Absente: A legal form of "absinthe" that does not include wormwood. UPDATE: Absinthe is back with wormwood & widely available
Baileys: One of the finest, most popular Irish Creams (see Irish Cream above).
Benedictine: One of the oldest liqueurs (originally produced in 1510) with a heavily guarded secret recipe. Flavored with (but not limited to) cardamom, cloves, nutmeg and vanilla.
B & B: also known as Benedictine and Brandy, it is Benedictine (see above) blended with cognac.
Bols: Liquor-producing company known for its array of liquers.
Campari: Flavored with fruits, spices, herbs, and roots. Red in color.
Carolans: A cheaper Irish Cream alternative.
Chambord: A fine, raspberry liqueur (or creme de framboises) dark in color.
Cherry Heering: Considered one of the finest cherry liqueurs, named after its founder, Peter Heering (which it, too, can be named).
Cointreau: A fine, orange and brandy liqueur often put in place of triple sec.
Dekuyper: Liquor-producing company known for its array of liqueurs.
Disarrono: One of the finest amarettos (see Amaretto above).
Drambuie: Made with Scotch malt whiskies that are, at least, 15 yrs. old and flavored with heather honey and a secret blend of herbs.
Frangelico: A fine, hazelnut liqueur
Galliano: An Italian liqueur flavored with a cornucopia of ingredients including anise, juniper, lavender, and vanilla.
Godiva: The famous chocolate company's liqueurs (available in dark and white chocolate flavors).
Goldschlager: Clear, cinammon liqueur with bits of 14K gold floating in it.
Grand Marnier: A fine, orange and cognac liqueur (much like Cointreau).
Jagermeister: German liqueur flavored with citrus, ginger, and licorice.
Kahlua: One of the most popular coffee liqueurs, imported from Mexico.
Midori: A fine, honeydew melon liqueur
Pernod: A legal form of "absinthe" that does not include wormwood.
Rumple Minze: A fine, 100-proof peppermint schnapps (see Peppermint Schnappsabove)
Tequila Rose: A strawberry cream liqueur. (Looks like Pepto Bismol).
Tia Maria: A fine coffee liqueur (slightly more expensive than Kahlua).
Vermeer: A new, dutch chocolate cream liqueur.