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.See Popular Liqueur Drinks Recipes
With only a few ingredients you can create a distinctive lemon liqueur that makes a lovely holiday gift, or to serve at your next party.
You make your own eggnog, spiked with a little Kahlua, for this holiday drink.
This fresh take on sangria combines strawberry schnapps and white wine to create a crisp, fruity summer drink.
For a special drink, serve this rich, homemade liqueur over ice.
Enjoy this light and lovely Blue Curacao-based drink.
All of your favorite flavors of fallfrom apple to pumpkin to cinnamonsimmer in your slow cooker to create one comforting cocktail. Serve it fireside or at a holiday party.
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.
Maraschino cherry juice gives this springy cocktail its namesake color. Cheers!
For this impressive dinner entree, roasted pork tenderloin is encased in flaky puff pastry with a tasty layer of mincemeat.
Flavored vodka mixes with Irish cream and orange liqueurs to make this sweet, sugar-rimmed cocktail.
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.
This hot chocolate drink, made with two types of liqueurs, is for adults only.
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.