Made from distilled spirits and flavored with fruit, cream, herbs, spices, flowers or nuts, liqueurs typically have a sweet taste profile. Enjoyed neat, in coffee, or a number of mixed cocktails, they are most often served after a meal or with dessert.

Fruit liqueurs

Fruit liqueurs get their dominant flavor from the pulp, skin, peel, or pit of a fruit.

Herbal Liqueurs

Herbal liqueurs include flavors derived from flowers, herbs, roots, and spices. Many herbal liqueurs include multiple spices and herbs in their recipe.

Cream Liqueurs

A relatively new style, cream liqueurs have advanced by better shelf life research on creams. The use of cream in a liqueur is mainly for a textural, mellowing component and a wide variety of flavors exist.

Whiskey Liqueurs

These liqueurs use whisky as the base and often derive much of the attributes from the whisky. Other flavorings are used, but the aroma and taste of the base spirit overrides the flavoring element.