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Though the Swedish liqueur Xanté has gained popularity in Europe, particularly in its native land, it has only recently made the transition stateside in the past few years. Whereas in Europe, the pear- and Cognac-based liqueur is often consumed neat...
For those who prefer their vodka in mixed drinks, X-Rated Fusion Liqueur poured over ice is an easy alternative to mixing a Cosmopolitan at home. The 34-proof blend hailing from the Cognac region of France is vodka infused with blood...
Mary Poppins once sang, "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” After a long day of cooking, cleaning and flying, Ms. Poppins might have relaxed with a glass of Wild Turkey American Honey, neat. While prim and...
Want to catch a buzz, be a trendsetter, live green and support the rainforest? Who can resist that sales pitch? The 70-proof, all-natural liqueur Veev, seems to be a marketer’s dream. But even if it doesn’t live up to all...
Back in the 70s, Elton John extolled the virtues of drinking "Elderberry Wine." But one taste of St-Germain today could easily inspire him to wax poetically on Elderflower Liqueur. St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur is the creation of Robert Cooper, third generation...
As the first liqueur of its kind available in the United States, Soho Lychee Liqueur makes a fine addition to restaurants and home bars as an ingredient for exotic mixed drinks, as well as straight from the bottle. Lychees, also...
You’ve enjoyed sparkling water and sparkling wine. Are you ready for a 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. We tasted...
We grew up with the iconic coffee liqueur, and remember walking back across the border with a newly-purchased bottle the first time we visited Mexico. But we were surprised to learn that the more-than-80-years-old brand had diversified greatly. While the...
In most agricultural production, workers typically take the fruits and leave the rest. If the tree, bush or vine flowers, we happily enjoy the sight and scent of them, but we don't harvest them. The makers of June Liqueur, though,...