Delivery Login
Blog Contact Trade +44 (0)1892 888 376
My Basket
Total$0.00
You can change the currency displayed here.
click to close

Italian Liqueurs

Italian Liqueurs

Share This!

Professor Cornelius Ampleforth
Blend Your Own Whisky
Glenmorangie Whisky Distillery
Maple Whiskey Liqueur
The Lost Distilleries Blend
Tasting Sets
Martini Fiero
(75cl, 14.90%)
Well big-time vermouth producer Martini have done it again, however this time they've produced a vermouth flavoured with citrus and blood oranges. Now that's pretty cool!  More info
$18.06
Zucca Rabarbaro
(70cl, 16%)
Zucca is a bittersweet Italian aperitif, made using rhubarb. The recipe also includes zest, cardamom seeds and various herbs. The result is a delicate, unusual drink, which has gained quite some...  More info
$30.34
This is a rather old bottle of Melon Liqueur, produced in Italy in the 1970s. Likely used for cocktails, we reckon.  More info
$146.81
Amaretto from the Sette Vie selection. Made with a combination of bitter and sweet almonds, this traditional Italian liqueur makes for a fine after-dinner drink, perhaps accompanying a cup of good...  More info
$28.98
A 50cl bottling of Sette Vie's Limoncello, produced in Italy using countless lemon peels and classic infusion techniques. Packed with effervescent, zesty citrus notes, this works very well as an...  More info
$30.51
This is a cherry flavoured liqueur from Italian distillers, Quaglia, made with cherries from Turin. Delightfully sweet, this ought to go well with a couple of squares of dark chocolate, rich coffee...  More info
$35.56
Sweet, sour and enjoyably bitter, this Quaglia liqueur is made with chinotto oranges (a flavour you may be familiar with if you're into your bitter aperitifs).  More info
$39.23
A fragrant, flavoursome camomile flavoured liqueur from the Italian Quaglia distillers. Experimental bartenders looking to explore the flavours of tea in their cocktails could very well try to create...  More info
$30.51
Dating from 1971, this is a rare and old bottle of the popular Luxardo Maraschino liqueur. There is a fair amount of damage to the label.  More info
$100.93
Plucked from the chronicles of time, this is a bottle of Drioli Cherry Brandy which was produced between 1949 and 1959. According to the label, this was the "Extra Reserve" Cherry Brandy, which we...  More info
$220.22
One of the many bitter Amaro liqueurs from our extensive Antique Spirits - this is a 1960s bottling of Cinzano Amaro Savoia, featuring a rather picturesque pastoral scene on the label.  More info
$220.22
An antique bitter 'aperitivo' from Canelli, Asti, bottled in the 1960s.  More info
$220.22
A type of cherry liqueur that's an important cocktail ingredient, bottled in the 1980s by the Italian company Stock.  More info
$110.11
Beccaro Turinet Aperitivo Amaro, produced back in the 1970s. An awesome looking antique bottle with a very detailed label - rare and collectible stuff, this.  More info
$183.52
A rare Genepy liqueur, made using various Alpine herbs by the Torchio company at some point between 1949 and 1959. A great piece of historical paraphernalia for liqueur lovers.  More info
$275.28
An Italian mint liqueur dating from around the 1950s. "Graciale" suggests that maybe it's ice-fresh like that new Wrigley's chewing gum flavour, or maybe it's Fox's glacier mint flavoured? To be...  More info
$275.28
An antique bottle of Pedroni Prunellina, which we believe to have been produced in Italy between 1949 and 1959. If you're interested in classic design and typography, this is pretty awesome. Oh, and...  More info
$275.28
Ancient Barolo Chinato, produced by Giacomo Damilano in the 1960s. It's yet another Italian bittersweet liqueur made with cinchona and a gamut of other ingredients.  More info
$220.22
We believe that this bottle of Averna Amaro Siciliano was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959. It's made with a blend of herbs, spices and gentian, giving it that classic bitter flavour...  More info
$275.28
An intense, warming liqueur from Evangelista in Italy, made with liquorice root. Can be served warm or over ice, and makes for a fine digestif liqueur.  More info
$32.04
We believe this bottling of the classic Campari Cordial, was produced between 1949 and 1959. A well-loved favourite from the past with a flavour profile focussed around a core of enjoyably bitter...  More info
$247.75
An antique bottling of Luxardo Maraschino, the classic cherry liqueur. We believe that this bottle was produced between 1949 and 1959. It comes presented in the straw casing, a tradition that...  More info
$275.28
A 1980s Italian anise-flavoured liqueur complete with Roman Colosseum branding. The Flavian Amphitheatre having been built with over one hundred sambuca fountains. Thinking about it now, perhaps that...  More info
$110.11
An Italian liqueur produced using a family recipe, which includes herbs and berries, resulting in a very refreshing after-dinner drink. The recipe has been used since 1934 - around 80 years!  More info
$35.39
Opal Nera Original Black anise-flavoured liqueur, now bottled at 38% ABV. As well as star-anise, aniseed and other spices, it is flavoured with lemon and elderberry skins which give it a fruity edge.  More info
$32.50
Pages 12345678910 »

Recently viewed

We use cookies to help provide you with the best possible online shopping experience. By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device.
Visit our privacy policy page for more information.

The prices currently being shown in USD are approximate, and should be used for illustrative purposes only. All prices are in GBP and all orders are charged in GBP. The order total – the amount you will actually be charged – will be displayed in GBP before you place your order. Click here to change your currency.
We Accept
Delivery Partners
Master of Malt supports responsible drinking - Sip, don't Gulp.
ATOM Supplies Ltd trading as Master of Malt. Registered office: North House, 198 High Street, Tonbridge, TN9 1BE. Registered in England & Wales. Company number 3193057, VAT number GB 662241553.