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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
$168.72
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
$149.98
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
$59.24
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
$51.52
Kirsch Eaux de Vie. Cherry Liquor. Mmmmmmm.  More info
$51.02
A lemon liqueur made by none other than Playboy Club Barman Salvatore Calabrese.  More info
$38.32
Dating from 1955, this rare anise-flavoured liqueur was produced in France by Marie Brizard for the Italian market.  More info
$224.96
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
$112.48
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
$20.86
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
$20.86
A 70cl bottling of Crème De Cassis Double Crème from renowned liqueur producer, Joseph Cartron. To create this exceptional Crème De Cassis, Cartron use only the Noir de Bourgogne variety of...  More info
$32.89
A classic Crème De Cassis De Bourgogne from Joseph Cartron, made using the Noir de Bourgogne variety of blackcurrant, harvested from the slopes of Burgundy Grands Crus, around Nuits-Saint-Georges. A...  More info
$17.58
This sweet, fruity Pineau Des Charentes is made with around two thirds Merlot grape juice and one third Cognac, blended just after the grape harvest and matured in oak for at least 18 months.  More info
$26.51
Pernod Anise - 1970s
(70cl, 40.10%)
This is a very rare 1970s bottle of pastis from the Pernod company, based in Paris. This superb liqueur is best served long with mineral water and ice. It makes for a superb aperitif.  More info
$149.98
Apry is a very rare and rather tasty apricot-flavoured liqueur from Marie Brizard. This was produced in the 1960s in Bordeaux, France, and it was bottled for the English market.  More info
$187.47
Bénédictine is a legendary herbal liqueur from France, made by Don Bernado Vincelli as an elixir for monks as they worked, and as a defence against malaria. This is a 1970s edition of B%B, which is a...  More info
$149.98
When scouring the recipe books at La Maison Fontaine's Pontarlier distillery in France, the company happened upon a 1920s recipe based on crème de cacao and various absinthe botanicals. The result is...  More info
$48.71
Bottled in the 1960s, this is an old, collectible bottling of Tia Maria - a Jamaican liqueur made with Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee and vanilla.  More info
$149.98
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
$149.98
This is a cacao flavoured liqueur from the 1960s, the time in bottle has allowed the flavours to concentrate and makes this ideal for vintage cocktail making.  More info
$224.96
This is a 1970s liqueur from the Pagès company. Verveine du Velay is flavoured with verbena and various herbs including thyme, sage and coriander.  More info
$149.98
This is a raspberry flavoured liqueur from the Alsace region of France which was produced in the 1960s, great stuff if you require a syrupy Framboise for a cocktail!  More info
$187.47
A bustling French liqueur from Lejay-Lagoute, made with four fruits - four! This includes strawberry, blackcurrant, raspberry and blueberry. As you can imagine, this makes for quite a busy flavour...  More info
$19.14
An ancient bottle of Grand Marnier's premium liqueur Cordon Rouge - a blend of Fine Cognac and orange distillate. This was bottled for the German market in the 1970s.  More info
$224.96
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
$224.96
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