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A Dutch herbal liqueur similar in style to the very popular Jägermeister. Fireman Herb Liqueur is made with a base of vodka and a blend of spices including eucalyptus and menthol, among others. Also,… More info
Galliano is a delicious Italian liqueur made with citrus, ginger, vanilla and aniseed, and it is produced to an 1896 recipe in Tuscany. This is a very rare edition from 1974... More info
Galliano Liqueur, made with citrus, vanilla, anise and ginger, from the 1970s. It comes in the classic tall, slender bottle. 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
This is a small but by no means short bottle of Galliano Liqueur from the 1970s. A collectible piece from years gone by. These bottles also make fantastic flower vases after all the liqueur has been… More info
A Ristretto , or a "corto", is a very short espresso. Originally a ristretto was made by pulling a hand press faster than usual. This resulted in a reduction of caffeine in proportion to the coffee… More info
Galliano is a delicious Italian liqueur, packaged in beautiful and unmistakable tapered bottle. This is made with vanilla beans and has a wonderful flavour. More info
An old-fashioned style of herbal bitters from the Grunneger range. Very handsomely presented and packed to the brim with intense herbal notes. A good splash of this will certainly stand out in your… More info
This is the superlative cherry liqueur, with the original recipe dating back as far back as 1818. Cherry Heering is made by crushing cherries, then mixing them with sugar and spirits and spices,… More info
The recipe for this fantastic coffee liqueur was created in 1818. It was conceived as an addition to the Heering range, alongside their brilliant cherry liqueur. Heering Coffee Liqueur is made with… 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
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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A bitter herbal drink from Germany, "a real traditional hunters’ herb drink". Yes, it's like that other one you're thinking of. More info
The top of the range Mandarine orange liqueur from Mandarine Napoleon. Grande Reserve XO is made in limited runs of just a couple thousand bottles a year. These are made with Mandarin peels, and 27… More info
This liqueur is made from Cognac and mandarin oranges, with some spices added for additional flavour. Best enjoyed over ice with tonic. More info
By blending together their Alnwick Rum and Lindisfarne Ginger Wine with some added spices, the chaps behind Alnwick Rum have created Percy Warmer. Named for Henry Percy of medieval history fame,… More info
This antique bottle of Peter Hallgarten's Ginger-Chocolate liqueur was produced back in the 1970s. Ginger and chocolate, all in one liqueur - the 1970s was a decade of decadence it seems.
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A bottle of Tangerine-Chocolate Liqueur, produced by Peter Hallgarten back in the 1970s. Ought to make a great addition to your antique liqueur collection.
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A very old bottling of Peter Heering's Cherry Liqueur, also known as Cherry Heering, bottling during the 1950s. The liqueur was originally produced in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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A wonderfully rare 1960s bottling of Peter Heering's famous Danish cherry liqueur. More info
A 70cl bottle of Peter Heering Cherry Liqueur from the 1960s - rare and collectible, and quite dusty, just like all good antiques.
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From when they used Peter Heering's full name in the title, this 1970s bottle of Cheery Liqueur is a rare treat. More info
Peter Heering was obviously very proud of this bottle of cherry liqueur from Denmark, as he's put his name on it not once but twice! This antique bottle comes from the 1940s. 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