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English Liqueurs

With the sort of boom in English Gin production we've seen in recent years it's sort of inevitable that there comes a boom in liqueur production too, which is great news because we're seeing some wonderful stuff come from producers such as Ableforth's and Sipsmith rubbing shoulders with the still relevant and still exciting established brands like Pimm's.

Zymurgorium Crème of Hebridean Raspberry (Cocktail Essential Range)

50cl, 15%
The Zymurgorium

The Zymurgorium take on a classic Crème de Framboise, made with Hebridean raspberries. Excellent with sparkling wine, the Scottish provenance of the berries is also deliberate, as all lovers of…  More info

Zymurgorium Crème of Hebridean Raspberry (Cocktail Essential Range)
$18.07

Lindisfarne Damson Liqueur

50cl, 25%
Lindisfarne

A sweet, subtly floral Damson liqueur from the makers of Lindisfarne Mead. They use gin from the St. Aidan's Winery on the holy island of Lindisfarne, with which they combine damsons from wild…  More info

Lindisfarne Damson Liqueur
$18.79

Bramley & Gage Cherry Brandy 35cl

35cl, 26%
Bramley & Gage

For their Cherry Brandy liqueur, the South West-based producers infuse sour cherries in French brandy, along with a touch of sugar. The result is big on sweetness, with a refreshing burst of sourness…  More info

Bramley & Gage Cherry Brandy 35cl
$13.76

Bramley & Gage Slider Fruit Cup

70cl, 18%
Bramley & Gage

Bramley & Gage make their Slider by taking the gin-soaked sloe berries which have been used to make their sloe gin and let them infuse in Perry Brothers Cider. The name is a clever portmanteau of…  More info

Bramley & Gage Slider Fruit Cup
$19.71

Lindisfarne Wild Strawberry Liqueur

50cl, 18%
Lindisfarne

Perfect splashed in champagne, in a long drink or simply enjoyed over ice, the Lindisfarne Wild Strawberry Liqueur is a real taste of the summer. To make it, the Lindisfarne producers take the juices…  More info

Lindisfarne Wild Strawberry Liqueur
$15.72

Bramley & Gage Blackberry Liqueur

35cl, 18%
Bramley & Gage

This blackberry liqueur is made using freshly picked blackberries rather than concentrated juice. The result is a fresh style of liqueur that can be mixed with sparkling water, white wine or even…  More info

Bramley & Gage Blackberry Liqueur
$12.71

Southdowns Sloe Liqueur

50cl, 17%
Blackdown

A Sloe berry liqueur from the Southdowns range, created in Sussex using fruit foraged from the surrounding woodlands and the area around the South Downs National Park. Should be an enjoyable tipple…  More info

Southdowns Sloe Liqueur
$24.57

Bramley & Gage Crème De Cassis

35cl, 18%
Bramley & Gage

Great for making a Kir Royale, this Crème De Cassis from Bramley & Gage is made with fresh blackcurrants and 400 grammes of sugar per litre.  More info

Bramley & Gage Crème De Cassis
$12.71

Sloe Liqueur (Lyme Bay Winery)

35cl, 17%
Lyme Bay Winery

Sweet Sloe liqueur from Lyme Bay Winery. Try mixing a touch of this with some Calvados, or perhaps some mead (which Lyme Bay Winery are experts at making, by the way).  More info

Sloe Liqueur (Lyme Bay Winery)
$15.30

Bramley & Gage Strawberry Liqueur

35cl, 18%
Bramley & Gage

This sweet strawberry liqueur (made from British strawberries of course!) uses minimal additional sugar which allows the true character of the strawberries to shine. Bramley & Gage recommend trying…  More info

Bramley & Gage Strawberry Liqueur
$12.76

Isolabella 18 Amaro - 1970s

100cl, 0%
Isolabella

An old bottling of Isolabella 18 Amero from the 1970s. An antique digestif made from 18 different herbs.  More info

Isolabella 18 Amaro - 1970s
$151.77

Pimms No 1 Cup - 1970s

75cl, 31.4%
Pimm's

Pimm's is the sort of thing one describes with words such as "quintessential" and "English". That's the kind of beverage it is. This is a ye olde worlde bottling from the days of yore (the 1970s).  More info

Pimms No 1 Cup - 1970s
$126.48

Monte Aguila - 1965

West Indian Imports

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

Monte Aguila - 1965
$151.77

Isolabella Box Set - 1970s

Isolabella

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…  More info

Isolabella Box Set - 1970s
$278.25

Isolabella 18 - 1949-59

100cl, 32%
Isolabella

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

Isolabella 18 - 1949-59
$227.66

Berry Brothers & Rudd Kümmel - 1970s

74cl, 38.8%
Berry Brothers and Rudd

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

Berry Brothers & Rudd Kümmel - 1970s
$126.48

Isolabella Cherry Brandy - 1949-59

75cl, 30%
Isolabella

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

Isolabella Cherry Brandy - 1949-59
$189.72

John Dowland’s Greensleeves Mint Cream Liqueur - 1970s

70cl, 30%
John Downland

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

John Dowland’s Greensleeves Mint Cream Liqueur - 1970s
$101.18

Isolabella Amaro 18 - 1960s

150cl, 30%
Isolabella

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

Isolabella Amaro 18 - 1960s
$303.55

Isolabella Triple Sec - 1949-59

100cl, 38%
Isolabella

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

Isolabella Triple Sec - 1949-59
$227.66

Lindisfarne Wild Peach Liqueur

50cl, 18%
Lindisfarne

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

Lindisfarne Wild Peach Liqueur
$16.62

Pimm's No. 1 Cup - 1960s

75cl, 34%
Pimm's

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

Pimm's No. 1 Cup - 1960s
$151.77

Crown Invicta Cherry Brandy - 1970s

70cl, 23%
Crown Invicta

Cherry brandy bottled by Shepherd Neame back in the 1970s!  More info

Crown Invicta Cherry Brandy - 1970s
$126.48

Bombo Rum Liqueur - Caramel & Spices

70cl, 24%
Bombo

A rum-based liqueur from the Bombo range, produced in Cormwall. This particular expression combined rum with caramel and spices, and has been bottled at an approachable 24% ABV.  More info

Bombo Rum Liqueur - Caramel & Spices
$20.29

Stükaberg Herbal Schnapps

70cl, 22%
Stükaberg

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

Stükaberg Herbal Schnapps
$9.84

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