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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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Certosa Amaro - 1970s
(50cl, 30%)
A rare 1970s bitter digestif with a quite enchanting label! Perfect after filling up on delicious Italian food.  More info
$111.64
Anisette made by Chartreuse in 1976 at the distillery in Tarragona, Spain. The monk at Chartreuse were expelled from their grounds in France in 1903 and moved to Spain to start again. This distillery...  More info
$304.47
This bottling of Chequer’s 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1970s describes itself as "an especially harmonious blend of 100% choice Scotch whiskies".  More info
$243.58
They sure knew how to make stuff look fancy back in the 1960s, that's for sure. What we have here is a very handsome bottle of Cherry Marnier, complete with the original powder blue presentation box...  More info
$365.36
The very handsome Cherry Marnier, produced in the 1960s and presented with a sleek, black presentation box. Cherry Marnier was one of the first liqueurs from the French company and is one of their...  More info
$365.36
From the clever minds that make Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge come the Cherry Marnier. This is an antique bottling from 1960s, a rare collectible.  More info
$304.47
A Morello cherry liqueur. This bottle is from the 1970s and is presented in the classic bottle with a red seal and ribbon.  More info
$304.47
A cherry liqueur from Grand Marnier, this actually predated the orange version. Possibly our favourite bottles in the collection... just look at how red they are. This iteration is from the 1970s and...  More info
$365.36
If you're looking for an abundance of antique cherry liqueur, you've come to the right place. This is a massive 2 litre bottle of Cherry Marnier, made by the fine folks behind the classic Grand...  More info
$974.30
A cherry liqueur from Grand Marnier, this actually predated the orange version. This itineration is from the 1960s and comes with a slightly damaged box, but is nonetheless very striking.  More info
$365.36
A nutty Amaretto, produced by Chiesa in the 1960s. Ought to make a rather nice antique Amaretto sour.  More info
$202.98
Chinchon Anis - 1970s
(100cl, 0%)
This is an aniseed liqueur from the 1970s. It has a smart label but the top seal is damaged.  More info
$162.38
Antique Grande Champagne Cognac, all the way from the 1970s! It was made by Château d’Uffaut. There does seem to be sellotape around the neck of the bottle, which actually lets you to see through the...  More info
$304.47
A very artsy bottling of Cinzano Amaro, typically drank after dinner to aid digestion. This bottling comes from the 1960s, which explains why it's so well designed. However, that focus on design does...  More info
$202.98
This is a bottle of Amaro Savoia, produced by Cinzano in Italy made using herbs and spices from glorious Switzerland, hence the Swiss flag on the label. A rare 100cl bottle from the 1970s.  More info
$243.58
Produced by the Cinzano company, this is an Amaro Savoia - a bitter tonic from Italy. This rare bottling was made in the 1970s in Turin, Italy.  More info
$162.38
A 1960s bottling of Cinzano Amaro Savoja, later known as Amaro Savoia (the Italian spelling). It's a bitter liqueur made with herbs from Savoy (that's the English spelling now), in the Western Alps.  More info
$304.47
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
$202.98
A bottle of vermouth, produced in the 1970s, called Cinzano the Bianco. It was created after Cinzano the Grigio fell into the abyss after saving the Hobbits from the Balrog. Last it was seen, it was...  More info
$202.98
Cinzano Bianco - 1970s 1l
(100cl, 16.50%)
A 1970s bottling of the tasty Italian vermouth that comes from Turin. Cinzano was first created in 1757 by the Cinzano brothers, and its recipe of 35 ingredients remains a secret to this day. It joins...  More info
$202.98
This is a very rare 1970s bottling of Cinzano Bianco - an Italian vermouth made in Turin to a recipe of 35 secret ingredients. Quite a collectible.  More info
$608.94
A 72cl bottling of bitter vermouth from the 1970s, produced by the Cinzano company of Turin.  More info
$121.79
Hailing from Turin, this is a 1970s bottling of Cinzano - a bitter vermouth which was first made in 1757 by the Cinzano brothers. Quite a collectible.  More info
$142.09
A 1970s bottling of Bianco vermouth from notable producers, Cinzano. Antique vermouths are sought after for the developed flavours they acquire after the oxidation that occurs in the bottle, as well...  More info
$202.98
Bottled in the 1970s, this is a bottle of Cinzano Bitter - a bitter vermouth made in Italy, and now rather difficult to get hold of...  More info
$142.09

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