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 coffee and vanilla to the more esoteric delights of poppy, balsamico and Japanese Umeshu plum.
The follow-up to the original blue Hpnotiq, Harmonie is a mix of French Vodka, berries, violets, lavender and a 'Touch of Cognac'. It's one for those who love their drinks pink and icy, working either on its own in or one of Hpnotiq's huge range of signature cocktails.
A chocolate liqueur from Dutch producer Zuidam, who also produce thier own gin, vodka and single malt and rye whiskies. Made by macerating cocoa beans in alcohol for 8 months. This is then combined with vanilla pod extract, sugar and cognac.
Formerly known as Amaretto Mascarada, Saliza is made by the famous grappa producer Tosolini and is a cut above standard-issue amarettos with a delightful lightness and intense yet elegant marzipan flavours.
A danish liqueur made by combining vodka with Tyrkisk Peber sweets - hard candy coated and filled with salmiakki (salty liquorice) powder, as well as being flavoured with it as well. Not one for the faint hearted.
A bottle of Freihof Jagertee - the mix of overproof rum and black tea. The company has been making spirits in the Austrian town of Lustenau, on the Swiss border, since 1885. Add one part to 2-3 parts hot water for a delicious warm drink.
Bittermen's Amére Sauvage is a liqueur made using only French yellow gentian root - an American take on a classic Italian Amaro. Use 1 part of this with 1 part gin and 1 part vermouth for a white negroni.
Goccia Nera is a liquorice-based liqueur from Italian masters Evangelista. Evangelista is a family owned company founded by Mayor Antonio Evangelista in 1907 in the Chieti region of central Italy, a particularly cold mountainous area.
Roots Rakomelo is a combination of raki with honey, cinnamon and clove buds, this can be drunk either warm in the winter or chilled in the summer. Rakomelo was first produced in the 12th century and is a traditional Greek drink.