Thyme flower liqueur is traditional to the south of France, where it is served as a digestif and also used to relieve sore throats and congested coughs. It can be sipped neat, on the rocks, or used in cocktails and desserts.
Homemade preserves and jams with farm-fresh fruit are the essence of rural Italian cuisine. This tangy marmalade has a unique, slightly tart aftertaste that is a fabulous contrast when paired with cheeses, crackers, and a sparkling white wine.
Is your yard overflowing with kumquats, or you bought a basket of these irresistible little fruits at the store and don't know what to do with them? Try these liqueurs made with the best of all liqueur bases- white brandy.