Antique Amaro Antico, produced using a selection of herbs and spices by the Italian company San Marco in the early 1980s. Typically enjoyed after a large dinner to aid digestion. More info
Monier Maraschino, made with marasca cherries during the 1970s. A neat collectible antique, presented in the traditional straw casing. Sadly, the label has faded slightly over the years. More info
An Italian mint liqueur dating from around the 1950s. Unlike many similar liqueurs, Boschetti's is not startlingly bright green, although it does still have a green hue. More info
Herbal digestif liqueur from Tre Valli in Italy. This 100cl bottle of their Amaro is over 40 years old, as it was produced in the 1960s. More info
We believe this to be a plum flavoured liqueur, produced by Giuseppe Marchetto between 1949 and 1959. Very rare and very old indeed. More info
Possible the most pleasingly named product on this website. Trying saying it slowly in your best Italian accent: "Gualtiero Marchesi Amaro di Noci".
Flavoured with walnut, it was produced by… More info
A 1970s bottling of Bram Amarello, rare and collectible. Apparently it's also rather light, according to the label, which describes it as "Leggerissimo", perhaps one of the best translations out… More info
Made between 1949 and 1959, this rare bottle of Vlahov Maraschino is an ancient piece for spirits collectors. Maraschino is made from the slightly sour fruit, the marasca cherry. This Vlahov bottling… More info
Antique Maraschino liqueur from the Buton company, produced in the 1970s. This is presented in a fairly untraditional bottle for a Maraschino, which is often tall and square - whereas this one is… More info
A well preserved bottle of Bonomelli Maraschino, a liqueur made from sour marasca cherries. It was produced in the 1960s, presented in the traditional straw casing and also features the odd red mask… More info
A collectible bottle of Stefanof Imperial Kummel, with a label that features two prominent members of the Mutton Chop Committee, made between 1949 and 1959. More info
A kümmel (liqueur made with caraway) from Italian producer Moroni dating from around the 1950s!
Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is being… More info
Named after Madame Arabella, this Anisette from Buton looks to have been a rather regal treat. This rare bottle of anise liqueur was produced between 1949 and 1959. Please note that the fill level is… More info
Ancient Pietro Chiesa Cremlino Liquore Secco, produced between 1949 and 1959. The label features some Kremlin-looking buildings, which will be where the "Cremlino" part of the name comes from.… More info
An ancient triple sec with quite a lot of dirt on a label that is actually mostly intact. It's estimated that this Italian liqueur dates from around the 1950s.
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At over 40 years old, this rare old bottle of Chinato delle Langhe from Giordano is a rather attractive collectible piece. We believe it was made using cinchona bark, similar to Elixir di China and… More info
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… More info
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… More info
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.
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This bell-shaped bottle contains anisette from around the 1950s, produced by Ramazzotti of Milan. More info
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… More info
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. More info
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… More info
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… More info
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… More info