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- A delicious egg liqueur, produced according to traditional Dutch methods.
- Through antiquity we learned that almond aroma arouses passion in females. Only to release that aroma, you have to go beyond nuts. Don't you worry, it's still almonds galore in our Amaretto. But with a little extra. For that extra oomph, we added some more hard to resist ingredients, such as vanilla extract and fresh lemon distillate. A touch of caramel finishes it, turning the liqueur deep gold.
- A distillate of imported aniseed is blended with fine neutral spirit to preserve the fresh flavour.
- Apple schnapss is carefully created with flavours from fresh fruit sourced from around the world to deliver you the authentic taste of sweet, crisp red apples.
- For centuries apricots were considered an aphrodisiac in Europe. Its luscious curves, juicy flesh and sweet taste led people to believe that the eating the prune would unleash the powers of love. All we know is that fresh apricots make fine liqueur. Especially when you blend in some crushed fruit kernels and bring the distillate up to taste with quality brandy. We’ve been doing that for ages.
- Experience the one of a kind character and smooth taste of De Kuyper’s XO Apricot Brandy. A delightfully rich liqueur, made of premium apricots from France and Turkey and tastefully blended with Grande Campagne XO Cognac. Discover this limited edition liqueur: made to perfection, but only in a small amount. Savour it neat, on the rocks or in a classic cocktail.
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- De Kuyper's Bessenjenever is still made according to the traditional recipe from fresh black currant
- Bigshot is "powerfully fruity".
- Other than the name suggests, the blackberry isn’t black at all. In fact, it’s not even a berry. The ‘berry’ is a composition of dark purple drupelets. A bunch of miniberries, if you like. However misleading the name, it’s one of the tastiest fruits to work with. For this liqueur we’ve selected the best ones, adding sugar, eau-de-vie and elderberry to bring out the full-bodied blackberry taste.
- The essence of this liqueur is the Curaçao or Lahara fruit, famous for being inedibly bitter. Luckily, it is also incredibly useful in creating a distinctive liqueur. Having covered the 'Curaçao', what about the 'blue'? Honestly, blue made this liqueur famous, but doesn't do anything for the taste. For all we care, this might as well have been Clear Curaçao – no one would taste the difference.