Enoy Grand Marnier? You can thank Louis-Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle for this bar staple created in 1880.
The perfect addition to a glass of dry white wine or Champagne.
Talk about variety: Benedictine is made with 27 different plants and spices.
Add a berry note to your cocktails with this raspberry and blackberry French liqueur.
Every minute of every day, drinkers around the world have 2,300 glasses of this sweet cream liqueur.
A secret blend of herbs and spices makes up this liqueur fit for a Scottish revolutionary.
Campari is a bitter-sweet, red liqueur that is essential to the Negroni and other classic cocktails.
Toast the French general with a glass of his favorite liqueur.
Channel your inner hunter with this ever-popular liqueur.