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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!

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This is a very old and rather rare bottle of Aperitivo Biancosarti, produced between 1949 and 1959. It is a popular bitter-sweet aperitif liqueur made with roots, herbs and flowers by Sarti in Italy...  More info
$245.30
A rare bottle of S. Giuliano Liquore Carciofo produced in the 1960s. You can tell because "carciofo" means "artichoke" in Italian. Also, because it's got a massive artichoke on the label. However you...  More info
$245.30
This bottle of Aperitivo Biancosarti comes from between 1949 and 1959, made by the Sarti company in Italy. The bitter-sweet liqueur was made to be enjoyed before a meal. The ingredients included...  More info
$245.30
Italian herbal liqueur, made by Fabbri between 1949 and 1959 - over 50 years ago! From what we can tell, Fabbri Jolanda was made using a fine blend of aromatic Alpine herbs and presented in a handsome...  More info
$245.30
Kina-Kina from the Italian liqueur producers, Pizzolotto. This bottle was produced between 1933 and 1944. But what is Kina-Kina, you ask? Is it similar to Lillet Kina, the tonic wine made with plenty...  More info
$306.62
Absolutely ancient Amaro from Italy! This bottle of Fabbri Gran Bar, made using a selection of herbs and spices was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$245.30
This is a rare 1950s bottle of Frédéric Bernard Fine Grande Liqueur, produced in Dijon, France. It's got a picture of (who we assume to be) Fréd on the label, look quite pious indeed.  More info
$245.30
This is a bottle of Stock China Elixir, a bitter digestif made using cinchona bark, produced between 1949 and 1959. Liqueurs of this style were originally conceived as a way to fight malaria. In more...  More info
$245.30
A limited edition bottling of Borgmann 1772 German herbal liqueur - part of a series, with each edition designed by a different artist. No.8 features a spacey piece from Berlin-based graphic designer...  More info
$43.52
Sanley Amaro - 1960s
(75cl, 21%)
A 1960s bottle of Amaro liqueur, produced by the Italian company Sanley. This round, stout bottle is rather handsome, although some of the labels around it have become a little bit frayed over the...  More info
$204.42
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
$153.31
With the thick, rich taste of authentic vanilla, Giffard's Vanille de Madagascar from their premium line offers notes of vanilla with hints of eucalyptus and pine.  More info
$33.17
Pimm's No 6 Vodka Cup
(70cl, 25%)
Vodka based twist on the gin based original, Pimm's No 1 Cup. There were originally 6 different cups, and the only the number 6 and number 1 remain. The other 4 Cups included Scotch whisky, brandy...  More info
$33.54
Pimm's No 1 Cup
(70cl, 25%)
The quintessentially English summertime drink. We love Pimm's, and nothing better than a Number 1 cup on a hot summer's day, made with cucumber, lemon, strawberries, mint and good quality lemonade...  More info
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$27.17
A traditional liqueur that is rather popular in Croatia and other parts of mainland Europe, Pelinkovac is made with wormwood (which is nothing like it sounds, by the way). Herbal and delightfully...  More info
$40.88
The classic French liqueur Bénédictine was originally created by Benedictine monks as an elixir to sustain them as they worked. The letters "D.O.M." are an acronym for the Latin "Deo Optimo Maximo"...  More info
$34.51
Zwack Liqueur
(70cl, 30%)
A herbal liqueur with citrus fruit extracts from Budapest, Hungary. Made with a blend of over 40 herbs and spices, and like most family owned drinks companies, the Zwack recipe is a closely guarded...  More info
$33.59
Bénédictine is a French digestive liqueur which was originally made as an elixir for working monks. This is a rare bottle from between 1958 and 1959, proudly bearing the letters D.O.M.: Deo Optimo...  More info
$204.42
Drambuie - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
A rare old 1980s bottling of Drambuie liqueur, a classic Scotch whisky liqueur made with heather, herbs and spices. Delicious stuff from West Lothian…  More info
Made to a recipe created as an elixir for working monks, this is a 1970s bottle of the classic French liqueur Bénédictine D.O.M. - the letters stand for "Deo Optimo Maximo" (To God, Most Good, Most...  More info
$163.53
An aniseed liqueur, a great Italian digestif. This is made from green Sicilian aniseed and Paduan elderberries. Aged in Finnish wood vats.  More info
$28.43
Fernet-Branca - 1970s
(100cl, 45%)
Fernet-Branca is a legendary digestif from Italy, first made in 1845. Its ingredients include 27 different herbs, and the mix is aged in oak for a year before bottling. This is a 1970s bottling. Fact...  More info
$204.42
Produced by the Braulio company in Italy, this is a bittersweet Amaro liqueur which was made in the 1970s and flavoured with various alpine botanicals. This is quite a rare collectible.  More info
$51.10
A lovely white sambuca from Lazzaroni, made by extracting the essential oils from star anise using steam. This is best served with three toasted coffee beans floating in the glass "alla mosca" -...  More info
$33.27
Rabarbaro Zucca is a very fine bittersweet Italian liqueur with a rhubarb flavour. This was made in Milan, Italy by Ettore Zucca in the 1950s. Very rare.  More info
$306.62
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