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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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Made in the 1970s using Marasca cherries, this is a bittersweet, rich liqueur. The pits of the fruit are crushed during the maceration process. This lends the liqueur a hint of almond flavour.  More info
£96.00
This is a litre bottle of Dutch company De Kuyper's Cherry Brandy, made by crushing the cherry kernels with the fruit. The result of this is a hint of almond flavour. This is a rare old 1980s...  More info
£96.00
Duomo Fruit Medley
(70cl, 38%)
A mixed fruit and anise flavoured liqueur? Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  More info
£20.43
Produced in England by the Blankenheym, B&N is a fruity liqueur flavoured with peaches. This was bottled in the 1960s.  More info
£120.00
Licor de Ginja is a tasty Portuguese liqueur made by infusing ginja berries (sour cherries) in spirit before the addition of sugar. This is a 1960s bottling. Ginja is also the technical term for a...  More info
£144.00
This is a delicious banana-flavoured liqueur from G. Monfrino, a Turin-based Italian company. Beautifully packaged, made in the 1950s.

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£180.00
You might not immediately match the flavours of absinthe and peach, but this liqueur from Hapsburg does make a quite a convincing case for enjoying these two together.  More info
£16.99
Produced in the Gers region in France, this is a bottle of Curaçao (bittersweet orange liqueur) from the Carrère company. It was bottled in the 1950s.  More info
£180.00
Produced in the 1970s by the Levi company, this is an Amaro - a bittersweet herbal liqueur made with various herbs and spices. This particular bottling is made with alpine botanicals.  More info
£120.00
An ancient bottle of Grand Marnier's premium liqueur Cordon Rouge - a blend of Fine Cognac and orange distillate. This was bottled for the German market in the 1970s.  More info
£144.00
Duomo Sour Apple
(70cl, 38%)
Sour Apple? Apple Sourz? Delicious either way.  More info
£20.43
Duomo Summer Pear
(70cl, 38%)
Anise flavoured liqueur with added summer pear. From Duomo.  More info
£20.43
Duomo Raspberry
(70cl, 38%)
Raspberry anise flavoured liqueur. Delicious over ice? Maybe?  More info
£20.43
A zesty liqueur made using the delightfully sweet mandarin orange. It was produced in Campania by Russo, whom have a history of excellent citrus-based liqueurs.  More info
£25.70
Bartissol - 1950s
(150cl, 0%)
A protected designation of aperitif from Bartissol, made with sweet French wine, and various other ingredients. This is best served over ice with a slice of orange or lemon. This is a rare 1950s...  More info
£288.00
This is a 1960s bottle of Kapriol Liqueur from Italy, produced by distillation with juniper berries, to which various Alpine herbs are added. The result is fresh and fragrant, and great when served on...  More info
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£120.00
An old and very rare liqueur from the Italian stalwarts Luxardo. This has a beautiful banana flavour and was bottled in the 1960s.  More info
£144.00
Wonderful Blue Curaçao liqueur from Marie Brizard, this was bottled in a half litre bottle in the 1980s. Great for making those Blue Lagoons and other similarly classy cocktails…  More info
£60.00
Alizé Rose
(70cl, 20%)
Alizé Rose is a delicious liqueur made with top-quality French vodka, VS Cognac, rose petals and real lychee, strawberry and passion fruit juices. Very tasty indeed, this is great in cocktails.  More info
£15.36
Créme de Framboises, perfect for an aperitif mixed with dry white wine or champagne. Hugely aromatic and fruity, bursting with raspberry notes. From renowned Dijon producer, Gabriel Boudier.  More info
£19.72
One of the most well-known liqueurs produced by Gabriel Boudier, their Créme de Cassis de Dijon is a supreme blackcurrant liqueur. Enjoy ice cold, in a cocktail or even with a good, French white wine...  More info
£14.37
Fancy a drink that packs a punch of peach perfection? Pick up a bottle of Vedrenne Crème de Pêche De Vigne, a French liqueur fit to burst with peach flavours.  More info
£15.27
Rich and jam packed with fruit, this is a Crème de Mûre from French producers, Vedrenne. Need a big burst of blackberry flavour in your cocktail? This will fit the bill just fine.  More info
£15.27
This is a green apple liqueur from French producer Vedrenne. Sweet, vibrant and a little champion in cocktails.  More info
£14.83
A flavoursome Liqueur De Violette from Vedrenne. Featuring rich, subtly spicy and seductively sweet notes, this fairly complex liqueur is gorgeous over ice and can be used in cocktails.  More info
£14.83
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