Liqueurs are distilled spirits that are flavored with fruit, cream, herbs, nuts, spices or even flowers and bottled with sugar added for sweetening. They are typically not aged but do have time to marry the flavors together. There are so many different types of liqueur that it would be foolish to try and name them all. In all honesty, think of a flavor and there is probably an alcohol flavor for it.
An orange-flavored liqueur with a cognac base, this alcohol has been around since the late 1800s. Considered a high-end, luxury booze, it is used in everything from Margaritas to dessert dishes.
G.E. Massenez Crème de Mure
Blackberry liqueur made from wild blackberries. Made in France by the Massenez family, so sweet and delicious, it could be used on pancakes.