A powerful aroma disguises the subtle 'bitter sweet' taste, packed with flavours from a clever blend of herbs, driven by the unique coca leaf. Enjoyable on its own, over ice, with lime or as a versatile cocktail ingredient.
Alize Bleu Passion is an infusion of delectable passionfruit , fresh cherries and a hint of ginger blended with premium French vodka. This unique combination is bold and bursting with vivid passionfruit, ripe cherries and spices.
Alize Gold Passion delicately blends the intensley flavoured and aromatic juices of the exotic passion fruit with premium French vodka. The result is a liqueur that is exceptionally smooth and favorably sweet and vivid passionfruit flavour.
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. Contains 17% alcohol by volume. In 2007 Amarula was awarded: Trophy for Best Liqueur in the World at the IWSC competition.
Aperol Spritz is a refreshing drink that is perfect for summer and this Aperol Spritz pack makes it easy to make this popular Aperitivo at home. The pack includes a 700ml bottle of Aperol and a 750ml bottle of Cinzano Prosecco. It is a bitter sweet tasting drink with notes of candied orange. Easy to make with 90mL Prosecco, 60mL Aperol, 30mL Soda Water.
Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color it has a unique bitter-sweet taste deriving from a secret recipe that has remained unchanged since its creation. An infusion of precious primary components, many herbs and roots in a perfectly balanced combination.
This year, Baileys invites you to gather round friends and enjoy the taste of freshly baked Apple Pie à la mode blended with Irish diary cream. Enjoy as a drink over ice, in chai tea, and over ice cream for a modern adult treat.
Bailey's, the number one selling liqueur in the world, is lush, with fresh cream characters, a gentle nuttiness, and a perfectly balanced dash of Irish whisky. Enjoy Baileys straight, on the rocks with ice-cream or in 'Irish coffee.'