St. George NOLA Coffee Liqueur

Most visitors fall in love with New Orleans, but only a lucky few fall in love in New Orleans. St. George head distiller Dave Smith was one of those lucky few. Our NOLA Coffee Liqueur is a tribute to the city where he fell in love. 

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Format: 750ml
ABV: 25%
Availability: Widely available

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Carries the taste of very good dark-roast coffee to an absurd length. The taste of coffee lingers on the palate, along with notes of hazelnut and the earthy bitterness of chicory. The result is fresh and sophisticated.

- Los Angeles Times

Best of Class/Double Gold

- 2023 Sunset International Spirits Competition

Robust, balanced flavor. It’s like fresh, bracing, cold-brewed coffee… meaning it’s beautiful neat, on ice.


Delicious neat and makes for an amazing after-dinner drink.

- Robb Vices

Full coffee flavor, with layers of roastiness, but the bitterness is rounded off with a sweet finish.

- Serious Drinks

(A) delightful homage to New Orleans chicory coffee.

- Chicago Tribune

Has a robust, long-lasting coffee flavor with restrained sweetness, showing dark chocolate and a flicker of bitter edge on the exit.

- Wine Enthusiast

Layered… [with] nutty and tart berry notes and chicory spice.

- VinePair

Fruity, floral… Makes a great White Russian.

- Tasting Table

Layers of roasted flavors (and) an underlying bitterness that’s rounded out with a sweet, fruity finish.

- Supercall

It's worth hunting down this bottle.

- The Kitchn

Has the viscosity you want from a coffee liqueur without being syrupy or coming across as a sugar bomb.

- Punch

The winner is St. George NOLA

- The Spruce Eats

Stand(s) up nicely in non-dessert cocktails as well as traditional Espresso Martinis

- Alcohol Professor

The Spirit

A coffee liqueur made by people who love to drink coffee.

What’s in it?

Ethiopian coffee beans, French chicory root, Madagascar vanilla, and organic cane sugar

The Process

We source Yirgacheffe coffee beans from Ethiopia and have them roasted locally to our specifications. We rely mostly on medium to dark roasts for our process, but also incorporate some lighter roasts to fully capture what we love most about Yirgacheffe coffee.

We then bring the roasted beans to the distillery, where we grind and cold-infuse them. Our cold-infusion method preserves the elegant flavors and aromas that we love from the beans, while minimizing extraction of astringent components.

We then blend the resulting coffee infusion with French roasted chicory root and Madagascar vanilla beans, and then lightly sweeten with organic cane sugar.

The Experience

We chose to work with Yirgacheffe coffee beans specifically for their bright berry, chocolate, and round fruity qualities. The coffee’s contribution is complemented by the chicory root’s plum/date notes and bitter undertones.

Sipped neat, NOLA Coffee Liqueur is delicious alongside breakfast, dessert, and any meal in between—with each sip revealing more character. In cocktails, it provides a touch of sweetness, earthy depth, and that robust roasted flavor that coffee lovers crave. NOLA makes an incredible Espresso Martini, but we also love it in a Revolver, a White Russian, or a Coffee Old Fashioned.

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