On the rocks or mixed with other ingredients, liqueur drinks add a sweet finish to the meal. These easy liqueur recipes showcase fruity, nutty, and coffee-flavored liqueurs, including limoncello fizz and white Russian.
Enjoy this light and lovely Blue Curacao-based drink.
All of your favorite flavors of fall, from apple to pumpkin to cinnamon, simmer in your slow cooker to create one comforting cocktail. Serve it fireside or at a holiday party.
For a special drink, serve this rich, homemade liqueur over ice.
This fresh take on sangria combines strawberry schnapps and white wine to create a crisp, fruity summer drink.
You make your own eggnog, spiked with a little Kahlua, for this holiday drink.
Here's a secret many bartenders know: Most drinks follow the basic formula of 2 parts base (spirit) with 1 part sweetener (liqueur or sugar) and 1 to 2 parts juice (lemon, lime, or orange). This lime and vodka cocktail follows that rule.
Amaretto, an Italian almond liqueur, adds an unexpected flavor component to this cinnamon bundt cake.
Not a bourbon fan? Try vodka instead! Feel free to customize the sugar rims with a color that coordinates with any holiday throughout the year.
This traditional brandy-based cocktail is usually topped off with orange liqueur and lemon juice, then served in a sugared glass with a twist of lemon.
Pull out the cocktail shaker and add the key ingredients to this Mexican drink: tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur. Cointreau is a popular orange liqueur.
This hot chocolate drink, made with two types of liqueurs, is for adults only.
Try this homemade version of the classic Italian limoncello as a food gift for friends, or simply served chilled after dinner as part of dessert.