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Galliano
Liquore Galliano L'Autentico, known more commonly as Galliano, is a sweet herbal liqueur created in 1896 by Italian distiller and brandy producer Arturo Vaccari of Livorno, Tuscany. More…
Gin
The classiest of the clear liquors, gin is distilled from grain and flavored primarily with juniper berries. Its bite can be jarring and its extended use taxing, but like all things More…
Ginger Ale
A nonalcoholic fizzy drink flavoured with ginger extract. Ginger ales come in two varieties: golden ginger ale and dry ginger ale. Golden ginger ale, dark colored and strong flavored, is More…
Ginger Beer
Ginger beer is a carbonated soft drink that is flavored primarily with ginger, lemon, and sugar. It is rarely produced as an alcoholic beverage. It originated in England in the mid-1700s More…
Ginjinha
Ginjinha or simply Ginja, is a liqueur made by infusing ginja berries, (sour cherry) (Prunus cerasus austera, the Morello cherry) in alcohol (aguardente is used) and adding sugar together More…
Glayva
Glayva is a liqueur from Leith, Scotland. It is made from a blend of aged Scotch whiskies, anise, clove, herbs, heather honey, tangerine, other citrus fruits, and almonds. It has a deep More…
Goldschläger
Clear cinnamon schnapps from Switzerland with flecks of gold leaf floating in the bottle. Sweet-sour cinnamon flavors. Goldschläger is an Italian cinnamon schnapps (43.5% alcohol by More…
Grand Marnier
A distinguished French liqueur with a rich cognac base and an orange flavor, Grand Marnier is a wise investment for any connoisseur with a penchant for sweet citrus. This liqueur has been More…
Guignolet
Guignolet is a French wild cherry liqueur. It is widely available in France, including at supermarkets such as Casino and others, but is not widely available internationally. A leading More…
Génépi
Génépi or Genepy is a general term given by residents from the Alps to several rare, aromatic Alpine plants (such as Artemisia mutellina, Artemisia spicata, Artemisia umbelliformis and More…
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