Part of the Giffard 'Premium' range of liqueurs this is a real "black raspberry liqueur". It is flavoured by a slow maceration of mûroise berries, a natural hybrid of blackberry and raspberry specially cultivated in Le Verger du Cleray, France.
Part of Giffard’s ‘Premium’ liqueur range, this cassis liqueur is made by the slow maceration of ‘Noir de Bougogne’ blackcurrants in neutral alcohol. The complexity and depth of flavour is increased by the addition of an infusion of cassis buds.
This special blend of Grand Marnier was created in 1927 by Louis-Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the company’s foundation. It was first served at a reception held at the Villa des Cèdres, the former home of King Leopold II of Belgium, on the Côte d’Azur.
An exceptional Grand Marnier created in 1977 by the Chairman of the company, Jacques Marnier-Lapostolle, to celebrate the company's 150th anniversary. It was for many years reserved exclusively for the Marnier-Lapostolle family and their close friends. It is now available in very limited quantities.
This superb cherry liqueur from the Grand Marnier stable is made to an original recipe created by Jean-Baptiste Lapostolle when he founded his distillery in 1827. It is the oldest recipe still used by Marnier-Lapostolle.
Luxardo Maraschino is aged for two years in white Finnish ashwood vats before being put in bottles encased in hand-plaited straw - originally to make transportation safe and now a trade mark exported to over 60 countries.
Around twenty pounds of ripe Willians pears are required to make each bottle of Belle de Brillet pear liqueur. The pears are macerated in neutral alcohol and the essence blended with Brillet Cognac and sugar.
De Kuyper is perhaps best known for its cherry brandy liqueur and this new small batch limited edition cherry brandy is packaged in a bottle inspired by the original art deco style of De Kuyper’s cherry brandy bottle in the 1920s.
Quintessence is based on exceptionally old cognacs (between 25 and 105 years-old) sourced exclusively from the Grande Champagne region, many of them from the Marnier family's own Paradise (personal cellar) in Bourg Charente Castle. The final blend comprises of more than 20 different cognacs.
Based on Sipsmith Gin with added fruits, herb and spices, including Earl Grey tea, fresh Lemon Verbena and cucumber, this summer cup is bottled at 29% abv, a bottling strength selected to mimic the original Pimm's bottling.
Blended using 10 year-old Grand Champagne XO cognac and single cask pot still rum from Guyana. This most premium of apricot liqueurs is flavoured with apricots from Turkey and Rouges-Roussillon and Bergeron apricots from France, which are macerated, distilled and blended at De Kuyper's distillery.
With its silver seal and silver and blue label this special blend of Grand Marnier is clearly distinguishable from the regular Cordon Rouge. It is named after Louis-Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle, the original creator of Grand Marnier liqueur.
Mandarine Napoléon’s flavour comes from Mediterranean mandarin peel, which is macerated in alcohol with over 27 other botanicals (including green tea, clover, coriander and cumin). This deluxe Reserve Impériale version of Mandarine Napoléon is blended with Grande Champagne XO cognac.
Lejay crème de banane is flavoured with extract of Ecuadorian bananas produced by a flavour house in the south of France. The extract combines both a distillate and an infusion of the Ecuadorian bananas. The liqueur is balanced with 450g of sugar per litre.
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