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  1. This famous Orange liqueur is produced according to a secret recipe that has remained unchanged for 150 years. Unlike most other triple sec liqueurs, Cointreau is full spirit-strength. Your Cosmopolitan wouldn't be the same without it!
  2. Light brown to caramel. Fresh, smooth and well rounded. Full creamy taste with nuances of the exotic marula fruit - in taste and aftertaste. Distinctive flavour, round and soft in taste, versatile in terms of mixability.
  3. Packed with Mascara cherries and hints of almond, butter and sweeties, this Italian liqueur comes wrapped in its unmistakable straw jacket.
  4. Made exclusively with a luxurious base of quality Cognac, Grand Marnier has a smooth richness to it and a sharp, vibrant orange flavour. A versatile liqueur which is the base for many cocktails.
  5. Aromas of orange blossoms combined with candied orange zest as well as toasted wood notes reminiscent of aged Cognac. On the palate find delicious bitter-sweet orange enriched by notes of candied orange with a touch of hazelnut, bitter almonds and marzipan.

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  6. This famous Orange liqueur is produced according to a secret recipe that has remained unchanged for 150 years. Unlike most other triple sec liqueurs, Cointreau is full spirit-strength. Your Cosmopolitan wouldn't be the same without it!
  7. This famous Orange liqueur is produced according to a secret recipe that has remained unchanged for 150 years. Unlike most other triple sec liqueurs, Cointreau is full spirit-strength. Your Cosmopolitan wouldn't be the same without it!
  8. An exquisite, well-balanced blend of mandarins and refined 10-year-old aged cognac. It is complex, rich and full-bodied, perfect for discerning gentlemen and women.
  9. This liqueur is taken directly from the first cocktail book ever published, How To Mix Drinks, or The Bon-vivant’s Companion. Written by one Jerry Thomas, this book first appeared in 1862 (during the American Civil War) and is an invaluable window on a different age of beverages.
    $59.95 Bottle
  10. ​Solerno’s bitter-sweet, mouthwatering juiciness comes from the essential oils of the blood orange fruit and the blended lemon. There are notes of orange blossom, candied orange peels and ripe raspberries which burst open with sweetness first, then burn off to a well-balanced dry finish with lingering warmth.
  11. Crisp, tangy and it has an incredibly fresh tasting lemon flavour.

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  12. This Limoncello is koakoa’s signature offering. Selecting the best quality New Zealand fruit and handcraft a liqueur which is described as bright, zesty citrus with a hint of sherbet lemons and bonbons. It has a soft, creamy lemon start with a flash of citrus blossom and lemon meringue pie.
    $42.95 Bottle

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