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French Liqueurs

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We believe that this is a collectible 1990s bottle of rum liqueur for making Cremat, where you add sugar, cinnamon and lemon peel to it in a clay pot, then light it with a match very briefly!...  More info
$308.93
This is a collectible bottle of Crème de Grand Marnier, a cream liqueur from the makers of... Well, Grand Marnier, of course. This bottle was produced in 1984 or 1985. However, *this should not be...  More info
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$38.62
This is a herb and spice forward liqueur from the 1960's and suitably has a depiction of an ambassador on the label.  More info
$231.70
An old but shiny bottle bottle of the Cusenier Apricot Brandy, produced in the 1950s. Perfect of an antique Apricot Sour cocktail, an ancient English Rose cocktail, or to just enjoy neat. Bottled at...  More info
$231.70
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
$193.08
This is a 1960s bottling of Cusenier Apricot Brandy, with its charming ribbon bow-tie still intact. A collectible piece from over 40 years ago.  More info
$193.08
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
$231.70
A rare bottle of Cusenier Apricot Brandy from over 50 years ago, presented in their funky bottle. Very collectible and, well, funky!  More info
$231.70
1970s Crème de Cassis made by Cusenier in Dijon during the 1960s. For a bottle of blackcurrant liqueur produced over 40 years ago, the label is really quite stylish and actually looks like it could...  More info
$193.08
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
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
$154.47
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
$1930.82
A French liqueur by Cusiner between 1949 and 1959. A stunning little antique from the talented liqueur producer.  More info
$231.70
The De Luxe Prestige Gold Finest Blended Cane Liquor is a rum based liqueur with a sunny, golden hue, a suitably sweet flavour profile and plenty of positive adjectives in its name. It was made by...  More info
$32.28
An exquisite Crème de Mûre from the Debsons range, made by Jean Boyer in France. They use around 400 grams of blackberries, which are harvested at their peak ripeness at the end of the summer, to make...  More info
$39.74
Made with a delicate mixture of vermouth and strawberry juice, Dolin's Chamberyzette tastes fabulously fresh and vibrant. Should go great in classic cocktails with a fruit-fuelled twist.  More info
$23.04
A delicious Ginger liqueur from Domaine de Canton made with Vietnamese ginger, ginseng, vanilla, XO and VSOP cognac!  More info
$56.15
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
$154.47
A brilliant coconut liqueur from Edmond Briottet. Did you know, the word Coco comes from the Portuguese for monkey? Oh yes. Therefore, coconuts are actually monkey nuts! Monkey nuts, or peanuts, on...  More info
$24.70
Creme de Bergamote liqueur made by Edmond Briottet. The oil from Bergamot Orange is also used in the famous Earl Grey tea, favourite of one Jean-Luc Picard. I can only imagine that when someone...  More info
$32.58
This excellent apricot liqueur from Edmond Briottet is made by macerating the fruit in alcohol. The fruits are fattened by the sun before picking, and the result is a fantastically fresh and authentic...  More info
$28.50
You'll go bananas for Edmond Briottet's Crème de Banane. It has a stunningly fresh, authentic banana flavour and its made with Canaries bananas from Costa Rica. A great digestif.  More info
$28.50
A darkly hued crème de cacao from Edmond Briottet. This is made with cocoa beans from Ghana. This is superb digestif, and goes great with coffee.Edmond Briottet liqueurs are made by taking whole...  More info
$28.17
A superb clear Crème de Cacao from Edmond Briottet. This is made with cocoa beans from Ghana. These are roasted and then macerated in alcohol. They then add sugar to sweeten it, and nothing else. Just...  More info
$27.39
Edmond Briottet's Cassis is the world's ultimate crème de cassis. Spirit Journal's F Paul Pacult said of it: "Crème de Cassis doesn't come any better than this; a masterpiece." Wine Enthusiast rated...  More info
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$25.02
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