Liqueur, herbal


Herb infused liqueur.

Many liqueurs actually incorporate herbal essences for minor flavor additions, but herbal liqueurs are based entirely on herbs.

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Brands and Variations of Herbal liqueur

Agwa de Bolivia[home page]

Agwa de Bolivia is a liqueur produced in Holland. It is manufactured using coca leaf from Bolivia, as well as a variety of other ingredients commonly found in energy drinks, such as guarana and ginseng.

Coca leaf is a raw material used in the industrial production of cocaine, however unprocessed leaves, when chewed in the traditional manner, generally have a mild stimulant effect, which Agwa de Bolivia seeks to incorporate into the beverage. Agwa de Bolivia manufacturers claim that the cocaine content of their leaves is removed to levels that satisty European and American standards, and the drink is widely available in both areas.

St-Germain[home page]

A liqueur made from elderflower blossoms picked in the French alps. The blossoms are macerated with grape spirit, then combined with cane sugar and citrus.