A miniature bottle of Spanish liqueur Licor 43. The ingredients include citrus and other fruit juices, vanilla and aromatic herbs and spices, there are 43 of them in total, giving the liqueur its name. Marketed as 'conjuring a feeling of summer'.
A miniature bottle of the cult Czech herbal liqueur. Becherovka's recipe is, as with every herby liqueur, a well-kept secret, although we suspect there's at least some anise and cinnamon in the mix. It's great served as a frozen shot, or with tonic water.
A miniature botle of Chartreuse's Yellow Liqueur. A milder, sweeter, more approachable Chartreuse more suited for the uninitiated. Remarkably, no Chartreuse products contain any artificial colourings - the colour comes from the ingredients.
A miniature bottle of Charteuse's Green Liqueur. The Chartreuse most of us recognise from Granny's drinks cabinet. Not to everyone's taste, but for those brave enough to approach with an open mind, this is a remarkable and delicious liqueur.
A miniature bottle of Midori, the world famous melon liqueur from Suntory. Made from Japanese yubari and musk melons, with it's name meaning verdant, vibrant green in Japanese this is perfect for cocktails or in long drinks.
A mini bottle of the Alex Kammerling created ginseng spirit, Kamm & Sons. Made with 45 botanicals including fresh grapefruit peel, manuka honey and, of course, lots of ginseng. Strangely medicinal and great as a counterpoint to spirits in cocktails, or mixed with tonic, bitter lemon or ginger beer.
A miniature bottle of Luxardo's Kirsch Liqueur de Cuisine. As the name suggests, this intense cherry brandy is intended to be used in cooking. This handy sized version means you don't need to buy a whole bottle at once.
Mozart's latest foray in to the world of chocolate spirits - a chocolate flavoured bitters, made by macerating cocoa in sugar cane distillate, then adding natural spice flavour extracts to make an intense flavouring for your cocktails.