Mekhong is Thailands first domestically produced branded golden spirit. Often confused for a whisky, Mekhong is in fact closer to a rum. The distilled spirit is made from 95% sugar cane/molasses and 5% rice then blended with a recipe of indigenous herbs and spices to produce its distinctive aroma and taste.
A mixture of green and red rhubarb are used within this liqueur to produce the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. Try this with a sparkling white wine for an interesting and moreish drink.
Grown in China for over 2000 years, the Litchi Chinensisis tree produces deliciously sweet lychees. This liqueur from Edmond Briottet can be used as a wonderful ingredient for cocktails, or served on its own over ice.
Used widely to make jams and jellies, quince is like a cross between an apple and a pear in flavour. The Quince used in this liqueur are grown in the South of France, harvested when fully mature and left to macerate for around 6 weeks. This is a versatile liqueur that can be used in cocktails, but also in both sweet and savoury cooking.
The Hazelnut flavour in this liqueur really comes through. This is a great bottle to have in your cocktail cupboard as it can be used in so many different drinks, add a splash to your coffee for a delicious combination on a cold winters evening .
The chestnuts used in this liqueur are from Ardeche in southern France. Try this poured over a good quality vanilla ice cream for a delicious dessert, or with some Melon for a lighter dish.
Deliciously chocolatey, the white Crem de Cacao tends to be less sweet and lighter than the brown version. Used in a variety of cocktails, this is an essential bottle for any mixologist!
Made using the Bergeron variety of apricot which is grown in the Rhone Valley, South of France, this liqueur is full-bodied and delicious with a lengthy finish. If you are a fan of cocktails, why not give Paradise a go? Combine 4cl of Gin, 2cl of Edmond Briottet Apricot and 4cl of orange juice - perfect!