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Produced by the Buton company in the 1970s, this is a very rare and highly collectible bottle of Don Bairo Elisir Amaro - a bittersweet Italian tonic liqueur flavoured with herbs and roots.  More info
$161.22
This is a semi-dry apertif from Rosso Antico bottled in the 1970s.  More info
$201.53
Drioli Maraschino is cherry liqueur, with this bottle dating from the 1950s! There is no abv listed and we probably wouldn't recommend drinking it anyway...  More info
$161.22
Produced by the Bergia company in the 1960s in Aragno, in Turin, Italy, this is a very rich, intense, bittersweet Italian Rabarbaro liqueur, flavoured with herbs, spices, roots and rhubarb.  More info
$241.83
Masino Kina - 1949-59
(100cl, 0%)
This 1950s Masino Kina is a very rare bitter-sweet Italian liqueur. The label features the sun, or a prickly horse chestnut seed. Probably the sun.  More info
$302.29
Wow! A 1 litre bottle of Campari Cordial! You don't see these every day, unless you're a right lucky soul. We place this as coming from some time in the 1950s or 1960s, so you'd have to be a lucky...  More info
$534.05
Luxardo's Passione Nera, their anise and liquorice flavoured liqueur, in a bottle that matches the rest of their extensive range. Spicy and quite rich.  More info
$32.93
A rare Italian digestif produced by Gambarotta in the 1970s and presented in a 1.5 litre bottle.  More info
$322.44
Produced in Turin, Italy, in the 1960s, this is a delicious Amaro liqueur from Gancia, flavoured with bitter herbs and roots and based on red wine. This is highly collectible.  More info
$201.53
Rare Rabarbaro made by Bergia in the 1970s. Bitter-sweet like an amaro and made using roots from the rhubarb plant to give it a fruity flavour. Absolute classic, this is.  More info
$161.22
Amaro Felsina - 1960s
(100cl, 16%)
Made by A. Pagliarini di Mario, this is a 1960s bottling of bittersweet Amaro liqueur, made in Italy.  More info
$241.83
A collectible bottle of Dom Bairo Elisir Amaro, an aperitif made with herbs and spices. This bottling comes from the 1970s.  More info
$201.53
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
$201.53
This is a a wine based liqueur bottled in the 1970s and is ideal for creating vintage cocktails.  More info
$201.53
An ancient sambuca from the 1950s from Italian producers Montblanc. A very rare bottle.  More info
$241.83
Nardini il Bitter 1l
(100cl, 24%)
The aperitivo can sometimes overshadow a meal altogether. The Nardini il Bitter has been the culprit of many hours sat at the table, casually forgetting about dinner and just enjoying the bitter-sweet...  More info
$48.84
A Maraschino from a little-known producer, but it's a fine drink, bottled at a higher abv than many similar products. A case of they don't make them like they used to? This bottle is from the 1980s.  More info
$120.92
Duomo Chilli Zest
(70cl, 38%)
Nope. Fail. Not hot enough. (Try typing "250,000" in the search bar above...)  More info
$34.31
A bottling of Italian anise-flavoured liqueur that dates from the 1970s. It was produced by the Stock company in Trieste.  More info
$161.22
Considering this bottle's age, it is in excellent condition. Antique liqueurs are becoming ever more popular for cocktail making. Aside from lending a unique flavour, they also provide a provenance...  More info
$161.22
This Martini & Rossi Cherry Liqueur is a very well kept antique. We believe it was bottled between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$403.05
Aperol from the original producers Barbieri! Now owned by Campari, this Italian aperitif was made during the period 1949-59.  More info
$302.29
Made to be enjoyed before a meal, this deep, dark A. Rango Cobret Aperitivo from 1949-59 is a real antique treat.  More info
$302.29
Enrico Maddalena Robbia Bitter della Certose di Pavia *and breath* from the 1960s. No abv is listed on the bottle.  More info
$201.53
From over 50 years ago, a bottle of Apricot Brandy made by SIS in Italy. Ridiculously old and rare, and although the label has been a little ripped around the edges, it is in surprisingly good...  More info
$241.83
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