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Antique Spirits

Our collection of Antique Spirits offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, featuring bottles from famous brands such as Jim Beam and Benedictine to forgotten historic producers lost in the mists of time.

With some of the collection dating back to the 1920s, this is a chance for serious collectors or those who are simply curious about these old bottlings to explore and own a piece of spirit history.

The vast majority of these spirits are fully drinkable, allowing connoisseurs to determine how famous brands have changed over time, and cocktail enthusiasts to create the most authentic period drinks possible.

Most bottles are in truly excellent condition considering their age, with intact seals and clean, clear labels. Some of course have suffered minor damage over their long lives and if this is the case we have endeavoured to let you know the exact condition.

Of course these are very much one-off products, and many are highly sought-after and increasingly valuable. We’ll be adding new bottles to the site as we discover them, so keep checking back for new arrivals. If you would like more details about a particular bottle, or would like us to try to source a specific one for you, do let us know.

If you are looking to add a particular bottle to your collection or you’re after a unique and intriguing gift, delve into our substantial range of Antique Spirits and discover the drinks of times past.

Antique Spirits

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Like all good antiques, this ancient bottle of Quina 3 Star Vermouth is very, very dusty. It's no surprise, really, as it came from all the way from the 1940s. If you sat about for around 60 years...  More info
$277.89
Long John Blended Scotch Whisky dates back to 1825 and was named in honour of John McDonald, a distiller of the time who was given the nickname Long John for being very tall and strong. Speaking of...  More info
$509.47
Very, very old liqueur from Sarti. This cheerful bottle contains Curaçao Bianco Triple Sec which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959.

Please note that the label does not state...  More info
$222.31
From the days of Elvis, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry (the 1950s, if you're not too clued up on your rock & roll history) comes this antique bottle of Spanish gin.

Please note that the label does...  More info
$333.47
There's a lot going on with the label on this bottle of Martini & Rossi Red Vermouth from the 1970s. There's all sorts of flags and cherubs and crests and trumpets and people just hanging out and what...  More info
$296.42
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
$277.89
Antique Grande Champagne Cognac, all the way from the 1970s! It was made by Château d’Uffaut. There does seem to be sellotape around the neck of the bottle, which actually lets you to see through the...  More info
$277.89
You don't see Australian brandy every day, but we've got some right here! This is an early bottle of St Agnes Australian Brandy, produced in the 1950s and bottled by Dominion Wines. The brand is still...  More info
$277.89
An early '80s bottling of classic Russian vodka, Stolichnaya.  More info
$148.21
Just looking at this gorgeous antique bottle of Old Quaker Bourbon from the 1950s makes me want a big bowl of porridge, but I'm not sure why. Never mind. This old American brand was once owned by...  More info
$741.05
A retro bottle of Smirnoff Blue Label Vodka from the 1970s. The Blue Label variety is stronger than your classic red label Smirnoff, although it does differ between 45% and 50% abv from country to...  More info
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$185.26
An antique litre bottle of Cognac, produced by Bernaldo de Quirós (the drinks producers, not the post-impressionist Argentine painter from the early-to-mid-1900s, obviously) in the 1960s.

Please...  More info
$277.89
This bottle of J.G. Monnet 3 Star Cognac, which would eventually become known as VS, was produced in the 1960s and is in fantastic condition. Once again, it features a small fire-breathing salamander...  More info
$277.89
Pedro Giro Gin was made specially for use in cocktails during the 1950s in Barcelona. It also features a rather dashing chap on a flying horse on the label, so that's pretty cool. Now people can stop...  More info
$277.89
Staggeringly old Anisette liqueur made by Bardinet at some point between 1949 and 1959. Anisette is an anise liqueur that, unlike other liqueurs of with similar flavours, is not made with any...  More info
$222.31
Orange Brandy, made by Stock in Trieste, Italy. Produced between 1949 and 1959. The kind of antique you'd expect Indiana Jones to enjoy after a hard day pilfering rare artifacts when he wants...  More info
$277.89
A classic looking bottle of Sarti Cherry Brandy which we think was made between 1949 and 1959. Even on the label, you can see a rather classy scene of two glasses, filled with what we can only assume...  More info
$277.89
Cherry Brandy, made by Isolabella years and years ago. We think it was made between 1949 and 1959, meaning it's over 50 years old. A rare piece for spirits collectors. The label has been torn in...  More info
$277.89
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
$277.89
A Bell's bell shaped decanter, produced in the 1970s. Well kept over the years, this one even includes the presentation box! Perfect for the whisky-drinking campanologist in your life.  More info
$648.42
Made in the 1950s by Wynand Fockink (whom are still around today) in Amsterdam, this curious bottle has four compartments in it, each with a different liqueur inside. While two of the compartments are...  More info
$370.52
This is a bottling of Bell's Royal Reserve 20 year old blend which was produced in the 1980s. Collectible and rare, it also comes with a presentation box that features (what else?) a bell.  More info
$277.89
A 100cl bottle from the 1980s of 8 year old Dufftown Glenlivet whisky from the days when adding "Glenlivet" onto the end of you distillery name was in. Also in fashion around then was New Romantics...  More info
$250.10
8 year old Dufftown Glenlivet pure malt Scotch whisky, from the days where the term "pure malt" was still used - the 1980s. This was also when Arthur Bell & Sons owned the Dufftown distillery!  More info
$185.26
A very old bottle of Keglevich Vodka, made by Stock in Trieste at some point between 1949 and 1959, presented in an interesting bottle that we think looks like a still (or perhaps we just think about...  More info
$277.89

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