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From the producer: 2021 is a very important date for Luxardo as it marks our 200th Anniversary. To celebrate the gratifying milestone of two centuries of history, the company is now putting back on the market, in a strictly limited edition, the most prestigious product in its range, Maraschino Perla Dry. This Maraschino Luxardo Riserva Speciale was last produced in the distant 1970s. Maraschino Perla Dry has a high alcohol content (40% alc./vol.), a considerably reduced sugar content (hence the term“dry”), and a marasca cherry distillate base more than 5...
Price: $149.99

The world's first farm-to-table Irish Cream. The cream is collected from family-owned farms in County Cork and blended and bottled within 48 hours of collection. While most Irish creams are about 1% whisky, Five Farms is 10% whisky and uses 10-year-old high-quality whisky for a more intense flavor. And unlike most other cream liqueurs, Five Farms doesn't add any sugar--the sweetness comes naturally from the cream. Awarded 97 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge, this is certainly the world's finest Irish Cream and perfect for the holidays. It also co...
Price: $34.99

This phenomenal creme de blackberry is also one of the best deals on liqueurs in the store.
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "This ethereal, delightful liqueur is clear in the glass, with a fresh, bright aroma that suggests fresh-cut green melon and cucumber water, plus a zesty citrus hint. The palate teases with sweet, vegetal, floral and fleeting jalapeño spice in turn, without quite settling in one space. A treat with tequila. *Top 100 Spirits of 2018* (KN)" (10/2018) K&L Notes: This wonderful concoction from Kurt Charron captures the essence of California's natural wonders and puts them right in your glass. Kurt started with the complex and unu...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "A syrupy textured mixer comprised of liquid sucrose, lime juice, almond and clove essences and water—not to be consumed neat. Clove and lime juice on the nose. Thick and sweet on the palate, but the lime juice acts as the perfect balance for the high-octane liquid sucrose. Scores of applications in cocktails. *Best Buy* (PP)" (06/2006) K&L Notes: Velvet Falernum is a longtime staple item of resorts and bars in Barbados, and today for its use in tropical, tiki, and Caribbean drinks such as the Rum Swizzle, Mai Tai, Zombie,...
Price: $23.99

Starlino's recipe is made by Denis Muni and Beppe Ronco who have worked at Torino Distillati for over 20 years and are natives of the Piedmont. Focused for decades on making traditional aperitifs and vermouths, Hotel Starlino is their first change to create innovative new brands at the old distllery. The Rosé was designed to capute true freshness of the ingredients. The fresh ingredients include wormwood gentle, local roman wormwood, savory, elderflower, coriander, cloves, dittany, centaury, hyssop, cardo, angelica, sandal, ambretta, thyme, orris and ora...
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Tawny and bright in the glass, this mellow, bittersweet beauty offers caramel and vanilla, braced by allspice and bitter orange. Although Nonino is best known for its grappas, this amaro, flavored with herbs from the mountains of Friuli, is worth seeking out. Consider it for dessert pairings or an edgy spin on a negroni. (KN) " (04/2014) K&L Notes: From Distillatori Nonino in Italy's Friuli. This amaro is a grape distillate infused with herbs and aged in barrique. The Quinessentia Amaro Nonino shows fragrant mountain herbs. ...
Price: $54.99

Cuarenta Y Tres Licor 43 (750ml)
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Spain's best selling vanilla citrus liquor!
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96-100 points Wine Enthusiast: "The seductive bouquet offers wonderfully floral, fruity, guava- and melon-like fragrances of elderflower, becoming richly pear- and quince-like following aeration time. The palate entry is soft and firm; the midpalate is integrated, harmonious and exquisitely balanced between alcohol level, sweetness, acidity and floral impact. A perfect liqueur. *Best Buy* (PP)" (04/2008) K&L Notes: Double Gold Medal at the 2007 and 2008 San Francisco World Spirits Competition! St. Germain is an artisanal French liqueur made from hand-p...
Price: $32.99

This is a high quality orange liqueur that was recommended to us by one of San Francisco's finest mixologists. A selection of sweet oranges from Brazil and Florida (Pera) and bitter oranges from The Ivory Coast and Sicily (Bigarade) results in a medley of notes, smooth and sour altogether. The different flavors call to mind the Curaçao Island and the West Indies. The maceration of orange zest in pure alcohol in a copper pot still during several hours is followed by a distillation. The resulting orange spirit is blended with crystallized sugar, water to ...
Price: $29.99

A bergamot-forward aperitivo that can be enjoyed in a range of cocktails. From the distrillery: "Italicus is lightly citrusy on the nose with hints of rose and lavender. On the palate, fresh tones of ripe citrus fruits are balanced with a light bitter and floral spice before giving way to a complex and long lasting finish."
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96-100 points Wine Enthusiast: "The perfect crème de cassis bouquet features concentrated black currant skin aromas and extreme tannic acid. Palate entry is super tannic and astringent and focused on the black currant juice and skins; the midpalate is perfectly balanced between the ripe fruit, acid, tannin and sweet tartness. Concludes thick, incredibly tart and astringent, and utterly luscious. A crème de cassis beauty. (PP)" (04/2009) K&L Notes: Harvested from the hills around the grand cru of Nuit-St-George, the finest fruit is collected from grower...
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Finally available in the United States! The US bottling is labeled as Vegetal de la Grande Chartreuse, not Elixir Vegetal as it is in Europe, but the product is exactly the same. In 1605, the duc d’Éstrées entrusted the Carthusians with a manuscript containing a mysterious recipe composed of 130 plants which could be used to produce an “elixir of long life.” For over one and a half centuries, the Carthusians worked to perfect this recipe, which resulted, thanks to Brother Jérôme Maubec, in a final product established in 1764 called the “Élixir Végétal de...
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One of the most beloved of Cappelletti amari is this ode to the mountain range just south of Rovereto in Northern Italy. Flavors of pine, blueberry, smoke and alpine plants give a true expression of place. The deep flavors and lush texture are also the result of its preparation on a rich wine base.
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This classic Basque liqueur has been used as a Chartreuse alternative long before the current shortage of everyone's favorite Monastic liqueur. While nothing is a perfect sub, this scratches the itch pretty closely. Made with more than 13 botanicals including nutmeg, coriander, fennel, angelica seeds and roots, celery, balsam herb (also known as mint geranium),elderflower, coriander seeds, black caraway (nigella), wild thyme, cardamom, green aniseed and wormwood. Multiple distillations, macerations and a final blending with green walnuts and Adera prunes...
Price: $59.99
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Founded in Mexico City by Hillhamn Salome, Flor De Luna Distillery is one of Mexico's only female owned and operated distilleries. This complex liquor with a base of high-quality mezcal is named for the Zapotec word for women, "XILA" and contains seven distinct flavor ingredients that work to create the uniquely delicious profile: caramelized pineapple, lavender, ancho chile, hibiscus flower, clove, cinnamon, and black pepper. The mezcal is sourced from Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico. It's made in the artisanal method from agave espadin by mezcalero Edilberto ...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "The palate finds mellow dark chocolate, walnut and allspice, finishing bittersweet. *Best Buy* (KN)" (04/2016) K&L Notes: An artichoke based bitter enhanced by the infusion of 13 different herbs and plants. Totally natural with rich aromatics, it is a modern and versatile digestivo. A great way to end your day.
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet is lovely, balanced, properly astringent, ripe and juicy with scents of cherry stone and cherry juice. The palate entry is decadently sweet and textured with vibrant tastes of cherry compote and cherry preserves at midpalate. The finish is svelte, moderately syrupy and downright delicious. An outstanding liqueur: use it in an Aviation Cocktail." (12/2007) K&L Notes: This classic ingredient is a must-have for every serious cocktail bar. If you don't keep Luxardo in your home bar, you're missing the chance to re...
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This is the fabulous Kina l'Avion d'Or. Watch out Lillet and Cocchi Americano, this is a traditional Kina Aperitif recipe coming from a hundred year old recipe from a distillery in Switzerland. Richer than expected, it doesn't have the light heartedness of the Americano, but it certainly makes up for it in term of depth. The nose is deeply perfumed and wild! The palate has the perfect interplay between bitter and sweet. This is sure to be a classic.
Price: $32.99

Créole Shrubb bursts with aromas and flavors reminiscent of Martinique. A staple of Caribbean culture, Créole Shrubb is the “secret ingredient” frequently used by celebrity chefs and creative mixologists around the world. Drinkhacker rates it an A- saying, "Creole Shrubb is Martinique’s answer to triple sec, a 'blend of the finest white and aged agricole rhums, married with macerated Créole spices and sun-bleached bitter orange peels.' ... Hefty notes of mandarin orange percolate the nose, with the slightest hint of lime leaf. The palate however comes a...
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The elusive Génépy (Génépi) from Dolin is a type of liqueur that has long been sought-after, but only recently become available in the US. Its character is derived from the various alpine shrubs of the genus Artemisia. More commonly known as wormwood, Genepi is an iconic alpine botanical associated with the kingdom of Savoy and the regions in France, Switzerland, and Italy that once made up that kingdom. It's been used for centuries to flavor liqueurs, digestifs, and various tonics. The flavor profile falls somewhere in between modern absinthe and chartr...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The first aromatic blast is seductively anise-like, then it mellows, turning softer, more herbal, and plumper. At palate entry the intensely bitter taste of anise both enlivens and cleanses the palate; at midpalate the pleasant sting of alcohol and the zest of rooty/woodsy botanicals make for memorable imbibing. Finishes elegant and smooth." (10/2005) K&L Notes: While the prohibition of absinthe in 1915 put a damper on wormwood spirits, it created a market for anise-flavored liqueurs like Ricard. With its characteristic l...
Price: $34.99

Giffard Crème de Mûre Liqueur (750ml)
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Giffard is one of France's highest quality liqueur producers. They're sourcing the highest quality fruits and spices for their liqueurs and have committed to using local ingredients where ever possible. Because Giffard liqueurs are truly designed specifically for use in cocktails, the aromatic profile is the most important aspect of this product. While the flavor on the palate is excellent, the depth of flavor on the nose is second to none, with pure blackberry flavor shining through.
Price: $29.99

If you fancy yourself a bartender you simply must have a bottle of Leopold Brothers' new Sour Lime Cordial. It is insanely good, tart, balanced, refreshing, and powerfully flavorful. At 40% ABV it won't let you down in a simple cocktail or get lost in something more complex. It is incredibly versatile and you will find endless uses for this. Margaritas, G&T modifiers, tiki drinks, cooking, marinades, breakfast cocktails, you name it, you'll want to find a place to slot this into anything you're doing.
Price: $39.99

Wine Spectator: "Although many amari boast a secret formula comprising a multitude of ingredients-Fernet-Branca ($30) contains a total of 27, giving it a licorice, menthol and raisin character - certain flavors are well-trodden. Among them are anise, angelica, marjoram, cinnamon, cinchona, gentian, rosemary, saffron, fennel and cardamom, as well as mint and orange. (JB)" (02/2016) K&L Notes: Fernet Branca is an Italian amaro developed in 1845. The family's secret recipe has never been disclosed but what they can tell you is that it is a combination of ...
Price: $29.99

From its origins in the tropical hills and valleys of Jamaica, the allspice berry has for generations been prized for its exceptional tastes of clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg and a pepper note that dazzles the palate. The allspice liqueur, known in classic cocktails as "Pimento Dram," brings together the fine pot-still rum and classic allspice berries of Jamaica. Enjoy St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram in classic cocktails, Wassail and other punches, mulled wine, continental and island cuisine.
Price: $24.99

This classic Basque liqueur has been used as a Chartreuse alternative long before the current shortage of everyone's favorite Monastic liqueur. While nothing is a perfect sub, this scratches the itch pretty closely. Izarra Jaune is a delicious liqueur with a bright and refreshing character. Crafted by the Izarra Distillery, this golden-hued spirit is made with a secret blend of natural ingredients including herbs, flowers, and citrus fruits. The flavour profile is complex and layered, featuring notes of orange zest, lemon, coriander, and anise. The finis...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a vibrant coral-orange glow, and aromas that mix berry sweetness and floral notes. The palate is surprisingly juicy, suggesting blood orange, fading into candied orange peel at the sweet-bitter end. The base is Italian wine (Pinot Bianco, Garganega), not a distilled spirit, and it drinks like a lighter version of Campari. Sip or mix. *Best Buy* (KN)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: One of the mmore unique and original bitter aperitivos out there. From importer Haus Alpenz: "The Apertivo Cappelletti, endearingly known to local...
Price: $19.99

This isn't the sloe gin that Americans think of as a sickly-sweet concoction sold behind the corner market counter, for consumption adjacent the nearest railroad tracks. This traditional English-style craft gin is made with the Sipsmith's award-winning London Dry Gin, made in a copper still, and infused with wild shoe berries. The UK's House & Garden magazine says: "If you like the idea of sloe gin but not the sugary sweetness of most commercial and home-made versions, you will almost certainly like Sipsmith Sloe Gin, which has a convincing vibrant sloe ...
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Another of Tempus Fugit's historical recipes. Very few liqueurs capture the essence of their components quite like the incredible products from Tempus Fugit. By using exacting research and traditional techniques, they've taken us back to the golden age like no other modern brand. The Crème de Banane is not the exception; like all Tempus Fugit products, it sets the bar for the category in terms of flavor, authenticity and quality. Because it's made with real bananas, the liqueur has all the complexity and depth of a perfectly ripe banana plus a ton of com...
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Originally created in 1823 by James Pimm of Kent to be served as a digestif, Pimm's Original Gin Sling was the first "House Cup" at London's popular Oyster Bar, thus the spirit's name: Pimm's No. 1 Cup. A special blend of herbs, liqueurs and quinine were steeped in gin and paired with oysters on the half shell. As the brand's reputation grew, other Pimm's Cups were developed, each based on different spirits, including vodka and brandy, but only the gin-based cup is available in the US today. The iconic cocktail, appropriately named Pimm's Cup, has been a...
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Wine & Spirits: "A new year can hardly pass without another radiant offering from Lance Winters and Alameda-based St. George Spirits. Bruto Americano is an American aperitivo, bittered largely with gentian root, while California-grown Seville oranges and buckthorn bark provide orange and woodsy notes. The flavor may recall Campari (with a hint of Aperol citrus)—as does the color, a lush vermillion derived from cochineal, as Campari used to be—but the soothing texture and complexity puts it in a category of its own. BA’s gorgeous Italian futurist label sh...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "New to the U.S. market in 2012, this 'dry' Curaçao is intriguing and should work well as a sophisticated sweetener alongside bitter-edged spirits and darker, biting spirits like rye whiskey. While not precisely dry, this golden liqueur has its vanilla sweetness tempered by a wash of bitter orange. The scent is rich and agave-like, with a touch of mezcal-like funkiness. (KN)" (02/2012) K&L Notes: Designed by renowned cocktailian David Wondrich, this is perhaps the finest orange liqueur available for mixing. Try it in a Sideca...
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New from Leopold Bros. Distillery in Colorado and crafted especially for the vintage cocktail movement. Made from blend of Marasca and Montmorency cherries with no preservatives. The cherries are fermented and distilled, yielding a clear, flavorful spirit that is more aromatic and dry on the palate than Luxardo. A small amount of cane sugar and honey is added to the distillate for balance and clarity. Store in refrigerator upon opening within 30 days for optimal freshness. The folks at Leopold recommend adding 1/2 oz instead of lime to your Gin and tonic...
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From the producer: "Created from one-of-a-kind Montmorency cherries, Leopold Bros. Michigan Tart Cherry Liqueur brings something new to classic cocktails like Manhattans, Singapore Slings, and Gin & Tonics. While most cherries are categorized as sweet or tart, Montmorency cherries maintain a unique balance between the two flavors that is not found in any other varietal. The result is a versatile liqueur with exceptional flavor in both cocktails and cooking."
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Pernod's distinctive flavor comes from the distillation of star anise with a number of aromatic herbs and plants. The original Pernod was an absinthe, though because of the controversy that surrounded the drink of Picasso, Baudelaire and Van Gogh, the ingredient responsible for the drink's hallucinatory effect was banned. Now absinthe free, this legendary product has become one of the best-known digestifs available today.
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This incredible liqueur is totally unique and can only be made with the special Pasila Mixe (Mee-Hay) chiles from the Sierra Norte Region of Oaxaca. The process begins in the high mountain fields where the chiles are ripened and hand picked. Smoke-dried in eathern ovens made of clay and bamboo, the chiles are smoldered for several days over a gentle fire to extract all the potential flavor. Each chile is inspected, cleaned and cut before being maceracted in cane-spirit for up to one year. When the flavor has been approved by the master blenders, a touch ...
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The Danish classic is making a comeback with the craft cocktail set. Its fresh, tart cherry character is the perfect balance to add both sweetness and acidity to your cocktail. If you love cherries, this is the adulterant for you. You can also sip it chilled or throw it in a spritz without much issue.
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Tempus Fugit is a California-based spirit brand that started with absinthe and specializes in liqueurs, aperitifs, cordials with history. This coffee liqueur was inspired by a 1755 recipe popularized at Yemen's Port of Mokha (or Mocha), once the center for coffee exports. This cordial stars fine Ethiopian coffee from the southern highlands, which are distilled with neutral spirit and blended with cold brewed cooffee and sweetened with a touch of sugar. This velvety, complex coffee liqueur reveals hints of dark berries and floral tones along with intense ...
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This magnificent Ancho Chili liqueur has been produced in Mexico since 1927. From the city of Puebla, the Reyes family became famous in the region for making the finest liqueur using the traditional chili of the area. The special Verde Liqueur is created using the still green Poblano Chiles harvested in August before they've fully ripened. The result is a bright, fresh, herbaceous and completely unique concoction that's perfect with agave and other white spirits. The crunchy acidity and fresh green vegetal flavors are what set the Verde apart from its sw...
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Mr. Black is the new cold brew coffee liqueur from one of the world's great coffee cultures - Australia. I don't know what it is about the Aussies and their beans, but they don't play around when it comes to coffee. They take high quality 100% Arabica coffee and roast it in house at their small distillery north of Sydney. Producing consistently concentrated cold brew and fine-tuning water composition, temperature and time are lifelong obsessions for both the distillery's head of coffee, Detlef Mohr, and Master Distiller, Philip Moore. The concentrated fl...
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Rothman & Winter Orchard Pear Liqueur combines juice from the seasonal harvest of Williams Pears with an eau-de-vie produced from the same fruit. Destillerie Purkhart carefully selects its pears each season from family orchards in both South Tirol (the Alto Adige) and the Danube Valley.
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According to the distillery: "Björk liqueur and Birkir snaps are made from birch and birch sap and boast a uniquely smooth, earthy flavour. The honey colouring, sweet taste and subtle nose provide a novel alternative for casual sipping and mixed in drinks. Björk is a fragrant liqueur handcrafted from distilled grain spirit, infused with Icelandic birch handpicked in the spring and with a finish of Icelandic birch syrup."
Price: $49.99

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