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Bénédictine - 1960s
(35cl, 41.50%)
A 1960s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
Cacao Blanc liqueur from top French producers, Lejay-Lagoute. For when you want to add rich chocolatey notes to your long drinks or cocktails but don't want to add any colour to them.  More info
A sweet, nutty Apricot Brandy Liqueur produced by Joseph Cartron. The apricots are macerated in spirit for around 7 to 8 weeks, and is then combined with some Cognac for richness and a touch of oak-y...  More info
This Banana liqueur from French distillers Joseph Carton is made exclusively with bananas from Ecuador. Bright and vibrant, with plenty of mellow tropical sweetness coming through on the nose.  More info
A rich, sweet Caramel Liqueur from French distillers, Joseph Cartron. We reckon this'll do well as in a coffee or a dessert as it would a cocktail...  More info
A deliciously juicy Cherry Brandy Liqueur from Joseph Cartron, made with locally grown cherries (both the Montmorency and the Chalonnaise Black varieties), blended with Kirsch and Cognac.  More info
A clear, chocolatey liqueur from French producer Joseph Cartron, suitable for use in cocktails without change the drink's colour - rather handy for bartenders. Cartron use cocoa beans from the Ivory...  More info
Are your cocktails calling out for a refreshing hint of mint? Then you'll want to add a splash of Joseph Cartron's Peppermint Vert Liqueur to the mix!  More info
Joseph Cartron Lychee
(50cl, 25%)
Lychees are tasty little bundles of yumminess - in other words, "Lychees are rad". Hence why this Joseph Cartron Lychee Liqueur ought to be a wonderful tipple to enjoy over ice or in a vibrantly juicy...  More info
Joseph Cartron's Parfait Amour Liqueur is made to a secret recipe, though pop it in a tasting glass and you'll find notes of liquorice and lemon peels on the nose and palate... Yum...  More info
A Passion Fruit Liqueur from Joseph Cartron, which has been bottled without filtration to ensure all the yummy vibrancy of the fruit is captured within the liqueur.  More info
A creamy Vanilla Liqueur, made with Madagascan vanilla pods, produced by Joseph Cartron in France. With clear, mellow notes of fresh vanilla and burnt sugar, this would make for an excellent...  More info
Tia Maria - 1970s
(70cl, 41.50%)
First formulated in Jamaica after the Second World War, Tia Maria is a classic liqueur that's great mixed with orange juice, coffee or rum. See how it tasted back when Earth Wind and Fire were in...  More info
A 50cl bottle of liqueur history here. Chocolately goodness from the 1970s courtesy of Marie Brizard.  More info
Cointreau - 1970s
(70cl, 40%)
A bottle of the classic orange liqueur that's at least 35 years old… solve the nagging question that's been keeping you awake at night: "what did Cointreau taste like in the 1970s?" Your torment is...  More info
Kahlua - 1970s
(70cl, 26.50%)
A 70s Kahlúa! Make the most authentic white Russians possible with this classic coffee liqueur.  More info
Lemon liqueur from Gioao Luisa. Similar to lemoncello, this Italian bottle dates from the 1970s. It is boxed and contains a tiny bit of sediment, and some crystalisation is apparent around the cap.  More info
Ah, the 1950s. When talk was cheap and waistbands approached one's armpits. This mint liqueur, made by Mitra, is a historic cocktail ingredient that hails from the days of the first atomic bomb tests...  More info
An anisette from Marie Brizard. The bottle dates from the 1970s and it's in good conditon, although the label is coming a bit loose.  More info
A kummel from Bardinet, a great caraway and cumin liqueur from Holland. This is a 1960s bottle with a stained label, although the cork seems sound.  More info
A cherry liqueur from Grand Marnier, this actually predated the orange version. This itineration is from the 1960s and comes with a slightly damaged box, but is nonetheless very striking.  More info
A crème de cassis from Marie Brizard, this bottle has a slightly damaged label and dates from the 1970s.  More info
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The famous French aniseed spirit from Marseilles, this bottle of pastis dates from the early 1980s. It's sealed and very drinkable, although the label is slightly damaged.  More info
A 1980s bottle of Bénédictine in decent condition, although the red wax seal on the front is missing. Nevertheless this is a piece of liqueur history and a must for any serious collection.  More info
An apricot flavoured liqueur from Nuits-Saint-Georges producers, Vedrenne. Enjoyed over ice or in a fruit-filled cocktail, it's a bright, sweet and tasty treat.  More info

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