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German Liqueurs

German Liqueurs tend to be more spicy than fruity, with particular favourites being Jägermeister and Wolfschmidt Kummel.

Jägermeister (35cl)

35cl, 35%
Jägermeister

A half bottle of Jägermeister, a world-famous German herbal liqueur that features a massive 56 botanicals in its recipe. Not only that, Jägermeister matures and marries for up to a year in oak casks…  More info

Jägermeister (35cl)

Hardenberg Kümmel

70cl, 35%
Hardenberg

A herbaceous liqueur from the Hardenberg distillery in Germany, Kümmel! Kümmel is a traditional sweet liqueur flavoured with caraway seed, cumin, and fennel. For this particular expression, there's a…  More info

Hardenberg Kümmel

Wolfschmidt Kummel

50cl, 39%
Wolfschmidt

A very good spice liqueur made with Caraway, Cumin and Aniseed with a wonderful honeyed flavour. Wolfschmidt Kummel was first made in Riga, Latvia in 1847.  More info

Wolfschmidt Kummel
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Puschkin Screaming Green

70cl, 17.5%
Puschkin

Puschkin Screaming Green has combined Puschkin vodka with the tangy and sweet flavour of graviola, an exotic Amazon fruit. Graviola looks like a durian fruit on the outside and like a pear on the…  More info

Puschkin Screaming Green

Borgmann 1772 Edition No 0 - The Beginning of the Beginning

50cl, 39%
Borgmann

A German herbal liqueur made to a recipe passed down through the Borgmann family, whom trace the history of this drink all the way back to 1772, when the Duke of Braunschweig appointed them as…  More info

Borgmann 1772 Edition No 0 - The Beginning of the Beginning

The Bitter Truth Elderflower Liqueur

50cl, 22%
The Bitter Truth

A refreshing, summery quaff from The Bitter Truth, this Elderflower Liqueur is made with natural ingredients, and it works brilliantly with champagne as an aperitif!  More info

The Bitter Truth Elderflower Liqueur

Jägermeister Spice

70cl, 25%
Jägermeister

Jägermeister, but not as you know it. The classic recipe of 56 herbs, roots, spices and fruit have been rearranged to create an expression centred around the sweetness of vanilla and exciting…  More info

Jägermeister Spice
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Berentzen Coffee Cream Liqueur

70cl, 17%
Berentzen

A coffee-flavoured cream liqueur from German producer, Berentzen. Ought to be rather tasty over ice, a bit like an alcoholic iced coffee...  More info

Berentzen Coffee Cream Liqueur

Asbach Fire

100cl, 30%
Asbach

Asbach is well known for being a particularly spicy brandy, and they're very much leaning into that idea with their Fire Liqueur, which combines their brandy with cinnamon and chilli. Enjoy over ice,…  More info

Asbach Fire

Helbing Kümmel

70cl, 35%
Heinrich

A Kümmel from Hamburg, Helbing claims to be the original caraway liqueur, established 1836 and made to a closely guarded family recipe.  More info

Helbing Kümmel
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Jägermeister Scharf

70cl, 33%
Jägermeister

Jägermeister shows off its spicy side with Scharf, a Hot Ginger variation of the German liqueur! Scharf literally translates to 'hot' or 'spicy' in German. Don't worry, it's still designed to be…  More info

Jägermeister Scharf
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Berentzen White Apple

70cl, 25%
Berentzen

A clear apple liqueur from German experts and masters, Berentzen. As it is a clear liqueur, it is suitable for using in cocktails without altering the colour, making this a perfect utensil for…  More info

Berentzen White Apple

Braundle Flensburg Aristokrat - 1960s

70cl, 42%
Braundle Flensburg

Rum? Arak? Something? Who knows. Probably yummy. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!  More info

Braundle Flensburg Aristokrat - 1960s

Josef Meier's Kräuter Likör

70cl, 30%
Josef Meier's

A herbal liqueur or kräuterlikör, popular with the on trade, that managed to ruffle Jägermeister's feathers a few years back. Remember, it's a Josef-Bomb, or a 'Jo-Bomb' if you use this stuff guys…  More info

Josef Meier's Kräuter Likör
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Café Oriental - 1970s

75cl, 35%
Lehment

A handsome old bottling of mocha-flavoured liqueur or 'mokka-likör' from Lehment, dating from around the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos…  More info

Café Oriental - 1970s

Anton Riemerschmid Askalon - 1970s

70cl, 32%
Anton Riemerschmid

We reckon this bottle of Anton Riemerschmid Askalon (a type of German fig-based liqueur) was produced in the 1970s. The company previously had a different name, Anton Riemerschmid joined the team in…  More info

Anton Riemerschmid Askalon - 1970s

Kuemmerling

50cl, 35%
Kuemmerling

Kuemmerling is a traditionally-style German herbal liqueur, which is just a bit less bitter than most liqueurs of this style.  More info

Kuemmerling

Berentzen Golden Apple

70cl, 40%
Berentzen

A Golden Apple liqueur from German distillers, Berentzen. Sure to find its way into some sweet, vibrant cocktails, one of which you could call "Gold 'n' Delicious" and impress everyone with your…  More info

Berentzen Golden Apple

Wattanläuper Krauter Bitter - 1970s

70cl, 35%
Wattenläuper

A bottle of German herbal liqueur, produced in the 1970s. The label features what looks to be the Sea Captain from The Simpsons in his youth. This bottle was part of a private collection - if…  More info

Wattanläuper Krauter Bitter - 1970s

Berentzen Apple Liqueur - 1960s

75cl, 24%
Berentzen

A is for Apple. B is for Berentzen. C is not for liqueur, but this 1960s Berentzen Apple Liqueur sure does look lovely! This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed…  More info

Berentzen Apple Liqueur - 1960s

Schlehen Feuer

50cl, 38%
Jägermeister

From the creators of one of the world's most successful digestifs, Jägermeister, comes a Schlehenlikör as it's known in German. It was created by soaking sloes, sugar and spices in white rum, and is…  More info

Schlehen Feuer

WurzelPeter Urwürziger Kräuterlikör

70cl, 30%
Wurzelpeter

WurzelPeter is a cult German bitter herbal liqueur or Kräuterlikör created by pharmacist Paul Pöschke in 1875. Wurzel is German for 'root', a nod to some of the ingredients used no doubt, but also to…  More info

WurzelPeter Urwürziger Kräuterlikör

Ilkenhof Kräuterlikör (Herbal Liqueur)

70cl, 35%
Wilhelm Braun Erben

Ilkenhof Kräuterlikör is a German herbal liqueur with notes of cinnamon spice, sugared almonds, raisins and fresh herbs.  More info

Ilkenhof Kräuterlikör (Herbal Liqueur)
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Echte Kroatzbeere - 1967

70cl, 30%
Moritz Thienelt

A 1967 bottling of Echte Kroatzbeere, a German blackberry liqueur which is still being produced and winning awards today! The bottle and label design hasn't even changed all that much either! History…  More info

Echte Kroatzbeere - 1967
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Schierker Feuerstein

70cl, 35%
Schierker Feuerstein

A classic German herbal liqueur which originated from the village of Schierke, first produced back in the early 1900s by pharmacist Willy Drube. Serve very well-chilled after a hearty meal.  More info

Schierker Feuerstein
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