Parfait d'Amour (pronounced: [paʁfe d‿amuːʁ]) is a liqueur. Purple in colour, it is often used in cocktails primarily for its colour, and is generally created from a Curaçao liqueur base. Parfait d'Amour appears to have several forms. The House of Lucas Bols in the Netherlands claims to have originated the liqueur. Their version appears to be a curaçao base, flavoured with rose petals, vanilla and almonds. Marie Brizard, a Bordeaux based distiller, has a product with a similar flavor profile. Another form, produced by DeKuyper, uses a spirit as its base, and is flavoured with lemon, coriander and violets. Substitute with Curaçao.