From Italian producers Scardina comes this rare bottle of Amaro del Povero, made in the 1960s. While it is a very stylish piece, sadly the printed "label" has faded in places, particularly on the…
This is a bottle of Stock China Elixir, a bitter digestif made using cinchona bark, produced between 1949 and 1959. Liqueurs of this style were originally conceived as a way to fight malaria. In more…
Cherries in booze! These possibly date from the 1950s though, so they're probably more for the looking at these days... A rare and rather cool thing nonetheless.
Please note that this product is…
This bell-shaped bottle contains anisette from around the 1950s, produced by Ramazzotti of Milan.
Galdino Caselli produced this bottle of Liquore Prugna (plum liqueur) at some point between 1949 and 1959. The Italian distillery is still producing liqueurs today, and even still use the logo in the…
A herbal Amaro liqueur from Italian producer Giarola Abele, named after the Monte Penice, located in Northern Italy. This collectible bottle was made all the way back in the 1960s.
A bottle of Italian Triple Sec, made by D. Valle between 1949 and 1959. This old relic was designed in a very minimalist fashion - were sure plenty of modern designers would approve, as would…
It's mint liqueur with a polar bear on it! A polar bear who's holding a bottle of mint liqueur with a polar bear on it who's holding a bottle of mint liqueur with a...
Dating from around the 1950s…
An ancient mint liqueur from Italian producer C. Luzzini of Monza near Milan. It dates from around the 1950s.
If you look closely, you might notice that this antique bottle of Martinazzi Anice Secco (produced between 1949 and 1959!) looks quite similar to old bottles of Pernod Anise. An interesting and…
All the way from Italy comes this rare bottle of Savis Amaro Felsina, a bitter aperitif made with cinchona bark and with an added hint of orange for sweet, balancing flavours. We believe that this…
One of a range of Italian liqueurs from SIS that included the likes of Crema Cacao, Crema Mandarino and Crema Oro. The last one bering, erm, gold flavoured? Dating from the late 1940s this is a very…
This is an antique bottle of Montblanc Maraschino, which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959 in Rome. Sadly, the label for this cherry liqueur has sustained rather heavy water…
Absolutely ancient Amaro from Italy! This bottle of Fabbri Gran Bar, made using a selection of herbs and spices was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959.
While this bottle may look like it's made out of honeycomb cubes, it is actually just a rare, stylish bottle of Soliani Crema Cacao liqueur, produced over 50 years ago, at some point between 1949 and…
The etymology of "Alchermes" comes from the Persian 'qermez' meaning cochineal red, but the colour of this liqueur actually comes from kermes, a different insect altogether to the Armenian cochineal…
A very stylish bottle of Crema al Cioccolato liqueur, produced in Italy by Giacinto Paccagnella during the 1960s. This very rare bottle was designed in a way that shows off the gorgeous colours of…
Classy-lookin' Cherry Liqueur, produced in the 1970s by Buton. A lovely decanter-style bottle, which even comes with a fancy-lookin' stopper. It's a little bit dirty, though it remains in good…
This is a rare bottle of Triple Sec produced by the very famous Martini & Rossi between 1947 and 1949. Interestingly enough, they made a Triple Sec many years ago in a bottle which looked very…
This is a very stylish bottle of Buton Mandarino, an antique piece that wouldn't look out of place in the drinks cabinet of Jay Gatsby. You know, if he enjoyed citrus-flavoured liqueurs. We're sure…
A litre bottle of Bergia Crema Banana, which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959. It was made in Italy and has been kept in good condition.
This handsome devil is a rare 1969 bottle of Torchio Teresio Curaçao, produced in Torino over 40 years ago. It really is quite the looker.
Italian herbal liqueur, made by Fabbri between 1949 and 1959 - over 50 years ago! From what we can tell, Fabbri Jolanda was made using a fine blend of aromatic Alpine herbs and presented in a…
A 1970s bottle of Amaretto di Saronno, in a shape that might be familiar to those of you who enjoy their Amaretto. Very familiar indeed.
An Italian liqueur from Bardini, featuring the distinctive flavours of the noble artichoke, in a similar way to Cynar we can only imagine. This rare bottle was produced between 1949 and…