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French Liqueurs

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A clear Crème de Cacao liqueur from Vedrenne, produced in Nuits-Saint-Georges, France. A liqueur well suited to cocktails which need the rich chocolatey flavours, without adding any colours to your...  More info
$27.42
Crème de Banane liqueur, produced in Nuits-Saint-Georges by Vedrenne. Vividly fruity, this liqueur makes itself heard in cocktails and mixed drinks. It could definitely be used in desserts, too.  More info
$27.42
A small 1980s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
$77.01
A 1980s bottle of Bénédictine in decent condition, although the red wax seal on the front is missing. Nevertheless this is a piece of liqueur history and a must for any serious collection.  More info
$77.01
The famous French aniseed spirit from Marseilles, this bottle of pastis dates from the early 1980s. It's sealed and very drinkable, although the label is slightly damaged.  More info
$115.51
A crème de cassis from Marie Brizard, this bottle has a slightly damaged label and dates from the 1970s.  More info
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$154.02
A cherry liqueur from Grand Marnier, this actually predated the orange version. This itineration is from the 1960s and comes with a slightly damaged box, but is nonetheless very striking.  More info
$346.54
An anisette from Marie Brizard. The bottle dates from the 1970s and it's in good conditon, although the label is coming a bit loose.  More info
$192.52
Bénédictine - 1960s
(35cl, 41.50%)
A 1960s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
$125.14
Ah, the 1950s. When talk was cheap and waistbands approached one's armpits. This mint liqueur, made by Mitra, is a historic cocktail ingredient that hails from the days of the first atomic bomb tests...  More info
$154.02
Lemon liqueur from Gioao Luisa. Similar to lemoncello, this Italian bottle dates from the 1970s. It is boxed and contains a tiny bit of sediment, and some crystalisation is apparent around the cap.  More info
$96.26
A cherry liqueur from Grand Marnier, this actually predated the orange version. Possibly our favourite bottles in the collection... just look at how red they are. This iteration is from the 1970s and...  More info
$346.54
Kahlua - 1970s
(70cl, 26.50%)
A 70s Kahlúa! Make the most authentic white Russians possible with this classic coffee liqueur.  More info
$154.02
A 50cl bottle of liqueur history here. Chocolately goodness from the 1970s courtesy of Marie Brizard.  More info
$96.26
Tia Maria - 1970s
(70cl, 41.50%)
First formulated in Jamaica after the Second World War, Tia Maria is a classic liqueur that's great mixed with orange juice, coffee or rum. See how it tasted back when Earth Wind and Fire were in...  More info
$154.02
Bénédictine - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
A 1970s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
$154.02
Joseph Cartron are very specific about the cherries they use for their Crème De Cerise De Bourgogne. The recipe features 2/3 Chalonnaise - a black cherry variety that are rich with perfumed aromas...  More info
$21.42
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
$21.58
Giffard Curaçao Bleu
(70cl, 25%)
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
$28.86
Cacao Blanc liqueur from top French producers, Lejay-Lagoute. For when you want to add rich chocolatey notes to your long drinks or cocktails but don't want to add any colour to them.  More info
$29.68
Looking to give your cocktails some warming roasted cacao bean flavours? Look no further, as Lejay-Lagoute have got your sorted as always with their rainbow of liqueur flavours. This one is their...  More info
$29.68
A pear flavoured liqueur from French producer Lejay-Lagoute.  More info
$27.50
Janot Anis Blanc
(70cl, 45%)
An aromatic bottle of aniseed liqueur from Janot (one of France's best loved makers of Anis and Pastis). Very clean and fresh.  More info
$35.25
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
$28.06
Vedrenne Supercassis
(50cl, 15%)
What's that up on the shelf? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Supercassis, from Vedrenne. Bursting at the seams with blackcurrant flavours, this vibrant liqueur is an absolute dream over ice, in...  More info
$21.37
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