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Esprit de June
(70cl, 28%)
Esprit de June is a floral French liqueur made with the the vine-flowers of several types of grape, including Ugni Blanc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Very sweet and fragrant, with a vibrant...  More info
$51.83
With salted caramel becoming such a big 'thing' in desserts, why not try incorporating it in your cocktails too with this liqueur from top French producer, Edmond Briottet.  More info
$20.37
Chambord Liqueur - 1980s
(70cl, 16.50%)
We think that this bottling of Chambord's famous raspberry liqueur was probably produced in the 1980s. Very shiny and decorative, this'll make for a fine addition to any antique liqueur collection.  More info
$113.25
Pineau Des Charentes from top Cognac (and Curaçao) producer, Pierre Ferrand. Great as an aperitif in the warmer months of the year...  More info
$22.19
A Curaçao liqueur is a must for cocktail enthusiasts - so an antique Curaçao is a must for antique cocktail enthusiasts! This is a 1950s bottling of Cusenier Curaçao Orange. Very rare indeed...  More info
$188.74
A gorgeous bottle of Cusenier's Freezomint Crème de Menthe, produced in the 1950s and bottled at 30% ABV. The paper wrapping of the tear-drop-shaped bottle has torn heavily over the years, which is...  More info
$226.49
"Whatever happened, to Leon Trotosky?" This rather Cointreau-looking triple-sec was produced in France in the 1950s. "...all the Shakesopearoes?"  More info
$113.25
A pretty darn beautiful bottle of Vieille Cure herbal liqueur from the 1970s. Looks like one of those stained glass windows - immeasurably cool.  More info
$150.99
A traditional orange liqueur from French producer Trenet.  More info
$23.20
A basil-flavoured liqueur from French producers, Edmund Briottet. Hugely herbal and aromatic, this would be an excellent tool on a cocktail enthusiast's back-bar for cocktails that need a subtly...  More info
$25.09
Perfect for cocktail, this is a clear Creme de Menthe, which means it'll add all the intensely minty flavour to your drink, without changing the colour. Produced by Gabriel Boudier for the Bartender...  More info
$30.28
Cointreau - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
Zestiness from the seventies! This is an antique bottle of Cointreau liqueur, perfect for cocktail enthusiasts exploring the flavours of yesteryear.  More info
$150.99
This handsome piece of history is a 1960s bottling of Cherry Brandy made by Italian producers Bardinet. While the bottle and label may look pretty cool (they definitely do), they do not seem to note...  More info
$188.74
Izarra Yellow - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
This is a very collectible 1970s bottling of Izarra Yellow, the less minty of the two Izarra liqueurs (Izarra Green is all about that peppermint). These antique liqueurs are well worth checking out...  More info
$150.99
A bottle of peppermint liqueur from the original GET Frères company, possibly dating back to the 1950s.

Please note that the label does not state the volume of this product and that it is being...  More info
$150.99
Chambord Liqueur - 1970s
(75cl, 16.50%)
This rather regal-looking-chap is a 1970s bottling of Chambord Liqueur. An awesome collectible, this. Ought to be a great piece for antique cocktail enthusiasts.  More info
$150.99
Minty Metté liqueur! Though it might not be the traditional Crème De Menthe style liqueur, Metté's Liqueur de Feuille de Menthe should still work wonderfully in all manner of minty mixed drinks.  More info
$35.39
Sambuca Morena
(70cl, 38%)
An anise-flavoured liqueur produced by Slaur in France (although there is a Colosseum picture and an Italian flag on the label, in reference to the liqueur's history).  More info
$23.48
Izarra Yellow
(70cl, 40%)
Izarra Yellow is a famous French liqueur made with a blend of 13 plants and spices, resulting in a flavour profile packed with sweet almonds and honey notes. Great over ice, and makes for a handy...  More info
$42.55
Izarra 54
(70cl, 54%)
Izarra 54 is made with a recipe which harks back to a similar one produced by Izarra back in the early 1900s, with the original ABV (54% - modern bottlings are bottled at 40% ABV). The blend of herbs...  More info
$108.13
An antique liqueur from the Croizet house, produced in the 1970s. From the label it looks like it was made with Cognac (perhaps their Napoleon expression, judging from the massive, Caps Lock...  More info
$226.49
Le Vert Sapin
(70cl, 40%)
A vibrant French liqueur from Distillerie Guy, made using extracts of Fir trees from around Pontarlier. Brimming with authentic flavours that evoke the feeling of standing in a peaceful, fragrant...  More info
$39.24
A 1930s bottling of Paul Garnier's Crème de Roses. Yep, this is over 70 years old. An incredible collectible, though it has sadly gathered quite a bit of dirt over the years to the label and bottle...  More info
$188.74
A history lesson in a bottle, this is. Combier Roi René Rouge Cherry Liqueur is made to a recipe which was originally created all the way back in 1632. The Combier distillers use hand-picked guignes...  More info
$26.35
An antique 1960s bottling of Bénédictine D.O.M., the famous spiced, herbal liqueur created by Alexandre Le Grand in the 19th century.  More info
$188.74
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