Not An Orange Liqueur Set
Orange liqueur has been a bar staple since the very first cocktails were mixed up in the 19th century. It is perhaps the most ubiquitous liqueur on any cocktail list, classic or modern, from cheap triple sec to classic curacao to Cointreau to Grand Marnier. It is therefore kind of surprising that other citrus liqueurs weren't much of a thing until recently (along with other cocktail friendly bright fruit flavors). So whether you are looking to sass up your Sidecar, ameliorate your Margarita, or magnify your Mai Tai, we got you covered.
This set includes three bright and juicy alternatives:
Chinola Passion Fruit Liqueur is made with fresh passion fruit juice (100 percent non-GMO passion fruit grown in the town of Majagual in the Dominican Republic), cane sugar and neutral cane sugar spirit, the cordial is neon yellow, subtly sweet, lip-smackingly sour and incredibly versatile. Make your Mai Tai somehow even Mai Tai-er with this tropical temptation. (750 ml)
Combier Pamplemousse Grapefruit Liqueur is your new Margarita sidekick. Though we love a classic Marg any day of the week, the pairing of zingy, tart, and subtly bitter grapefruit with the earthy agave character of good Tequila is just too perfect to deny ourselves. Made in France by a storied producer that also happens to make a stellar orange liqueur as well, this is truly essential. (750 ml)
Marie Brizard Yuzu Liqueur is a somewhat surprisingly toothsome treat from an old school liqueur maker that many tend to overlook in recent years, though it would certainly ve a mistake to do so with this one. Yuzu is a key ingredient in Japanese gastronomy, thanks to its delicate & unexpected taste, somewhere in the venn diagram between grapefruit, lime & tangerine citrus. This liqueur is made with natural essential oils, with no coloring & no preservatives. The flavor is fresh and sour, with a hint of bitterness. (750 ml)