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Antique Spirits

Our collection of Antique Spirits offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, featuring bottles from famous brands such as Jim Beam and Benedictine to forgotten historic producers lost in the mists of time.

With some of the collection dating back to the 1920s, this is a chance for serious collectors or those who are simply curious about these old bottlings to explore and own a piece of spirit history.

The vast majority of these spirits are fully drinkable, allowing connoisseurs to determine how famous brands have changed over time, and cocktail enthusiasts to create the most authentic period drinks possible.

Most bottles are in truly excellent condition considering their age, with intact seals and clean, clear labels. Some of course have suffered minor damage over their long lives and if this is the case we have endeavoured to let you know the exact condition.

Of course these are very much one-off products, and many are highly sought-after and increasingly valuable. We’ll be adding new bottles to the site as we discover them, so keep checking back for new arrivals. If you would like more details about a particular bottle, or would like us to try to source a specific one for you, do let us know.

If you are looking to add a particular bottle to your collection or you’re after a unique and intriguing gift, delve into our substantial range of Antique Spirits and discover the drinks of times past.

Antique Spirits

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Ancient Martini & Rossi Rosé Vermouth from the 1970s. At some point, it was probably a delightful pink/red colour, but over the year, it has grown deeper in hue due to vermouth oxidising in the...  More info
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This is a bottle of Rhum Fantasia, produced by the Italian company Moretto in the 1970s and bottled at 40% abv.  More info
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A blended whisky with a legend behind it. Apparently it was originally discovered, along with other oak casks full of rum, gin and Cognac, in a cellar in North Africa by Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps...  More info
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Romanoff Vodka - 1970s
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During the 1970s, this bottle of Romanoff Vodka was produced in England. At least 30 years old, this is a cracking antique for spirits collectors. Romanoff Vodka is still available today and is...  More info
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Cinzano Bianco, produced in the 1970s, which would explain why the vermouth isn't clear like current bottles of Cinzano Bianco. Rather rare and exciting for you vermouth collectors out there, as this...  More info
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Classic Cutty Sark blended Scotch (or Scots, as it appears on this bottle's label) whisky. Back in the day, Berry Brothers & Rudd were the careful hands behind this blend. This bottle comes from the...  More info
$160.58
Hey, Bertola Dry Gin from the 1970s! I'm not sure why, but I feel like I've seen a bottle that looks just like this one... Oh, of course, it must have taken some inspiration from this antique Largon's...  More info
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This is a bottle of Jameson Irish Whiskey, produced in the 1970s at Bow Street Distillery, Dublin, for the international market. A rare piece of whiskey history which has, interestingly, been bottled...  More info
$200.72
Well what have we here? An antique bottle of gin from the 1970s! This is a 70cl bottle of Gordon's Largon's Dry Gin, which, as we all know, is "the heart of best for a good cocktail"!...  More info
$200.72
An antique bitter herbal liqueur from Germany, bottled in the 1960s. "Leibwächter", as we all know, translates to "bodyguard". Just imagine having this fine chap as your bodyguard. You'd feel so safe...  More info
$200.72
Vaklova was a liqueur made by Smirnoff in the 1970s. In a '70s print advert for the liqueur, which featured a selection of quotes about Vaklova, one person said that because vodka was an in drink...  More info
$200.72
A 1970s bottling of red vermouth, produced by Riccadonna to be enjoyed before a meal to whet the appetite. A collectible antique from Italy.  More info
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A traditionally shaped bottle of Hiram Walker Orange Curaçao, produced way back in the 1960s. They're also famous for making Canadian whisky, but it seems they had their fingers in some other pies...  More info
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A 1960s bottling of Great Queen, an old blended Scotch whisky made for the Italian market. Looking at the portrait on the bottle, I think it's safe to say that the "Great Queen" this is named after...  More info
$200.72
A retro bottle of Jameson, the classic Irish blended whiskey, produced in the 1970s. Of course, it doesn't look all that different than it dos now, because you don't mess with success (or Texas...  More info
$200.72
A 70cl bottle 12 year old Glenlivet single malt Scotch whisky, released as part of the Classic Golf Courses of Scotland collection in the 1980s. The presentation tin features the St Andrew golf...  More info
$200.72
Part of a collection of 12 year old single malt Glenlivet whiskies, all with an accompanying presentation tin featuring a different golf course in Scotland. This one features the Royal Dornoch golf...  More info
$200.72
Desmond & Duff is not a spin-off of LOST with Desmond getting a job at the Macduff distillery (although if someone could make this happen, please do), it's really an old blended Scotch whisky...  More info
$200.72
A bottle of Hiram Walker Doble-V, a blended whisky that was made for the Spanish market. If you look closely at the label, you'll see that the Doble-V actually looks like a W, which supposedly stands...  More info
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From the 1960s, Razzouk is a Lebanese Arak made by distilling grapes and flavouring the resultant spirit with anise. A rare bottle from years gone by.  More info
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A bottle of Jim Beam White Label, their four year old Kentucky straight bourbon, released in 1966, the same year that Batman defeated a fearsome shark with his Bat-Shark repellent. What a difference a...  More info
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John Mc. Duc - 1970s
(91cl, 40%)
A rare bottle of John Mc. Duc whisky from the 1970s. In case you're wondering, John Mc. Duc is a little known relative to Scrooge McDuck. Look, the chap on the bottle even has a cane, just like Uncle...  More info
$200.72
A bottle of Madeira, a type of fortified wine which was originally produced on the Portuguese island of Madeira. This bottle was made by Leacock in the 1960s.

Please note that the label does not...  More info
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Madeira is a fortified wine which originated on a Portuguese island called... Well, called Madeira. This 1960s bottle of Madeira was made in the Verdelho style, which was characteristically a rich...  More info
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Despite being a 100cl bottle, this rare Riccadonna Aperitivo Rosso Americano, a herbal red vermouth from the 1970s, looks rather svelte, don't you think? Well, you know what they say about stripes...  More info
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