Synonyms of 'Liqueurs'
advocaata liqueur having a raw egg base amarettoan Italian liqueur with a flavour of almonds Amendoa Amargaanisettea liquorice-flavoured liqueur made from aniseed Bailey's Irish Cream(trademark)Benedictinea greenish-yellow liqueur made from a secret formula developed at the Benedictine monastery at Fécamp in France in about 1510 chartreuseeither of two liqueurs, green or yellow, made from herbs and flowers cherry brandya red liqueur made of brandy flavoured with cherries Cointreau(trademark)a colourless liqueur with orange flavouring crèmeany of various sweet liqueurs crème de cacaoa sweet liqueur with a chocolate flavour crème de menthea liqueur flavoured with peppermint, usually bright green in colour Curaçaoan orange-flavoured liqueur originally made there Drambuie(trademark)a liqueur based on Scotch whisky and made exclusively in Scotland from a recipe dating from the 18th century FrangelicoGalliano(trademark)Glayva(trademark)Grand Marnier(trademark)a French cognac-based liqueur with an orange flavour Kahluakümmela German liqueur flavoured with aniseed and cumin Malibu(trademark)maraschinoa liqueur made from marasca cherries and flavoured with the kernels, having a taste like bitter almonds Midorinoyaua liqueur made from brandy flavoured with nut kernels pastispeach schnappsPernod(trademark)pousse-caféa drink of liqueurs of different colours in unmixed layers prunellea green French liqueur made from sloes ratafia or ratafeeany liqueur made from fruit or from brandy with added fruit sambuccaSouthern Comfort(trademark)Tia Maria(trademark)a coffee-flavoured liqueur from the Caribbean Van der Huma liqueur with tangerine flavouring Veuve Jacquolot ▷ See liqueur
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Word List of Liqueurs from the Collins English Word Lists