In the early days of cocktail-making orange liqueurs emerged as the most popular ingredients, figuring in a vast array of cocktails. Cointreau still remains one of the most famous liqueurs in the world - but nowadays, orange liqueurs are just a small part of a vast array of fruit liqueurs from all over the world.
A range of unusual liqueurs developed by Gabriel Boudier for use in the 3-Michelin-starred restaurants run by the Bernard Loiseau group. This one is made with strawberries and Tasmanian black pepper, which sounds rather amazing.
A range of unusual liqueurs developed by Gabriel Boudier for use in the 3-Michelin-starred restaurants run by the Bernard Loiseau group. This exotic beauty is flavoured with peach and hibiscus flower and should be fantastico.
A range of unusual liqueurs developed by Gabriel Boudier for use in the 3-Michelin-Starred restaurants run by the Bernard Loiseau group. Gingerbread and blackcurrant liqueur - sounds pretty good, right?
Over 200 grams of sloe berries go into each bottle of Professor Cornelius Ampleforth's 2014 vintage Sloe Gin. These are combined with botanicals including orange peel and cinnamon, which are infused with spirit produced in a pot still.
Grant's Morella Cherry Brandy was first produced in Kent in 1774, so they know what they're doing by now. The brand holds a Royal Warrant from The Prince of Wales, is mentioned in The Pickwick Papers and was also a favourite tipple of Queen Victoria, whose portrait appears on the packaging.
A flavoured rum based spirit from Bacardi combining strawberry with up-and-coming superfood Dragon Fruit, a weird looking beast with spiky pink and green skin that hides lightly coloured fresh pulp studded with crunchy black seeds.
The second in Sipsmith's range of fruit liqueurs, following up the very successful (and really rather tasty) sloe gin. This is a sweetened infusion of Damsons in their barley based vodka for a clean fruity burst.
A truly delicious whiskey based liqueur from Rock Town. This blends their unaged 'Arkansas Lightning' with natural apple juice, cinnamon and apple spices. Something that has been made illicitly throughout Arkansas for generations, hence the strapline "just like granddaddy used to make" on the label.