List of liqueurs

Liqueurs are alcoholic beverages that are bottled with added sugar and have added flavours that are usually derived from fruits, herbs, or nuts. Liqueurs are distinct from eaux-de-vie, fruit brandy, and flavored liquors, which contain no added sugar. Most liqueurs range between 15% and 55% alcohol by volume.

A selection of liqueurs

Berry liqueurs

Chocolate liqueurs

Coffee liqueurs

A coffee liqueur is a caffeinated alcoholic drink that consists of coffee and a shot of liqueur.

Bottles of Sombai Anise & Coffee rice liqueur
Midnight Espresso coffee liqueur
  • Allen's Coffee Brandy
  • Amaro 1716 Café du Soir
  • Black Canyon Distillery, Richardo's Decaf Coffee Liqueur
  • Café Rica – a Costa Rican coffee liqueur[1]
  • Caffè Borghetti - an Italian coffee liqueur
  • Kahlúa – a Mexican coffee liqueur[2]
  • Kavalan Distillery Sweet coffee liqueur
  • Kamora
  • Liqueurious Coffea Coffee Liqueur
  • Liqueurious Coffea Decaf Coffee Liqueur
  • Licor de café - a Galician coffee liqueur
  • Midnight Espresso Regular Coffee Liqueur
  • Midnight Espresso Decaf Coffee Liqueur
  • Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur
  • Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Amaro
  • Patrón XO Cafe
  • Sheridan's – an Irish coffee liqueur
  • Sombai Anise & Coffee rice liqueur
  • Flor de Caña Spresso – a Nicaraguan coffee liqueur[3]
  • San Andre (Goa)
  • St. George Spirits NOLA Coffee Liqueur
  • Tia Maria
  • Toussaint Coffee Liqueur – a Haitian coffee liqueur[4]
  • B52 Coffee Liqueur

Cream liqueurs

A bottle and glass of Carolans
  • Advocaat
  • Amarula (sugar, cream, and the fruit of the African marula tree Origin: South Africa)
  • Baileys Irish Cream
  • Coole Swan Irish Cream Liqueur
  • Carolans
  • Crema Fina
  • Cruzan Rum Cream
  • Dooley's
  • DV8 Gold
  • DV8 Pink Gin
  • Heather Cream (Scottish cream liqueur - discontinued)
  • Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur
  • Ponche crema
  • Rompope
  • RumChata
  • Sangster's
  • Saint Brendan's Irish Cream Liqueur
  • Tequila Rose
  • Vana Tallinn Cream
  • Vermeer Dutch Chocolate Cream Liqueur
  • Voodoo Cream Liqueur

Crème liqueurs

A bottle and glass of Crème de cassis

Flower liqueurs

A bottle of Crème de Violette
  • Crème de violette (violet)
  • Creme Yvette (violet, vanilla)
  • Rosolio (various)
  • Italicus
  • St-Germain (elderflower)

Fruit liqueurs

A bottle of homemade limoncello
Note: Kirsch and Slivovitz are fruit brandies rather than liqueurs.

Herbal liqueurs

Note: the exact recipes of many herbal liqueurs (which may contain 50 or more different herbs) are often closely guarded trade secrets. The primary herbal ingredients are listed where known.

Anise-flavored liqueurs

A bottle of Licor Aniz Escarchado
A bottle of ouzo
Bottles of Sombai Anise & Coffee rice liqueur
Note: Absinthe, Arak, Rakı, Ouzo and similar anise-flavored beverages contain no sugar and thus are flavored liquors rather than liqueurs.
  • Aguardiente/Aguardente (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Portugal)
  • Anís (Spain, Argentina, Perú)
  • Licor Aniz Escarchado, (Portugal)
  • Anisette (France)
  • Centerbe (Italy; infusion of 100 high mountain herbs)
  • Galliano (Italy)
  • Herbsaint (United States)
  • Passione Nera (Italy)
  • Pastis (France)
  • Patxaran (Spain)
  • Ricard (France)
  • Sambuca (Italy)
  • Sombai Anise & Coffee (Cambodia)
  • Vespetrò (Italy)
  • Xtabentún (Mexico)

See also Category:Anise liqueurs and spirits

Other herbal liqueurs

"Altvater" by Gessler, originally from Austrian Silesia
Demänovka (33 %) - produced in Slovakia
  • Allasch (caraway, flavoured with bitter almonds, angelica, orange)
  • Agwa de Bolivia (37 herbs)
  • Altvater
  • Amaro
  • Becherovka (anise seeds, cinnamon, and other herbs)
  • Beirão (seeds and herbs from around the world)
  • Barrow's Intense Ginger Liqueur(Handmade in Brooklyn, NY with Fresh Ginger)
  • Bénédictine (27 herbs and spices)
  • Boilo (a homemade Christmas liqueur from the Pennsylvania Coal Region)
  • Calisaya (cinchona calisaya bark, Seville orange extract and other botanicals)
  • Canton (spirits, brandy, six varieties of ginger, ginseng, and honey)
  • Chartreuse (130 herbal extracts) Green and Yellow versions
  • Cynar (artichoke)
  • Danzig Goldwasser (gold leaf, roots, and herbs)
  • Everglo (tequila, vodka, caffeine, and ginseng)
  • Fernet (myrrh, rhubarb, chamomile, cardamom, aloe, and saffron)
  • Galliano (30 herbs)
  • Gammel Dansk Bitter Dram (a Danish digestif bitter with 29 herbs)
  • Goldschläger (cinnamon, with gold leaf)
  • Jaan Paan Liqueur (sweet paan flavored)
  • Jägermeister (56 herbs)
  • Killepitsch (combination of 90 fruits, berries, herbs, and spices)
  • the King's Ginger liqueur, a Berry Bros 1903 formulation to revivify Edward VII from cold car journeys
  • Krupnik (honey and up to 50 different herbs)
  • Kümmel (caraway seed, cumin, and fennel)
  • Mamajuana (rum, tree barks, herbs, spices and honey)
  • Mastica (mastic resin)
  • Mastichato (Mastic resin)
  • Menta (peppermint liqueur)
  • Metaxa
  • Minttu (peppermint liqueur)
  • Riga Black Balsam (Rigas Melnais Balzams)
  • Singeverga (herbs and spices) – Made by monks at the Singeverga Monastery in Porto, Portugal, it is a sweet-tasting liqueur[6]
  • Sơn Tinh (Vietnamese traditional and contemporary herbal recipes infused in aged rice spirit)
  • Strega (70 herbs, including mint, fennel, and saffron)
  • Tubi 60 (Lemon, citrus, tree barks, spices, herbs: ginger, mint, anise, saffron, turmeric, cumin and others)
  • Underberg (a German digestif bitter)
  • Unicum (more than 40 herbs)
  • Yomeishu – first made by Sokan Shiozawa in 1602[7][8]

Honey liqueurs

Nut-flavored liqueurs

  • Amaretto (almonds, or the almond-like kernels from apricots, peaches, cherries, or similar stone fruits)
  • Disaronno (apricot kernel oil)
  • Frangelico (hazelnuts and herbs)
  • Kahana Royale - a macadamia nut liqueur produced in Hawaii
  • Nocello (walnut and hazelnut)[9]
  • Nocino (unripe green walnuts)
  • Orahovac – a walnut liqueur[10] prepared using unripe green walnuts
  • Peanut liqueur
  • Peanut Lolita (peanut)
  • Pochteca Almond Liqueur
  • Ratafia (brandy flavored with almonds, fruit, or fruit kernels; also a flavored biscuit)
  • Rivulet – a pecan liqueur produced in Kentucky, United States[11]

Whisky liqueurs

  • Atholl Brose (Scotch whisky, Benromach single malt spirit, honey, secret spice recipe, from Gordon & Macphail)
  • Bruadar (Scotch whisky, honey, sloe)
  • Cock o' the North (single malt, blueberry)
  • Drambuie (Scotch, heather honey, herbs, and spices)
  • Eblana (Irish whiskey, coffee, honey, almond, peanut)
  • Famous Grouse liqueur (Scotch, bourbon, citrus, spices)
  • Fireball Cinnamon Whisky (Canadian whisky, cinnamon, spices)
  • Forty Creek Premium Cream Liqueur (Canadian whisky, vanilla, chocolate, caramel)
  • Glayva (Scotch, Seville oranges, spices, herbs, and honey)
  • Glenfiddich Malt liqueur (Scotch, citrus, pear, brown sugar)
  • Glenturret Malt liqueur (Glenturret single malt, honey, spices)
  • Heaven Hill (Evan Williams cherry, honey and apple orchard variations)
  • Irish Mist (aged Irish whiskey, heather and clover honey, aromatic herbs, and other spirits)
  • Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey (Jack Daniel's whiskey, honey)
  • Jeremiah Weed (Bourbon whiskey, orange, vanilla)
  • Jim Beam Honey (Jim Beam bourbon, honey)
  • Jim Beam Red Stag (Jim Beam bourbon with other flavorings – variations include black cherry, honey tea, and cinnamon spiced)
  • Lochan Ora (Chivas, honey, herbs and spices)
  • Murray Scottish Highland Liqueur (Scotch, honey, sloe)
  • Mystic Bourbon Liqueur (Bourbon, honey, spices)
  • Old Pulteney liqueur (Old Pulteney single malt, prune, spices)
  • Orangerie (Scotch, oranges, spices)
  • Rock and Rye (American rye whiskey, citrus, rock candy)
  • Sortilège Maple Whiskey Liqueur (Canadian whisky, maple syrup)
  • Stag's Breath (Speyside malts and fermented comb honey)
  • Southern Comfort (neutral grain spirits with whiskey, peach, orange and spice flavorings)
  • Sweet Revenge (liqueur) (Strawberry syrup, American whiskey)
  • Wallace Liqueur (Deanston single malt, Scottish berries, French herbs)
  • Wild Turkey American Honey (Wild Turkey (bourbon), honey, spices)
  • Yukon Jack (Canadian whisky, honey)

Other liqueurs

  • Advocaat (egg yolks and vanilla)
  • After Shock (several varieties, the most popular of which is cinnamon)
  • Agnes (orange peels, apples, vanilla and caraway seeds)
  • Ancho Reyes (poblano peppers)
  • Armada (spices and fruit)
  • Aurum (rum, tea, and tangerines)
  • Baczewski
  • Bärenfang (honey; one export version is named Bärenjäger)
  • Beechleaf noyau (Beech leaves and gin)
  • Bloody Oath (vodka, herbs and spices)
  • Campari (bitter and aromatic herbs, plants, and fruit)
  • Cynar (artichoke and other herbs and plants)
  • Damiana (herb of the same name)
  • Gabriel (cinnamon, apple, black pepper and peppermint)
  • Génépi (alpine flower of the same name)
  • Izarra (numerous herbs and other flavorings)
  • Jumbie (rum liqueur)
  • Kajmir (vanilla, brandy, and vodka)
  • kareek rum
  • Kännu Kukk
  • Licor de oro (whey, saffron and lemon peel)
  • Liqueurs de Sodabi - NeHo Likors (distilled, then flavoured, palm-wine; flavours include banana, cinnamon, pineapple, passion fruit; made by NeHo Likors in Togo)
  • Mesi (honey)
  • Palm wine (coconut wine)
  • Patxaran (Sloes, coffee beans, and vanilla pod)
  • Pimento (not the peppers stuffed into olives, but allspice; made in Jamaica by Wray and Nephews)
  • Returner (Earl Grey tea)
  • Qi (lapsang souchong tea, fruits, spices, and Chardonnay brandy)
  • Qi White (orange, ginger, clove, other herbs and spices, and white tea)
  • Rumpleminze (peppermint)
  • Salmiakki Koskenkorva (salmiakkikossu, salmari, salmiakki; originally Turkish pepper salty licorice)
  • Sève Fournier (Champagne cognac, cocoa sap, vanilla, iris, and plant extracts)
  • Sơn Tinh (Vietnamese Rượu Nếp, similar to Japanese sake)
  • Sorel or Sorrel (Jamaican white rum, pimento/allspice, clove, cassia, ginger, nutmeg, hibiscus)
  • Tuaca (brandy, vanilla, and citrus)
  • TY KU (Asian spirit base (sake and soju), with yuzu, honeydew, mangosteen, green tea, wolfberry, and ginseng)
  • Vana Tallinn (rum, citrus oil, vanilla, cinnamon, and other spices)
  • Vov (liqueur) (egg yolk, sugar and marsala wine)
  • Voyant Chai Cream (a chai-flavoured liqueur containing oak-aged rum, cream, black tea, vanilla, and spices)
  • Y Chilli (cinnamon, chili peppers, and other ingredients)

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