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What is a cordial or liqueur? According to the Webster's New International dictionary (2nd ed, unabridged, 1953) it is "a spirituous liquor flavoured with various aromatic substances, usually sweetened, and often brandy-based. Liqueurs are usually made by steeping the flavouring material in the spirit." Knowing that they are often brandy-based, it is useful to know that brandy is distilled from wine. As identified, cordials and liqueurs are usually made by adding some flavour to alcohol, via an infusion. So now, the question becomes whether or not distillation is period, and whether or not it is a period practice to steep or soak fruit and spices in alcohol.
The short answer is "yes". The second section of Hugh Platt's Delightes for Ladies (London, 1609) is titled "Secrets in Distillation"; and its first recipe is called "How to make true spirit of wine." Most of the rest of the recipes, though, are how to make things like rosewater, or heavily herbed and spiced things, not what one would think of as either modern liqueurs or cordials. Sir Kenelm Digbie (1615), the primary (and largest) source for near-period brewing information, contains no recipes that call for distillation, or for using its product (i.e. you don't add spirit of wine).

In the fifth collection in Curye on Inglysch, is a section called "Goud Kokery", with a 14th century recipe for distilling "aqua vite" from the lees of strong wine, which seems to produce something that would appear to be a heavily spiced (and probably rather weak, given the methods described) brandy. So some form of such distilling is unmistakably period.
Dekuyper Disaronno
Evan Williams Everclear
Frangelico Hypnotiq
Jack Daniels Jagermeister
Kahlua Midori
Mr. Boston Creme Pallini
Passoa Patron Liqueur
Pernod Romana Sambuca
Southern Comfort Tequila Rose
Tia Maria Tuaca
Ty Ku Wray and Nephew
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Mr. Boston Creme de Banana
Mr. Boston Creme de Banana
Our Price: $7.99

A sweet, intensely flavored banana liqueur
DEKUYPER TRIPLE SEC
DEKUYPER TRIPLE SEC 750ML
Our Price: $8.99

Most popular Triple Sec on the market, perfect in your next margarita or try on the rocks!
DEKUYPER BUTTERSHOTS
DEKUYPER BUTTERSHOTS 750ML
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A clear liqueur, ButterShots is the indulgent taste of rich, melted butterscotch. ButterShots is scrumptious on its own and endlessly mixable.
DEKUYPER BLUE CURACAO
DeKuyper Curacao Blue 750 ML
Our Price: $10.99

Perfect for margaritas or tropical drinks. Don't forget the little umbrellas and a garnish of pineapple, orange slice, and a maraschino cherry.
DEKUYPER CREME DE COCOA WHITE
DEKUYPER CREME DE COCOA WHITE 750ml
Our Price: $11.99

DeKuyper Dark Creme de Cocoa - A traditional sweet-chocolate liqueur with cacao beans from Africa and vanilla from Madagascar.
DeKuyper Dark Creme de Cocoa
DEKUYPER CREME DE COCOA DARK 750ml
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DeKuyper Dark Creme de Cocoa - A traditional sweet-chocolate liqueur with cacao beans from Africa and vanilla from Madagascar.
DEKUYPER COCONUT
DEKUYPER COCONUT 750ML
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DEKUYPER BAMA SLAMMA
DEKUYPER BAMA SLAMMA 750ML
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PASSOA  750ML
PASSOA 750ML
Our Price: $15.99

Passoa ia a liqueur of exotic passion fruits. Its delicious taste is enjoyed the world over, being the no 1 liqueur in Puerto Rico, no 2 in Holland and no3 in Belgium. The Passion fruit was first discovered in South America, during the colonisation by Spanish missionaries in the 1500s. They first noticed the amazing flowers of the fruit in the jungle. Nobody knows exactly why it became known as the Passion fruit. Was it because the crown-like flower reminded people of the thornbush of Christ's Passion - Or because of its supposed qualities as an aphrodisiac?
EVAN WILLIAMS CHERRY
EVAN WILLIAMS CHERRY 750ML
Our Price: $15.99

Bottled at an approachable 70 proof, and infused with natural cherry taste that complements its sweet, easy-to-drink Bourbon flavor, Evan Williams Cherry Reserve lives up to its tagline of “Smooth Bourbon. Cherry Zing.” Heaven Hill Distilleries announced the launch of Evan Williams Cherry Reserve Kentucky Liqueur. The 70-proof Evan Williams Cherry Reserve is infused with natural cherry taste, which complements the sweet bourbon flavor. Evan Williams Cherry Reserve can be made into cocktails such as Cherry Breeze, Cherry Twist Margarita and Cherry Cola.