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A liqueur is an aromatic, sweet alcoholic beverage, usually made from fruit, spices, herbs, or other natural ingredients. It is produced through the distillation or infusion of these ingredients in pure alcohol or an alcoholic blend, followed by a process of dilution and flavouring. The liqueur is then typically bottled at between 15% and 55% ABV. Liqueurs are often served as digestifs or used as ingredients in cocktails and mixed drinks. Some examples of popular liqueurs include Amaretto, Cointreau, Limoncello and Jägermeister.

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  • Amari
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  • Aperitif
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  • Absinthe
    Absinthe is a highly alcoholic, anise-flavored spirit that originated in the late 18th century in the Canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. It was popular in France, especially among artists and writers, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. However, due to its high alcohol content and reputation for causing hallucinations, absinthe was banned in many countries, including France, at the beginning of the 20th century. In recent years, absinthe has experienced a resurgence in popularity and is now widely available in many countries.
    The traditional way to serve absinthe is to dilute it with water and sugar, then drink it as an aperitif.
  • Limoncello
    Limoncello is a popular Italian liqueur made from lemon zest, alcohol, sugar, and water. It is typically served as an after-dinner digestif, either neat or on the rocks. Limoncello is typically made using lemon zest from the Sorrento lemon, a variety native to the Sorrento Peninsula region of Italy. The lemon zest is steeped in high-proof alcohol, such as vodka, to extract its flavor and aroma, and then mixed with a simple syrup made from sugar and water to balance its sweetness. The resulting liqueur is a yellow, lemon-flavored spirit with a strong lemon aroma and a sweet, tangy flavor.
  • Bols Liqueurs
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  • Briottet Liqueurs
    Briottet is a French company that specializes in the production of high-quality liqueurs. They offer a range of flavors including fruit-based, floral, and herbal liqueurs, each made using traditional methods and high-quality ingredients. Some of their popular flavors include Crème de Cassis, Crème de Framboise, and Crème de Violette.
  • Calabro Liqueurs
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  • Chartreuse Liqueur
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  • Doragrossa Liqueurs
    Doragrossa is a high-quality liqueur with a rich history. Born from ancient recipes passed down through time, it offers a blend of refined flavors and a unique taste. Doragrossa is a crafted excellence to be savored slowly, embodying a passion for distilling tradition.
  • Essentiae Lunae Liqueurs
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  • Giffard Liqueurs
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  • Liquori ISX
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  • Merlet Liqueur
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  • Quaglia Liqueurs
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  • Tassoni Liqueurs
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  • Tempus Fugit Liqueur
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  • Roots Liqueurs
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  • Marsala
    Marsala is a fortified Italian wine produced in the region of Sicily. Its history dates back to the 18th century when John Woodhouse, an English wine merchant, discovered the local wine and decided to fortify it with alcohol to increase its stability during long sea voyages. Marsala is primarily made using the grape varieties Grillo, Catarratto, and Inzolia. There are different types of Marsala, ranging from dry to sweet, and they are aged in wooden barrels for periods ranging from one to several decades. Marsala is characterized by a rich and complex flavor, with notes of dried fruit, caramel, and spices. It is often used in cooking to prepare sauces and desserts, as well as enjoyed as a dessert wine.
  • Porto
    Port is a sweet fortified wine originating from the Douro region in Portugal. Its history dates back over three centuries when wines were fortified with the addition of brandy to preserve them during the journey to England. Port is produced using a combination of different grape varieties, including Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, and Touriga Franca. After fermentation, the fortification process is carried out by adding brandy, which halts the fermentation and increases the alcohol content. Port is known for its intense and complex aromas, with notes of dried fruit, chocolate, and spices. It is aged in wooden barrels for several years, thus developing a structure and complexity that make it a premium wine. Port is often served as a dessert wine or paired with aged cheeses.
  • Sambuca
    Sambuca is an Italian liqueur with a strong anise flavor. Its history dates back to the 19th century when it was created as a variation of the ancient anise liqueur. Sambuca is produced through the distillation of star anise, fennel seeds, herbs, and spices. It is characterized by its sweet taste and distinctive aroma of anise. Sambuca is often served as a digestif after meals, traditionally accompanied by three coffee beans, which symbolize health, luck, and prosperity.
  • Sherry
    Sherry is a fortified wine originating from the Jerez region in Spain. Its history dates back over a thousand years when the Phoenicians began cultivating grapes in the region. Sherry is primarily produced using the Palomino, Pedro Ximénez, and Moscatel grape varieties. After fermentation, brandy is added to fortify the wine and increase its alcohol content. Sherry is known for its wide range of styles, from dry to sweet, including medium-dry and medium-sweet styles. This range of styles is a result of different aging and blending processes. Sherry can offer a wide array of aromas and flavors, including almonds, dried fruit, caramel, and spices. It is often served as an aperitif or as a dessert wine.
  • Vermouth
    Vermouth is a fortified wine flavored with various botanicals, such as herbs, spices, and fruits. It is a key ingredient in many classic cocktails, such as the Martini and Manhattan, and is often served as an aperitif. There are two main styles of vermouth: sweet (red) and dry (white). The alcohol content of vermouth is typically around 16-18% ABV.
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