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  • 1. LiqueurLiqueur  Liqueurs are defined as flavoured and sweetened spirits.Liqueurs are defined as flavoured and sweetened spirits.  Liqueurs are also known as Cordials.Liqueurs are also known as Cordials.  The term liqueur has originated from the Latin wordThe term liqueur has originated from the Latin word LIQUIFACERE meaning to dissolve referring to theLIQUIFACERE meaning to dissolve referring to the flavouring materials dissolving in the spirit.flavouring materials dissolving in the spirit.  The word cordial stems from the Latin ‘CORDIALS’The word cordial stems from the Latin ‘CORDIALS’ meaning pertaining to the heart as early examples ofmeaning pertaining to the heart as early examples of these used to be given to stimulate the circulatorythese used to be given to stimulate the circulatory system.system.
  • 2. HistoryHistory  Liqueur was created for medicinal values.Liqueur was created for medicinal values.  Monk Benedictine in monasteries at Abbey ofMonk Benedictine in monasteries at Abbey of Fecamp of France produced first liqueur in yearFecamp of France produced first liqueur in year 1575.1575.  The first bottled liqueur was Bols in Holland.The first bottled liqueur was Bols in Holland.  Catherine di Medici was lady who has started theCatherine di Medici was lady who has started the tradition of taking liqueur after the meal astradition of taking liqueur after the meal as DIGESTIF, means on table.DIGESTIF, means on table.
  • 3. ProductionProduction Base Spirit- Brandy, Cognac, Rum, WhiskyBase Spirit- Brandy, Cognac, Rum, Whisky FlavouringFlavouring MacerationMaceration PercolationPercolation DistillationDistillation Sweetening Agent- From 2.5 to 5% sugarSweetening Agent- From 2.5 to 5% sugar
  • 4. PercolationPercolation
  • 5. TerminologyTerminology  Proprietary liqueur- patented by a particular house &Proprietary liqueur- patented by a particular house & can only produce by them.can only produce by them.  Generic liqueur - not patented & can be, producedGeneric liqueur - not patented & can be, produced anywhere.anywhere.  Crème liqueur-Nothing to do with dairy cream, butCrème liqueur-Nothing to do with dairy cream, but they are sweet, velvetythey are sweet, velvety  Cream liqueur-They are flavoured with dairy cream.Cream liqueur-They are flavoured with dairy cream.  Brandy liqueur-Are the liqueurs having brandy asBrandy liqueur-Are the liqueurs having brandy as base spiritbase spirit  Liqueur Brandy -These are the finest kind of brandy,Liqueur Brandy -These are the finest kind of brandy, which served as DIGESTIF after the meal likewhich served as DIGESTIF after the meal like cognac.cognac.
  • 6. TypesTypes  Fruit flavoured Liqueur.Fruit flavoured Liqueur.  Nut, Seed and plant flavoured liqueurNut, Seed and plant flavoured liqueur  Liquor based liqueurLiquor based liqueur  Cream based LiqueurCream based Liqueur
  • 7. Fruit BasedFruit Based  APPLEAPPLE::  Berntzen apple Germany,Berntzen apple Germany,  Scanapple GermanyScanapple Germany  APRICOT:APRICOT:  Garnier Abricotine France,Garnier Abricotine France,  Marie Brizard Apry Holland.Marie Brizard Apry Holland.
  • 8. BlackberryBlackberry  Crème de CassisCrème de Cassis (23%ABV) - Is a black(23%ABV) - Is a black currant flavored liqueur. Itcurrant flavored liqueur. It is made with black currantis made with black currant berries, sugar and brandy. Itberries, sugar and brandy. It is very dark purple and isis very dark purple and is produced in France and theproduced in France and the United States.United States.
  • 9. OrangeOrange  Aurum (40%ABV)-Aurum (40%ABV)- Is an aromatic,Is an aromatic, orange flavoredorange flavored liqueur with a slightlyliqueur with a slightly bitter aftertaste. It isbitter aftertaste. It is made with bittermade with bitter orange peel, herbs,orange peel, herbs, sugar and brandy. Itsugar and brandy. It is pale gold and isis pale gold and is produced in Italy.produced in Italy.
  • 10. Cointreau(40%ABV )Cointreau(40%ABV )  Sweet orange flavoredSweet orange flavored liqueur. Sweet andliqueur. Sweet and bitter orange peel arebitter orange peel are steeped in alcohol. It issteeped in alcohol. It is clear, colorless andclear, colorless and produced in France.produced in France. The family's secretThe family's secret recipe dates back torecipe dates back to 1849.1849.
  • 11. CuracaoCuracao  Sweet orange flavored liqueur.Sweet orange flavored liqueur. It is made with brandy, sugar,It is made with brandy, sugar, spices, sweet and bitter orangespices, sweet and bitter orange peel.peel. The peel comes from theThe peel comes from the "Auruntium Curassuviensis", a"Auruntium Curassuviensis", a bitter orange first discovered inbitter orange first discovered in Curaçao, a Dutch West IndiesCuraçao, a Dutch West Indies island.island. It is red, blue, green,It is red, blue, green, orange or clear and colorlessorange or clear and colorless and is produced in Holland,and is produced in Holland, France, Canada and otherFrance, Canada and other countries.countries.
  • 12. Other CuracaoOther Curacao
  • 13. Triple SecTriple Sec  orange flavoredorange flavored liqueur. It is madeliqueur. It is made with orange rindwith orange rind syrup and neutralsyrup and neutral alcohol. It is clear,alcohol. It is clear, colorless and iscolorless and is produced in France,produced in France, Canada and theCanada and the United States.United States.
  • 14. Crème De MandarineCrème De Mandarine (23%ABV)(23%ABV)  Mandarin flavoredMandarin flavored liqueur.liqueur.  It is made withIt is made with mandarin syrupmandarin syrup and neutraland neutral alcohol.alcohol.  It is light amberIt is light amber orange, Canadaorange, Canada and otherand other countries.countries.
  • 15. AniseedAniseed  Pernod (40% ABV)- IsPernod (40% ABV)- Is a licorice flavoreda licorice flavored spirit.spirit.  It is made with aniseed,It is made with aniseed, herbs and spirits.herbs and spirits.  It is clear pale yellowIt is clear pale yellow (when water is added it(when water is added it turns cloudy) and isturns cloudy) and is produced in France.produced in France.
  • 16. Cont.Cont.  Ouzo (40 ABV)- From Greece.Ouzo (40 ABV)- From Greece.  Anisette (40 to 45% ABV) - produced inAnisette (40 to 45% ABV) - produced in FranceFrance  Pastis (45% ABV) - It is light amber and isPastis (45% ABV) - It is light amber and is produced in France.produced in France.  Anesone- it’s from Italy.Anesone- it’s from Italy.  Raki belonging to Turkey.Raki belonging to Turkey.  Ojen and Chinchon from SpainOjen and Chinchon from Spain
  • 17. Caraway SeedCaraway Seed Kummel(40%ABV)Kummel(40%ABV)-- • Caraway flavoured spirit.Caraway flavoured spirit. • Made with grain or potatoMade with grain or potato spiritsspirits • Flavored with caraway seedsFlavored with caraway seeds and cumin.and cumin. • It is clear, colorless andIt is clear, colorless and produced in Holland, Germanyproduced in Holland, Germany and other European countries.and other European countries. • One of the oldest liqueur,One of the oldest liqueur, which originated in Holland inwhich originated in Holland in the 16th centurythe 16th century
  • 18. ChocolateChocolate Crème De Cacao (23-Crème De Cacao (23- 28%ABV)28%ABV)  Chocolate flavored liqueur.Chocolate flavored liqueur.  It is made with cacaoIt is made with cacao beans, alcohol andbeans, alcohol and perfumed with vanilla orperfumed with vanilla or nuts.nuts.  It is dark brown and isIt is dark brown and is produced in Canada,produced in Canada, United States and otherUnited States and other countries.countries.
  • 19. VandhermintVandhermint  Holland combinesHolland combines chocolate and mint.chocolate and mint.
  • 20. SabraSabra  From Israel combinesFrom Israel combines chocolate and orange inchocolate and orange in which the laterwhich the later dominates the flavour.dominates the flavour.
  • 21. Cont..Cont..  Rathus Swiss- Chocolate Liqueur fromRathus Swiss- Chocolate Liqueur from Switzerland has rich chocolate taste and isSwitzerland has rich chocolate taste and is dark in colour.dark in colour.  Choclair from U.S.A. combines chocolate andChoclair from U.S.A. combines chocolate and coconut.coconut.  Cherry-Suisse - A Swiss chocolate liqueurCherry-Suisse - A Swiss chocolate liqueur flavoured with cherries.flavoured with cherries.  Chokalu -A Mexican chocolate flavouredChokalu -A Mexican chocolate flavoured liqueur.liqueur.
  • 22. Coconut FlavouredCoconut Flavoured  Malibu – from Jamaica is JamaicanMalibu – from Jamaica is Jamaican rum based.rum based.  Sambucca (38 to 40% alc./vol.)- Is aSambucca (38 to 40% alc./vol.)- Is a coconut flavored liqueur. It is clear,coconut flavored liqueur. It is clear, colorless and produced in Puertocolorless and produced in Puerto Rico. It is made with coconut milk,Rico. It is made with coconut milk, white rum, sugar.white rum, sugar.  Cocoribe – from U.S.A. made withCocoribe – from U.S.A. made with Virgin Island rum.Virgin Island rum.  Roncoco – from Purto Rico madeRoncoco – from Purto Rico made with Porto Rican rum.with Porto Rican rum.
  • 23. CoffeeCoffee  Kalhua –Kalhua – from Mexico is thefrom Mexico is the first coffeefirst coffee flavoured liqueur.flavoured liqueur. Made on base ofMade on base of neutral cane spirit.neutral cane spirit.
  • 24. Cont..Cont..  Tia Maria (26.5%Tia Maria (26.5% alc/vol.)alc/vol.)  The literal meaning ofThe literal meaning of tia Maria is ‘Aunttia Maria is ‘Aunt Marry’.Marry’.  Coffee flavored liqueur.Coffee flavored liqueur.  It is dark brown and isIt is dark brown and is produced in Jamaica. Itproduced in Jamaica. It is made with coffeeis made with coffee beans, herbs and rum.beans, herbs and rum.
  • 25. Cont..Cont..  Chase the Sanborn Coffee Liqueur –Chase the Sanborn Coffee Liqueur – proprietary from the U.S.A. famous coffee brandproprietary from the U.S.A. famous coffee brand name was associated with espresso coffeename was associated with espresso coffee flavoured liqueur.flavoured liqueur.
  • 26. Nut BasedNut Based  Amaratto – A kernel andAmaratto – A kernel and almond flavoured liqueuralmond flavoured liqueur  Amaratto di Sarono –Amaratto di Sarono – Proprietary from Italy.Proprietary from Italy.
  • 27. Cont..Cont..  Frangelico – Hazelnut flavouredFrangelico – Hazelnut flavoured liqueur from Italy.liqueur from Italy.  Pistasha – Green in colour. It isPistasha – Green in colour. It is made in U.S.A. using pistachiomade in U.S.A. using pistachio nut.nut.  Parlin – Belongs to U.S.A.Parlin – Belongs to U.S.A.  Walneta – Walnut flavouredWalneta – Walnut flavoured liqueur from Italy.liqueur from Italy.
  • 28. HazelnutHazelnut
  • 29. MintMint Crème De Menthe (20-25%ABV)Crème De Menthe (20-25%ABV)  One of the greatest classicalOne of the greatest classical liqueurs.liqueurs.  Green is the most commonlyGreen is the most commonly available colour.available colour.  Also available in colorless, gold andAlso available in colorless, gold and sometimes red.sometimes red.  It is also known as ‘DRINK OFIt is also known as ‘DRINK OF PROSTITUTE,PROSTITUTE,  Crème de menthe is well known forCrème de menthe is well known for its digestive properties.its digestive properties. Other examplesOther examples  Steel from GermanySteel from Germany  Get PeppermintGet Peppermint
  • 30. TeaTea • Crème De Pecco (23 to 28% alc./vol.)- Is aCrème De Pecco (23 to 28% alc./vol.)- Is a semi-sweet tea flavored liqueur. It is made withsemi-sweet tea flavored liqueur. It is made with tealeaves, sugar and brandy. It is clear, colorlesstealeaves, sugar and brandy. It is clear, colorless and is produced in Holland.and is produced in Holland.
  • 31. SpiceSpice • Primento O’Dam – Jamaican medium sweetPrimento O’Dam – Jamaican medium sweet liqueur with rum base. Flavoured with allspiceliqueur with rum base. Flavoured with allspice (Jamaican Pepper). This is surprisingly hot and(Jamaican Pepper). This is surprisingly hot and hence indicates the presence of chilies.hence indicates the presence of chilies.
  • 32. SCOTCH BASED LIQUEURSSCOTCH BASED LIQUEURS Drambuie – (40% alc./vol.)Drambuie – (40% alc./vol.)  The word Drambuie hasThe word Drambuie has originated from the phrase calledoriginated from the phrase called En Dram Buidheach it meansEn Dram Buidheach it means “The drink that satisfies”.“The drink that satisfies”.  It is a sweet honey and spiceIt is a sweet honey and spice flavored liqueur. It is made withflavored liqueur. It is made with honey, herbs and Scotch whisky.honey, herbs and Scotch whisky. The name comes from the Gaelic,The name comes from the Gaelic, "An dram buidheach", and the"An dram buidheach", and the drink that satisfies.drink that satisfies.  It is light amber and is producedIt is light amber and is produced in Scotland.in Scotland.
  • 33. Glayva(35%ABV)Glayva(35%ABV) • Honey and herb flavoredHoney and herb flavored liqueur similar toliqueur similar to Drambuie.Drambuie. • It is made with ScotchIt is made with Scotch whisky, honey and spices.whisky, honey and spices. • It is light amber and isIt is light amber and is produced in Scotland.produced in Scotland.
  • 34. IRISH WHISKY BASED LIQUEURSIRISH WHISKY BASED LIQUEURS Irish mistIrish mist  Produced in Ireland,Produced in Ireland, flavoured with heatherflavoured with heather honey and herbs.honey and herbs.
  • 35. AMERICAN WHISKY BASEDAMERICAN WHISKY BASED LIQUEURSLIQUEURS  Southern Comforts – Popularly believed to be based onSouthern Comforts – Popularly believed to be based on Bourbon whisky. But manufacturers claim that it isBourbon whisky. But manufacturers claim that it is based on neutral spirits. It is peach flavoured.based on neutral spirits. It is peach flavoured.  Jeremiah Weeds –Bourbon whisky flavoured withJeremiah Weeds –Bourbon whisky flavoured with Citrus fruits and vanilla.Citrus fruits and vanilla.  Rock & Rye – The generic name for whisky basedRock & Rye – The generic name for whisky based liqueur that contains crystals of rock candy. Based onliqueur that contains crystals of rock candy. Based on Rye whisky and flavoured with different type of fruits.Rye whisky and flavoured with different type of fruits.  Wild Turkey Liqueur – Based on Bourbon Citrus andWild Turkey Liqueur – Based on Bourbon Citrus and spice flavoured.spice flavoured.
  • 36. Miscellanious/ Herbs BasedMiscellanious/ Herbs Based Benedictine- (40%ABV) DOM (Deo Optimo Meximo, )Benedictine- (40%ABV) DOM (Deo Optimo Meximo, )  which means that to god most good most greatwhich means that to god most good most great  Very sweet and aromatic herb flavored liqueur.Very sweet and aromatic herb flavored liqueur.  It is made with alcohol, sugar, honey and 27 different aromaticIt is made with alcohol, sugar, honey and 27 different aromatic herbs and spices (angelica, hyssop, melissa, etc...).herbs and spices (angelica, hyssop, melissa, etc...).  Benedictine is produced in Normandy, France by theBenedictine is produced in Normandy, France by the Benedictine Monks. It is one of the oldest if not the oldestBenedictine Monks. It is one of the oldest if not the oldest liqueur in the world (1510). Ingredients are steeped for 3 yearsliqueur in the world (1510). Ingredients are steeped for 3 years in neutral alcohol. The liquid is then filtered and aged anotherin neutral alcohol. The liquid is then filtered and aged another 4 years, before being bottled and sold. Benedictine is amber.4 years, before being bottled and sold. Benedictine is amber.
  • 37. B&BB&B(40%ABV)(40%ABV)  B & B is a liqueur made byB & B is a liqueur made by blending Benedictine liqueurblending Benedictine liqueur and brandy.and brandy.  It was invented in 1938 and isIt was invented in 1938 and is less sweet and more powerfulless sweet and more powerful (in alcohol content) than(in alcohol content) than Benedictine liqueur.Benedictine liqueur.  It is amber and is produced inIt is amber and is produced in Normandy, France.Normandy, France.
  • 38. ChartreuseChartreuse (45 to 71% alc./vol.)(45 to 71% alc./vol.)  Herb flavored liqueur that is very aromatic. Aromatic plantsHerb flavored liqueur that is very aromatic. Aromatic plants and herbs are steeped in alcohol.and herbs are steeped in alcohol.  It is produced at the Grande Chartreuse Monastery nearIt is produced at the Grande Chartreuse Monastery near Grenoble, France by the Carthusian Monks.Grenoble, France by the Carthusian Monks.  Chartreuse comes in 3 colors; yellow, green, and pale green.Chartreuse comes in 3 colors; yellow, green, and pale green.  The green is sweet and strong in alcohol (55% alc./vol.).The green is sweet and strong in alcohol (55% alc./vol.).  The yellow is sweeter and less powerful (40% alc./vol.) thanThe yellow is sweeter and less powerful (40% alc./vol.) than the green.the green.  Pale green Chartreuse is labelled "Elixir Végétal de la GrandePale green Chartreuse is labelled "Elixir Végétal de la Grande Chartreuse" (71% alc./vol.). The "Elixir" should be consumedChartreuse" (71% alc./vol.). The "Elixir" should be consumed sparingly.sparingly.
  • 39. AdvocaatAdvocaat (17 % alc./vol.)(17 % alc./vol.)  Eeggnog flavoredEeggnog flavored blended liqueur.blended liqueur.  It is made with egg yolks,It is made with egg yolks, brandy, and herbs andbrandy, and herbs and resembles "eggnog".resembles "eggnog".  It is off-white and isIt is off-white and is produced in Holland.produced in Holland.
  • 40. MaraschinoMaraschino (23 to 35% alc./vol.)(23 to 35% alc./vol.)  Cherry flavored liqueur. It isCherry flavored liqueur. It is made withmade with mascaramascara cherriescherries, cherry stone,, cherry stone, sugar, steeped into cherrysugar, steeped into cherry spirits.spirits.  Matured for 7 years in oakMatured for 7 years in oak wood cask.wood cask.  It is clear, colorless and isIt is clear, colorless and is produced in Italyproduced in Italy (Dalmatian coast).(Dalmatian coast).
  • 41. MidoriMidori  Melon flavoured,Melon flavoured, green colour liqueurgreen colour liqueur from Japan.from Japan.
  • 42. Fior Dalp AlpineFior Dalp Alpine(23-28%ABV)-(23-28%ABV)-  Spice and herb flavored liqueur.Spice and herb flavored liqueur.  It is made with alpine flowers, edelweiss, herbs,It is made with alpine flowers, edelweiss, herbs, spices, sugar and alcohol.spices, sugar and alcohol.  It is over sweetened so that the excess sugarIt is over sweetened so that the excess sugar readily forms crystals in the bottle.readily forms crystals in the bottle.  It is red, orange or yellowIt is red, orange or yellow  Produced in Italy and other European countries.Produced in Italy and other European countries.
  • 43. GallianoGalliano(35%ABV)(35%ABV)  Vanilla flavored liqueur.Vanilla flavored liqueur.  It is made with neutralIt is made with neutral alcohol, vanilla syrup andalcohol, vanilla syrup and herbs.herbs.  It is golden yellow and isIt is golden yellow and is produced in Italy. Mostproduced in Italy. Most famous liqueur in U.S.famous liqueur in U.S. from Italy based on neutralfrom Italy based on neutral spirit.spirit.  ARTURO VACCONI firstARTURO VACCONI first produced Galliano.produced Galliano.
  • 44. GoldwasserGoldwasser(23-28%ABV)(23-28%ABV)  Sweet citrus and licorice flavoredSweet citrus and licorice flavored liqueur.liqueur.  It is made with aniseed, alcohol,It is made with aniseed, alcohol, orange and/or lemon peel.orange and/or lemon peel.  The original was made in 1598.The original was made in 1598.  It is clear, colorless with flakes ofIt is clear, colorless with flakes of gold and is produced in Germany.gold and is produced in Germany.  The most distinguishingThe most distinguishing characteristics of this liqueur are thecharacteristics of this liqueur are the floating particles of gold in it.floating particles of gold in it.
  • 45. IzarraIzarra(40-50%ABV)(40-50%ABV) • Herb flavored liqueur.Herb flavored liqueur. • It is made with armagnac, herbalIt is made with armagnac, herbal plants and Acacia honey.plants and Acacia honey. • It is yellow or green and isIt is yellow or green and is produced in France.produced in France. • Green Izarra is made with 48Green Izarra is made with 48 different ingredients anddifferent ingredients and measures 48% alc./vol.measures 48% alc./vol. • Yellow Izarra is made with 32Yellow Izarra is made with 32 different ingredients anddifferent ingredients and measures 40% alc./vol.measures 40% alc./vol.
  • 46. StegaStega • It from Italy.It from Italy. • 70 herbs are used for the70 herbs are used for the production of this liqueur.production of this liqueur. • It is also called WITCHIt is also called WITCH and is used for curingand is used for curing headaches.headaches.
  • 47. AbsintheAbsinthe • AbsintheAbsinthe- Absinthe is strong alcoholic liqueur made- Absinthe is strong alcoholic liqueur made with an herbal extract (aniseed, fennel, hyssop, andwith an herbal extract (aniseed, fennel, hyssop, and lemonbalm along with lesser amounts of angelica, starlemonbalm along with lesser amounts of angelica, star anise, dittany, juniper, nutmeg, and veronica) includinganise, dittany, juniper, nutmeg, and veronica) including wormwood (Artemisiawormwood (Artemisia absinthiumabsinthium)).. • It is an emerald green drink (due to the presence ofIt is an emerald green drink (due to the presence of chlorophyll) which is very bitter (due to the presence ofchlorophyll) which is very bitter (due to the presence of absinthin)absinthin) • Traditionally diluted with cold water which is pouredTraditionally diluted with cold water which is poured over a perforated spoonful of sugar into a glassover a perforated spoonful of sugar into a glass containing a shot of absinthe.containing a shot of absinthe.
  • 48. Cont..Cont.. • The drink then turns into an opaque white as theThe drink then turns into an opaque white as the essential oils precipitate out of the alcoholicessential oils precipitate out of the alcoholic solution, forming a colloidal suspension.solution, forming a colloidal suspension. • Chronic use can produce a syndrome, calledChronic use can produce a syndrome, called absinthism, which was characterized by addiction,absinthism, which was characterized by addiction, epileptic attacks, delerium, and hallucinations.epileptic attacks, delerium, and hallucinations.
  • 49. SambucaSambuca • Can be produced anywhere.Can be produced anywhere. • Licorice fruit from the fruit of elder bush.Licorice fruit from the fruit of elder bush. • It is very alcoholic.It is very alcoholic. • It is served in the liqueur glass with threeIt is served in the liqueur glass with three roasted coffee beans. The liqueur is flame din inroasted coffee beans. The liqueur is flame din in back area and is presented to the customerback area and is presented to the customer when the flame is on. The flame is put off bywhen the flame is on. The flame is put off by the steward with the help of another coaster orthe steward with the help of another coaster or a saucer that is kept on the glass. The liqueura saucer that is kept on the glass. The liqueur glass is served on another coaster or saucer.glass is served on another coaster or saucer.
  • 50. SambucaSambuca
  • 51. LicoriceLicorice
  • 52. CREAM LIQUEURSCREAM LIQUEURS Bailey's Irish Cream (17% alc./vol.)-Bailey's Irish Cream (17% alc./vol.)- • The first cream liqueur to beThe first cream liqueur to be produced.produced. • Based on Irish whisky, it is aBased on Irish whisky, it is a sweet, creamy, chocolate and spicesweet, creamy, chocolate and spice flavored blended alcoholicflavored blended alcoholic beverage.beverage. • It is made with cream, honey,It is made with cream, honey, herbs, spices and Irish whiskey. Itherbs, spices and Irish whiskey. It is a creamy light tan color and isis a creamy light tan color and is produced in Ireland.produced in Ireland.
  • 53. Cont..Cont..  Cera Mia- U.S Amaratto flavouredCera Mia- U.S Amaratto flavoured  Carolan’s Irish whisky and flavored honey.Carolan’s Irish whisky and flavored honey.  Conti cream – Produce of Australia, Scotch based andConti cream – Produce of Australia, Scotch based and available in two different flavored either chocolate oravailable in two different flavored either chocolate or coffee.coffee.  Cremaretto- Produce of Italy, flavored Amaratto withCremaretto- Produce of Italy, flavored Amaratto with hint of chocolate.hint of chocolate.  Demi Tasse coffee liqueur- Ireland- Based on theDemi Tasse coffee liqueur- Ireland- Based on the cognac coffee flavored.cognac coffee flavored.  Droste cream liqueur- US- Flavored with bittersweetDroste cream liqueur- US- Flavored with bittersweet chocolate essence from Holland.chocolate essence from Holland.

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