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French Liqueurs

French Liqueurs

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Izarra Green - 1970s
(70cl, 48%)
An incredibly vibrant liqueur, Izarra Green is flavoured with peppermint. As fresh as Will Smith in the early 1990s, this bottling was actually produced in the 1970s.  More info
$154.47
A strawberry liqueur, presumably from the French town of Plougastel-Daoulas. This bottle of Fraise de Plougastel dates from the 1990s.  More info
$57.92
A 1970s bottling of Izarra Green, a French peppermint liqueur. It comes complete with the original box and is "the sun and the snow of the Pyrenees", apparently.  More info
$154.47
Produced in Bayonne and coloured with saffron, Izarra Yellow is a herbal liqueur with a nutty, almondy taste. This 1970s example comes complete with its original box.  More info
$154.47
With "Liqueur Surfine" on the label, we would be remiss to not mention that this 1970s Hugel Liqueur de Framboise is sure fine.  More info
$154.47
A French anis from Jean Boyer made by macerating an impressive selection of ingredients that are either grown or occur naturally at Domaine des Restanques, including wormwood, lemon balm, coriander...  More info
$61.01
In 1975 the two rival producers of anise-flavoured liqueurs, Pernod and Ricard, merged to form Pernod Ricard. In the same year, Pernod Ricard bought Campbell Distilleries and therefore Aberlour...  More info
$115.85
Dating from 1955, this rare anise-flavoured liqueur was produced in France by Marie Brizard for the Italian market.  More info
$195.16
A sweet, sparkling liqueur (yes, you heard me right, sparkling liqueur!), made with French vodka, sparkling white wine and passion fruit nectar. Sweet, light and indulgent, the world's first sparkling...  More info
$44.94
Pernod Anise - 1970s
(70cl, 43%)
This Pernod from the 1970s is packed with the anise flavour that you expect, but after being in the bottle for around 40 years, it may even be deeper and richer than ever. Thanks, Father Time!  More info
$154.47
A classic bottle of Pernod from the 1980s. To quote their own adverts from this period, try a Pernod Screwdriver, "It's dangerously delicious". You'll just have to imagine the picture of the pretty...  More info
$173.77
Pernod Anise - 1980s
(70cl, 40%)
This 1980s bottling of the charming anise-flavoured liqueur is a Parisian classic. Take a sip and imagine yourself immersed in the cafe culture of the City of Lights.  More info
$115.85
Bénédictine - 1970s
(68cl, 36.50%)
Like most great things, the recipe to Bénédictine is a closely guarded secret. This 1970s bottle won't help you find out the recipe, in fact the subtle variations in taste from a younger Bénédictine...  More info
$154.47
A lemon liqueur made by none other than Playboy Club Barman Salvatore Calabrese.  More info
$33.87
Kirsch Eaux de Vie. Cherry Liquor. Mmmmmmm.  More info
$52.55
A pastis is a French anise-flavoured liqueur and this particular pastis from Marseilles is produced with star anise, liquorice sticks and other spices.  More info
$53.07
The Joseph Cartron Crème De Mûre Des Roncières makes use of wild blackberries, harvested at the end of the summer, which bring powerful aromas and a huge, rounded flavour profile that is just brimming...  More info
$21.48
The bilberries that Joseph Cartron use for their Crème De Myrtille De Montagne are harvested at an altitude of 800 to 1000 metres. These are hand-picked and only the best berries are selected to go...  More info
$21.48
Joseph Cartron uses peaches grown on the slopes of the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne and macerates them for 10 to 12 weeks, to allow all of the desired aromas from the fruits to be extracted, resulting in...  More info
$21.48
A Rhubarb Liqueur from the Bartender Range, produced by Gabriel Boudier in Dijon. Where's the custard?  More info
$21.16
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
$926.80
A pink grapefruit liqueur from French producers, Gabriel Boudier, which highlights perhaps the best translation known to man - "Pamplemousse", which is grapefruit in French. A massively pleasing word...  More info
$21.16
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
$231.70
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
$115.85
Gabriel Boudier use both distilled dried ginger and slices of fresh ginger macerated in alcohol to produce their spicy, vibrant Ginger Liqueur. Part of the superb Bartender Range.  More info
$22.35

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