Liqueurs represent a vast and variable category of alcoholic spirits, distinguished by the fact that they are flavored with, well, almost anything. Fruit-flavored liqueurs like triple sec are well-known to most drinkers, but there are also cocoa-flavored liqueurs, cream-infused liqueurs, coffee-flavored liqueurs, whiskey-flavored liqueurs, and nut-flavored liqueurs. Liqueurs can vary wildly in alcoholic content and can be consumed neat, on the rocks, or most commonly as a component in any number of cocktails. These are the best 3 Liquors enjoyed in summer 2021.
Sheridans Coffee Layered Liquor
Sheridans Coffee Layered Liquor comes with this wonderfully layered coffee liqueur. Before you even take a sip, it just looks awesome. The white liqueur boasts white chocolate richness, while the black liqueur is full of warming coffee, chocolate, and nutty notes. Combine them together and it makes a delightful Irish coffee or is perfect for making other layered cocktails.
Once served in a glass, liquor exhales vanilla, rich chocolate, and toffee.
The attack is surprisingly soft and the creamy palate is rich, full of complimentary flavors of cream, coffee, chocolate, the lingering finish has notes of nuts and toasted hazelnuts.
Tuaca is 100% natural, based on a 500-year-old recipe originating in the hills of tuscany. The process begins according to tradition with the selection of the finest italian brandy, ranging from 3 to 10 years old. It’s sourced from faenza, a small city near bologna, known for producing brandy with a pleasing aroma, amber color and an exceptionally smooth finish. The final presentation is created as the master blender folds the italian brandy into a blend of natural sugar and fine spirits before adding the crowning touch of soft citrus and vanilla essences.
Notes of vanilla and citrus.
Hints of butterscotch, cola, dried fig and other flavors.
Complex and versatile flavor.
Glayva Scottish Liqueur
Hugely popular Scottish liqueur made with whisky, honey, spices, almonds, and tangerines. The name is the phonetic pronunciation of the Gaelic ‘gle math’ meaning ‘very good’. Rather brilliantly, Glayva Scottish Liqueur is now trademarked as ‘the best liqueur in the world’ after winning the IWSC trophy a record-breaking five times.
Amber is so complex and bright as to appear coppery.
The warmth of whiskies on the nose, with mouth-watering notes of cinnamon, nuts, and tangerines, and an echo of beehives.
A gorgeously smooth melange of grain, spices, and citrus orchard. Any bitterness is beautifully balanced with sweetness. Honeyed, sophisticated, and comforting.