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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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Liquore Strega
(70cl, 40%)
Strega is a popular Italian digestif. It is made with a variety of herbs and spices (around 70) including mint, fennel and saffron (from which it gets its yellow colour). Spicy and minty, it is a...  More info
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$44.19
Really tasty French liqueur, Bénédictine was originally created as an elixir to sustain monks as they worked. D.O.M. stands for "Deo Optimo Maximo" meaning, "To God most good, most great". The flavour...  More info
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$38.84
A Spanish liqueur made with citrus and vanilla. It is actually made with 43 different ingredients, which is where the name comes from, including Cuarenta Y Tres - which is 43 in Spanish. The history...  More info
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$30.08
Launched in 2012, Edmond Briottet's delicious rhubarb-flavoured liqueur is made by macerating green rhubarb in spirit for two months. The colour is attained naturally and no dyes are used.  More info
$26.43
Aperol
(70cl, 11%)
A classic rhubarb and orange flavoured aperitif from Italy. The original recipe for Aperol dates back to 1919. The drink gained great popularity after the Second World War and is quite similar to...  More info
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$20.54
A Bajan liqueur, very tasty and a back bar essential for making some great cocktails. Taylor's Velvet Falernum was first created by John D Taylor of Bridgetown in 1890. The liqueur is made with sugar...  More info
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$18.59
Green Chartreuse
(70cl, 55%)
The Green version of the superb French Liqueur Chartreuse. How many of you have tried this because it was the only thing knocking about in the back of your parents' drinks cabinet when you were wee?...  More info
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$58.22
Summer Fruit Cup
(50cl, 31.20%)
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth has done it again, and this time he’s concocted the perfect Summer quaff. This fine spirit is crafted by macerating Strawberries, Cucumber, Orange and Mint in pure wheat...  More info
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$43.65
An Italian Herbal Liqueur, presented in a straw case similar to what you would expect from a Maraschino liqueur. This antique bottle was produced in the 1970s. The small label features a bull dancing...  More info
$111.03
Still using cointreau for making Margaritas? Well my friend, let me introduce you to Citronge (see what they've done there) a premium orange liqueur from Mexico. Things will never be the same again...  More info
$70.69
A classic black anise-flavoured liqueur from Opal Nera, this is made so dark using skins of elderberries. Rich and very complex, this is a special Halloween limited edition...  More info
Look everyone, look at what this product is called, look at its name, they've named it... Seaman's Shot, in all seriousness. It is a menthol liqueur made with triple distilled vodka, menthol...  More info
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The softer, sweeter version of Green Chartreuse. This is a naturally flavoured and coloured spiced liqueur with no preservatives.  More info
$49.12
A fruit liqueur made with wild bilberries and 43 different herbs. Echt Stonsdorfer dates back to 1810.  More info
$35.48
Caraway, cumin, fennel and aniseed make Wolfschmidt Kummel a particularly tasty Latvian spirit. This rare and well kept bottle was produced in the 1970s.  More info
$121.12
Produced in France, Bénédictine was originally made as an elixir to sustain monks. This is a very rare bottle from the 1950s and it is of an impressive 4 litre size!  More info
$1009.36
China Fernet - 1970s
(75cl, 33%)
This is a delicious Italian liqueur. China liqueurs are made with the bark of the Cinchona tree. This is a rare 1970s bottling.  More info
$161.50
This is an ancient 1970s bittersweet liqueur produced by Felice Bisleri in Milan, Italy. It's a China liqueur, flavoured with cinchona bark.  More info
$161.50
Produced by the Certosa company in Italy, this is a marvellous bittersweet liqueur flavoured with Chinese Cinchona Calisaya bark. It was bottled many years ago and is rather rare.  More info
$242.25
Made in Italy in the 1970s by the Radaelli company, this is an Elisir China - a bittersweet liqueur flavoured with cinchona bark.  More info
$201.87
This peppermint liqueur from the makers of the renowned bitter Fernet-Branca was made and bottled in the 1970s.  More info
$161.50
A classic 1950s Italian liqueur from the Pack company, with a lovely peppermint flavour. Very rare.  More info
An incredible-looking gift set from Bénédictine, and a great reminder of how very different life was in the 1960s… Contained within is a bottle of Bénédictine D.O.M. liqueur, two green D.O.M.-branded...  More info
Centerbe - 1950s
(100cl, 35%)
Centerbe is an Italian liqueur, and its name translates literally as "one hundred herbs", which gives you an idea of how herb-y this stuff is. This is a delicious and very unusual-tasting liqueur…  More info
Jägermeister - 1970s
(75cl, 35%)
A 1970s bottling of Jägermeister, bottled for the Italian market. A marvellous digestif…  More info
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