Spearmint Liqueur

Bold and refreshing, clean and crisp. Spearmint clears your palate and makes your summer.

One of the most common garden herbs, mint is pretty much everywhere. Sometimes it is called a weed, because once planted it grows everywhere. That’s good news- because it means there is lots to use as cocktail garnishes.

Spearmint Liqueur

We decided to call this flavor Spearmint, instead of just plain mint, because of the ingredients we use.

Real, grown-in-the-earth plants are used to make liquor, so this isn’t a generic mint but rather actual spearmint. And you’ll know it, too, because the front palate flavor is mild with a strong finish, just like spearmint.

The spearmint is grown outside of Bellingham WA USA and harvested each year from early April until late October.

It makes an easy mojito or mint julep. Keep in mind though that little goes a long way. The mint is quite potent.

Gold Medal 92 points

Beverage Tasting Institute



1.5 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp finely granulated sugar
0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
2 oz white rum
Club soda or seltzer


1 oz green crème de menthe
1 oz white crème de cacao
0.5 Spearmint Liqueur
1.5 oz heavy cream


1.25 oz Tanqueray no. ten
.75 oz fresh lime juice
0.75oz Spearmint Liqueur
Fresh sprig of mint

Spring Derby

1 oz Pike+Clark gin
.75 oz lime juice
0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
Handful of mint leaves
Soda water 


1.5 oz single malt scotch
.75 oz lime juice
0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
3 slices of cucumber
3 to 4 mint leaves

Mint Margarita

2 oz Don Julio Blanco tequila
0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
soda water

Cucumber Mint Cooler

2 oz Pike+Clark Vodka

0.5oz Ginger Liqueur

0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
4 sprigs mint
1 small cucumber, cut into thin rounds
6 oz sparkling water

Summer Garden

1.5 oz Pike+Clark vodka
0.5oz Spearmint Liqueur
0.5 oz apple juice
0.5 oz lemon juice
Splash of soda water