Absinthe is an anise-flavored alcoholic bevereage, ranging from 45 to 74% alcohol (90-148 proof). In addition to anise elements, Absinthe is made with wormwood, sweet fennel and many other culinary and medicinal herbs. Once banned in the US due to trace amounts of a psychoactive drug, it has since been proven safe, and has become very popular worldwide.
Acai liqueur is made from the Amazonian acai berry, long thought to be very healthy and loaded with anti-oxidants. VeeV introduced the first acai liqueur to the world, and others have since joined in the flavor excitement.
Agave nectar, also known as agave syrup, is made from various species of the agave plant (used to make tequila). Sweeter than honey, agave nectar is not as thick as honey, so it mixes better in cocktails.
Amaro is an Italian digestif liqueur with a bitter-sweet flavor. Typically flavored with dozens of herbs and roots, and with an alcohol content between 16 and 40 percent, Amaro can be enjoyed neat or in many mixed drinks and cocktials.
Amarula Cream Liqueur is made from the the fruit of the African marula tree, cream and sugar. With an alcohol content of 17 percent, Amarula is an important ingredient in many mixed drinks and cocktails.
Angostura Bitters is the most popular flavor of bitters, easily recoginzed by the oversized label on the bottle. Made from a mixture of alcohol (44.7%), herbs and spices, and used in hundreds of classic and modern cocktails