Liqueur is an extremely appreciated drink worldwide. Whether served dry, or as part of delicious cocktails, mixed with other drinks, liqueurs have been truly valued since they were first sold. Their manufacturing process is quite interesting, given that distillation purifies the liquid and removes any distillation residues, such as water, for the purpose of increasing its alcohol content.
For the very reason that liqueur is a drink full of flavour, it is mostly preferred by women to the detriment of other spirits such as whiskey, vodka, rum, etc. Most frequently having chocolate, coffee, etc. aromas, it is the perfect ingredient in preparing sweet cocktails, and very easy to have as such. Liqueurs were traced back to 13th century Italy, and were used as sweet medicine. This explains why the first-time manufacturer of liqueur was a doctor, i.e. Arnoldus Villanovanus.
Over the years, many types of liqueur emerged all over the world: cream liqueurs, which are extremely well appreciated, liqueurs based on mixtures of juices, essential oils, flavouring agents and liqueur obtained from the maceration of fruit to obtain ethyl alcohol. There are also floral liqueurs, such as anise liqueur, cocoa liqueur, coffee, cumin, and vanilla-flavoured liqueur.