Many people know what a liqueur is, but do you know the difference between a fruit-based tropical liqueur and an alcoholic beverage? A fruit-based liqueur can be described as a distilled alcohol that has been flavored with extracts of fruits or herbs. Fruit based liqueurs are often sweet tasting and made from exotic or tropical fruits. There are many different types of these in the world, but we've narrowed it down to ten of the most popular ones. Creme de Cassis - A blackcurrant-based liqueur made from the juice and pulp of crushed berries, including blackcurrants and redcurrants. It has a dark brown color with a crimson sheen.Tuaca Italian Liqueur - Tuaca is an American brand of flavored liqueurs produced by Brown-Forman Corporation since 1999, where it continues to be marketed as Tuaca.Frangelico Hazelnut Liqueur - Frangelico is a hazelnut cream liquor developed in Saronno, Italy that derives its flavor from roasted semi-wild Canadian hazelnuts (Filberts).Limoncello - Limoncello is a traditional Italian digestif. It is a lemon liqueur made with grain alcohol and infused with sugar, water, and the zest of Femminello or Sfusato Lemons.Grand Marnier - A French orange-flavored cognac liqueur that was developed in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle (1854–1946) who later sold the recipe to Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle.Cherry Brandy Liqueurs – These are alcoholic beverages made from distilled fruit brandy which have been flavored with cherries. Maraska Cherry Liquor is one example of this type of beverage.Triple Sec - Triple Sec is made in the French manner using curacao oranges and is used to make many cocktails like the Margarita or Cosmopolitan.Cointreau - Cointreau is a liqueur of orange flavor, about 40% alcohol by volume (80 proof) produced in Angers, France. In addition to these there are many other fruit flavored liqueurs such as Chambord (raspberry liqueur), Baitz strawberry liqueur and many more that will add some great flavors to any cocktail.