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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 the main stage with recipes that are liqueur-centric, such as the Chartreuse Swizzle featured on our Top 10 Cocktails list. From the herbal Harlem Liqueur and the blissfully-sweet Zen Green Tea Liqueur to the flowery St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, we've got reviews of top brands.



Featured Liqueur Reviews


DRINK YOUR BREAKFAST
Mama Walker's Liqueurs
Want some bacon in your cocktail? How about a donut? Learn more about Mama Walker's three new liqueurs: Maple Bacon, Glazed Donut and Blueberry Pancake.
Mama Walker's Glazed Donut is a 70-proof liqueur that can be sipped straight or on the rocks

Southern Comfort Bold Black Cherry is 70 proof and retails for $17
BOLD NEW FLAVORS
Southern Comfort
Is it a whiskey? Discover the truth about Southern Comfort, learn about its assortment of flavors (Fiery Pepper, anyone?) and get a refreshing cocktail recipe.

A SNEAK PREVU
Prévu Sparkling Liqueur
Imported from France, Prévu consists of a neutral spirit base of vodka and Cognac blended with blackcurrant, blackberry, raspberry and violet for flavor and aromatics.
Prevu Sparkling Liqueur tastes great fresh out of the bottle and will last over a week with the proper closure

Mariposa Agave Nectar Liqueur makes for a versatile cocktail ingredient
AFLUTTER WITH AGAVE
Mariposa Agave Nectar Liqueur
Made from agave nectar, pure agave tequila, vodka, rose oil and gardenia, Mariposa is a brand new liqueur that makes for a versatile cocktail ingredient.

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Top 10 Spirits

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(Updated: 09/16/13 BH)

Celebrate the arrival of spring with the season's finest special releases, including a grapefruit DIPA, a smoked beer and a sour saison ale.

Enjoy the recent rye Renaissance by downing these fine whiskeys straight or hearken back to their heyday and mix them in an Old-Fashioned.