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 rich, crimson liqueur featuring the dynamic flavours of cherries and brandy, made by Bols in the 1960s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Part of Dutch producer Wenneker's ample selection of liqueurs comes a Ginger liqueur - excellent for sweetly spiced cocktails, and might just make for a great baking ingredient too... More info
A sweet, refreshing melon liqueur from the Wenneker range, produced in the Netherlands. Pour over ice and enjoy, or try it long paired with your favourite fruit juice... More info
A Strawberry Liqueur from the Wenneker range, produced in the Netherlands. Tasty in a cocktail, mixed drink or simple drizzled over vanilla ice cream. Yum... More info
For when your cocktails need a vibrant kick of sour apple freshness, Dutch producers Wenneker have created a Sour Apple Liqueur! More info
Cracking Créme de Menthe from the Wenneker range, produced in the Netherlands. A great cocktail ingredient... More info
An Apricot Brandy liqueur from Wenneker. Enjoy over ice, in a cocktail or with a fruit-based mixer - it ought to go well with mango juice we reckon. This has been bottled at 20% ABV. More info
An almond flavoured liqueur from Dutch gin, genever and liqueur producers Wenneker. Great over ice (or ice cream!) or in coffee. More info
A blackcurrant liqueur from Dutch producer Wenneker, established in 1693. perfect for a Kir Royale. 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
A 'love it or hate it' Dutch liqueur. Enjoy cold, either over ice or with 7Up or cola or try a little bit in your tea... More info
Beerenberg from Sneek in Friesland, the Netherlands. Founded in 1864, Joustra was the widow of Hendrik Beerenburg, the spice merchant credited with first creating this style of drink from herbs and… More info
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
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
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
Dark Mark Dropdrank is a liquorice liqueur popular in the discotheques of the Netherlands and often served chilled. 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
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
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
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
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 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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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 handy bottle for antique cocktail enthusiasts - this is a 1968 bottling of Peter Heering Cherry Liqueur. More info