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Liqueur Features and Reviews

As liqueurs are quickly becoming bigger stars of the mixed-drink world, more varieties are popping up. Flavored with fruit, herbs, nuts, spices, flowers or cream, these sugary cocktail counterparts are beginning to take center stage.

Current Liqueurs

Jägermeister blends 56 secret ingredients to deliver this licorice-flavored liqueur

This hunter-inspired German classic combines 56 secret herbs and spices to make a licorice-flavored liqueur.

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Corbin Sweet Potato Liqueur is made from 100 percent estate-grown sweet potatoes

Corbin Cash Sweet Potato Liqueur
Made from 100 percent sweet potatoes grown on the Corbin estate, this liqueur is distilled and aged in American white-oak casks with brown sugar and a blend of spices and extracts.

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Somrus Indian Cream Liqueur is a smooth blend of saffron, cardamom, pistachio, almond and rose

Somrus Indian Cream Liqueur
Inspired by a traditional creamy Indian dessert calls Ras Malai, SomruS blends exotic flavors of cardamom, saffron, pistachio, almond and rose. It's great for cocktails, poured over fruit and baked into desserts.

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Not just for coffee, Baileys is a key ingredient in many other cocktails

Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur
The perfect blend of Irish dairy cream, aged Irish whiskey, fine spirits, and chocolate. This liquer makes the most delectable Irish coffee!

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Agwa De Bolivia, a one-of-a-kind coca leaf liqueur

Agwa De Bolivia Coca Leaf Liqueur
Crafted in Amsterdam using the finest Bolivian coca leaves, this intricate liqueur contains more than 30 different herbs and botanicals, including African mint and Chinese green tea.

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