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A beautiful bottle of Bénédictine B&B from the 1950s, make with a blend of Bénédictine liqueur and brandy.

Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it...  More info
$302.02
A very rare 1970s bottling of Yellow Chartreuse, the French liqueur first made by Carthusian monks in the 1740s. The recipe calls for distilled spirit and a massive 130 herbal extracts. This antique...  More info
$604.04
Produced back in the 1980s, this big ol' bottle of Cointreau would have been used to add a bright burst of orange flavour to some yummy cocktails. A collectible piece that comes with its original box.  More info
$161.08
This bottle of Cointreau from the 1980s is particularly dusty, like all good antiques shows be. Cointreau is a very well known French orange liqueur which really adds a good deal of zesty citrus notes...  More info
$120.81
A 35cl bottle of classic French liqueur from the 1970s, which surprisingly is in a flatter bottle, rather than the traditional square one. Cointreau is made with a secret recipe, although it's fairly...  More info
$80.54
From French liqueur champions Marie Brizard comes this antique Peach Cordial, made for the American market in the 1950s!  More info
$241.61
This bottle of Marie Brizard Cherry Cordial was made in the 1950s and bottled for the American market. Just think, those hip 1950s folks probably saw this and though "Check out that cool new Marie...  More info
$241.61
Presented in a unique and rather eye-catching bottle, this is a Cusenier Apricot Liqueur that was made in the 1950s, made in Argentina.  More info
$241.61
This classy fellow is a bottle of Cusenier Apricot Brandy, made with Fine Champagne Cognac, from the 1960s. It even has a fancy yellow bow tie, so you know it has some class.  More info
$201.35
A bright, beautiful bottle of Cazanove Peach Brandy from the 1960s. This bottle has been very well designed, apart from that fact that they didn't put the abv and volume on the label!

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$161.08
Cusenier's Freezomint might have one of the best names for a Crème De Menthe ever, and it was released all the way back in the 1970s.  More info
$161.08
This is a Marie Brizard Crème de Menthe from the 1960s. Crème de Menthe is an integral ingredient to the Grasshopper cocktail, which might be the only insect you could name a cocktail after without it...  More info
$241.61
An antique from the 1950s, this is Curaçao Triple Sec made by Cazanove in France. Produced a ridiculous number of years ago (more than I can count on all my fingers and toes), this is a proper...  More info
$241.61
An ancient bottle of L’Abbé François Crème de Cacao Chouao à la Vanille, featuring both the flavours of chocolate and vanilla, or at least we assume it did when it was made at some point between 1949...  More info
$241.61
An extraordinarily rare bottle of Cusenier Liqueur Verte, which was produced all the way back in 1937! Cusenier was once a well known absinthe and liqueur maker during the late 1800s/early 1900s...  More info
$2013.46
Regnier Crème de Cassis, all the way from the 1970s. Produced in France, this antique bottle features a glorious sunrise and dust, like all good antiques do.  More info
$161.08
Pernod Anise - 1970s
(52cl, 42.80%)
A 1970s bottling of Pernod Anise, the classic anise flavoured liqueur. Grab a tall glass, cold mineral water, a couple ice cubes and you'll be all set.  More info
$110.74
A whole litre of excellent Ricard Pastis from the 1970s! Go ahead and serve it with water and ice for a gorgeous summer drink. However, you might want to just collect this rare, ancient bottle.  More info
$201.35
This bottle of Marie Brizard "Chouao" liqueur was made all the way back in the 1950s and features a scenic, tropical scene on the label. It is highly unlikely that this still tastes like chocolate and...  More info
$241.61
Staggeringly old Anisette liqueur made by Bardinet at some point between 1949 and 1959. Anisette is an anise liqueur that, unlike other liqueurs of with similar flavours, is not made with any...  More info
$302.02
This 35cl bottle of Freezomint pre-dates using the term "Dyn-o-mite!" for cool things by at least 20 years, as it was made in the 1950s. Was this where those hip-cats got that fly phrase from? Who...  More info
$120.81
Similar to how the Megazord in the Power Rangers is made of five dinosaur-shaped robots, this bottle is made of four different liqueurs, each contained within its own compartment. It was made by...  More info
$503.36
A commemorative bottle of Grand Marnier, released in 1981 to celebrate the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles & Lady Diana on the 29th July. I wonder if they released one for William & Kate? If they...  More info
$805.38
A very classy bottle of Kirsch, made by G. E. Massenez is France during the 1970s. However, my handwriting is just as squiggly, but because it's not on an antique bottle of cherry flavoured brandy...  More info
$161.08
A classy bottle of Kummel Danoff, made by French liqueur extraordinaries, Marie Brizard. Flavoured with caraway, fennel and cumin, Kummel is a herbal but surprisingly sweet liqueur that is rather well...  More info
$201.35
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