Curated Holiday Gift Bottles


Need some Festive gifts - here is our curated gift guide on some interesting liqueurs to spice up your friends' (or your) holidays! Available to order online HERE or stop by the girl & the fig to pick up!


St Minze Schnapps.

Prohibition Era Style Schnapps is a delightful blend of floral and spearmint. Perfect for a nip on the slopes!

(375 ml) $30

Limoncello di Sonoma.

A fresh California lifestyle version of the classic Italian digestif. Bursting with full lemon flavor and aromas.

31% ABV. (375 ml) $32

Chauvet Grand Orange Liqueur.

Aged Cognac style VS brandy, barrel aged with California Valencia orange peel. Intense aroma and citric flavor profile with brandy maturity. If you like Grand Marnier try this.

35% ABV (750 ml) $50

Margerum Amaro.

House recipe fortified wine (grape neutral spirits) with herbs (sage, thyme, marjoram, parsley, lemon verbena, rosemary, and mint), barks, roots, dried orange peels, and caramelized simple syrup. Aged in cask outdoors. Final result is 23% alcohol.

(750 ml) $55

Figcello di Sonoma.

Black Mission Figs infused with a secret recipe of 18 botanicals. Traditional French flavors of fennel, anise, orange peel, and vanilla.

30% ABV (750 ml) $32

Fig 'n Awesome Liqueur.

Mahogany in appearance, Fig’n Awesome has the aroma of sweet apricot flowers. California figs are steeped in small batches in our neutral grape spirit, capturing a touch of sweetness from the fig juice before giving way to rich flavors of figs and apricots. The finish is smooth and wonderfully lingering.

(375 ml) $40

Elderflower Brandy Liqueur.

Silky smooth elderflower with flavors of passionfruit, grapefruit and pear. If you like St. Germain, try this!

(750 ml) $35

Smoked Chocolate Brandy Liqueur.

Fine California brandy is finished in Bourbon barrels with cocoa nibs and a few secret ingredients. The chocolate and smoky influences are perfectly balanced!

30% ABV (750 ml) $42

Contratto Fernet.

10% less alcohol than other Fernets on the market, this traditional after dinner liqueur shows expected aromas of mint, chamomile and saffron, with orange legs that stain the glass. What is less expected are the secondary aromas of sweet orange peel and finish that has tremendous length and finesse, without the wafting burn often associated with the category of Fernet.


The first Contratto Vermouth recipes date back to the 1890s. They were the base for a Vermouth that was only consumed locally. In the 1920s, the Vermouth production was extended and recipes were modified. Most of the Vermouth was exported as Vermouth became the drink of the epoch. Contratto Vermouth di Torino was the “in” drink in the 1930s, allowing the winery an annual production of 100,000 bottles. Today, with recipes older than 100 years and passed on through the generations, Contratto’s full lineup includes, Vermouth Bianco, Vermouth Rosso, Americano Rosso, Contratto Bitter & Aperitif, and Fernet. For the first time again since the 60s, Contratto is making all classic apertivi and digestivi.

(750 ml) $50

Pasquet Pineau des Charentes.

Pasquet’s Pineau de Charentes is high in acid, appropriately sweet, and wonderfully oxidative in nature. Enjoy on the rocks, with a twist, or with a splash of something sparkling.


The Pasquet family’s small 7.5 hectare vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Éraville, in the prestigious Grande Champagne, and the property has been producing Cognac since 1730. The family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800s

18% ABV (750) $42

Pasquet Marie Framboise.

A blend of Cognac, unfermented grape juice, and fresh raspberries, this refreshing and flamboyant apéritif was invented by Jean-Luc himself and named after his lovely wife. Marie Framboise is refreshing, playful, and practically a ready-made cocktail! 16% ABV


The Pasquet family’s small 7.5 hectare vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Éraville, in the prestigious Grande Champagne, and the property has been producing Cognac since 1730. The family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800s

(750) $42


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