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.
An award winning Canadian Sweet Paan Liqueur. Sweet Paan is traditionally made as a Betel Leaf wrap with coconut, fruit preserves and gulkand (a sweet preserve of rose petals). Jaan Paan Liqueur is made by blending grain spirit with maple syrup and a range of exotic herbs and spices, creating a fusion of eastern and western flavours.
A tobacco liqueur from Jade, made in very limited qualities due to their use of very rare Louisiana Perique tobacco. Made to have none of the toxic risks of home-made tobacco infusions and great as a smoky addition to cocktails.
A stunning French liqueur made with top-quality VSOP & XO cognacs and flavoured with Vietnamese ginger alongside ginseng and vanilla. Domaine de Canton will introduce a deliciously intense gingery edge to all manner of cocktails and fusion cuisine.
A very rare 1960s bottle of kummel made by the Branca brothers in Italy, who today are considerably more famous for their Fernet and Menta bitter tonics. Please note that the level in this bottle is rather low.
A litre of 1950s Goccia d'Oro, a citrus-based liqueur translating literally as 'Drop of Gold' from Italian producers Branca, who are considerably more famous for their Fernet and Menta bitter tonics. Evidently they have (or had) some other strings to their bow.