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Absinthe
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Distilled using medicinal and culinary herbs including green anise, sweet fennel and the flowers and leaves of the grand wormwood bush.
Aftershock Black
   tastes of   
Cranberry
Aftershock Blue
   tastes of   
Citrus
Deep Cool Citrus
Aftershock Green
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Thermal Bite Aniseed
Aftershock Red
   tastes of   
Cinnamon
Hot & Cool Cinnamon. "The Aftershock Challenge" involves participants holding a shot of red Aftershock in their mouths without swallowing for as long as possible.
Aftershock Silver
   tastes of   
Apple & Red Bull
Aguardiente
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Colombia
Amaretto
   tastes of   
Bitter Almonds
Anis Del Toro
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Spain
Anisette
   tastes of   
Aniseed
France
Ashanti Gold
   tastes of   
Chocolate
Benedictine
   tastes of   
Honey and Spices
The story that the recipe was produced by Bendictine monks in Normandy was a marketing gimmick.
Bärenjäger
   tastes of   
Honey
Chambord
   tastes of   
Raspberry
Cointreau
   tastes of   
Orange
Crème De Banane
   tastes of   
Banana
Crème De Cacao
   tastes of   
Chocolate
Crème De Cassis
   tastes of   
Blackcurrant
Crème De Cerise
   tastes of   
Cherry
Crème De Menthe
   tastes of   
Mint
Crème De Noyaux
   tastes of   
Almond
Crème De Violette
   tastes of   
Violet Flower
Curaçao
   tastes of   
Bitter Orange
Cynar
   tastes of   
Artichoke
artichoke and other herbs and plants
Destinee
   tastes of   
Tropical Fruit
Dooley's
   tastes of   
Toffee
Drambuie
   tastes of   
Honey and Scottish Whisky
Herbs, heather honey and whisky.
Frangelico
   tastes of   
Hazelnuts and Herbs
Produced in Piedmont region of Northern Italy.
Galliano
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Italy
Glayva
   tastes of   
Scottish Whisky
Whisky, herbs and a hint of citrus
Grand Marnier
   tastes of   
Orange
Green Izarra
   tastes of   
Mint
Herbsaint
   tastes of   
Aniseed
United States
Hierbas De Mallorca
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Majorca
Hpnotiq
   tastes of   
Tropical Fruit
Irish Mist
   tastes of   
Irish Whiskey
Kahlúa
   tastes of   
Coffee
Kamora
   tastes of   
Coffee
Lichido
   tastes of   
Lychee
Limoncello
   tastes of   
Lemon
Manzana
   tastes of   
Apple
Maraschino
   tastes of   
Cherry
Mastiha
   tastes of   
Pine and Herbs
Made using the dried spa of the mastic tree. strictly Production is regulated by Greek law.
Mastika
   tastes of   
Aniseed
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.
Midori
   tastes of   
Melon
Nocello
   tastes of   
Walnut and Hazelnut
Nocino
   tastes of   
Unripe Green Walnuts
Oghi
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Armenia
Ouzo
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Greece
Pama
   tastes of   
Pomegranate
Made with a base of vodka and tequila.
Paraiso
   tastes of   
Lychee
Pastis
   tastes of   
Aniseed
France
Patxaran
   tastes of   
Sloe
Pernod
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Pisang Ambon
   tastes of   
Banana
Prunelle
   tastes of   
Plum
Razzmatazz
   tastes of   
Raspberry
Rumpleminze
   tastes of   
Mint
Sabra
   tastes of   
Chocolate and Orange
Chocolate and Jaffa orange.
Sambucca
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Italy
Sheridan's
   tastes of   
Coffee
Comes in a unique "double bottle" - two decanters fused together with one containing coffee liqueur and the other cream.
Southern Comfort
   tastes of   
Bourbon Whiskey
St Germain
   tastes of   
Elderflower
Tia Maria
   tastes of   
Coffee
Triple Sec
   tastes of   
Orange
A clear liqueur flavored with the peels of both sweet and bitter oranges.
Tsipouro
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Greece
Xtabentún
   tastes of   
Aniseed
Mexico
Xuxu
   tastes of   
Strawberry
Made with a vodka base. Produced in Germany.
Yellow Izarra
   tastes of   
Almond
Yukon Jack
   tastes of   
Rye Whisky
Advertised as the "Black Sheep of Canadian Liquors"


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