Jim Beam Maple is a whiskey liqueur, and it's fairly easy to gather from the name what flavours you'll be finding. The famous American distillers combine the spice from their bourbon with the rich,… More info
Southern Comfort bottled in the 1970s. This should taste significantly different from today's offering, not least because it was bottled at a much higher abv back then; 43% abv compared to 35% abv… More info
Fancy the classic Kentucky Derby cocktail - the Mint Julep - but without any of the mixing, measuring and whatnot? Maker's Mark have you covered! This liqueur is made with their bourbon and infused… More info
Royal Arms Peppermint Liqueur, made in the 1940s. This classy, well crafted bottle has survived over 60 years, what an accomplishment!
Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this… More info
Jim Beam Brands
Cranberry and Apple flavoured shooty-type drink thing. More info
So Co from the 8-0s. More info
Well, Rock Town Distillery have finally put two of our favourite things together; lightning and apple pie!
Unfortunately this didn't actually create the walking, talking apple pie that we thought… More info
An old bottling of the popular Southern Comfort liqueur, thought to have been bottled after 1999.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Here we have another rare bottle of So'-Co' from the '8-0s! This one holds 37.5cl of the sweet American whiskey liqueur, and features its old style of label, a mainstay of the brand until the 2010s. More info
Having an extended flavoured range has become increasingly lucrative, especially in the American market where these bottlings are extremely popular. Within that, Honey and Cherry tend to be the most… More info
A 1980s bottling of Southern Comfort, a long-running whiskey liqueur. This antique bottling features the old-style Southern Comfort label, featuring the Woodland Plantation.
This bottle was part… More info
A flavoured edition of this famous whisky flavoured liqueur. Blood oranges are very much in vogue these days and this Southern Comfort is a delicious and enjoyable summer tipple. More info
Produced in New York by Bittermens, Amere Nouvelle is a fruity liqueur made with bitter orange, gentian and various spices. It works brilliantly in a variety of cocktails, or with beer to created an… More info
Jim Beam Brands
The newest liqueur from Aftershock, made by combining the fruity deliciousness of apples with Red Bull. The producers describe the flavour of their liqueurs as "shocking". More info
A bottle of Southern Comfort liqueur, from before it started to be marketed towards the hip, fashionable crowd. Back in the 1980s, the Southern Comfort bottles proudly proclaimed to be "The Grand Old… More info
"Oh honey, honey, honey, yeah." So sing the supporting cast on How I Wish by famous Rebel Yell drinker Keef Richards. For this bottling Rebel Yell wheat and corn spirit has been infused with honey… More info
Hiram Walker and Sons
Did you know Hiram Walker, them there folks that made that there Canadian Club whisky, also made Créme de Menthe during the 1960s? They must really have like Grasshoppers back then. More info
The American Distilling Co
1940s Blackberry Liqueur, straight out of the US of A. This antique bottle was produced by the American Distilling Company over 60 years ago under the Piping Rock brand. It is currently wrapped in… More info
A collectible bottle of Jeremiah Weed Bourbon Liqueur, a favourite of American fighter pilots. What luck, this bottle comes from the 1980s, around the time that Top Gun was released. Small world, huh? More info
From the 1960s, Razzouk is a Lebanese Arak made by distilling grapes and flavouring the resultant spirit with anise. A rare bottle from years gone by. More info
So'-Co' from the 8-0s! We say that almost every time we get one of these antique bottles of Southern Comfort in, and why break with tradition now, eh? This is a half bottle of the well-loved American… More info
A rare set from the early 1990s including a 70cl bottle of Southern Comfort and a glass tumbler in original packaging. More info
Hey look, it's even more So-Co from the '8-0s. This one comes with the original box. More info
This is a bottle of Southern Comfort liqueur, which we think was produced in the 1990s. What's more, this ain't no 70cl bottle, oh no - this is a 1 litre bottling. Pretty swish. More info
A rare bottle of American Anisette, an anise-flavoured liqueur, made by Jacquin's all the way back in 1953. It comes presented in a very handsome bottle, which is wrapped in cling-film to protect it… More info