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French Liqueurs

French Liqueurs

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This is a collectible bottle of Crème de Grand Marnier, a cream liqueur from the makers of... Well, Grand Marnier, of course. This bottle was produced in 1984 or 1985. However, *this should not be...  More info
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$37.01
This is a rare bottle of Marie Brizard Anisette Superfine, which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959. A rather stylish antique, and we do agree with the label - it is super fine.  More info
$222.07
G. Miclo Rose Liqueur
(50cl, 18%)
A new, slightly lower abv version of G. Miclo's delicious rose petal liqueur. Wonderful with elderflower cordial, ice and soda.  More info
$41.38
Tia Maria - 1980s
(70cl, 26.50%)
A 1980s bottling of the famous Jamaican liqueur, Tia Maria, made from Jamaican coffee beans. The full recipe has been guarded for generations, or so the bottle says.  More info
$111.04
Similar to how the Megazord in the Power Rangers is made of five dinosaur-shaped robots, this bottle is made of four different liqueurs, each contained within its own compartment. It was made by...  More info
$462.65
A honey and rum liqueur from New Grove, who make their lovely spirits on the island of Mauritius. This liqueur emphasises the sweet, warming notes of rum with the addition of honey, all the while...  More info
$29.84
A super-premium, staggeringly good orange liqueur from Grand Marnier, the Cuvée du Centenaire was first launched in 1927 to celebrate the brand's 100th anniversary. Based on Cognacs from the Grande...  More info
$109.16
If you're partial to a Grasshopper, Créme de Menthe should always be in your back bar. Giffard's Créme de Menthe is a vivid, minty liqueur that packs quite a peppermint punch. Speaking of, a...  More info
$21.36
An ancient treasure grew dusty hidden deep underground. Our Master of Malt archaeologist, armed only with a whip and a fedora, traverses the dangerous cavern to reach the treasure, which happens to be...  More info
$333.11
Regnier Crème de Cassis, all the way from the 1970s. Produced in France, this antique bottle features a glorious sunrise and dust, like all good antiques do.  More info
$148.05
This antique bottling of a chartreuse style liqueur is approaching sixty years of age, and is naturally very rare.  More info
$111.04
Hpnotiq Harmonie
(70cl, 17%)
Described by producer, Hpnotiq, as "the newest addition to [its] Girls Night Out crew", Harmonie is a fruity, aromatic French libation. It is based on French vodka, as well as real fruit, flowers...  More info
$29.36
A large bottle of the popular French liqueur. Bénédictine was originally created as an elixir to sustain monks as they worked. D.O.M. stands for "Deo Optimo Maximo" meaning, "To God most good, most...  More info
$99.96
Cointreau - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
This is a 1980s Triple Sec liqueur from the Cointreau company. It's a true classic, used to make a variety of the world's greatest cocktails including the Margarita and the Sidecar.  More info
$74.02
A quite imperial-looking bottle of Cointreau Crème de Cacao from the 1960s. It also seems to feature a berry full of honeycomb, which honestly might be the best invention of the 1960s, although we're...  More info
$185.06
What could be more 70s than Freezomint? It may sound like an ice lolly but it's actually a crème de menthe from the days when John Travolta was cool. This is worth it for the name alone.  More info
$148.05
A old bottling of Cointreau from the 1970s, complete with original box.  More info
$185.06
Bénédictine is a French digestive liqueur which was originally made as an elixir for working monks. This is a rare bottle from between 1958 and 1959, proudly bearing the letters D.O.M.: Deo Optimo...  More info
$185.06
Trenet Blue Curaçao
(100cl, 20%)
Blue Curaçao is a vital ingredient for the Blue Lagoon and Blue Hawaiian cocktails, both named for obvious reasons. This Blue Curaçao, rich with notes of Valencia orange, comes from French liqueur...  More info
$29.84
Made to a recipe created as an elixir for working monks, this is a 1970s bottle of the classic French liqueur Bénédictine D.O.M. - the letters stand for "Deo Optimo Maximo" (To God, Most Good, Most...  More info
$148.05
A 1970s bottle of Bénédictine in decent condition, bar slight damage to that famous wax seal. The actual seal is intact.  More info
$148.05
Bénédictine - 1980s
(70cl, 40%)
A 1980s bottle of Bénédictine in very good condition, with the seal intact.  More info
$111.04
A one off chance to own a bottle of liqueur history here. We don't think you can get this particualr brand anymore. A chocolate liqueur from the 1970s that would otherwise have been consigned to that...  More info
$92.53
Citrus from the Seventies! This 35cl bottle of Cointreau liqueur from France was made over 30 years ago.  More info
$74.02
Made by Gabriel Boudier in Dijon, this is a vibrant, classic Creme de Peches liqueur, made with a selection of white peaches, including vine peaches. Bursting with plenty of juicy notes, it's the...  More info
$18.24

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