A nicely done pear eau de vie or brandy at a competitive price
Unless you have a taste for solvents I would avoid this stuff.
More manly sounding but tastes like a fake strawberry rum.
Think watermelon gummi bears or lifesavers dissolved in cheap rum .
Kiddie candy chemical raspberry is a kind description
A very flavorful aged applejack that is very smooth and not a lot of money for the quality you get.
Not drinkable by anyone old enough to legally do so.
This liqueur uses an aged apple brandy sweetened with maple syrup.
A completely organic, locally grown and sourced Horseradish Bitters.
A nicely done peach brandy from Upstate New York
Not only drinkable but enjoyable – unlike many limoncellos .
One of the few Sambucas I can recommend .
An easy to find and very good Cassis.
The low cost option for a quality orange liqueur.
Blows away the competitors. Worth the extra money !
A much better triple sec than many others out there.
The first usable and drinkable pomegranate liqueur I can recommend to anyone.
Prichard’s rum being pot distilled from Grade A Fancy molasses (not the blackstrap type) Sweet Georgia Belle uses a base of this rum with an infusion of peach and mango.
Excellent quality and innovative.
Wonderfully done if a little idiosyncratic.
The best, original and only real orange curaçao in the world. They own all the trees (all 350 of them)
The only blue liqueur you should ever buy.
Lovely if slightly odd – just the way we like them.
In a stunning turnaround from some of the dross we have had to work through lately, we are happy to review a liqueur that we do, genuinely, like.
This liqueur is an interesting mix of 3-10 year old brandy from the Emilia Romagna of Italy (one of 4 brandy regions), a blend of spices and fruit (lemons,oranges ,etc.,),
Imported by TY KU, this is their first and signature product. They also have a sake and a soju.
Almost more of a fruity Old Tom Gin.
This new “Schnapps” as Hiram Walker refers to their liqueurs as, is part of a over 40 flavors or variety portfolio of flavored liqueurs that form the backbone of many cocktail books that specialize in multicolored sweet drinks with ridiculous and usually sophomorically suggestive names.
Not suggested for Biker or Marsailles waterfront bars unless you are armed or enjoy the idea of what will happen next…