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English Liqueurs

English Liqueurs

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Monte Aguila is a bittersweet digestive liqueur from Jamaica, made with herbs and dominated by pimento (AKA Allspice). This was bottled by West Indian Imports in 1965.  More info
Bottled in the 1970s, this is a very collectible and neat-looking box set of liqueurs from the Isolabella company. It contains the wine-based Americano Dollaro, and the bittersweet Amaro 18.

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An astoundingly ancient bottle of Isolabella 18, a complex amaro digestif, all the way from Italy and all the way from 1949-59.  More info
Berry Brothers & Rudd are legendary London wine & spirits merchants and have been for many, many decades. As such, they've release a wide variety of different, intriguing drinks over the years, like...  More info
Cherry Brandy, made by Isolabella years and years ago. We think it was made between 1949 and 1959, meaning it's over 50 years old. A rare piece for spirits collectors. The label has been torn in...  More info
A 35cl bottling of the English Whisky Co.'s Sloe Infused Spirit Drink, which is comprised of their malt spirit and juicy sloe berries.  More info
A 1 litre bottle of Pimm's No. 1 Cup, the classic British summertime drink. The bottle was produced in the 1970s, a rare find for drinks collectors out there. Sadly, the box has been dented a bit over...  More info
(70cl, 17.50%)
Kokomo is a Caribbean drink with coconut flavour, not a wakamomo flavoured drink as we'd first hoped. What are wakamomos, you ask? Why they're early-picked Japanese peaches. Obviously.  More info
A mint, cream and brandy liqueur, produced in the 1970s. It was named after John Dowland, the lute-playing extraordinaire of the 1500s and his song that we all know. Sadly, over the years, the cream...  More info
An antique bottle of Isolabella Amaro 18, features 18 different infused herbs and spices (hence the massive 18 on the label). It was first produced in the 1870s, though this rare bottle comes from...  More info
Triple Sec from Italian distillers Isolabella, who are well known for their Amaro 18. We believe this rare bottle of intense orange liqueur was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959.  More info
A peach flavoured liqueur from the holy island of Lindisfarne. To make it, they use pressed peaches soaked in spirit and sugar. It's a light, bright, summer evening tipple when enjoyed over ice or in...  More info
Monterez - 1980s
(70cl, 17.50%)
Fancy "a blend of fine white wine and brandy with a hint of orange" in a bottle with an impossibly 1980s design? Well here you are! Here. You. Are.  More info
A 1960s bottling of Pimm's No. 1 Cup, the excellent British garden party staple. Sadly, this bottle has gathered quite a bit of dirt and the label has suffered over the years...  More info
Cherry brandy bottled by Shepherd Neame back in the 1970s!  More info
From the the chaps that brought us Dr. J's Gin comes an English Sambuca, made with anise and elderflower eau-de-vie, resulting in a lively flavour profile - bright and floral, with subtle, exciting...  More info
Mixing notes of fresh strawberry and brandy, this liqueur from Lyme Bay Winery in Devon makes for a refreshing aperitif served over ice. It might also add a tasty twist drizzled over a fruit salad.  More info
A herbal digestive liqueur with a name that could be the heavy metal alias of that bloke from the social network movie. It has an umlaut.  More info
¡Ay, caramba! It's coffee and anise flavoured liqueur from the 1950s!  More info
A 1970s mint-chocolate liqueur from House of Hallgarten, London. Produce of France.  More info
This is a bottle of Maldano Damson Cream Wine Aperitif that was produced back in the 1970s. No, we've got no idea either. Still very collectible though!

Please note that the label does not state...  More info
Foxdenton Winslow Plum
(70cl, 17.50%)
A jammy, plummy liqueur from Foxdenton. the chaps behind Tottering Sloe Gin. Named after the town they reside in and made with plums from their gardens (and the gardens of their surrounding...  More info
This is a collectible 1 litre bottle of Pimm's classic No.1 Cup which was produced in the 1970s. It even comes with its original presentation box!

Please note that the label does not state the ABV...  More info
Chase Rhubarb Liqueur
(50cl, 20%)
A very tasty, and thoroughly fruity liqueur that will fill you with Blighty! This was distilled at the Chase distillery - makers of very good English vodka. This is made with only fruit, vodka and...  More info
Lyme Bay Winery, with this Double Chocolate Cream Liqueur, you're really spoiling us. Made with fresh cream, brandy and natural flavours, this is one for those with a sweet tooth!  More info
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