Just before the turn of the century...in 1889, to be precise, the Eiffel Tower was the wonder of the Paris Exhibition! And, during that same year, in America, the Mohawk brand began.
An Italian inspired cordial with the essence of premium almonds and other natural flavors. Perfect after dinner, or as an addition to numerous cocktails, Mohawk Amaretto Liqueur is a sweet and delicious choice.
An Italian liqueur, flavored with anise, elderberrys, sugar and a secret combination of herbs and spices giving a licorice taste. Sambucas nigra the scientific name for the elderberry
Mohawk Sloe gin is a sweet gin-based liqueur flavored with blackthorn plums (sloe plums). It is aged on wood-barrels for a mellow, sweet flavor and has a red clear color that is perfect for pretty cocktails.
Distilled extracts of oranges and curacao fruit, delicately blended to preserve the orange flavor. This orange-flavored liqueur is the essential ingredient in almost any margarita.
Sour raspberry flavored schnapps. The sweet flavor of ripe raspberries ending in our signature burst of flavor will be sure to kick up your classic martinis.
Dekuyper Pucker Island Blue is a tangy mixed fruit medley with a sweet and sour sensation. A Burst of fruit flavors followed by a mouth puckering sour.
Dekuyper Strawberry Pucker is a sweet and sour sensation. Just add a splash of strawberry passion to your vodka, rum, or tequila cocktail for a new taste sensation.
Made from the natural oils and flavors of Mediterranean oranges, Blood Orange mixes tangy, juicy tastes and vibrant orange aromas for a bright, bold liqueur experience.
Made from all natural ingredients including apricot and almond, Hiram Walker® Amaretto is warm golden brown liqueur with a strong almond and caramel flavor.
Hiram Walker® Coffee Brandy is a rich full liqueur made from carefully selected and percolated coffee beans for a deep coffee color and fresh roasted coffee flavor.
Made from the peel of Curacao oranges, Hiram Walker® Blue Curacao is a delicately flavored orange cordial that takes its name from the Caribbean Island of Curacao.