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… More info
There's probably some sort of pun here to be said about this absolutely ancient bottle of Bols Creme De Bananes liqueur which was produced over 40 years ago in the 1960s. It would most likely go… More info
A 1990s bottling of Galliano Liqueur. Unfortunately over the years, someone or something (possibly a ghost?) has ripped the label a bit, so now it looks like "Gal Iano" Liqueur. Which isn't actually… More info
Dutch liqueur masters Bols produced this simply red Cherry Brandy over 30 years ago in the 1970s. The company dates back to 1575, so you can bet they've picked up some information along the way about… More info
Blue (coloured) orange (flavoured) liqueur dating from the 1970s and produced by the Dutch brand Siebrand. More info
A Dutch anise-flavoured liqueur dating from the 1970s. More info
Very, very old Curaçao Triple Sec from Dutch distillers, Bols, produced between 1949 and 1959. Interestingly, from the note at the bottom of the label, this bottle was produced in Italy! It is in… More info
Classic Dutch cherry liqueur made with brandy dating from the 1980s. More info
Classic Cherry Liqueur produced by Heering, bottled in the 1950s. With Peter Heering's Cherry Liqueur being one of the most renowned of its sort, we imagine there's a fair few fans out there who… More info
A 1950s bottle of Bols Curaçao Triple Sec liqueur - an exciting cocktail ingredient for experimental mixologists looking to explore the history of drinks.
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From our Antique Spirits collection comes this 1950s bottling of Apricot Brandy, bottled at 24.5% ABV by J. Henkes in the Netherlands. A very cool, retro bottle.
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Café Marakesh Original is a fragrant, sweet, subtly rich coffee liqueur from the Netherlands, suitable for use in cocktails or enjoying over ice. More info
An old bottling of Peter F. Heering's Cherry liqueur produced in Denmark.
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Going through the many antique spirits and liqueurs we've been able to list on this site over the years, you get a real appreciation of the remarkable range of products the chaps at Bols have… More info
A handy bottle for antique cocktail enthusiasts - this is a 1968 bottling of Peter Heering Cherry Liqueur. More info
This 1970s bottle of Bols' Apricot Brandy gives us a window into the history of the Dutch company, including how their bottles looked before they got the rather streamlined-looking vessels to hold… More info
A caraway seed-based Kummel liqueur from legendary Dutch distillers, Bols. We believe this bottle was made in the 1960s. Over the years, it's become rather dusty and dirty.
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An old and rare 1970s bottling of kummel from the Dutch masters at Bols. It was supposedly made by distilling the finest Dutch caraway to Lucas Bols' 16th century recipe! More info
A this is a small bottle of Apricot Brandy produced by Dutch distillers, Bols. We think that this bottle was made in the 1960s. Sadly, we can't seem to find the size of the bottle listed on the… More info
A Dutch antique from the 1950s! This is a bottle of Cherry Liqueur made by liqueur producers Wynand Fockink over 50 years ago - very collectible. More info
When it comes to cool antique bottles, this one is way up there - a bottle of Bols Apricot Brandy (bottled at 30.8% ABV) which features a ballerina in the middle that is supposed to spin, not unlike… More info
You may not be familiar with Coebergh but over two million bottles of this tasty liqueur are sold every year. In the Netherlands it's the number one liqueur and the most popular drink among women.… More info
Dark Mark Dropdrank is a liquorice liqueur popular in the discotheques of the Netherlands and often served chilled. More info
A citroenbrandewijn is, in some ways, the Netherlands' answer to the once popular Lemon Gin, except that even though gin came from jenever, citroenbrandewijn isn't made with juniper. There's a point… More info
Beerenburg is made a herbal drink made with jenever as a base. Hooghoudt make their Beerenburg with calamus (also known as 'Sweet Flag') and cinnamon. More info