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Italian Liqueurs

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Named after the best instrument ever created (or at least the loudest which is practically the same thing), this is an antique bottle of Freund Ballor Gong, an Italian Amaro liqueur made with herbs...  More info
$232.00
When you put the words "Baker" and "Cherry" in the same sentence, you're probably expecting some sort of delicious cherry pie. Not this time, friends! This is a 1960s bottle of Baker Cherry Brandy...  More info
$193.33
We're not sure who the woman is on this Campari Cordial presentation tin, but the way she's looking at that bottle, you know she's got a good eye for antique liqueurs from the 1970s.  More info
$290.00
This is s bright and shiny bottle of Campari Cordial from the 1970s. A rare and collectible piece, especially as it comes with the original presentation box.  More info
$290.00
Campari Cordial is sadly not in production any more, but antique bottles of it still exist, like this one which was produced way-back-when in 1963.  More info
$232.00
Very, very old Campari Cordial! This bottling has been dated back to 1958, so it's over 50 years old. It's also smaller than standard bottles of the bitter-sweet raspberry liqueur, holding 50cl of...  More info
$261.00
A very artsy bottling of Cinzano Amaro, typically drank after dinner to aid digestion. This bottling comes from the 1960s, which explains why it's so well designed. However, that focus on design does...  More info
$193.33
La Mosca Black
(70cl, 38%)
La Mosca Black is the traditionally minded spirit that has been flavoured with liquorice. La Mosca's name refers to 'Sambuca con La Mosca', or 'Sambuca with Fly' where you float three coffee beans in...  More info
$36.35
La Mosca Raspberry
(70cl, 38%)
A flavoured liqueur made with La Mosca's sambuca as a base. This edition has been bottled with sweet, seductive raspberries. Yum.  More info
$36.31
La Mosca Sambuca is named after the tradition of serving the anise-flavoured spirit with three coffee beans floating in the glass, which to the untrained eye almost look like flies having a swim in...  More info
$31.59
This bottle of Amaro Felsina was produced by APE between 1949 and 1959. A rare collectible.  More info
$145.00
An incredibly well kept bottle of cherry liqueur from the 1970s. Stock Maraschino comes in the traditional wrapping, all the way from Trieste, Italy.  More info
$154.67
A 1960s bottling of Fuoco di Russia *ahem*, made by Ferrol. If you couldn't guess from the crazy label, "Fuoco di Russia" is in fact the Italian for "Fire in Russia".  More info
$232.00
This cheerful looking bottle is a Sari Gussago Rabar China, made some time between 1949 and 1959. A cross between a Rabarbaro and Elixir di China, presumably.  More info
$145.00
A one litre bottle of Bardi Elixir di China from the 1960s, stunningly preserved for so long. We have books from last year that are falling apart already, but this bottle has stood the test of time...  More info
$232.00
Cucchi Felsina - 1960s
(100cl, 21%)
Cucchi Felsina is an Italian liqueur named after the ancient city of Felsina, which is now known as Bologna. This bottle comes from the 1960s.  More info
$232.00
The label design for this bottle of Aperitivo del Cardinale Sanley from the 1960s makes it look like it should be advertising some sort of wacky sitcom. We don't think it is, but our Italian is a...  More info
$232.00
Why wouldn't you want a bottle of SIS Rabarbaro from some time between 1949 and 1959 with two dragons high-fiving on the label? Dragons! High-fives! Rhubarb liqueur!  More info
$290.00
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
$232.00
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
$464.00
A very lovely aperitivo from Rosso Antico, produced in the 1960s.  More info
$232.00
A very old bottle from Bacio, which, in case your Italian is a little rusty, means "kiss". Aww. Produced in the 1950s.  More info
$290.00
A 1960s bottling by the Gancia company of their delightful Aperitivo Americano Oro.  More info
$232.00
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
$232.00
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
$232.00
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