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Herb Liqueurs

Herbal Liqueurs are very popular, and there are many famous examples often made by Monks, and often made to age old recipes with tens, if not hundreds, of ingredients. Chartreuse and Benedictine are both Monastic liqueurs. A number of herbal liqueurs were first created for medicinal use!

Liqueurs/Herb Liqueurs

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This interesting, angular piece is a bottle of Doppio Kummel from renowned wine and vermouth producer, Gancia. Kummel is more popular in Holland and Germany, though evidently the Italian market...  More info
$159.24
Liquore Strega - 1960s
(100cl, 42.30%)
This is a 1960s bottling of Liquore Strega, a herbal liqueur often enjoyed after a meal. With a complex recipe of around 70 ingredients, it's a hearty, enjoyable liqueur with plenty of spice and a...  More info
$238.86
A 1960s bottling of Cinzano Amaro Savoja, later known as Amaro Savoia (the Italian spelling). It's a bitter liqueur made with herbs from Savoy (that's the English spelling now), in the Western Alps.  More info
$298.57
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
$199.05
For all those moments when you're gasping for a sambuca and coke but the corner shop only has lemonade, Luxardo give you... Sambuca and Cola! Now you can enjoy a refreshing long drink with all the...  More info
$32.74
Bruyèr Amaro - 1960s
(100cl, 30%)
This is a 1960s bottling of Bruyèr Amaro, made to be enjoyed after a hearty meal.  More info
$238.86
This is a rare bottle of Cerasola Alpicella herbal liqueur, which was made with a selection of 32 herbs. This hard-to-find bottle comes to us from the days of yore, as it was produced between 1949 and...  More info
$298.57
This is a bottle of Rarum Amaro Liquore d'Erbe, produced in the 1960s. We believe it was made from mountain herbs, as suggested by the mountainous scene on the label. There's even a deer on it...  More info
$199.05
A herbal Amaro liqueur from Italian producer Giarola Abele, named after the Monte Penice, located in Northern Italy. This collectible bottle was made all the way back in the 1960s.  More info
$199.05
From Italian producers Scardina comes this rare bottle of Amaro del Povero, made in the 1960s. While it is a very stylish piece, sadly the printed "label" has faded in places, particularly on the...  More info
$199.05
At over 40 years old, this rare old bottle of Chinato delle Langhe from Giordano is a rather attractive collectible piece. We believe it was made using cinchona bark, similar to Elixir di China and...  More info
$238.86
Ancient Pietro Chiesa Cremlino Liquore Secco, produced between 1949 and 1959. The label features some Kremlin-looking buildings, which will be where the "Cremlino" part of the name comes from...  More info
$238.86
Bram Amarello - 1970s
(75cl, 23%)
A 1970s bottling of Bram Amarello, rare and collectible. Apparently it's also rather light, according to the label, which describes it as "Leggerissimo", perhaps one of the best translations out...  More info
$159.24
Herbal digestif liqueur from Tre Valli in Italy. This 100cl bottle of their Amaro is over 40 years old, as it was produced in the 1960s.  More info
$238.86
All the way from Italy comes this rare bottle of Savis Amaro Felsina, a bitter aperitif made with cinchona bark and with an added hint of orange for sweet, balancing flavours. We believe that this...  More info
$298.57
A pleasantly bitter digestif from Croatian producer, Maraska. Amaro Zara is a mix of aromatic herbs that should be served after a meal in a glass with plenty of ice with a slice of lemon.  More info
$39.69
Chartreuse Verte (green) is a traditional French liqueur made with extracts from over 130 plants, and is called for in a number of classic cocktails. The V.E.P. edition uses the same recipe, but it is...  More info
$86.59
A very rare 1970s bottling of Yellow Chartreuse, the French liqueur first made by Carthusian monks in the 1740s. The recipe calls for distilled spirit and a massive 130 herbal extracts. This antique...  More info
$597.15
A delicious old French peppermint liqueur, bottled by the Get Frères company in the 1960s.  More info
$238.86
This is a 1970s liqueur from the Pagès company. Verveine du Velay is flavoured with verbena and various herbs including thyme, sage and coriander.  More info
$159.24
Pimm's No.1 Cup - 1970s 1l
(100cl, 34.60%)
A 1 litre bottle of Pimm's No. 1 Cup, the classic British summertime drink. The bottle was produced in the 1970s, a rare find for drinks collectors out there. Sadly, the box has been dented a bit over...  More info
$199.05
Gabriel Boudier capture the rich, aromatic notes of Darjeeling tea in their Darjeeling Tea Liqueur. For clever cocktail enthusiasts, this stuff is perfect for making something experimental, complex...  More info
$31.53
RinQuinQuin à la Pêche is made using three different types of peach - Cardinale, Coronet and Junegold. As if this wasn't enough peach for you, they also used the leaves from peach trees, harvests just...  More info
$28.23
An extraordinarily rare bottle of Cusenier Liqueur Verte, which was produced all the way back in 1937! Cusenier was once a well known absinthe and liqueur maker during the late 1800s/early 1900s...  More info
$1990.49
A herbal liqueur produced by L. Ottoz between 1949 and 1959. Elixir Génépy is traditionally made using alpine herbs, which gives it connotations of refreshing mountain air, crystal clear springs and...  More info
$149.29
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