What would be the most interesting, attractive, and tasty liqueur I could buy or make my father as a Christmas present? [more inside]
posted by rue72
on Dec 1, 2013 -
I'm looking for a Greek liqueur called 'tentura' in Los Angeles, CA, USA. The usual big box alcohol vendors don't seem to have it, and a few Greek specialty shops didn't either. Anyone know of a source?
posted by felix
on Oct 17, 2011 -
DIY Liqueur: Cointreau.
I've finally run through the bottle left by a fellow MeFite. How do I make a rough approximation? I've searched around a little, and the "recipes" all involve stringing and hanging oranges. Why that technique? [more inside]
posted by klangklangston
on Jun 6, 2011 -
I didn't get my limoncello started in time (which I'd usually let go for three or four weeks). Are there any homemade liqueurs I can start tonight that will be ready to drink by Christmas?
posted by mudpuppie
on Dec 13, 2010 -
Tomorrow I will be baking a bread pudding with dried cherries and a meringue topping for my dear friend's birthday dinner. The original recipe calls for bourbon in both pudding and sauce, but she is not a whiskey girl. She has, however, given me the go-ahead to sub in another liquor or liqueur. [more inside]
posted by anonnymoose
on Dec 2, 2010 -
My father asked me. Figured I could find it, quick. I've used google et al and can't seem to lock down anything but a likely country of origin, Spain(?)...
Still, the question is:
Where can Ojen liqueur be purchased in the US?
But any details regarding its origin/production (/existence?) would probably be useful.
posted by justrobin
on Jan 12, 2009 -
What is your best frosting recipe that doesn't use confectioners' sugar but does use a liqueur? [more inside]
posted by Polychrome
on Jun 21, 2008 -
Thanks to this question
, I have another liquor-related question. I'm a peachy girl, and my idea of heaven is a peach-filled universe. I like peach-flavored liqueur, alcohol and such, but I can't find a reliably tasty one to use as a base. [more inside]
posted by mitzyjalapeno
on Nov 5, 2007 -
Does anyone have a good cordial/liqueur recipe that uses fresh berries and everclear? If so, please share! [more inside]
posted by charlesroper
on Jul 23, 2007 -
LiqueurFilter: After realizings that vodka + sugar + instant coffee + water + vanilla + chocolate and carmel syrup to taste makes a decent version of Kahlua, I am looking for other good liqueur recipes. [more inside]
posted by magikker
on Feb 12, 2007 -
We're trying to find Drumgray Cream Liqueur
in the US. Does anyone know of a way to get this awesome stuff in the states, or do the limeys get to keep it all to themselves?
posted by SpecialK
on Oct 31, 2006 -
BoozeFilter: The flavor of cola drinks
, like Coke, is "a mixture, or fantasia, of vanilla, cinnamon, and citrus flavorings". Knowing this, what three kinds of alcohol would you combine if you wanted to make a mixed drink that tasted as much like cola as possible? [more inside]
posted by moss
on Aug 6, 2006 -
I'd like to get my uncle a nice and/or unique liqueur for Christmas. Does anyone have any suggestions for good liqueurs or good liquor stores in the Annapolis area where something like that could be acquired?
posted by emptybowl
on Dec 21, 2005 -
ISO Lakka (Finnish cloudberry liqueur). No one seems to import it into the U.S. Does anyone know a U.S. source or a European place that will ship to the U.S.?
posted by KRS
on Dec 7, 2005 -
There's a wonderful liqueur that I'd like to buy as a gift, but it's only available from a distillery in Germany. I contacted the distillery, and with my somewhat limited German, was able to ask about shipment to the US. They can ship it, but don't accept payment via credit card, but rather "mit Rechnung." This I believe to be "by check," but I'm not sure. Has anyone had experience with this kind of transaction? Some German sites I saw which also require that kind of payment have forms that ask for a password. Is this an EU thing only?
posted by icetaco
on Dec 3, 2004 -
I'd like some help identifying an empty flask I found in a drawer.
It's from Germany, and bears the inscription "Herrenberger Blutwurzelansatz / Weinhaus Gläßer / Brennerei Herrenberg / Deutsches Erzeugnis
The bottle is at least 10-12 years old, and doesn't mention any overseas distributor. Could it have held an herbal wine, or a liqueur?
posted by Smart Dalek
on Jan 12, 2004 -