Fancy a drop of Morello cherry brandy liqueur?
Gooseberry gin? Or for something more zingy, how about Seville orange gin?
Well one stall at Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival has it all - in a range of beautifully made bottles.
Demijohn, the 'liquid deli', is celebrating 10 years of family-run success at this year's festival in St George's Square, and prides itself on stocking liqueurs made by small producers across the UK.
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It also has a range of vinegars and oils - its elderberry vinegar, for example, uses elderberries from Yorkshire, which are then sent up to Scotland where the vinegar is made.
"We're originally from Edinburgh," said events manager Mark Perkins, who will be manning the Demijohn stall at the festival until Sunday.
"We've got a shop in York so we go around Yorkshire events."
All the products on the stall are hand made, with all natural ingredients, and customers who have purchased before can bring back their empty bottles - which come in a range of unusual shapes and sizes - and pay for them to be refilled.
The company acts as a cooperative, stocking products from suppliers from Worcestershire, Somerset, Scotland and beyond.
"We do traditional spirits as well, like sloe gin," Mark added.
"Our new liqueur is walnut - it's going down very well. We've just started doing limoncello too."
Over the last decade, the business has grown to have stores in York, Glasgow and Oxford, as well as its Edinburgh base.
But Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival remains a highlight in the calendar.
Mark said: "We get regulars coming to our stall every year, we get a lot of repeat custom here, it's one of our best events.
"Saturday is just crazy, you can't see for people. I can't wait for the rest of the weekend."
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The festival will run until Sunday, with musical entertainment on Friday and Saturday evening. The bars and stalls will remain open until 9.30pm. Whet your appetite with our guides to the food , drink and desserts on offer this year.
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