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A 1970s bottle of Bénédictine in decent condition, bar slight damage to that famous wax seal. The actual seal is intact.  More info
$153.56
An elegant Crème De Framboise from Joseph Cartron, made using the Lloyd George and Rose de Plombières varieties of raspberry. Using techniques that have been practised and mastered since 1882, when...  More info
$21.35
This is an ancient 1970s bottling of peppermint (or "pippermint", as the label says!) liqueur produced in France by the Get brothers. An award-winning libation...  More info
$153.56
Bénédictine - 1980s
(70cl, 40%)
A 1980s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
$115.17
Best served chilled, this is a delicious liqueur, possibly one of the most delicious things you'll ever try. Made by Gilbert Miclo - a top French maker of liqueurs and eaux de vie.  More info
$37.64
A one off chance to own a bottle of liqueur history here. We don't think you can get this particualr brand anymore. A chocolate liqueur from the 1970s that would otherwise have been consigned to that...  More info
$95.97
Oranges were huge back in the 1960s. Not in that the fruits were massive, in that everyone loved the flavours, which is why Duck a l'Orange was so popular back then. This is also why we're surprised...  More info
$191.94
Citrus from the Seventies! This 35cl bottle of Cointreau liqueur from France was made over 30 years ago.  More info
$76.78
This is a very rare 1980s bottling of Marie Brizard's Charleston Follies - a French liqueur made in Bordeaux and flavoured with passion fruit. Very collectible, with smart packaging.  More info
$76.78
What could be more 70s than Freezomint? It may sound like an ice lolly but it's actually a crème de menthe from the days when John Travolta was cool. This is worth it for the name alone.  More info
$76.78
This is a 75cl 1980s bottling of the classic French pastis from Paris - Pernod. A great aniseed-flavoured liqueur, best served long with mineral water and ice.  More info
$95.97
Cherries in armagnac, bottled back in the 1970s!  More info
$57.58
A wonderful pineapple liqueur made in the Alsace by G. Miclo - made with nothing bot top quality ingredients, and not overly sweet either!  More info
$34.42
An absolutely beautiful 35cl bottle of Cointreau from the 1980s. And inside it is some absolutely beautiful Cointreau from the 1980s. 35cl of it, to be exact. Funny how that works.  More info
$57.58
Trenet Triple Sec is a French Triple Sec liqueur, made using bitter and sweet orange peels. Triple Sec will often feature in cocktails that need an intense hit of citrus flavour.  More info
$27.98
Monin's Cacao Blanc is a chocolate flavoured liqueur made by macerating cacao beans in alcohol. A must for any self-respecting cocktail connoisseur.  More info
$21.59
A rich, aromatic Crème De Cassis from Joseph Cartron, made using the Noir de Bourgogne variety of blackcurrant. With a wonderfully thick mouth-feel, this liqueur is spectacular to enjoy over ice...  More info
$21.51
It's green, it's minty, it's sweet and it makes a really rather good grasshopper. Monin has created a wonderful creme de menthe here, a must for minty cocktails.  More info
$23.91
Calisay - 1970s
(50cl, 33%)
A Spanish herbal spirit made from the bark of the Calisaya tree, a species of chinchona - quinnine basically. This bottle dates from the 1970s and it's in great shape.  More info
$57.58
Ricard Pastis 1l - 1970s
(100cl, 37.50%)
The famous French aniseed spirit from Marseilles, this bottle of pastis dates from the 1970s and as you can see remains in strikingly good condition.  More info
$115.17
A small 50cl bottle of the classic orange liqueur that's at least 35 years old… solve that nagging question that's been keeping you awake at night: "what did Cointreau taste like in the 1970s?" Your...  More info
$95.97
Cointreau - 1970s
(70cl, 40%)
A bottle of the classic orange liqueur that's at least 35 years old… solve the nagging question that's been keeping you awake at night: "what did Cointreau taste like in the 1970s?" Your torment is...  More info
$153.56
This is pretty special… a 33-year-old Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge. It's a blend of various fine cognacs, mixed with Marnier's famous ornage distillate. Three decades of marrying in the bottle produced...  More info
$153.56
A Spanish aniseed liqueur from the 1960s. In fantastic condition for its age.  More info
$76.46
Orange bitters made by Casque, this bottle dates from the 1970s and has a slightly damaged label.  More info
$57.58

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