with a nice layer of bourbon and spice underlying the fruity sweetness.
Paolo Sperone created Caravella Limoncello with the sweet fresh juice and the tart earthy peels of lemons from Italy’s Amalfi coast. This Limoncello is a perfect fusion of the color, flavor and zest of lemon with his creativity. This refreshing bright Italian Spirit is traditionally served chilled as an after-dinner digestivo.
Caravella Orangecello comes from the fragrant orange groves of Sicily in Southern Italy. The Sperone family has been producing citrus liqueurs since 1898. This combination of orange juice, orange peels, and the finest grain spirits is a favorite in Europe. Taste the flavor of Pisa, the excitement of Milan, and the beauty of Portofino. Salut!
Chambord Liqueur pours a deep dark purple color, almost black, and the scent is pure sweet berry. You are reminded of smelling fresh picked very ripe blackberries. Closer to the end of the liqueur making process spices such as mace, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and vanilla are added along with several other herbs, orange and lemon. Acacia honey is also added before the entire mixture is aged in barrels. Ripe and juicy, sweet and flavorful.
Kir Royal is a French cocktail, a variation on Kir. It consists of Chateau Monet Framboise Liqueur topped with champagne, rather than the white wine used in traditional Kir. The kir is typically served before meals in a flute glass.
Chateau Pomari is a complex combination of sun ripened pomegranates and secret flavors. Pomegranate was introduced into America in the late 16th century and California by Spanish settlers in 1769. Extremely versatile, allowing you to mix up exotic cocktails for an unforgettable experience.
Cherry Heering is a classic a ruby-red liqueur made to a recipe dating from 1818 that is matured for three years. To be served on its own, with or without ice, or as a mixer in cocktails and long drinks such as the world-famous Singapore Sling.