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Distilled using medicinal and culinary herbs including green anise, sweet fennel and the flowers and leaves of the grand wormwood bush.
Hot & Cool Cinnamon. "The Aftershock Challenge" involves participants holding a shot of red Aftershock in their mouths without swallowing for as long as possible.
The story that the recipe was produced by Bendictine monks in Normandy was a marketing gimmick.
artichoke and other herbs and plants
Herbs, heather honey and whisky.
Produced in Piedmont region of Northern Italy.
Whisky, herbs and a hint of citrus
Made using the dried spa of the mastic tree. strictly Production is regulated by Greek law.
Bulgaria. Not to be confused with the Greek Mastiha (the "original mastica") which is produced on the island of Chios using the resin of the mastic tree.
Made with a base of vodka and tequila.
Chocolate and Jaffa orange.
Comes in a unique "double bottle" - two decanters fused together with one containing coffee liqueur and the other cream.
A clear liqueur flavored with the peels of both sweet and bitter oranges.
Made with a vodka base. Produced in Germany.
Advertised as the "Black Sheep of Canadian Liquors"
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