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li·queur

(li-kĕr'),
A cordial; a spirit containing sugar and aromatics.
[Fr.]

li·queur

(li-kur)
A cordial; a spirit containing sugar and aromatics.
[Fr.]
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Tequila Rose from McCormick Distilling was among the first cream liqueurs on the shelf that did not feature Irish whiskey.
Brands such as Campari, Aperol and others have always been included in the cordial category, as they are in many cases nearly as sweet as more fruit-driven liqueurs.
Many consumers today, especially the questing and curious Millennial, are seeking out new taste experiences-and are discovering a treasure trove in cordials and liqueurs.
Increasing use of liqueurs in cocktails is a key driver in the global liqueurs market.
Limoncello Cake is made with Limoncello liqueur, lightly embellished with white chocolate pieces, infused with Limoncello glaze, and finished off with Limoncello-soaked crumb topping.
HRISTMAS is a great time for Irish Cream liqueurs, and before you reach for the trusty Baileys, you might want to take a look at our reviews - as it didn't come out on top
With the cold winds with us now, and Christmas on its way, I asked five of my girlie pals to help me blindtaste 14 cream liqueurs.
6 thousand liters of liqueurs and spirits for the first nine months of 2014, the State Customs Service told Tazabek.
Homemade Liqueurs and Infused Spirits offers a fine recipe book for homemade liqueurs that can be made with a minimum of equipment, and offers the author's own innovative recipes for liquors flavored with herbs, spices and more.