Agwa - Bolivian Cocoa Leaf Liqueur

The only coca leaf liquor in the world with 32 grams of coca leaf in each bottle. Agwa, a natural herbal product can be cut to make sensational shots, marvelous martini's and classy cocktails Agwa de Bolivia Coca Leaf Liqueur is a natural herbal drink made with Bolivian Coca leaf, Amazonian...


B & B 375ml

DESCRIPTION : Deep amber-orange hue. Pungent spice and herb aromas. A smooth, mildly sweet attack leads to a medium-bodied, mildly viscous palate. Complex, lingering finish. Intense, warming and unique. A classic. SCORE : 95 TASTING LOCATION : Tasted under ideal conditions at the Beverage. Testing Institute Inc., in Chicago.


B & B 750ml.

DESCRIPTION : Deep amber-orange hue. Pungent spice and herb aromas. A smooth, mildly sweet attack leads to a medium-bodied, mildly viscous palate. Complex, lingering finish. Intense, warming and unique. A classic. SCORE : 95 TASTING LOCATION : Tasted under ideal conditions at the Beverage. Testing Institute Inc., in Chicago.



DESCRIPTION: Deep amber-orange hue. Pungent spice and herb aromas. A smooth, mildly sweet attack leads to a medium-bodied, mildly viscous palate. Complex, lingering finish. Intense, warming and unique. A classic. SCORE: 95 TASTING LOCATION: Tasted under ideal conditions at the Beverage. Testing Institute Inc., in Chicago.


Bitter Truth EXR Krauter Liqueur

The Bitter Truth E**X**R« is a herbal liqueur that blurs the lines of conventional wisdom. Firmly rooted in the traditions of both classic sweet vermouths and alpine digestive tonics. Enjoy E**X**R in a pre-dinner Manhattan or Negroni or enjoy it neat after a rich meal to aid digestion. It’s as delicate...


Byrrh Grand Quinquina

Byrrh Grand Quinquina is made to the original late 19th century recipe that earned fame both in France and overseas. Its long legacy is also documented by a half century of magnificent poster art. This aperitif brings together cinchona (quinine), exotic spices and botanicals onto a base of mistilles and local...


Chartreuse Green

The GREEN CHARTREUSE is the only green liqueur in the world with a completely natural colour. It is powerful and different. Only three brothers know the names of the 130 plants and how to blend and to distill them. They are also the only ones who know which plants they have...


Chartreuse Yellow

Milder and sweeter than the famous Green Chartreuse, Yellow Chartreuse was introduced to the world in 1838. It also is presented in the traditional Chartreuse liqueur bottle embossed with the seal of La Grande Chartreuse. Its colour is entirely natural with no artificial flavours or preservatives. It, too, can be enjoyed...


Cocchi Americano

Made to the same recipe since 1891, this extraordinary aperitif wine has long been a staple of Asti. On a base of Moscato di Asti is infused a blend of herbs, fruit and spices, most notably cinchona, gentian and citrus, and laid down for a year before being released. In Piemonte...


Damiana Liqueur

Damiana Liqueur is a light herbal based liqueur from Mexico. It's made with the Damiana herb, that grows in Baja California, Mexico. It has great mixability and tastes great as a shooter. The bottle is shaped like a pregnant woman and is modeled after the Incan God of Fertility. The Damiana...


Esprit de June Liqueur

In French, esprit is the soul, the spirit and a state-of-mind. L'Esprit de June is a unique, rare liqueur crafted with the fleeting vine-flowers of Ugni Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and other grape varietals, blossoming for only a few days in June. Warm, shinning and intriguing, L'Esprit de June captures the...



In 1986, a talented Italian distiller, Arturo Vaccari, by blending local and exotic ingredients such as star anise and vanilla, gave birth to a new spirit. He named his creation Galliano after Maggiore Galliano, hero of the East African wars at the end of the 19th century. Galliano Liquore soon travelled...



Jägermeister ("hunt master") is a German bitter liqueur that is a complex blend of 56 herbs, fruits and spices. It should be served icy cold to tame its assertive herbal ...


Jeermiah Weed Original 100 proof

Jeremiah Weed’s Blended Bourbon is a 90 proof bourbon liqueur distilled in Kentucky. People love it for its strong and somewhat sweet taste that is second to none. Bourbon Liquor is the Bourbon taste you love and enjoy made into 100 proof liqueur. Grab a glass and take your taste buds...


Jeppson's Malort

Jeppson’s Malört is Chicago’s local beskbrännvin a style of bitter, wormwood-based, Swedish schnapps. First developed during medieval times for its supposed medicinal benefits, it’s traditionally associated with the farms of Skåne, in Sweden, where wormwood grows wild. In the early 1900s, it was the most ubiquitous drink in Sweden and accompanied...


Luxardo Abano Amaro

Amaro means bitter. In this Amaro are infused 7 herbs and roots including cardamom, cinnamon and bitter orange peel. Amaro Abano is a medium bitter, popular in Italy; it is drunk straight after a meal with or without ice to help digestion. COLOR Dark brown with an orange rim. AROMA Sweetish...


Marie Brizard Parfait Amour

An unexpected encounter of Spanish oranges, violets and vanilla from Madagascar, Parfait Amour will surprise you with its sweetness and purity. Taste it on ice or use it in colorful cocktails.


Rothman & Winter Crème de Violette

Among the native wildflowers found in the Alps are the Queen Charlotte and March Violets. Elegant in its simplicity, this authentic Crème de Violette captures their fragrance, vibrant colors, and taste. Enjoy this liqueur in classic cocktails such as the Blue Moon or Aviation, or as an ingredient in continental cuisine....


Sage Liqueur


Salers Aperitif

One of the most classic of French aperitifs is a pour of gentiane liqueur on the rocks with a squeeze of lemon. Salers is today the oldest of the producers and also from the Massif Central, birthplace to this style of product. Unlike the large corporate producers that today add artificial...


Spirts of St. Louis Vermont Night

Vermont Night is our oak aged Whiskey liqueur, sweetened with Vermont maple syrup. In 2010 it won a Silver Medal at the ADI Conference, and it 2011 it won a Gold Medal and Best of Category. The Beverage Testing Institute reviewed the Vermont Night and it scored a 91 awarding it...


St. Germain Elderflower Liquor

How is it, one might ask, that in the countless decades during which fine European spirits have been crafted, never before has a liqueur such as St-Germain debuted? The answer, like St-Germain itself, is artfully complex. First, let us consider the dainty elderflower blossoms themselves. While by no means rare, these fragile flowers are, in contrast, maddeningly ephemeral once picked. In a matter of days they begin to lose their delicate fragrance and flavor. It is in the foothills of the Alps for only a few days in late spring, where delicate blossoms are gathered to make the liqueur. In order to acquire enough of the flowers during the short 2- to 3- week window of blossoming, French farmers are organized to deliver sacks of the elderflower blossoms to local depots, some using specially rigged bicycles. So Notwithstanding bohemian friends and their two-wheeled delivery system, speed is of the essence. This helps to explain why elderflower in the bar trade has traditionally been available only as a non-alcoholic syrup – what some Europeans refer to as a cordial – extracted from freeze-dried or frozen flowers. This sort of concoction tends to be cloyingly sweet and frustratingly inconsistent – traits a bar-tender must occasionally endure amongst his clientele, but never, we hope, amongst his ingredients. As we were saying, speed is crucial to preserving the freshness and flavor of these fragile blossoms. To that end, they arrive at the distillery post-haste and are immediately macerated to capture the freshest flavor. Here again is another reason nothing like St-Germain has ever been created before. Traditional maceration processes yield little flavor from these tiny blossoms. Unfortunately, the other customary option, pressing the flowers, causes a regrettable bitterness. To create St Germain, it was necessary, then, to invent and perfect an entirely new method of persuading the elderflower to give up its prized essence while retaining one-of-a-kind flavor. Needless to say, this new process is our proud family secret. Returning to old-world techniques, the next step is to marry the elderflower maceration with eau-de-vie or grape spirit, just as artisanal distillers have done for ages. Here three generations of experience are called upon in creating fine French liqueurs dating back to 1884. From there, the resulting spirit is blended with just enough cane sugar to enhance the natural flavor of the blossoms. The result, after painstaking refinements to every subtlety of the recipe, is a clean floral nose with hints of pear, peach and grapefruit zest. Most importantly, one will note the wonderfully fresh flavor of the elderflowers, available for the first time in a finely balanced artisanal liqueur.


Strega Liquore

Born from the steam distillation in small pot stills of approximately 70 herbs and valuable spices from Europe, Central America and the Orient. Perfectly natural product, it obtains its typical yellow colour from the saffron added to the alcoholic infusion; then a long fermentation in oak vats concurs to the perfect...


Thatchers Chipotle Liqueur

Gently spiced aromas whirl over your taste buds from the smoke-dried Chipotle peppers with hits of sweetness. Give your Bloody Mary a kick or spice up other vodka based cocktails.


The Bitter Truth Pimento Dram Allspice Liqueur

The Bitter Truth - Pimento Dram is a spicy liqueur which is based on selected pimento/allspice berries (also called jamaicapepper) and the finest Jamaican rum. The pimento or pimiento is the berry from which the spice allspice is derived. English explorers coined the term allspice because the berry seemed to encapsulate...


The Bitter Truth Violet Liqueur

The Bitter Truth - Violet Liqueur is made from wild violet blossoms that grow in the Alps which are then added to the finest grain spirit. Liqueurs date back centuries and are historical descendants of herbal medicines that were primarily prepared by monks. Liqueurs were made in Europe as early as...



Tuaca is a 70 proof imported Italian Liqueur. Its unique blend of ingredients gives Tuaca its vanilla and citrus character, which contributes to its lightly sweet, smooth taste.