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This bottle of Cointreau from the 1980s is particularly dusty, like all good antiques shows be. Cointreau is a very well known French orange liqueur which really adds a good deal of zesty citrus notes...  More info
$110.11
Produced back in the 1980s, this big ol' bottle of Cointreau would have been used to add a bright burst of orange flavour to some yummy cocktails. A collectible piece that comes with its original box.  More info
$146.81
A very rare 1970s bottling of Yellow Chartreuse, the French liqueur first made by Carthusian monks in the 1740s. The recipe calls for distilled spirit and a massive 130 herbal extracts. This antique...  More info
$550.55
A beautiful bottle of Bénédictine B&B from the 1950s, make with a blend of Bénédictine liqueur and brandy.

Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it...  More info
$275.28
A very old bottling of the well loved herbal liqueur, Bénédictine D.O.M. from the 1950s. The wax seal on the front of the bottle has broken, but a piece of it still remains. Otherwise, the bottle is...  More info
$220.22
A brilliant Triple Sec from the liqueur masters, Giffard. The Parfait Triple Sec is made using sweet and bitter oranges, getting the best of both worlds and placing them both inside one excellent...  More info
$21.70
Giffard Manzana Verde
(70cl, 18%)
Made by Giffard, the Manzana Verde is an intense apple liqueur made with concentrated apple juice. Vibrant and crisp, it's like walking through an orchard and tasting all the Bramley apples at once...  More info
$25.42
94cl, or 1 US quart, or 33.3 fl.oz of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge from the 1960s. No matter how you say it, that's more than a regular bottle! A rare collectible.  More info
$247.75
Château du Breuil, apple juice and sugar come together to create this high quality Calvados liqueur. No other alcohol is added, no shortcuts taken.  More info
$34.18
L’Amour Des Trois Oranges is a French liqueur made using Armagnac from Château De Briat, orange essence and a touch of sugar, blended to create a zesty, floral and aromatic liqueur. It also shares the...  More info
$84.04
Suedois Dolin
(50cl, 30%)
Perfect for your after-dinner drinks, this is an intensely flavoursome, pleasingly bitter French digestif from Dolin, featuring notes of rhubarb, gentian and orange.  More info
$41.40
Bonal Apéritif Quina
(75cl, 16%)
A French aperitif wine from Chartreuse Mountains, aromatised with quinquina.  More info
$33.26
This antique bottle of Bénédictine B&B Gold Seal was produced in the 1960s. It has a golden seal instead of the classic red one. We're not 100% sure why it is gold, but it's pretty fancy looking...  More info
$220.22
The main ingredient of Bigallet's light a floral liqueur, Le Grand Tetras Genepi, is Genepi Artemisia Mutellina, which grows very high up in the Alps. To create the drink, they infuse and distil parts...  More info
$40.51
Bigallet Thym Liqueur
(35cl, 35%)
Bigallet Thym Liqueur is a refreshing, floral traditional drink, made in the French Alps by slowly macerating sprigs of thyme into neutral spirit. We would mention the missing "e" from the word thyme...  More info
$28.23
A difficult to find bottle of Bardinet Berger 60 Pastis de Marseilles from the 1960s, which comes at the rather weighty abv of 60%.  More info
$183.52
B&B stands for Bénédictine and brandy, which is what this charming old spirit is made of. It was produced in the 1960s by Bénédictine.  More info
$220.22
The wrapping around this bottle of Bénédictine from the 1960s has dramatically ripped open to reveal the classic label, just like how Clark Kent's shirt is sometimes unbuttoned to expose the Superman...  More info
$183.52
An ancient bottle of Grand Marnier Cordon Jaune from the 1960s. Made with neutral spirit rather than Cognac, Cordon Jaune is more often used in cooking or cocktails rather than sipping neat.  More info
$183.52
From the clever minds that make Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge come the Cherry Marnier. This is an antique bottling from 1960s, a rare collectible.  More info
$275.28
The De Luxe Prestige Gold Finest Blended Cane Liquor is a rum based liqueur with a sunny, golden hue, a suitably sweet flavour profile and plenty of positive adjectives in its name. It was made by...  More info
$22.42
This is a small bottle of 1960s Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, a lovey, little collectible from one of the most well loved orange liqueur producers worldwide.  More info
$91.76
Well preserved, a bottle of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge from the 1980s. It comes with the presentation box too, good eh?  More info
$146.81
A rather handsomely packaged 1970s bottling of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, a very well loved orange-flavoured cognac liqueur. It's often used in flambé, which is quite exciting.  More info
$183.52
Bénédictine - 1960s
(35cl, 43%)
Bénédictine is a fantastic liqueur made with herbs and exotic spices. This rare bottling dates from the 1960s!  More info
$91.76
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