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A very fancy looking bottle of Cucchi Amaro Stomatico Aperitivo Gradevole from the 1960s. You could say it looks rather pleasant, but that might just be because "Gradevole" in Italian means "pleasant"...  More info
$239.21
Very old, super rare and rather large are all good descriptors for this 150cl bottle of Moroni Amaro Felsina, produced some time between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$478.42
A very lovely aperitivo from Rosso Antico, produced in the 1960s.  More info
$239.21
A very old bottle from Bacio, which, in case your Italian is a little rusty, means "kiss". Aww. Produced in the 1950s.  More info
$299.01
A 1960s bottling by the Gancia company of their delightful Aperitivo Americano Oro.  More info
$239.21
What we have here is a 1960s bottle of Amaro Montenegro, an Italian herbal liqueur, blended for a sweet and bitter flavour that is still enjoyed today. It was named after Elena of Montenegro, who was...  More info
$159.47
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
$239.21
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
$239.21
This Martini & Rossi Cherry Liqueur is a very well kept antique. We believe it was bottled between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$398.68
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
$239.21
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
$239.21
What a stylish bottle! This Ivlas Rosso Aperitivo comes from the 1960s, which explains why it's just so darn snazzy.  More info
$239.21
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
$239.21
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
$239.21
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
$299.01
Opal Sambuca
(70cl, 38%)
Premium Opal Sambuca bottled at 38% abv bottling and without the little hair band around it.  More info
$35.96
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
$239.21
An old bottling of Rossi Bitter Aperitivo dating from the 1960s. Incredibly rare.  More info
$239.21
A 1 litre bottling of Bergia Olio Rabarbaro from 1949-59. Decorated with numerous coats of arms, it is a particularly regal looking liqueur flavoured with rhubarb and a mix of spices.  More info
$239.21
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
$239.21
A collectible bottle of Dom Bairo Elisir Amaro, an aperitif made with herbs and spices. This bottling comes from the 1970s.  More info
$199.34
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
$299.01
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
$159.47
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
$159.47
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
$239.21
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