List of liqueurs

List of liqueurs
A selection of liqueur bottles.


Liqueurs are alcoholic beverages that are bottled with added sugar and have added flavors that are usually derived from fruits, herbs, or nuts.

Liqueurs are distinct from eaux-de-vie, fruit brandy, and flavored liquors, which contain no added sugar.

Most liqueurs range between 15% and 55% alcohol by volume.

Berry liqueurs

A bottle of Chambord

Chocolate liqueurs

Coffee liqueurs

  • Allen's Coffee Brandy
  • Aruba Arehucas
  • Bahia Coffee Liqueur
  • Bols Coffee Liqueur
  • Café Aztec
  • Café Britt Coffee Liqueur
  • Café Oriental
  • Café Marakesh
  • Caffè Borghetti
  • Coloma
  • Copa De Oro
  • Duchalet Café Liqueur
  • Dwersteg's Organic Coffee Liqueur
  • The Evil Monk
  • illy Espresso Liqueur
  • Kahlúa
  • Kaloré
  • Kamora
  • Kapali
  • Keuck Türkisch Mokka
  • Kona Gold
  • Kosaken Kaffee
  • De Kuyper Crème de Café
  • Lauterer Luft
  • Leroux Coffee-Flavored Brandy.
  • Mokatika
  • Mr. Boston Coffee-Flavored Brandy.
  • Patron XO CAFE
  • Sabroso
  • Sheridan's
  • Starbucks Coffee Liqueur
  • Tia Maria
  • Toussaint Coffee Liqueur
  • Vibe Robusta Coffee Liqueur
  • Vok Coffee Liqueur

Cream liqueurs

A bottle and glass of Carolans

Crème liqueurs

A bottle and glass of Crème de cassis

Flower liqueurs

A bottle of Crème de Violette
  • Bulgarian rose liqueur—from the Valley of the Roses
  • Crème de Rose (rose)
  • Crème de violette (violet)
  • Crème Yvette (violet, vanilla)
  • Fior d'Alpi (alpine flowers, herbs)
  • Lavender Liqueur (lavender)
  • Liqueur de Rose (rose)
  • Meikueilu Chiew (Mey Kwei Loo Liqueur) (rose)
  • My Rose (rose, with a whole rose in the bottle) (Christian di Marco My Rose Liqueur)
  • Rosolio (rose)
  • St-Germain (elderflower)
  • Shan Hibiscus (hibiscus, coconut)
  • Shan Lotus (lotus, passion fruit)
  • Shan Rose (rose, lychee)
  • Xaica (Hibiscus)

Fruit liqueurs

A bottle of homemade limoncello

Herbal liqueurs

Note: the exact recipes of many herbal liqueurs (which may contain up to 50 or more different herbs) are often closely guarded trade secrets. The primary herbal ingredients are listed where known.

Anise-flavored liqueurs

A bottle of ouzo
Note: Absinthe, Arak, Rakı, and similar anise-flavored beverages contain no sugar and thus are flavored liquors rather than liqueurs.

See also Category:Anise liqueurs and spirits

Other herbal liqueurs

"Altvater" by Gessler, originally from Austrian Silesia
A glass of amaro
  • Agwa de Bolivia (37 Herbs)
  • Altvater
  • Amaro
  • Angelika Bitter (11 herbs, especially Angelica archangelica)
  • Appenzeller (42 herbs)
  • Becherovka (anise seeds, cinnamon, and other herbs)
  • Beirão (seeds and herbs from around the world)
  • Bénédictine (27 plants and spices)
  • Black Forest Devil, called Schwarzwald-Teufel in Germany, uses over 42 herbs including St.John's wort 102 proof
  • Canton (spirits, brandy, six varieties of ginger, ginseng, and honey)
  • Chartreuse (130 herbal extracts)
  • Demänovka (14 herbs and honey)
  • Everglo (tequila, vodka, caffeine, and ginseng)
  • Galliano (30 herbs)
  • Danzig Goldwasser (gold leaf, roots, and herbs)
  • Goldschläger (cinnamon, with gold leaf)
  • Jaan Paan Liqueur (sweet paan flavored)
  • Killepitsch (combination of 90 fruits, berries, herbs, and spices)
  • Jägermeister (56 herbs)
  • Fläminger Jagd (38 herbs)
  • Krupnik (honey and up to 50 different herbs)
  • Kümmel (caraway seed, cumin, and fennel)
  • Mastichato (mastic resin)
  • Menta (peppermint liqueur)
  • Metaxa
  • Minttu (peppermint)
  • Paan (betel leaf, betel nuts, saffron, cardamom, sandalwood, and other herbs and spices)
  • Riga Black Balsam (Rigas Melnais Balzams)
  • Strega (70 herbs, including mint, fennel, and saffron)
  • St. Hubertus (liqueur) (several herbs, caramel and citric acid)
  • Underberg a German digestif bitter
  • Underground (liqueur) America's Herbal Spirit made from an undisclosed number of herbs from around world.
  • Unicum (more than 40 herbs)
  • Zen (matcha green tea from Kyoto, Japan, with lemon grass and other herbs. Manufactured by Suntory)

Honey liqueurs

Nut-flavored liqueurs

  • Amaretto (almonds, or the almond-like kernels from apricots, peaches, cherries, or similar stone fruits)
  • Bellota (acorns)
  • Dumante (pistachio)
  • Dwersteg's Organic Amaretto Liqueur (organic liqueur with distillate from almond kernels)
  • Frangelico (hazelnuts and herbs)
  • Kahana Royale (macadamia nut)
  • Nocello (walnut and hazelnut)
  • Nocino (unripe green walnuts)
  • Castries Peanut Rum Creme (peanut)
  • Peanut Lolita (peanut)
  • Ratafia (brandy flavored with almonds, fruit, or fruit kernels—also a flavored biscuit)

Whisky liqueurs

  • Bruadar (Scotch whisky, honey, sloe)
  • Cock o' the North (single malt, blaeberry)
  • Drambuie (Scotch, heather honey, herbs, and spices)
  • Eblana (Irish whiskey, coffee, honey, almond, peanut)
  • Famous Grouse liqueur (Scotch, bourbon, citrus, spices)
  • Fireball Cinnamon Whisky (Canadian whisky, cinnamon, spices)
  • Glayva (Scotch, Seville oranges, herbs, and honey)
  • Glenfiddich Malt liqueur (Scotch, citrus, pear, brown sugar)
  • Glenturret Malt liqueur (Glenturret single malt, honey, spices)
  • Irish Mist (aged Irish whiskey, heather and clover honey, aromatic herbs, and other spirits)
  • Jeremiah Weed (Bourbon whiskey, orange, vanilla)
  • Lochan Ora (Chivas, honey, herbs and spices)
  • Murray Scottish Highland Liqueur (Scotch, honey, sloe)
  • Old Pulteney liqueur (Old Pulteney single malt, prune, spices)
  • Orangerie (Scotch, oranges, spices)
  • Rock and Rye (American rye whiskey, citrus, rock candy)
  • Stag's Breath (Speyside malts and fermented comb honey)
  • Sundakanchi (rice-based)[citation needed]
  • Wallace Liqueur (Deanston single malt, Scottish berries, French herbs)
  • Wild Turkey American Honey (Wild Turkey (bourbon), honey, spices)
  • Yukon Jack (Canadian whisky, honey)

Other liqueurs

See also

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