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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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Bigallet Thym Liqueur
(70cl, 35%)
Bigallet Thym Liqueur is a refreshing, floral traditional drink, made in the French Alps by slowly macerating sprigs of thyme into neutral spirit. We would mention the missing "e" from the word thyme...  More info
$28.85
The main ingredient of Bigallet's light a floral liqueur, Le Grand Tetras Genepi, is Genepi Artemisia Mutellina, which grows very high up in the Alps. To create the drink, they infuse and distil parts...  More info
$41.39
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
$187.51
This antique bottle of Bénédictine B&B Gold Seal was produced in the 1960s. It has a golden seal instead of the classic red one. We're not 100% sure why it is gold, but it's pretty fancy looking...  More info
$225.02
Bénédictine B&B is a cheerful blend of Bénédictine herbal liqueur and fantastic brandy. This bottle from the 1960s comes with orange paper wrap, which has unfortunately ripped. However, this also...  More info
$187.51
A beautiful bottle of Bénédictine B&B from the 1950s, make with a blend of Bénédictine liqueur and brandy.

Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it...  More info
$281.27
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
$562.54
A German herbal liqueur made to a recipe passed down through the Borgmann family, whom trace the history of this drink all the way back to 1772, when the Duke of Braunschweig appointed them as...  More info
$40.38
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
$1875.13
This is a small but by no means short bottle of Galliano Liqueur from the 1970s. A collectible piece from years gone by. These bottles also make fantastic flower vases after all the liqueur has been...  More info
$112.51
Galliano Liqueur, made with citrus, vanilla, anise and ginger, from the 1970s. It comes in the classic tall, slender bottle.  More info
$150.01
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
$225.02
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
$281.27
Italian liqueur made with alpine herbs. The picture on the bottle also looks suspiciously like a set from the Harry Potter movies, although this bottle pre-dates those films by many decades. We place...  More info
$281.27
We place this bottle of Bardini Aperitif Bar as coming from some time between 1949 and 1959, over 50 years ago. An antique aperitivo from Italy.  More info
$225.02
This is a bottle of Cucchi Avernus, a liqueur made from birch flowers, which we think was produced between 1949 and 1959. Unfortunately it was not stored properly at some point during its long...  More info
$281.27
The famous Zucca Rabarbaro, packed full of rhubarb and herbs for a bitter-sweet taste. You can still find bottles of this digestif, but if you're looking for a rare bottle from over 50 years ago, then...  More info
$225.02
Kummel is a traditional European liqueur made with caraway for a richly herbal flavour. This particular bottle was made by Zaratine at some point between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$281.27
Rare Rabarbaro made by Bergia in the 1970s. Bitter-sweet like an amaro and made using roots from the rhubarb plant to give it a fruity flavour. Absolute classic, this is.  More info
$150.01
Cora Amaro - 1949-59
(75cl, 25%)
Good heavens, this bottle of Cora Amaro is over 50 years old! How ridiculous, how preposterous is it that this antique herbal Italian liqueur has survived so long and remains in darn good condition?...  More info
$225.02
An antique bitter herbal liqueur from Germany, bottled in the 1960s. "Leibwächter", as we all know, translates to "bodyguard". Just imagine having this fine chap as your bodyguard. You'd feel so safe...  More info
$187.51
This old botling of Italian liqueur from Buton probably dates from the 1950s. It's made with cinchona bark to add 'a pleasant fragrance to the tonic, which is of remarkable quality'.  More info
$225.02
Bitter-sweet liqueur made with cinchona bark, a good source of quinine. It was made in Asti, Italy, during the 1970s.  More info
$187.51
50cl of Zucca Elixir Rabarbaro from over 50 years ago! A very rare bottle indeed. Despite having the name "Zucca", which is Italian for "pumpkin", it's actually made with rhubarb.  More info
$112.51
Gancia Aperitivo - 1949-59
(100cl, 18.50%)
Aperitivo from long ago! This ancient bottle from produced by Gancia in Piedmont at some point between 1949 and 1959. It is a pity that they have not continued to use the same font for their logo any...  More info
$225.02
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