• Avion Espresso Liqueur

    Deep, dark black coffee color being completely opaque. The nose is unmistakably filled with Italian espresso with supporting notes of Mexican dark chocolate, vanilla bean, and a hint of pepper. The palate is richer and sweeter than the nose would suggest with Avion’s signature acidity to keep it fresh and vibrant - no small feat for a liqueur. While certainly sweet it is remarkable to experience the balance of roasted dry coffee beans and pepper punctuating the lush and generous core. $24.99 – 4 Stars

  • Grand Marnier Raspberry Peach Liqueur

    Crystal clear with a beautiful and nearly indescribable color being part peach, gold, pale ruby, and copper. The aromatics are dominated by peach and citrus with a good deal of zest and a touch of pith while on whole being quite delicate. The palate is more assertive with sweet raspberry notes coming to the fore flanked by orange zest and peach concentrate. At the heart of this liqueur is GM’s ideal marriage of orange and Cognac. This is a wonderful addition to the portfolio and a new clever tool for bartenders. $39.99 – 4 Stars

  • Grand Marnier Cuvée 1880 Liqueur

    Beautiful deep bronze to amber color. Initially the aromatics cause a deep pause. The nose is clearly dominated by old and luxurious Cognac with the heart of your favorite XO. Supporting notes of orange essence are present and grow in the glass with continued aeration. The palate fully delivers on the promise of the nose offering layer upon layer of rich, sweet Cognac with notes of orange laced vanilla fudge, hints of marzipan, allspice, nutmeg, candied ginger, and tangerine. This is a seriously good liqueur with a judicious dose of sugar and superb balance. Full-bodied and luxurious and it's size and heft. A luxury product that sadly few will experience but it’s worthy of seeking out an outlet that offers this beauty in a glass. $350 – 4 Stars

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