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Anise Liqueurs constitute a sub-category of the broader liqueur family. Anise, Pimpinella anisum, is a licorice-flavored plant that has been used for centuries as a flavoring agent and medicine. Used sparingly, ...
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Sour Apple flavor perfect for use in cocktails such as the Apple Martini!
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La Pinta is a fusion between the finest tequila and the juices of an exotic variety of pomegranate fruit. This combination of iingredients gives it a sweet flavor and a unique aroma and body.
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Aguardiente Antioqueno guaros are traditional Central American liquors. They are distilled from a base of sugar cane juice similar to rhum agricole or cachaca but at a lower proof, which retains more sweetness. ...
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The King’s Ginger Liqueur is a high-strength liqueur created by the careful maceration of ginger root, enlivened by the judicious addition of citrus in the form of lemon oil to give it an unexpectedly fresh ...
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Marie Brizard Cassis De Dijon has the taste of blackcurrant cream, infused with ripened sweet berries.
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Alize COCO Peach is an intensely unique and inviting combination of luscious exotic passion fruit and natural coconut and peach flavors infused with premium French liqueurs. Smooth with a slightly sweet ...
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An Italian liqueur, flavored with anise, elderberries, sugar and a secret combination of herbs and spices giving a licorice taste. Sambucas nigra is the scientific name for the elderberry.
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Mr. Boston Egg Nog is Thick, creamy taupe hue. Very full-bodied. Generouseggnog aromas feature a rich brandy and nutmeg accent. A thick, rich attack leads to a full-bodied palate. Flavorful, generous finish. ...
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Di Amore is a line of liqueurs that has changed hands on a few different occasions, currently residing with Sazerac. The source still appears to be Italy though the label declares it a product of Barton ...
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Made with real Italian espresso coffee, Borghetti Caffe Sport is a sweet liqueur that has been served at European cafes for over a century. This quintessential drink of the ’outdoor cafe experience’ is ...
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A German 70 proof honey liqueur made from netural grain alcohol, pure premium honey, all natural ingredients, and no artificial flavors. Hand crafted by one of Germany’s oldest family owned companies. ...
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John DeKuyper & Sons™ Peche is made with delicate white peaches picked at the peak of ripeness with undertones of the full bodied French red vineyard peach, juicy with the perfect balance of sweet ...
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Experience the romance of the Massenez triple crèmes, which are versatile specialties and can be served in a variety of ways, including: neat or over ice in a liqueur glass with white wine or champagne ...
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BOLS Amaretto is a gold-brown liqueur. Amaretto, which originated in Italy, is famous for its sweet almond aroma and nutty caramel flavour. A distillation of carefully selected ingredients creates this ...
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While liqueurs are still distilled spirit, they are not the same as flavored spirits. Many popular spirits – especially vodka – now come in a variety of flavors, but there are some notable differences between these and cordials. Liqueurs have added sugar to make them significantly sweeter and commonly have a lower alcohol content than the full spirits. Because of these attributes, cordials are an ideal mixer, contributing ingredients to cocktails without diluting them.

While stronger spirits such as whisky, gin, brandy and tequila serve as the base alcohols of your home bar, it's always good to branch out and add diversity. Think about your favorite flavors and drinks. Many cocktails and mixed drinks have multiple ingredients and liquor mixed with liqueurs for greater complexity and complementary flavors. Order a bottle of Disaronno to add amaretto sours and the toasted almond to your cocktail list. We also recommend a good bottle of Cointreau and Triple Sec to made Sidecars, Cosmos, margaritas and more. Hone your skills and learn how to make more sophisticated cocktails to impress even your most particular guests. You're lucky if you're tech-savvy, but we prefer people who are drink-savvy.

As with any of our spirits available online for purchase, we encourage you to enjoy cordials however you like. Drink them on their own, pour them over ice, or add them as a mixing agent. Put a splash of Kahlua in your coffee for a little extra warming, or pour a bit of Grand Marnier over vanilla ice cream for an adult take on the orange creamsicle. Treat yourself to some fun flavors to bring your signature twist to a classic cocktail. Whichever way you like to enjoy your cordials, find everything you need at Wine Chateau. We make it easy to get your hands on classic brands or help you branch out with new and exciting flavors. Browse our selection to show the adventurous side of your palate.

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