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A bottle of Peter Herring's famous Cherry Liqueur, produced over 40 years ago! That's right, this 1960s bottle of the absurdly flavoursome liqueur has survived four decades in great condition...  More info
$232.00
Very, very old Curaçao Triple Sec from Dutch distillers, Bols, produced between 1949 and 1959. Interestingly, from the note at the bottom of the label, this bottle was produced in Italy! It is in...  More info
$232.00
Very well looked-after Crème de Menthe, produced by the Dutch Herman Jansen in the 1970s. It was presented beautifully over 30 years ago, and has only grown more beautiful over the years. Funny how...  More info
$154.67
Not only did Peter Hallgarten make an excellent Mint Chocolate Liqueur, they also made a rather gorgeous Royal Orange-Chocolate Liqueur in the 1970s as well. And what's this? We've got an antique...  More info
$96.67
Dutch liqueur masters Bols produced this simply red Cherry Brandy over 30 years ago in the 1970s. The company dates back to 1575, so you can bet they've picked up some information along the way about...  More info
$106.33
A 1990s bottling of Galliano Liqueur. Unfortunately over the years, someone or something (possibly a ghost?) has ripped the label a bit, so now it looks like "Gal Iano" Liqueur. Which isn't actually a...  More info
$38.67
There's probably some sort of pun here to be said about this absolutely ancient bottle of Bols Creme De Bananes liqueur which was produced over 40 years ago in the 1960s. It would most likely go along...  More info
$193.33
Made in the 1950s by Wynand Fockink (whom are still around today) in Amsterdam, this curious bottle has four compartments in it, each with a different liqueur inside. While two of the compartments are...  More info
$386.66
Back in the 1980s, everything was bright, shiny and seemingly lit up by neon lights, even the liqueurs! This is a luminous bottle of Bols Blue Curaçao, collectible and well looked after for over 20...  More info
$77.33
Galliano Liqueur, made with citrus, vanilla, anise and ginger, from the 1970s. It comes in the classic tall, slender bottle.  More info
$154.67
This is a small but by no means short bottle of Galliano Liqueur from the 1970s. A collectible piece from years gone by. These bottles also make fantastic flower vases after all the liqueur has been...  More info
$116.00
De Kuyper produced this bottled of Half & Half in the 1970s, over 30 years ago! It actually says "Half om Half" on the bottle, but we're pretty good at Google Translate and were able to untangle that...  More info
$154.67
This bottle of anise flavoured liqueur from Galliano was produced in the 1970s in Italy. Very collectible and always an eye-catcher, these bottles. Over 30 years old and it remains in great condition...  More info
$77.33
Made by Bols in Amsterdam, this bottle of Creme de Cacao liqueur is an antique piece from over 50 years ago! We place it as coming from some time between 1949 and 1959.

There is tape on the bottle...  More info
$232.00
One of the major ingredients in the Grasshopper cocktail, Crème de Menthe is a minty liqueur which comes in many different shades of green. This is an antique 35cl bottle made by Bols in Amsterdam.  More info
$58.00
A bottle of Kummel Liqueur made by Dutch liqueur maestros, Bols. We believe it to have been produced after 1947 and to have been bottled at 38.8% abv. During that time, someone seems to have written...  More info
$232.00
This very well kept bottle of De kuyper Apricot Brandy features a heart with an anchor inside it on the label, which we are surprised more people don't have a tattoo of. Oh, it also features over 30...  More info
$106.33
Peter Heering was obviously very proud of this bottle of cherry liqueur from Denmark, as he's put his name on it not once but twice! This antique bottle comes from the 1960s.  More info
$193.33
An antique bottle of Rynbende Crème de Cacao, distilled in the 1960s at the Rynbende & Sons Distillery in Schiedam, Holland.  More info
$193.33
A very old bottle of Bols Crème de Cacao, a dark chocolate liqueur that tastes just as good in a cocktail as it does on an ice-cream sundae. It was produced in the 1960s.  More info
$193.33
Bols Crème de Menthe! Favoured by Largo in Ian Fleming's Thunderball, this particular bottling dates from the early 1980s.  More info
$77.33
Bols Kummel - 1950s
(75cl, 34%)
A caraway seed flavoured liqueur dating from the 1950s! It was made in Amsterdam by top Dutch producers Bols.  More info
$290.00
From when they used Peter Heering's full name in the title, this 1970s bottle of Cheery Liqueur is a rare treat.  More info
$154.67
An antique blood and sand perhaps? Just the back bar stuff though. I wouldn't use 1970s OJ.  More info
$154.67
Peter Heering's superb cherry-flavoured liqueur, Cherry Heering, is a wonderful Danish liqueur which was first made in 1818 in Copenhagen. This is a rare 43 Proof bottle which was produced in the...  More info
$154.67
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