This interesting Moonshine Liqueur was created by East London's Sweetdram and then produced in Brooklyn by the Kings County. They make it by combining Kings County's unaged spirit with a selection of… 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.
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Bramley & Gage
A half-bottle of Bramley & Gage's Slider Fruit Cup, made using gin-soaked sloe berries infused in Perry Brothers Cider. Marvellous when served with lemonade and ice... More info
Lamb & Watt
This is an antique bottling of King Fergus Scotch Liqueur, which we think was produced back in the 1960s by Lamb & Watt.
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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.
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The Sweet Potato Spirit Co
Another treat from the Sweet Potato Spirit Co., who make all of their spirits using sweet potatoes harvested in North Carolina, USA. Combining notes of juniper and plum, this will be good in the… More info
The Brontë Liqueur Company
A limited edition bottling from The Brontë Liqueur Company, released to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Charlotte Brontë, author of Jane Eyre. It combines sweet berries with sweet caramel and… 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Grant's Cherry Brandy was originally made in Kent in 1774 and indeed this bottle says "Maidstone, Kent" on the label.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
The Sweet Potato Spirit Co
If all you know of sweet potatoes is 'Sweet Potato Fries', it's time to discover what else you can do with the marvellous root vegetable, starting with the tasty treats from The Sweet Potato Spirit… More info
A twist on the regular sloe liqueur, here Sloemotion have used vodka rather than gin. 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.
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This is the Southdowns Raspberry Liqueur, created by the folks behind the Blackdown Sussex Dry Gin. They use fruit from the woodland surrounding their distillery, as well as from the area surrounding… More info
A Black Cherry liqueur from the Southdowns range, created by the Blackdown Sussex Dry Gin folks. Created using foraged fruit from the area surrounding their distillery and the South Down National… More info
Another fantastic fruit liqueur from the makers of British Cassis. Herefordshire strawberries, Champagne yeast and sugar are the only ingredients. Top fraise - enjoy with soda over ice or over a… More info
Gale Lister & Co
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!
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¡Ay, caramba! It's coffee and anise flavoured liqueur from the 1950s! 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
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
Cherry brandy bottled by Shepherd Neame back in the 1970s! 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
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
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
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
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
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