This is the worlds second top-selling liqueur. Essential in cocktails such as Brown Cow, it is superb all by itself. It is richly flavored and full-bodied. Kahlua, the well-known Mexican product is made from sugar, coffee and vanilla, just like ours. Classic Liquors have created an easy way for the home-brewer to produce the most delicious liqueurs in just three weeks. This is not a little bottle of flavour that you add to Vodka or raw alcohol. Classic Liquors start with water, sugar and our kit. You produce your very own 40% Proof (20%) alcohol that you brew and clarify at home. You will need, in addition to a kit from us, two one-gallon demijohns, a length of clear plastic syphon hose equipped with a clamp, an air-lock, water and sugar. Three weeks later, you will enjoy your own home-made liqueurs, such as Amaretto, Mexican Coffee, Peach Schnapps and others depending on which variety you purchase. Ten varieties are available to choose from. Easy to follow directions guide you, each step of the way. This kit was designed to be easy. Developed with the home-brewer in mind by a food scientist with twenty years of brewing experience, Classic Liquors combine the pleasure of home-brewing with a delicious and different taste experience. Robust, rapid fermentation, resulting in complete conversion of sugar to alcohol. pH control for better fermentation and final quality develops a fruity 20% (40 Proof) base liquor which blends well with all types of flavors. Glucose solids are provided with the kit, to impart that smooth finish. Top quality flavors in generous quantities give a final product as close to the original as possible.
Coconut Rum Liqueur Kit by Still Spirits This gorgeous drink is based on white rum and has a strong taste of coconut. You will also need 620 ml of cheap 40% ABV vodka to produce 1.125 liters of Coconut Rum liqueur. The box contains Top Shelf coconut rum essence as well as the required liqueur base. Takes about 5 minutes to make, and can be drunk immediately.
A rum based liqueur with chocolate, caramel, and coffee notes. Makes 1.125 Liters (1.5 Bottles) Take 550ml of 40% Alcohol, add still spirits Base C, flavouring and then top up to 1.125L with water. Mix well and enjoy.
If you grew up in rural Pennsylvania, chances are you've consumed your share of rhubarb. Pies, teas, jams...for a few months a year, it seems like it's everywhere and in everything. The roots of the Keystone State's rhubarbiness go all the way back to our favorite insanely industrious and pioneering founding father, Ben Franklin.Aside from leading a revolution and discovering electricity, Franklin was an avid agriculturalist and best friend of botanist John Bartram. In fact, Franklin brought the first rhubarb seeds from Europe to America as a gift for Mr. Bartram in 1771. (Bartram's Garden in Philadelphia is America's oldest botanical garden. If you haven't visited, you really should.) Point in fact, rhubarb originally came from China, where it was used as an herbal tonic. In the late 18th century, cane sugar became more affordable, which changed the way rhubarb was enjoyed.Upon discovering the capacity of sugar to release the wonders of the plant's intrinsic flavor, rhubarb migrated from a fold tonic to a tasty treat. Legend has it, Bartram was so enthused with rhubarb, he concocted a lovely garden tea showcasing his new botanical prize. We were mulling over this story when we came up with the idea of creating our own Art in the Age garden spirit in Mr. Bartram's honor.We are proud to offer you RHUBARB Tea! RHUBARB Tea features a botanical bounty of beets, carrots, lemons, petitgrain, cardamom, pure cane sugar, and of course, Batram's prize rhubarb. All organically certified and delicious. A confident 80 proof spirit that's tangy but not too tangy-sweet, but not too sweet. Crisp and refreshing, but with a hint of spice. We guarantee there's never been anything else like it...at least not since 1771. (Oh, and just to let you know, finding a source for organically certified rhubarb was quite a feat, so please savor every drop.) Organic Liquor Cordials & Liquers Domestic
Makers Notes - With an intense raspberry aroma and flavor, our framboise liqueur is lovely all on its own as a digestif—and the perfect compliment to anything chocolate. It's also pretty great on pancakes. Or bearskin rugs.
Set sail for the Emerald Isle on a syrupy smooth sea of rich, indulgent Bailey’s Irish Cream. Your favorite liqueur is like an old friend: you’ve been pouring a jigger or two into your coffee to kick it up a notch for as long as you can remember. Now let the iconic alcohol dandy up your candy. Each twist-wrapped milk chocolate houses a center of deliciously dreamy Irish cream. Unit Price = $0.50/piece. Note: This product contains real alcohol -- must be 21 or older to purchase! Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should not consume this product. Display box contains 72 pieces of twist wrapped Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur Chocolates. Shipping Weight 4 lbs.
This liqueur belongs to the ancient Turin culture and tradition. It is based on the famous Gianduja' chocolate cream, i.e. a blend of cocoa and roasted hazelnuts that has been named after Gianduja, the traditional mask of the Turin carnival celebrated in the commedia dell'arte. The original Bicerin recipe, back in 1700, mentioned coffee as one of the ingredients. However coffee and cocoa at that time were very expensive products imported from overseas. On the other hand the Piedmont region, where Turin is the capital, has always been a very important hazelnuts producer. For this reason, at the beginning of 1800, the artful Turinese chocolatiers found a way to cut the costs of their chocolates by blending cocoa and roasted hazelnuts powder, thus inventing the giandujotto' chocolate, that is so well known and appreciated all over the world, and our present Bicerin liqueur. This recipe has remained unaltered since thenFor those who are not from Turin or from Northern Italy, it is interesting to note that the word bicerin' in our local dialects means small glass'. In fact the habit is to serve Bicerin in a small clear rounded glass cup with an iron handle.. The New York Times (2/6/08) acclaimed Bicerin the hit of the 2004 Turin Winter Olympic Games. Liquor Cordials & Liquers Imported
Thomas Jefferson was a man of many achievements - a Founding Father, a speaker of five languages, third president of the United States and one heck of a horticulturist. (He reportedly obsessed more about his Monticello garden than about writing the Declaration of Independence).Jefferson's foremost botanical adviser was Bernard McMahon, a horticulturist who emigrated to Philadelphia in 1796 and published the country's first seed list, which caught the eye of its botanically predisposed president. This lead to a longtime correspondence during which McMahon became Jefferson's friend and gardening mentor.After dispatching Lewis and Clark to explore the continent, it was McMahon, whom Jefferson tasked with growing and chronicling the 130 plants discovered on their expedition, resuling in the book “Flora Americae.' In a time when the Founding Fathers were consumed with distancing themselves from traditional English gardens, McMahon's book was a godsend,giving men like Jefferson the resources to create stunning and productive gardens based on plants native to the New World.In those days, it was customary for the gentry to make their own garden spirits. Each family's was different, reflecting both their tastes and the output of the local soil. For our fourth Art in the Age libation, we thought it would be interesting to create a refreshing “garden gin' using some of the esculent botanicals chronicled by McMahon in his publications and grown by Jefferson at his Monticello gardens.The result is sippable and fascinating, swirling with the grace and elegance of a post-colonial, pre-industrial America. With an intoxicating aroma and woodsy, herbaceous flavor, SAGE mixes deliciously in both savory and sweet cocktails. Instilled with organic American botanicals including thyme, rosemary, lavender, fennel and, of course sage, it calls to mind an earlier, more verdant world, when nature was more abundant and adventures more frequent. Please join us in our revival of craft cocktails from simpler times. Organic Liquor Cordials & Liquers Domestic
Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur is an exceptionally rich, creamy-tasting white chocolate liqueur with the world-famous Godiva name. Let it inspire you in a variety of tempting cocktails, in coffee and cappuccino, over ice cream or in desserts.
In the 1700's, it was called Root Tea.' An herbal remedy made with sassafras, sarsaparilla, birch bark and other wild roots and herbs. Native Americans taught the recipe to colonial settlers. As it was passed it down from generation to generation, it grew in potency and complexity. Particularly in the Pennsylvania hinterlands, where the ingredients naturally grow in abundance.At the close of the 19th century, as the Temperance movement conspired to take the fun out of everything, a Philadelphia pharmacist removed the alcohol from Root Tea and rechristened it (ironically) Root Beer'. He did this so that hard drinking Pennsylvania coal miners and steelworkers could enjoy it in place of true alcoholic refreshment. He introduced his Root Beer' in a big way at the still legendary 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The rest, as you know, is flaccid historyHere at Art in the Age, we thought it would be interesting and fun to turn back the clock and recreate a true pre-temperance alcoholic Root Tea. We've even made it certified organic, since back then, everything was organic. This is the opposite of corporate culture. It's a genuine experience rooted in history and our own landscape. It is a truly interesting and contemplative quaff. Certainly like nothing else we have ever tasted before. It is NOT Root Beer flavored vodka or a sickly sweet liqueur.. . It is distilled from organic sugar cane grown in the U.S., and has a lively, burnished rose-gold color.. Incredibly unique in flavor, fairly clean on the palate with strong notes of birch, peppery herbaceousness, spices, citrus and vanilla bean.. Very aromatic in the glass and finishes medium dry and exceptionally full-bodied.. A truly original spirit with a strong enough backbone to hold up in cocktail; a classic, but like nothing else. Organic Liquor Cordials & Liquers Domestic
What would happen, we asked,if we took a traditional German Lebkuchen' and distilled the ingredients into an organic spirit? What is a lebkuchen, you ask? A ginger snap!But not the mass-market, high-fructose junk at the supermarket. We're talking a real Pennsylvania Dutch (which actually means Pennsylvania German, not Dutch. Many years ago, someone apparently misheard deutsch' for dutch') ginger snap made with hearty blackstrap molasses and fresh ginger. The kind our mothers, grandmothers, and great-great-great-grandmothers used to make.Lebkuchen' was invented by German monks in the 12th century and first appeared in America in the late 1600s when German Anabaptists looking for religious freedom came to Pennsylvania to be part of William Penn's Holy Experiment.' Although most people don't know it, the Pennsylvania Dutch are a diverse and tolerant bunch, encompassing a mix of religions and the non-religious. What they all had in common was a strenuous work ethic and a robust culinary tradition. Because these early Germans were rustic farmers, they baked with hearty blackstrap molasses rather than refined sugar. Back then, this was considered backward and unsophisticated by the English,' but today we know otherwise.Blackstrap molasses retains the natural goodness that gets stripped away by the refining process. It also provides a very distinct and earthy flavor. Of course, the Pennsylvania Dutch didn't distill a Lebkuchen spirit. That was our idea. But we think it is a delicious one. There are other alcoholic ginger products on the market, but they are either sickly sweet liqueuers or artificially flavored vodkas. This is a sophisticated organic spirit based on authentic folk history designed for people who know how to drink. It's the kind of genuine experience we wish there was more of in the world. Try it and you will say nix besser,' which is Pennsylvania Dutch for none better..
Delicious chocolate balls are filled with cherry and rum liqueurs and then coated with thin candy shells in Valentine colors of red and white. Perfect for the Valentine's Day candy dish! There are approximately 75 pieces per pound. Ball Diameter: 1/2 Inch Unit Price = $11.90/lb. Bag contains 5 pounds Valentines Red & White Chocolate Cordial Candy Balls. Made in the USA. Shipping Weight 6 lbs.
Liquor Vodka and Liqueur
Liquor Vodka and Liqueur
Various types of apples along with spices and cinnamon blended with the finest neutral grain spirit come together to produce the aromatic nose and heady flavor of Travis Hasse’s Original Apple Pie Liqueur.
Liquor Vodka and Liqueur
Liquor Vodka and Liqueur
Everyone’s favorite coffee liqueur now comes encased in a dome of milk chocolate. Wash these candies down with white chocolate and vodka for a candy version of a white Russian, just like The Dude drank. Sometimes you eat the bar and, well, sometimes the bar eats you. But then sometimes you eat Kahlua Liquor Filled Chocolates, too. Unit Price = $0.50/piece. Note: This product contains real alcohol -- must be 21 or older to purchase! Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should not consume this product. Display box contains 72 pieces of twist wrapped Kahlua Liquor Filled Chocolates. Shipping Weight 4 lbs. Kosher Certified.
Sabra Orange Chocolate Liqueur, Israel, unique geenie like bottle, this liqueur has chocolate and orange flavors, but in a half-hearted light way. A product of Israel. Great as a mixer or in brownies; dessert- after meal liquor. Kosher Liquor CORDIALS & LIQUEURS IMPORTED