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  1. Classic Liqueur Sambuca

    Classic Liqueur Sambuca

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    Usually associated with French Anisette, or Italian Sambuca, this pungent liqueur has a long history. References to anise drinks have been found in a number of Latin texts, and anise cordials were used medicinally aboard ships. The name originated with the Moors who called it 'Zambur'.The flavour is derived from the essential oils of anise and fennel. Learn More
  2. Classic Liqueur Peach Schnapps

    Classic Liqueur Peach Schnapps

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    Everybody's modern favorite, Peach Schnapps has only recently been developed, but is already very popular. It is a complex blend of fresh and ripe peaches, not high in alcohol, and has found a place in cocktails. Learn More
  3. Classic Liqueur Mexican Coffee

    Classic Liqueur Mexican Coffee

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    Usually associated with French Anisette, or Italian Sambuca, this pungent liqueur has a long history. References to anise drinks have been found in a number of Latin texts, and anise cordials were used medicinally aboard ships. The name originated with the Moors who called it 'Zambur'.The flavour is derived from the essential oils of anise and fennel. Learn More
  4. Classic Liqueur Mead

    Classic Liqueur Mead

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    The Drink of the Gods, mead has a long history. It may well be the oldest recorded fermented beverage. Mead figures prominently in the tales of Scandinavia and the Vikings. The Celts were drinking it in 500 A.D. There are indications that the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Ethiopians, Scandinavians, Assyrian, Incas and Aztec used mead, both in festivals and as a religious drink. Honey, and by association, mead, have been attributed with such powers as that of an aphrodisiac, and it has been said in times gone by that it imbues the drinker with attributes such as life, wisdom, courage and strength. Enjoy Mead Liqueur (also known as Ambrosia) a true descendant of the Drink of the Gods. Learn More
  5. Classic Liqueur Irish Cream

    Classic Liqueur Irish Cream

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    Irish Cream Liqueur has a lovely butterscotch/caramel scent. It is slightly thick when poured and has the colour of coffee with extra cream. The taste is pure heaven and is made from a mix of cream, sugar, chocolate and coffee and our 20% homebrew. It is our only cream liqueur and we are very proud of it. Learn More
  6. Classic Liqueur Hazelnut Brandy

    Classic Liqueur Hazelnut Brandy

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    In common with other nutty liqueur, hazelnut brandy is made by the maceration of grated hazelnuts in pure grain alcohol, followed by distillation and sweetening. Frequently, certain herbs are added to obtain a unique taste. Learn More
  7. Classic Liqueur Forest Berry Schnapps

    Classic Liqueur Forest Berry Schnapps

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    It has long been known that the leaves and berries of the blackcurrant bush made a delicious tea, and that it had medicinal virtues. A sweet non-alcoholic blackcurrant extract used to be added to bitter aperitifs in the bistros of Paris. It was not long before and alcoholic version was available. Our version is a blend of blackcurrant with other berries, leaving a memorable taste. Learn More
  8. Classic Liqueur Coconut Rum

    Classic Liqueur Coconut Rum

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    Legend says that the connection between coconut and rum was established by the traditional marriage ceremony in the Caribbean in which a bridegroom presented a rum-filled coconut to his bride. Learn More
  9. Classic Liqueur Chocolate Mint Schnapps

    Classic Liqueur Chocolate Mint Schnapps

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    This relatively new liqueur attracts chocolate lovers, and who is not? Developed by specialist blender Peter Hallgarten, the original: Royal Mint Chocolate, took two years to develop, and, as he put it, was like composing a piece of music. Learn More
  10. Classic Liqueur Cherry Brandy

    Classic Liqueur Cherry Brandy

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    A typical steeped fruit liqueur, its origins are traced to Peter Heering who first made it in 1818. The cherries are crushed, and together with other herbs are steeped in spirit in large wooden vats for several months. It improves with age. Learn More

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