Dear Curious Readers,
The herbs and spices series continues with liqueurs ! If there is one category of spirits that is still very much linked with medicine .....
(like most of the spirits did at the beginning of that fabulous story), this are bitters and liqueurs. In addition to that glorious past, they share 1/ the presence of sugar 2/ one of the component is a distilled spirit. What else? Read on here on the Liqueurs 101
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Non alcoholic spirits
Plant based spirits
Sugarcane based spirits (rum, rhum agricole, cachaca, arrack batavia, ronmiel de Canaria, charanda...)
Agave based spirits (tequila, mezcal, raicilla, bacanora, sotol, pulque)
Grains based spirits
Grain based spirits
(baijiu, soju, shoshu, korn, vodka)
Fruits based spirits
Fruit based spirits (eaux de vies, fruit brandies, calvados, applejack)
grape or pomace based spirits (cognac, armagnac, pisco, grappa, marc, fine)
Herbs and spices based spirits
(anis-based, raki, ouzo, pastis, liqueur, creme de liqueurs, vermouth, gin, genever, aquavit, juniper based spirits)