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French Liqueurs

French Liqueurs

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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
$39.75
Crisp, spicy ginger liqueur from the Alsace-based producers and distillers, G. Miclo.  More info
$34.63
An eau de vie distilled using mangos. This was made at what was once the Miclo distillery at Moorea on the French Polynesian island of Tahiti!  More info
$66.63
Giffard Crème de Myrtille is made with fresh blueberries which are steeped in alcohol. Nothing else is added save for alcohol and sugar. This liqueur works brilliantly with white wines, champagnes, in...  More info
$28.74
Giffard Créme de Framboise is a French raspberry flavoured liqueur.  More info
$19.13
Curaçao Bleu is a liqueur from the island of Curaçao, made from the dried peel of the laraha citrus fruit, similar to a Valencia orange.  More info
$23.45
A very zesty liqueur from Giffard, made with bitter orange peels. Works great in a Margarita.  More info
$29.27
A 50cl bottling of Edmond Briottet's luxurious Liqueur de Caramel, a top quality ingredient for decadent cocktails. Not only that, it works marvellously when drizzled over puddings or even in coffee.  More info
$20.84
Antique Cherry Brandy, produced by Rocher over 50 years ago. An antique, some might say. Other might shout "This belongs in a museum!" at you. But then again, Indiana Jones thinks everything belongs...  More info
$289.68
We believe that this bottle of Tegani Green Chartreuse was produced between 1949 and 1959, and since then, it looks to have been taken care of rather well indeed. A handsome collectible from over 50...  More info
$386.24
An antique bottle of G. Tegani Chartreuse Yellow, which we believe was produced between 1949 and 1959. A stylish collectible from decades past.  More info
$386.24
This Merlet liqueur from their C2 range is a rich, aromatic blend of Cognac and coffee liqueur. Sure to find its way into a number of cocktails, what with the fine flavours coming through intensely...  More info
$58.69
To make this sweet, seductive liqueur, the folks at Giffard harvest griotte cherries and place them in brandy to steep on the same day, capturing as much of the fruit's character in the drink. The...  More info
$22.76
A tall, ancient bottle of Cazanove Curaçao Triple Sec, produced in the 1950s. Sadly, over the years, it has not been well looked after and the label has been damaged rather badly. Despite being rather...  More info
$231.74
A 1960s bottling of Bénédictine B&B, a fabulous mix of Bénédictine and brandy which became a popular cocktail in the 1930s. A beautiful bottle which has survived for over 40 years. Sadly, the back...  More info
$231.74
We believe this antique bottling of Bénédictine herbal liqueur was produced all the way back in the 1940s - over 60 years ago! It's a small bottle, estimated to be 37.5cl, although sadly the label...  More info
$193.12
A clear Créme De Menthe liqueur from Gabriel Boudier's Bartender range. Suitable for cocktails where the refreshing hints of mint are needed, but the vibrant green colour from regular Créme de Menthe...  More info
$23.51
The Joseph Cartron company in France use a selection of wild strawberries and Plougastel strawberries, known for their fragrant, perfumed flavour profile, to create their Creme De Fraise Des Bois...  More info
$18.91
A herbal liqueur produced by L. Ottoz between 1949 and 1959. Elixir Génépy is traditionally made using alpine herbs, which gives it connotations of refreshing mountain air, crystal clear springs and...  More info
$144.84
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
$308.99
A rare 1970s bottling of Petrus Boonekamp l'Amaro, enjoyed after a meal to aid digestion. They say if you go looking, try your hardest and truly believe in yourself, you can still find bottles of this...  More info
$154.50
A 1960s bottling of Grand Marnier, which we believe to be part of their rare Cuvée Speciale range. It even comes in a fancy red-flocked bottle, though sadly the label is peeling and very slightly...  More info
$289.68
A French liqueur by Cusiner between 1949 and 1959. A stunning little antique from the talented liqueur producer.  More info
$231.74
Rare French Curaçao, made in Bordeaux by A. Teissèdre all the way back in the 1940s. This orange liqueur would go very well in an antique cocktail, perhaps a Mai Tai or splashed into a Margarita with...  More info
$347.62
This is a rare 1950s bottle of Frédéric Bernard Fine Grande Liqueur, produced in Dijon, France. It's got a picture of (who we assume to be) Fréd on the label, look quite pious indeed.  More info
$231.74
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