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Italian Liqueurs

Italian Liqueurs

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Amaro Cora - 1960s
(100cl, 26%)
Rare Amaro from the 1960s. This collectible Italian digestif was produced by the Cora company, founded in 1835, using herbs and bitter roots.  More info
$239.21
Cynar - 1970s
(70cl, 16%)
Proudly made from artichokes, as shown by the funny looking vegetable on the label, Cynar is a very interesting liqueur indeed. This bottling is from the 1970s.  More info
$159.47
Classic Maraschino from Buton with a relatively high abv of 32% abv. This bottling dates from the 1960s.  More info
$199.34
A bit of a mouthful, this ridiculously rare bottle of Bonomelli Elixir Camomilla from 1949-59 is infused with chamomile for an intriguing taste.  More info
$199.34
A rare Italian digestif produced by Gambarotta in the 1970s and presented in a 1.5 litre bottle.  More info
$318.95
Certosa Amaro - 1970s
(50cl, 30%)
A rare 1970s bitter digestif with a quite enchanting label! Perfect after filling up on delicious Italian food.  More info
$109.64
Aperol from the original producers Barbieri! Now owned by Campari, this Italian aperitif was made during the period 1949-59.  More info
$299.01
This distinctive looking bottle could only hold a La Rocca D’Asolo Jörghe I L'erbamaro from the 1970s, not only because that's what the label says, but because nothing else could contain such...  More info
$159.47
Brams Amaro B3 - 1960s
(100cl, 32%)
Presented in a charmingly aged bottle, this 1960s amaro was was Brams' speciality. Apparently.  More info
$199.34
Italian Argos Aperitivo has a colour and label as distinctive as its flavour. A very rare bottling that dates from the 1970s.  More info
$199.34
Amaro Cora - 1970s
(100cl, 26%)
Amaro Cora from the 1970s, an Italian liqueur that's perfect for a vintage Amarosa cocktail. Nom nom.  More info
$199.34
A 1970s Vlahov Maraschino, flavoured with Marasca cherries. Beautifully ancient, like an old painting made of liqueur. That's probably happened before - it could happen now, if you're feeling artsy...  More info
$199.34
A 1960s bottling of orange flavoured liqueur produced by Calvet.  More info
$199.34
As Miley Cyrus appears to have gone off the rails, we should remember that Disney stars going bad is nothing new. Mickey Mouse's Sambuca and Rum binges were the stuff of legend in Hollywood following...  More info
$199.34
Made to be enjoyed before a meal, this deep, dark A. Rango Cobret Aperitivo from 1949-59 is a real antique treat.  More info
$299.01
Dating from between 1949 and 1959, this incredibly rare bottling of Gran Liquore di Santa Vittoria was produced in Turin by Cinzano.  More info
$239.21
A very distinguished looking bottle of Gallo Sambuca from 1949-59. A rare, dark sambuca that sits in waiting for a brave soul to release it from its glass chamber and unleash it upon the night.  More info
$299.01
Cynar - 1960s
(75cl, 16.90%)
Yep, that's an artichoke on the bottle. The latin for artichoke is 'Cynara scolymus'. Hence 'Cynar'. There you go. This bottle dates from the 1960s.  More info
$199.34
Enrico Maddalena Robbia Bitter della Certose di Pavia *and breath* from the 1960s. No abv is listed on the bottle.  More info
$199.34
3 guesses what flavours come from this Buton Orange Brandy. Just look at the colour of the liquid and say whatever comes to mind. Once you've figured it out, read the big letters on the label you will...  More info
$199.34
A rare 75cl bottling of Italian cherry brandy dating from the 1960s! We have a few of these and the labels have started to peel off of some of them, but that just makes them more antique-y, right?  More info
$199.34
We're not sure exactly when this bottle of Cynar was produced, but the research elves we have working to figure this information out have placed it at in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Cynar, of...  More info
$159.47
A bitter-sweet Amaro di San Geminiano from the 1960s with a traditional but ever so striking bottle.  More info
$239.21
A fantastically well preserved 1970s bottling of Gancia Aperitivo, an Italian liqueur that apparently some people add to milkshakes!  More info
$159.47
A bottling of Italian anise-flavoured liqueur that dates from the 1970s. It was produced by the Stock company in Trieste.  More info
$159.47
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