Herb Liqueurs

Many herbals liqueurs were first created for medicinal purposes, and there are several examples of liqueur created by monks. Here you'll find all sorts of herbal liqueurs, flavoured with anything from mint to coriander.

Liqueurs/Herb Liqueurs

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Summer Fruit Cup
(50cl, 31.20%)
The Summer Fruit Cup is a quintessentially English drink, so Professor Cornelius Ampleforth has produced his own. Cucumber, strawberries, oranges and mint are macerated in wheat spirit before being...  More info
Green Chartreuse
(70cl, 55%)
Chartreuse Green has been made by Carthusian monks for nearly four centuries. It's a rich, spicy digestive once thought to be an "elixir of long life". It's not. It is very tasty though.  More info
Taylor's Velvet Falernum is a very interesting liqueur made in Barbados. It was created in 1890 by John D Taylor of Bridgetown, and it's made with lime, almond, cloves and sugar cane. Very good...  More info
(70cl, 11%)
Aperol is one of Italy's best-loved aperitifs, and it dates back to 1919. In some ways similar to Campari, Aperol is a slightly sweeter alternative flavoured with orange and rhubarb.  More info
Produced in France by Edmond Briottet, this is a superbly rich and fresh-tasting liqueur. It is made by macerating rhubarb in spirit for a period of two months. The spirit absorbs all the flavour, as...  More info
Licor 43 is a delicious citrus- and vanilla-flavoured liqueur from Spain made with 43 different ingredients.  More info
A superb French liqueur original created as a medicinal beverages for monks as they worked, Bénédictine D.O.M. is a herbal, spicy concoction…  More info
Liquore Strega
(70cl, 40%)
Liquore Strega is a classic Italian liqueur made with around seventy different herbs and spices, including fennel, mint and saffron. The saffron gives this digestif its yellow hue…  More info
A small batch liqueur from the Jade company, this is made with Louisiana Perique tobacco (one of the world's rarest tobaccos) and the resultant libation is spicy, oaky and herbal.  More info
Pimm's No 3 Winter
(70cl, 25%)
Pimm's No. 3 is a slightly more spicy, rich take on the standard No. 1 Cup. This particular bottling has brandy at its core, and is flavoured with caramel, cinnamon and orange - perfect for cold...  More info
Luxardo's Maraschino is distilled from Marasca cherries. They include the crushed cherry pits in the recipe, which results in a slight almond flavour in the finished product. Delicious.  More info
Cornish Pastis
(70cl, 42%)
The first pastis made in the UK, the Cornish Pastis is a beautiful example of the French spirit. Produced with aniseed, star anise, liqourice, citrus zest and Gorse flowers from Cornish clifftops...  More info
A Polish liqueur with a rich, spicy flavour, Old Krupnik is flavoured with honey and traditional herbs…  More info
Made in Bolivia, Agwa is flavoured with green tea, guarana, ginseng and Bolivian coca leaves. It was awarded a Silver Medal (best in class) at the International Wine and Spirit Awards.  More info
Pimm's No 6 Vodka Cup
(70cl, 25%)
Pimm's No. 6 cup is a take on the classic gin-based recipe, this time made with Vodka. Originally known as a Vodka Sling, this works well when served just like the classic Pimm's - with fruit...  More info
Yellow Chartreuse
(70cl, 40%)
The yellow version of Chartreuse is a slightly milder version of the classic Green Chartreuse. It's herbal and very tasty.  More info
(70cl, 38%)
Becherovka is a superb Czech liqueur made to a secret recipe with oodles of spice and honey flavour.  More info
Xanath Liqueur
(70cl, 19%)
Xanath is a tasty vanilla liqueur which is made by the Gaya family in Mexico. This is endorsed by anthropologist and vanilla expert Patricia Rain…  More info
Bénédictine B&B
(70cl, 40%)
Benedictine's B&B is a superb herbal and spiced liqueur made with brandy. Bénédictine was created by Don Bernado Vincelli as a medicinal beverage for monks (specifically to prevent malaria). The...  More info
Patrón XO Café is a very tasty Mexican coffee liqueur from Jalisco. It is made with tequila and natural coffee essences. Best of all, it's not overtly sweet and is a more complex, flavoursome liqueur...  More info
This is 50cl bottle of the superb D.O.M. Bénédictine liqueur, created originally as a medicinal quaff for monks!  More info
(70cl, 35%)
A classic German liqueur, made to a recipe created in the 7th century, Jägermeister is a blend of fruits, spices and herbs and is named for the German for "Master of the Hunt".  More info
An interesting but enlightening liqueur from Gabriel Boudier and the Bernard Loiseau Group which combines the flavours of Granny Smith, Golden Delicious and Red Delicious apples with aromatic Earl...  More info
A very tasty gin-based liqueur with a superbly citrus-like flavour, Hayman's 1820 was created by James and Christopher Hayman, both of whom descend from James Burrough - the creator of Beefeater gin!  More info
Pelinkovac is a classic bitter liqueur that is made using wormwood that is popular in mainland Europe. It's tasted has been described as very similar to Jägermeister with its herbal bitterness and...  More info
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