A intensely green Curacao (orange-flavoured) liqueur from Lejay-Lagoute, one of the oldest French liqueur producers. Substitute for triple sec to make your Margaritas a terrifying green - brillant all year round, but particularly at Halloween.
A superb white mint liqueur (creme de menthe) from top-end producer Lejay-Lagoute. Creme de menthe is often overlooked now, but this is a terrific and versatile ingredient - especially with anything mocha or chocolate-based.
A delicious bilberry liqueur from Lejay-Lagoute, packaged in their recognisable reto-styled bottle. The bilberry is often confused with the blueberry, of which it is a close relative, but is richer and more fully-flavoured. Try this with sparkling wine instead of cassis for a superbly alternative kir royale. Will also greatly enhance fruit pies and cakes.
One of Merlet's special series of cognac-based liqueurs, this C2 Cassis and Cognac is a cut above your standard blackcurrant liqueur. Bottled at a generous 33% abv, this will make an awesome (and potent) Kir Royale.
A rather special Venetian grappa from boutique producer Caliera. This is rather smooth and flavoursome, nothing like the standard firewater some restaurant owners in Italy give to English tourists as a practical joke.