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Irish Mist
Irish Mist is a golden liqueur produced in Dublin, Ireland, by the Irish Mist Liqueur Company Ltd and marketed by the C&C Group. It is made from aged Irish whiskey, heather and clover More…
Irish Mist Liqueur
Imported liqueur from Ireland. A blend of heather and clover honey and herbs.
Irish Whiskey
Many a proud Irishman claims the inventor of whiskey to be Saint Patrick himself, way back from the fifth century. Irish whiskey, like scotch, is a barley derivative. It's often cut More…
Izarra
Izarra is a sweet liqueur made in Bayonne in the French Basque Country. The distillery is situated in Bayonne, by the river Adour, and is open to visitors. The company headquarters of More…
Jeremiah Weed
Jeremiah Weed is a bourbon liqueur manufactured in Kentucky and sold in limited quantities in the United States, mostly at and around Air Force installations. Its alcohol content by volume More…
Jägermeister
Imported liqueur from Germany. Intensely herbal, citrus nose. Jägermeister is a German 70-proof digestif made with herbs and spices. It is the flagship product of Mast-Jägermeister AG, More…
Kahlua
America's number one imported liqueur. Aromas of coffee beans. Flavors of coffee and semisweet chocolate. Synonym: Coffee Liqueur
Kamora
Kamora is a brand of coffee liqueur produced in Mexico. It is slightly less sweet, and also less expensive than its main competitor Kahlúa. It is the second highest selling coffee liqueur More…
Krupnik
Krupnik, or Krupnikas as it is known in Lithuanian, is a traditional sweet alcohol similar to a liqueur, based on grain spirit and honey, popular in Poland and Lithuania. Mass produced More…
Kruškovac
Kruškovac is a type of rakija (hard liquor) made by distilling fermented pears, and has an alcohol content of around 25%. It is characterized by its sweet pear aroma and distinctive yellow More…
Kümmel
Kümmel, also called kummel or kimmel, is a sweet, colorless liqueur flavored with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel. Originally, the words kümmel, kummel, and kimmel are somewhat generic More…
Lager
Lager (German: storage) is a type of beer that is stored for at least three weeks before being served. It is a general term that includes several variations or styles, such as Pilsener, More…
Lakka
Lakka or Lakkalikööri is a liqueur produced in Finland which derives its flavor from the cloudberry fruit. The word "Lakka" means cloudberry in Finnish. The beverage is produced More…
Lichido
Lichido is a 36 proof lychee liqueur made with vodka, cognac, lychee and guava essences and white peach juice. It is imported from the French city of Cognac.
Licor de oro
Licor de oro (English: Gold liqueur) is a typical Chilotan liqueur made of aguardiente and whey. The other ingledients are saffron and lemon peel.
Lillet
(lee-LAY) This French, wine-based aperitif is made of fruits and herbs and has a subdued bitter-orange taste. Dating from the late 17th century, this venerable mixer was first made in the More…
Limoncello
Limoncello (Italian pronunciation: [limonˈtʃɛlːo]) is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, mainly in the region around the Gulf of Naples, the Sorrentine Peninsula More…
Liqueur Fogg
Liqueur Fogg is a Brazilian chocolate-flavoured liqueur, manufactured in Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul. It has used substantially the same recipe since its inception in 1930.
Liquore Galliano
Imported liqueur from Italy. Aromas of roots, herbs, flowers, and cedar.
Manzana verde
Manzana, also known as manzanita and manzana verde, is a liqueur generally made of wild apples. The name refers to the apples and not the alcoholic beverage which is usually clear in color. More…
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