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Fruit Liqueurs

Fruit Liqueurs are made with variety of different fruits. Popular orange liqueurs include Mandarine Napoléon and Cointreau (a renowned variety of triple sec ). A variety of other fruits is used; including Raspberry, Blueberry and Banana, and more exotic fruits including Melon (Midori Melon being a superlative) and Pomegranate (Pama Pomegranate for example).

Liqueurs/Fruit Liqueurs

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An ancient bottle of Grand Marnier Cordon Jaune from the 1960s. Made with neutral spirit rather than Cognac, Cordon Jaune is more often used in cooking or cocktails rather than sipping neat.  More info
£120.00
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
£22.54
The Sette Vie Ratafia Classica combines Montepulciano d'Abbruzo wine with a blend of almonds and berries, which have been infused in a molasses-based spirit, resulting in a well-balanced liqueur. A...  More info
£22.05
Choya Torori Nigori
(50cl, 13%)
Made by Choya, the Torori Nigori is an Umeshu, which is a Japanese plum liqueur. However, instead of using whole ume plums, Choya have used unfiltered plum purée.  More info
£19.35
Iseo Triple Sec
(70cl, 15%)
An Italian Triple Sec from the Iseo brand of liqueurs, bottled at the rather low ABV of 15%. If you're at all interested in cocktail making, you're going to need a Triple Sec on your shelf - they add...  More info
£9.45
Southern Comfort Lime
(70cl, 20%)
Southern Comfort. Hmm. What would make that nicer? Lime? Yes. That. #NPD  More info
£18.59
An anise liqueur flavoured with pear. It's produced by Luxardo, from the Veneto region of Italy.  More info
£19.74
Joseph Cartron uses peaches grown on the slopes of the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne and macerates them for 10 to 12 weeks, to allow all of the desired aromas from the fruits to be extracted, resulting in...  More info
£13.35
The bilberries that Joseph Cartron use for their Crème De Myrtille De Montagne are harvested at an altitude of 800 to 1000 metres. These are hand-picked and only the best berries are selected to go...  More info
£13.35
A 70cl bottling of Crème De Cassis Double Crème from renowned liqueur producer, Joseph Cartron. To create this exceptional Crème De Cassis, Cartron use only the Noir de Bourgogne variety of...  More info
£21.05
A classic Crème De Cassis De Bourgogne from Joseph Cartron, made using the Noir de Bourgogne variety of blackcurrant, harvested from the slopes of Burgundy Grands Crus, around Nuits-Saint-Georges. A...  More info
£11.25
A Pineau Des Charentes from Cognac producer François Voyer in the Grande Champagne region. This is their Vieux Blanc expression, a step up from their regular Pineau Des Charentes, as after they blend...  More info
£23.10
This sweet, fruity Pineau Des Charentes is made with around two thirds Merlot grape juice and one third Cognac, blended just after the grape harvest and matured in oak for at least 18 months.  More info
£16.97
Made with Luxardo's fantastic sambuca, apple and spices have been added to create this liqueur. Anise and apple, what a lovely pair!  More info
£19.49
Sourz Mango
(70cl, 15%)
Popular in bars, Sourz are always bright and... Well, sour. In a nice way, mind you. This one has the tropical flavours of mango. Yum.  More info
£13.63
42 herbs, spices, roots and fruits go into making Jakob Steiner Liqueur. It's cold distilled to preserve the superb flavours from all of these ingredient, creating a complex German liqueur. Wait a...  More info
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£20.07
Made in 1959 by Fratelli Rossi, this is a very rare, old juniper-flavoured liqueur from Italy. Very crisp and aromatic.  More info
£144.00
Cora Prunella - 1960s
(75cl, 40%)
Produced by the Cora company in the 1960s, this "Prunella" is a wonderful plum-flavoured liqueur. It was made in Costigliole d'Asti - a small town in southern Piedmont.  More info
£144.00
Apry is a very rare and rather tasty apricot-flavoured liqueur from Marie Brizard. This was produced in the 1960s in Bordeaux, France, and it was bottled for the English market.  More info
£120.00
Packaged in a wrapped bottle with a label bearing three lions, this is a 1960s bottling of Stock's classic maraschino liqueur, produced in Trieste, Italy.  More info
£120.00
Made in Italy in the 1960s by Costigliole d'Asti, this is a vintage Maraschino liqueur flavoured with Dalmatian Marasca cherries. Full of flavour and very collectible.  More info
£144.00
This is a very rare and highly collectible 1960s bottling of A. Sandrolini's bittersweet liqueur flavoured with marasca cherries.  More info
£120.00
Bottled more than fifty years ago, this is a 1960s bottle of Tassoni's Maraschino - a marasca cherry-flavoured liqueur. Very rare.  More info
£120.00
Maraschino is a bittersweet, marasca cherry-flavoured liqueur, made with cherries sourced from Croatia. This is a 1950s bottling from the Brant's company, bottled more than sixty years ago!  More info
£180.00
Bottled way back when (the 1960s), this is a rare, collectible bottle of triple sec liqueur from Francesco Drioli. Based in Venice, the company dates back to 1759.  More info
£120.00
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