Bullion Chocolate

Bullirum (18+)

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Introducing Bullirum... The Cocoa Nib Liqueur.

- Heirloom Cacao from Ecuador, Santo Domingo

- Crafted from Unrefined Cane Sugar

- Small Batch Cold Distilled

- No Artificial Ingredients 

- Vegan Friendly 

Not to be confused with a chocolate liqueur, this spirit has rich, deep caramel notes with subtle cocoa undertones from the nibs. Perfect for balancing out that special cocktail or straight-up over ice for the more discerning drinker.

A big thank you to Locksley Distillery for making this happen! And for your patience with Max coming in every other week to get this nailed!

We also have the option to make it into an Espresso Martini Gifting Kit. Featuring; 1 bottle of liqueur, 2 martini glasses, boston shaker, measure, strainer, sieve and method for £60 (pictured below).

*Free nationwide delivery included


ORIGIN: Ecuador, Santo Domingo

ABV: 20%

VOL: 70CL 

Note* You must be 18 or older to purchase and receive this item.

Gifting Options

We're thrilled to introduce our new gifting options, add a free hand-written gift message and biodegradable Kraft gift wrap below. Gifting options apply to your entire order, you only need to select gifting options on one item in your basket.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
jon Stokes
Rolls Royce Bullion

So smooth, it must only be consumed from crystal cuts that live in burr walnut, surrounded by the leather and shag pile opulence of a Rolls Royce Bullion - then I open my eyes, but it was a fabulous journey.

J Comerford

The incredible smell as I opened the box was heavenly and what was inside did not disappoint

Fiona Byrom

Bullirum (18+)

Sheila Davison
Chocolate Cocktail Heaven

Made a great cocktail following a recipe from Callow Hall. The Bullirum was fantastic. Also had it neat - wow.

Eva Fenn
A very tasty liqueur

Enjoyed this in an espresso martini and it was a treat! Can imagine drinking a Bullirum on the rocks and it being akin to an amaretto. Would definitely recommend.