A delicious citrus liqueur made in Belgium, Mandarine Napoléon is flavoured with Sicilian mandarin peels. 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
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
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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Royal Banana-Chocolate Liqueur, produced in the 1970s by Peter Hallgarten. Wonderful as a dessert, although you might want to keep this rare bottle as a collectible piece.
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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 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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A wonderfully rare 1960s bottling of Peter Heering's famous Danish cherry liqueur. More info
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
A delicious banana liqueur made in The Netherlands, it is flavoured with herbs. Pisang Ambon is based on an old recipe from Indonesia, and Pisang is actually Malay for banana, whilst Ambon is the… More info
Dating from the 1970s, this is an old bottling of Pisang Ambon, a Dutch liqueur based on an ancient Indonesian recipe. It's flavoured with bananas and named for the Malay for Banana Island. More info
Simon Rynbende & Sons
An antique bottle of Rynbende Crème de Cacao, distilled in the 1960s at the Rynbende & Sons Distillery in Schiedam, Holland. More info
Schipperbitter is a Dutch herbal liqueur which you can enjoy well chilled or in a mixed drink - and they also recommend trying it in hot chocolate, which sounds rather tasty indeed. It has a ship's… More info
A kind of Netherlands Kräuterlikör from Tilburg made with 43 herbs, Schrobbelèr takes its name from the Dutch for a textile worker who spins wool. More info
A Dutch anise-flavoured liqueur dating from the 1970s. More info
Blue (coloured) orange (flavoured) liqueur dating from the 1970s and produced by the Dutch brand Siebrand. More info
Made with herbs and jenever, Berenburg is a bit like a Dutch amaro. Sonnema is one of the most popular Berenburg brands and hails from Dokkum in the northern province of Friesland. More info
Schylger Jutters-Bitter is a herbal liqueur which originated from the Island of Terschelling in the northern Netherlands. The name of this warming treat is a reference to beach-combing ("jutter" in… More info
Ursus Vodka Company
A Dutch vodka-based liqueur, flavoured with sloe berries. As suggested by the polar bears on the label, this is rather enjoyable ice cold, but it can also be put to good use as a mixer (the polar… More info
A. van Wees de Ooievaar
A very intriguing Dutch Cinnamon Liqueur from A. van Wees, which has been matured in oak casks for 10 years! Don't often see that, do you? More info
A. van Wees de Ooievaar
Used in countless cocktails, Advocaat is a useful piece of a bartender's tool-kit. This one comes from Dutch distillers, A. van Wees and the Ooievaar distillery. More info