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.
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.
High-quality orange liqueur from French artisan producer. All the Briottet range have proper 'real' fruit flavour integrity - they taste like the fruit itself, not some confected approximation. Highly recommended.
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.
A cinnamon-flavoured liqueur from Rock Town. This blends their unaged corn-based Arkansas Lightning with cinnamon flavours. Something that has been made illicitly throughout Arkansas for generations, hence the strapline "just like granddaddy used to make" on the label.
Bittermens Amère Nouvelle is an American interpretation of a classic Alsatian liqueur. Made with bitter orange, gentian and other spices, this will works in classic cocktails such as the Brooklyn and Liberal.
Created by Mark Douglas Hill, Bloodshot Vodka spirit is distilled from wheat, firstly in the UK's tallest tower still and then in a copper pot still that's over 100 years old. Botanicals including chipotle chillies, black pepper, lemon peel and cayenne pepper are macerated in the vodka for 36 hours. This, when blended with lemon, lime, Worcestershire sauce and Port, result in a spicy and fiery drink.
A rum based liqueur, made by combining Bielle's agricole rhum with cane sugar syrup and natural flavours. Made on the island of Marie Galante, which lies off the south eastern coast of Guadeloupe, this makes a fantastic digestif.
Schelvispekel is a spicy Dutch liqueur produced using brandy and a secret blend of spices. The name translates as 'haddock brine', not a nod to the ingredients, rather that the drink is reminiscent of one early-20th century haddock fishermen would drink to keep them warm on their days at sea,