A grappa-based blueberry liqueur from Italian producer Sandro Bottega.
A bottling of Italian apricot brandy liqueur thought to date from the 1970s. You can tell it's apricot flavoured, because the apricots are still in there! Not sure we'd advise eating them though...
Marchesi di Barolo
A bottling of Italian mint liqueur made with grappa di Barolo, which is thought to date from the 1970s.
Based on local traditions from southwestern Italy dating back to the 19th Century, Cassano 1875 Limoncello was first launched in 1998. It's made by macerating the peels of fresh, hand picked and hand…
A 40% bottling of the rather famous Opal Nera Original Black anise liqueur. A vital ingredient in a number of rich, flavoursome cocktails, though can also simply be served over ice to get the full…
Ah yes, one of them there antique Rhum di Fantasia liqueurs from the days of yesteryear. This one was produced in the 1980s by Italian company, Sari.
An immensely cool porcelain decanter of Buton Cherry Brandy from the 1950s, shaped like a stack of poker dice (poker dice are the same shape as regular dice (you know, cubes) but they have poker…
Antica Distilleria Quaglia
Bergamot liqueur from Italian producer Quaglia made with bergamot orange juice and zest, vanilla beans and grapefruit juice. Perfect as a digestif or in a long refreshing drink.
The rather handsome Amarot Amaro would make for an excellent after-dinner tipple. The producers recommend serving at 18°C alongside dark chocolate pralines, which sounds delicious indeed...
Sanley Liquore Amarissimo from either the late 1960s or early 1970s. Evidently very bitter, and also featuring a pretty fantastic label.
A rare bottle of Buton Sambuca produced in the 1960s. That's right, this is an Italian anise-flavoured liqueur from over 40 years ago - what a find!
This is a collectible bottle of Aurum Orange Liqueur from the 1970s. This Italian company behind Aurum is still producing orange liqueurs today, blending aged brandy with orange distillate to create…
Packed full of rich anise notes, this Sambuca from Sette Vie is just the thing for enjoying with an evening coffee or in a flavoursome mixed drink.
This is an ancient bottle of Cherry Brandy, produced by the Italian company Vlahov. We believe it was produced between 1949 and 1959, making this over 50 years old! Very impressive, Vlahov...
A 1960s bottling of Brotto Punch Fantasia di Rum liqueur, produced in Italy over 40 years ago. It seems to have a fire-breathing lion on the label, an idea which instils fear into our heart.
A 1950s bottle of Bardi's Elixir di China, produced using cinchona bark to give it a pleasingly bitter flavour profile, making it a top choice for enjoying as an aperitif. If you're interested in…
An Italian liqueur produced by Pilla in the 1970s. Elixir China is often enjoyed as an aperitif liqueur, though its popularity has slightly waned over the years.
Italian Rabarbaro, which we think was made between 1949 and 1959. These types of liqueurs are made to have intense notes of rhubarb at their core, often supported by other herbs and spices.
A 1980s bottling of Aperol, the famous rhubarb and orange Italian aperitif. Rare and delicious.
A 100cl botling of Elixir China from Italian company Farmac-Zabban, who are still around today (producing lots of medical things!). A rare antique.
Please note that the label does not state the…
Fancy exploring the world of antique aperitivo liqueurs? Why not start with this 1970s bottling of Toschi Bitter Aperitivo, a handsome piece to start a collection with.
Rich, herbal Amaro liqueur from Italian producers Benvenuti, which we think was made back in the 1970s. A very special way to finish off a hearty meal...
A rare 1970s bottling of Italian peppermint chocolate liqueur from the Cesarini company.
An antique (and very stylish) bottle of Crema Cacao, produced by Freund Ballor between 1947 and 1949. A great piece for antique liqueur collections.