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.
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.
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.
A liqueur containing a recipe that goes back to 1818, it has since then added great flavour to legendary cocktails including the Singapor Sling. Heering Cherry Liqueur is a must have in your cocktail cupboard.
An excellent triple sec produced by the London Distillery Company (who make Dodd’s Gin) alongside the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. It blends together three types of orange, and is finally matured in American oak for a short period of time.