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Italian Liqueurs

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Ginrosa Aperitivo is an absolutely flooring shade of candy-apple red. We're sure the 1960s aperitivo is also delicious, but that will be up to you to decide.  More info
$244.63
A rather handsome looking bottle of Pellegrini Maraschino, full of fantastic cherry flavours. This particular bottle comes from some time between 1949 & 1959, over 50 years ago!  More info
$244.63
This Martini & Rossi Cherry Liqueur is a very well kept antique. We believe it was bottled between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$407.71
Pizzoltto sounds like a pizza lottery. It's not. Sorry. They're actually the company that made the fantastic Curaçao 1815 in 1960s, full of tasty orange notes. It's just as good as a pizza lottery...  More info
$244.63
A stunningly beautiful bottle of Ramazzotti Bonaparte Apèritif from the 1960s. Look closely and you'll see a never-ending sequence of Ramazzotti Bonaparte Apèritif bottles on the label.  More info
$244.63
What a stylish bottle! This Ivlas Rosso Aperitivo comes from the 1960s, which explains why it's just so darn snazzy.  More info
$244.63
An amaro made by P. Chiesa in the 1960s. We think that the 35 relates to the 35% abv. Or perhaps that 35 different herbs and spices were used to make it? The producers might have just really liked the...  More info
$244.63
This Zucca Elixir Rabarbaro, produced in the 1960s, might not taste great in a crumble. It would make all the crumble soggy, the opposite of what you want to happen, really. It would be perfect after...  More info
$244.63
Spectacularly rare, this bottle of S. Pellegrino Rabarbaro was produced between 1949 and 1959. It's a rather snazzy Italian rhubarb liqueur in an equally snazzy bottle. Given the age, we probably...  More info
$305.78
Opal Sambuca
(70cl, 38%)
Premium Opal Sambuca bottled at 38% abv bottling and without the little hair band around it.  More info
$36.78
Produced in Northern Italy's largest city, Bologna, this is a antique bottle of Sassolino Frassinetti from the 1960s. The top of this particular bottle is taped up.  More info
$244.63
An old bottling of Rossi Bitter Aperitivo dating from the 1960s. Incredibly rare.  More info
$244.63
A rare digestif from the 1960s, Santoni Rabarbaro Chianciano Terme. You know, 'that one with the crazy looking dragon on the label'. Yes, that one.  More info
$244.63
A collectible bottle of Dom Bairo Elisir Amaro, an aperitif made with herbs and spices. This bottling comes from the 1970s.  More info
$203.86
This bottle of Ramazzotti Amaro comes from the 1950s! We're fairly sure the scribbling over the label is a signature printed on it for authenticity, not just someone's shopping list. The ABV of this...  More info
$305.78
A stylised bottle of Fonte Suria Amaro Trevi from the 1970s, featuring a lovely mountaintop scene. So peaceful, so picturesque. If the herb infused digestif doesn't help you relax after a meal, the...  More info
$163.08
Liquore Strega - 1970s
(75cl, 31.50%)
A mix of over 70 herbs and spices created this splendidly fragrant liqueur. This bottle dates from the 1970s.  More info
$163.08
This bottling of Cinzano Elixir China dates from the 1960s. It was made with cinchona bark, a source of quinine, along with other herbs and spices.  More info
$244.63
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
$163.08
A 1960s bottling of Ramazzotti Amaro, all the way from Milano!  More info
$244.63
An incredibly rare Amaro d'Assisi by the Ciro Frassineti company, this bottling was produced between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$305.78
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
$305.78
Rare Italian liqueur dating from the 1970s. Produced by Bergia using rhubarb. Pass the custard!  More info
$163.08
A bottling of Italian anise-flavoured liqueur that dates from the 1970s. It was produced by the Stock company in Trieste.  More info
$163.08
A fantastically well preserved 1970s bottling of Gancia Aperitivo, an Italian liqueur that apparently some people add to milkshakes!  More info
$163.08
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