A liqueur from Eyguebelle, made in the style of a particular green liqueur made for hundreds of years with many, many herbs and spices. This is aged in barrels which had been used to age Cognac and… More info
A liqueur based on that of Brother Raphaël, who is said to have worked at Chartreuse. The Carthusian monks kicked him out for helping a woman give birth, which is apparently against the rules even… More info
A herbal liqueur aged for 5 years in oak barrels that previously held Cognac or Armagnac. It's based on a recipe from Deleuze in Villeneuve de Berg acquired by Aiguebelle monks in 1930. More info
A green digestif liqueur best served chilled after dinner. It's made with lemon verbana. More info
A rare French bilberry liqueur thought to date from the 1980s!
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A rare 1980s bottling of Izarra green peppermint liqueur!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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For those enthusiastic about Creme de Menthe, antiques and funny, made-up words, you'll love this - a 1960s bottling of Cusenier Freezomint Creme de Menthe!
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Verveine du Velay Auvergne liqueur bottled in the 1970! It was made with 32 plants and herbs including verbana.
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A rare bottle of Verveine du Velay - "emblem of the Auvergne gastronomy since 1859!" - dating from the 1970s. Made with 32 plants including verbana.
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A sweet, creamy vanilla liqueur, produced in France by Monin - well known for their liqueurs. Of course, this'll work excellent in bourbon-and-rum-based cocktails... More info
Need a way to get the juicy notes of strawberries into your cocktails? Monin have just the thing with their Crème de Fraise Liqueur. Strawberry Daiquiris are a must - you could also add a couple… More info
A Green Melon Liqueur from French producers, Monin. Bursting with refreshing, exotic fruit notes, this one. Enjoy over ice or in some sort of punch served in a pineapple. More info
A 1980s bottling of Duval Pastis de Marseille, made with star anise and liquorice and served with thoroughly chilled mineral water. More info
Voulez-vous boire cette liqueur pétillant, ce soir? A fruity and bubbly French liqueur for all occasions! It's made with mangosteen, red guava, acerola and naseberry, enjoy on its own or in party… More info
A bottle of Cusenier Veritable Cherry Brandy (bottled at 38% ABV), which we believe to have been produced all the way back in the 1940s! Over 60 years old, this is. And yes, they were bold enough to… More info
A rare fruit liqueur made with clementines that dates from the 1970s. We wouldn't recommend drinking this one. No, really. More info
"Whatever happened, to Leon Trotosky?" This rather Cointreau-looking triple-sec was produced in France in the 1950s. "...all the Shakesopearoes?" More info
Zestiness from the seventies! This is an antique bottle of Cointreau liqueur, perfect for cocktail enthusiasts exploring the flavours of yesteryear. More info
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
A bottle of peppermint liqueur from the original GET Frères company, possibly dating back to the 1950s.
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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
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
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
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
Pernod Anis/Anise from the 1970s, Pernod Fils' classic post-absinthe ban anise flavoured liqueur. More info