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Absinthe
(la fée verte; αψίνθιον) Absinthe is historically described as a distilled, highly alcoholic (45%-74% ABV) beverage It is an anise-flavored spirit derived from herbs, including the flowers More…
Advocaat
Advocaat (or advokat) is a rich and creamy liqueur made from eggs, sugar and brandy. It has a smooth, custard-like flavor. In English-speaking countries it generally contains 15% alcohol More…
Aguardiente
(Aguardiente; aguardente) Aguardiente (Spanish), aguardente (Portuguese), augardente/caña (Galician) or oruxu (Leonese), is the generic name for alcoholic drinks between 29 and 60 percent More…
Ale
Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a top-fermenting brewers' yeast. This yeast ferments the beer quickly, giving it a sweet, full bodied and fruity taste. Most ales More…
Allen's Coffee Brandy
Allen's Coffee Brandy is a coffee-flavoured liqueur popular in New England, especially Maine, where it has been the best-selling liquor product every year for over 20 years. Sales in More…
Amaretto
Amaretto is a sweet almond-flavoured liqueur of Italian origin. It is made from a base of apricot or almond pits, or sometimes both. The name is a diminutive of the Italian amaro, More…
Amarula
Amarula is originally a Zimbabwean cream liqueur which was manufactured in South Africa. It is made with sugar, cream and the fruit of the African Marula tree (Sclerocarya birrea) which is More…
Angostura bitter
Bitters This will be the smallest bottle on your bar and the one you pour the fewest drops from, but you can't make half the world's cocktails without it. Bitters is a mixer More…
Anisette
American liqueur with the aroma and flavor of licorice from the anise seed.
Aurum
Aurum is a sweet liqueur from Italy, made from rum, tea, and tangerines. Aurum's color (the word is Latin for gold) is due to saffron, which is grown in the Abruzzo region of Italy More…
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