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Chocolate Liqueurs

Chocolate Liqueurs come in all shapes and sizes, and they rose to popularity throughout the chocolate craze of the 1990s. Early examples might have been made with entire cacao beans, though today the majority are made from milk, dark and white chocolate. The Mozart range is a fine selection of chocolate liqueurs made in Austria.

Liqueurs/Chocolate Liqueurs

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This is a very rare 1960s bottle of Marie Brizard liqueur with features the rich, sweet flavours of chocolate and vanilla - it'd be hard to find a more classic pairing. Over ice, this would be almost...  More info
$204.42
A very stylish bottle of Crema al Cioccolato liqueur, produced in Italy by Giacinto Paccagnella during the 1960s. This very rare bottle was designed in a way that shows off the gorgeous colours of the...  More info
$245.30
We believe that this ancient but well-kept bottle of Crema Cacao from Buton was produced between 1949 and 1959. A handsome piece for collectors of things - antique bottles of spirits, to be specific.  More info
$245.30
Not only did Peter Hallgarten make an excellent Mint Chocolate Liqueur, they also made a rather gorgeous Royal Orange-Chocolate Liqueur in the 1970s as well. And what's this? We've got an antique...  More info
$102.21
Chocolate + Vodka = Chodka. Simple maths and simply marvellous. Milk chocolate mixed with English Spirit's artisan vodka, creating a wonderful dessert liqueur that could definitely find itself...  More info
$29.56
Extraordinarily old Crema de Cacao liqueur, produced by V. M. Ramirez in Puerto Rico. It was made in the 1950s, over 50 years ago!  More info
$245.30
We all know that back in the 1950s, cupboard space was a bit hard to come by because concentrated juice hadn't been invented juice and all they had was massive bottles of orange squash. Luckily, to...  More info
$613.25
Ancient liqueur from the folks who make that there Fernet Branca that Alfred loves so much. This Crema Moka, produced at some point between 1949 and 1959, at some point much have tasted like a Mocha...  More info
$245.30
This very stylish bottle of Buton Crema Cacao was produced in the 1970s. A beautifully crafted piece, perfect for collectors.  More info
$163.53
This bottle of Marie Brizard "Chouao" liqueur was made all the way back in the 1950s and features a scenic, tropical scene on the label. It is highly unlikely that this still tastes like chocolate and...  More info
$245.30
Made by Bols in Amsterdam, this bottle of Creme de Cacao liqueur is an antique piece from over 50 years ago! We place it as coming from some time between 1949 and 1959.

There is tape on the bottle...  More info
$245.30
An ancient bottle of L’Abbé François Crème de Cacao Chouao à la Vanille, featuring both the flavours of chocolate and vanilla, or at least we assume it did when it was made at some point between 1949...  More info
$245.30
Old Mr. Boston looks pretty proud of his Creme de Cacao, although, it's pretty hard not to look fairly superior when you're wearing a top hat. This collectible bottle, with a fantastically bright and...  More info
$204.42
As you can clearly read from the label, this is a delicious Crème de Cacao which was made in the 1950s by the Andros company. It's very rare (presumably).  More info
$245.30
Cacao Blanc liqueur from top French producers, Lejay-Lagoute. For when you want to add rich chocolatey notes to your long drinks or cocktails but don't want to add any colour to them.  More info
$31.51
Looking to give your cocktails some warming roasted cacao bean flavours? Look no further, as Lejay-Lagoute have got your sorted as always with their rainbow of liqueur flavours. This one is their...  More info
$31.51
When scouring the recipe books at La Maison Fontaine's Pontarlier distillery in France, the company happened upon a 1920s recipe based on crème de cacao and various absinthe botanicals. The result is...  More info
$53.11
Chocolate and cherry liqueur made by the Bernard Loiseau Group and Gabriel Boudier. Cherry and chocolate are a fantastic pairing, and this liqueur highlights all the reasons why; it's sweet, seductive...  More info
$37.83
This is a smartly packaged and eminently quaffable chocolate liqueur from the Italian company, Major. Cioccowhisky is based on whisky and works very well when served neat with ice.  More info
$24.61
A Dutch liqueur from the Zuidam distillery. This Chocolate liqueur is made by extracting cocoa and vanilla from Madagascar. These are aged and blended for 9 months, made to a secret recipe.  More info
$36.20
A French chocolate liqueur from Giffard, créme de cacao is an important part of cocktails such as a Brandy Alexander.  More info
$25.67
A darkly hued crème de cacao from Edmond Briottet. This is made with cocoa beans from Ghana. This is superb digestif, and goes great with coffee.Edmond Briottet liqueurs are made by taking whole...  More info
$29.83
Lyme Bay Winery, with this Double Chocolate Cream Liqueur, you're really spoiling us. Made with fresh cream, brandy and natural flavours, this is one for those with a sweet tooth!  More info
$24.68
A rich, full flavoured white cacao liqueur from Giffard, great in many a cocktail.  More info
$31.65
A 70cl bottle Giffard's Crème de Cacao Brown, a dark chocolate liqueur which adds complexity and richness to many fine drinks, including the delicious Brandy Alexander.  More info
$34.05
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