Uses real espresso as an ingredient unlike a host of others.
Made of a hellbroth mix of triple distilled vodka, tequila of questionable origin, lemons, limes, caffeine, ginseng and colors and dyes that would make a patent medicine maker cry “Hold, too much!”
Fair Trade is not just a name but a passion with this company .Organic also. Did I mention delicious too?
Utilizing primarily catawba grapes as a base with New York State currants (only recently legalized).
This liqueur uses an aged apple brandy sweetened with maple syrup.
Lovely liqueur/aperitif but sadly not imported to the U.S..
Tradition states this liqueur was originally developed by Fra. Angelico
who lived in the mid 1400’s.
One of the best Crème de Framboise we have ever had, and thankfully available in the U.S. !
A lovely traditional crème. If you are looking for traditional French Crèmes (very sweet liqueurs) this is the company to buy from. Not to mention their eau de vies…
Actually an interesting and complex liqueur that is much overlooked anymore
Take the rough edges of the morning with flavor and style.
At first whiff, the coffee has a robust espresso, and hints of chocolate smell with a touch of vanilla. Dark roasted coffee hits first, then alcohol but in a somewhat understated way.
Expensive for what it is. While it is well made, I personally find it expensive and maybe a little specialized a taste for wider use.
A possibly interesting mixer but NOT a sipper.
It seemed to be the night train to oblivion.
For those who want to take the edge of their morning or anytime. If you like Kahlúa you’ll love the Cofee Cream.
Like Starbucks, it may not be the best but it’s everywhere.
Actually exceeded our expectations for it.
Better than we expected. Recommended.
Actually much better than you would think.
Black as pitch in the bottle, spicy dark fruits and citrus, then herbaceaus and slightly astringent (gentian?) at first whiff.
One of the few coffee liqueurs I actually like and use regularly. Real Kona coffee and nothing else.
Interesting, complex and quite drinkable, words I don’t usually use for a spiced cream liqueur….
About as close to a perfect liquid chocolate creme brulee as it gets. Comfort food in a liquid alcohol form.
An extremely easy to drink and well-balanced liqueur that is not overly sweet.Faithful reproduction of a childhood orange cream popsicle with a kick that is somehow subtle yet substantial at the same time. Quite an achievement in vision and blending!
Damned odd but very well made stuff -just at a loss as how to use it.
Nicely done distilled seyval blanc wine alcohol base, much smoother than most.
Throw away the Roses Lime Juice and use this instead !
It helps if you don’t think about the appearance too much. (Unless you like bukakke )
Lovely lavender liqueur organic and kosher also.