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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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Amaro is a bitter liqueur enjoyed in Italy after a meal. This bottle was produced in the 1970s and has a deliciously mellow quality thanks to its age.  More info
$158.80
This antique bottle of Martini is a herbal concoction with various medicinal herbs in its make-up. As an antique, this bottle will have oxidised slightly giving it a greater depth of flavour.  More info
$158.80
This liqueur from the 1970s is made in a bitter amaro style from a rhubarb base.  More info
$158.80
Vermouth is wine based and develops in the bottle. Undoubtedly the liquid in this 1970s bottling of SVIC Vino Vermouth will be incredibly complex.  More info
$158.80
This is a 1970s liqueur from the Pagès company. Verveine du Velay is flavoured with verbena and various herbs including thyme, sage and coriander.  More info
$158.80
This is a bitter liqueur, otherwise known as an amaro, produced in Italy in the 1970s and is still in remarkable condition.  More info
$158.80
This is apricot flavoured liqueur was bottled in the 1970s and is ideal for adding stone fruit flavours to vintage cocktails.  More info
$158.80
This ired liqueur from classic liqueur producer, Amaro, was bottled in the 1970s. This is perfect for making antique cocktails with, you only need to think of how much time has passed since this was...  More info
$158.80
This is a 1970s bottling of Poire William brandy which was produced by Les Vieux Donjons (The Old Dungeons).  More info
$158.80
This is an aged eau de vie de kirsch (cherry brandy) produced by Les Vieux Donjons (which translates as The Old Dungeons!) in the 1970s...  More info
$158.80
This white fortified wine from France was bottled in the 1970s. You only have to imagine how this will have slowly developed in time thanks to the process of oxidation. Ideal for making an...  More info
$158.80
Cherry liqueurs are often used as a cocktail ingredient but also make for a great sweet-tasting nightcap as well. This cherry liqueur was bottled in the 1960s and ha developed a more concentrated...  More info
$158.80
This herbal liqueur was slowly macerated in selected herbs to create its deliciously enticing flavour. Factor in that it's really old and you have a really special drink.  More info
$158.80
Considering this bottle's age, it is in excellent condition. Antique liqueurs are becoming ever more popular for cocktail making. Aside from lending a unique flavour, they also provide a provenance...  More info
$158.80
Sloe gin may be popular these days but in the 1970s they were experimenting with sloes and vodka, as you can see here.  More info
$158.80
This is a lovely little liqueur from the Bencetti company in Bergamo, Italy. It was bottled in the 1970s.  More info
$158.80
Bitter digestifs have long been popular in Europe. This antique liqueur is in excellent condition considering it was bottled in the 1970s. Antique liqueurs have oxidised slightly in the bottle...  More info
$158.80
This is a dry and bitter Italian liqueur great for washing down a large meal, or for vintage mixology experiments!  More info
$158.80
The 1970s were great, mostly because of the haircuts, but also because it was that decade when this bottle of Cinzano Red Vermouth was produced.  More info
$158.80
This is a 1980s bottling of Ricard Pastis - a classic aniseed-flavoured liqueur from Marseille, France.  More info
$158.80
Described on the label as "Scotch at its lightest", this is a 1970s bottling of Taylor and Ferguson's Ambassador blend. It was aged for at least 8 years before bottling.  More info
$158.80
This is a litre bottle of Dutch company De Kuyper's Cherry Brandy, made by crushing the cherry kernels with the fruit. The result of this is a hint of almond flavour. This is a rare old 1980s...  More info
$158.80
Bottled in the 1960s, this is an old, collectible bottling of Tia Maria - a Jamaican liqueur made with Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee and vanilla.  More info
$158.80
Made in the 1970s using Marasca cherries, this is a bittersweet, rich liqueur. The pits of the fruit are crushed during the maceration process. This lends the liqueur a hint of almond flavour.  More info
$158.80
This is a 1970s bottling of the popular Polish vodka, Wyborowa. It is a rye vodka, distilled twice in pot stills.  More info
$158.80
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