Liqueurs are now made in a staggering variety of flavours - in this section you will find some of the weirdest and most wonderful drinks from all corners of the globe, from everyday flavours such as coffe and vanuilla to the more esoteric delights of poppy, balsamico and Japanese Umeshu plum.
A very off-the-wall alternative to port, Rubis is a chocolate-flavoured Spanish fortified wine made from the Tempranillo grape (more usually seen in Rioja) and infused with a luxurious chocolate essence. Chocolate AND red wine?! The ladies are going to love this.
A half litre bottle of Advocaat from Warnincks. 'Scharreleieren' is Dutch for 'free-range eggs', from which this is made. These are blended with vanilla, sugar and brandy to produce this ever-popular liqueur, a staple for many at Christmas.
Bols's latest innovation - alcoholic foams delivered from the bottle. This 20cl bottle will produce about 2 litres of Amaretto flavoured foam to top your drinks, cocktails, coffee or whatever else takes your fancy.
A bottle of Bols White Cacao which can be used to produce 2 litres of alcoholic foam when combined with the supplied pump. The foam should hold for about 15 minutes and works great on top of drinks and desserts.
From the popular Dutch producer Bols, comes a Green Tea liqueur. Made by a percolation of Japanese green tea leaves, this works well as an accompaniment to sushi and dim sum. Can also be served as along drink with tonic.