Lyme Bay Winery
Rich and aromatic, this liqueur from Lyme Bay Winery combines notes of Elderberry and Port. As you can imagine, this is a rather enjoyable after dinner drink to sample alongside some strong cheeses. More info
Lyme Bay Winery
The handpicked elderflowers steep in quality vodka, sugar and Sicilian lemon juice for a shorter period than most liqueurs to preserve the fresh, floral flavours. This method obviously works wonders… More info
Escubac is an impressive, handsomely presented liqueur produced as a collaboration between Sweetdram (a collective of distillers in East London) and Combier (a long-running French distillery in… More info
From the Fallen Angel range of spirits comes a herbal liqueur presented in a bottle shaped like the head of a devil, with horns and an evil smile and everything! This uniquely shaped bottle comes… More info
Oodles of yummy apricots and tasty gin combine forces to create the Foxdenton Estate's Golden Apricot Liqueur! Enjoy over ice on a summer evening. More info
A sweet and subtly tart Rhubarb Gin Liqueur from the Foxdenton Estate, made using English rhubarb and London dry gin. Mix with something vanilla-y for maximum deliciousness. More info
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
Grant's Cherry Brandy was originally made in Kent in 1774 and indeed this bottle says "Maidstone, Kent" on the label. Said to have been a favourite tipple of Queen Victoria, this old bottle isn't… More info
A beautiful British liqueur, which is steeped in some rather interesting history. Grant's Morella Cherry Brandy Liqueur dates back to 1774, and over its lifetime, it reportedly became a favourite of… More info
James Hawker & Co Ltd.
A ceramic bottle of Hawker's Fine Old English Liqueur, which we believe to be sloe berry flavoured. We think this was produced back in the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if… More info
Hayman's 1820 Gin Liqueur is made with the same 10 botanicals as their gin, as well as sugar to add the sweetness which you would expect from a liqueur. As such, it's a rather sweet tipple, with… More info
Lyme Bay Winery
This Lyme Bay Winery Honey Liqueur combines two classic flavours - honey and whisky. Sweet with some richness and spice behind it. More info
Irish Meadow is an Irish cream liqueur, made with fresh cream, white wine and Irish Whiskey. It's produced and bottled in Ireland for Halewood International. More info
This is the result of taking a 10 year old French XO Brandy and flavouring it with caramel and spices. The liqueur is named after the Iron Duke, better known as Arthur Wellesley a.k.a. the Duke of… More info
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
An old 70cl bottling of Isolabella 18 Amaro from the 1970s. A blend of 18 aromatic herbs is used to create this bitter liqueur.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more… More info
An old bottling of Isolabella 18 Amero from the 1970s. An antique digestif made from 18 different herbs.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or… 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
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
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
¡Ay, caramba! It's coffee and anise flavoured liqueur from the 1950s! 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
Worship Street Whistling Shop
Brought to you by the chaps from top London bar, the Worship Street Whistling Shop, in partnership with Master of Malt, Jagertee Liqueur is a stupendous Indian-Tea-and-Rum-based concoction that's… 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
Lamb & Watt
This is a 1960s half bottle of King Fergus Scotch Liqueur, produced by Lamb & Watt, who also produced a selection of fruit and spice-based liqueurs over the years.
This bottle was part of a… More info