Midori is one of the world’s most popular melon liqueurs and it’s easy to see why, it has a light and bright flavour, fresh and fragrant and lets its star ingredient, the sweet, fresh melon take centre stage. it’s a wonderful addition to any number of cocktails or simply sipped with lemonade. its green hues attract attention and it can add that exotic kick your favourite long drink was looking for.
Pama pomegranate is a deep crimson red liqueur which takes the sweet and distinctive flavour of pomegranate as its core. Made from all natural pomegranates from California, Pama pomegranate is a natural companion to many other drinks including champagne and your finest sparkling wines, its tartness blending beautifully. The true beauty of Pama pomegranate genuinely is how well it mixes, whether that’s with a soft drink/mixer or into a cocktail.
Passoa is an exotic liqueur which shows off the exuberance and vibrancy of the passion fruit. it’s popular all over the world with puerto rico rating it as its number one liqueur. its aroma is fresh and fragrant, passion fruit comes through but also boiled sweets and zesty grapefruit. on tasting you’ll enjoy a light syrup mouthfeel and passion fruit at the forefront with cooked grapefruit and a little cherry coming through too. truly exotic and wonderful on ice.
Pisang ambon is the original banana liqueur and a product the dutch are rightfully proud of. the banana flavour is magnificent and stands out amongst herbal companions and hints of other herbal fruit. striking green in colour and presented in the same way since its creation over 60 years ago, pisang ambon is regularly enjoyed with orange juice or sparkling melon and lime. exotic and uLtrimately versatile, a fruity concoction that’s definitely worth a try.
The liquid has a more complex flavour and pleasant mouth feel than standard versions which use a neutral alcoholic base. in addition, less sugar is used in the production. this means pococello tastes drier and zestier than other limoncellos
Prucia plum liqueur is a french creation which uses locally produced ume plums, a native of japan. the plums are macerated in grape spirit and then aged in french oak barrels, delivering a flavour which is rich in juicy plum flavours but also almonds and sweet marzipan. a surprisingly sweet yet definitely moreish liqueur which has some similarities to cointreau and amaretto but others which make it unique and distinctive in its own right. enjoy alongside a chinese or japanese meal or alongside any sweet dessert.
If it could speak, sipsmith summer cup would roar like an english lion as it embodies all the features of a classic english summer drink. combining sipsmith’s own london dry gin with a blend of summer-inspired botanicals, sipsmith summer cup is an exceptionally fruity and fragrant drink which can be enjoyed alone or with soft drink/mixer/mixers. infusions of earl grey tea, lemon verbena and cucumber can all be tasted and it’s a drink combination which brings to mind garden parties and summery picnics.
The flavour of the blood orange is distinctive, rich and different from your regular fruit and solerno deliver the full impact of its flavour in this warm and juicy liqueur. Solerno blood orange liqueur is bursting with the full flavour of the blood orange from its skin to its pulp and it also has bright notes of lemon, orange blossom and even red berries, intensifying the sweet and sour balance. A dry finish means you’re drawn back in for more.
Based on a recipe that dates back to the 15th century, tuaca is a brandy-based liqueur which brings together a number of brandies, a secret blend of fruits and spices and just a little sugar to blend it all together in harmony. on the nose is a spicy citrus tang which entices you to drink and when you do you’ll enjoy a surprisingly light and oily mouthfeel, sweet with a little dry spiciness and cinnamon, nutmeg and bitter orange leading the taste profile. it settles into a mellower, sweeter warmth, just the ticket after a filling meal.
Xante is an unusual liqueur, the ingredients and even a full description of the flavour of which are kept under wraps by its makers. a truly mysterious liqueur with hints of pear as well as liquorice and intense cognac notes. the ripeness of the pears is apparent from the first sip and this combines beautifully with the fine cognac notes and delivers a flavour which is enjoyably sweet but with that refreshing pear tang present throughout.