Liqueurs and aperitifs have a bad name because the commoditized ones are loaded with sugar, largely to conceal harsh alcohol: Gran Marnier is somewhere above 30% sugar, Kahlua around 45%. If you use good alcohol or, better, great alcohol, you can use way less sugar and get a drink that showcases the ingredients, be they fresh-picked rose petals or Seville orange peels from Curaçao or Burundi Shamba arabica coffee beans.
FIRELIT Coffee Liqueur Batch 15-Sumatra Mandheling: Batch 15 : Cold-brewed 100% Arabica "Sumatra Mandheling" from Lake Toba, Sumatra. Roasted by Reve Coffee Roasters, Lafayette, LA
750 ml / 30% ABV
Liqueurs & Aperitifs
Old Sugar Liqueurs