A pleasing, rare bottling of samurai-themed Italian amaro! Thought to date from the 1970s, it was produced by New Esell.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed… More info
A 1970s bottle of this popular honeydew melon liqueur from Japan. This rare old bottle includes "Suntory" on the label. More info
Umeshu is a Japanese plum flavoured liqueur, made by steeping green, unripe ume fruit in alcohol. This Choya Umsehu has been combined not just with high-quality honey, but with royal jelly too! It's… More info
An amazing melon liqueur from Japan, with an incredibly fresh flavour. This is made from honeydew melons and the result is a stunning addition to many a cocktail. More info
Japanese ume fruit (like an unripe, acidic plum) liqueur aged for an extended period. Delicious. More info
Umeshu is delicious Japanese 'Plum' Brandy (actually made with the ume fruit). More info
Choya's classic fruit liqueur in smart new packaging. Made with the ume fruit, part of the subgenus prunus (like plums and apricots). More info
A crème de thé vert from producer Morozoff, thought to date from the 1950s.
Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable… More info
Produced by Japan's Choya company, this is a very unusual liqueur made with a base of Umeshu (a Japanese ume plum liqueur). It's also flavoured with top-quality honey and royal jelly. The bottles… More info
A light, sweet, fruity Umeshu from Choya, made using the ume plum. Excellent over ice or in inventive cocktails. More info
Made by Choya, the Torori Nigori is an Umeshu, which is a Japanese plum liqueur. However, instead of using whole ume plums, Choya have used unfiltered plum purée. More info
Choya Yuzu is a juicy, vibrant combination of Japanese Umeshu liqueur (made with plums) and the yuzu citrus fruit, which originated in East Asia. This makes for an interesting alternative to a number… More info
This rather beautiful bottle you see before you is the Kirakira Liqueur from Japan, made using cherry - the flowers you see inside the bottle are cherry blossom! Floral and fruity, it's wonderful… More info
What do you get when you make a plum liqueur with Sake? You get Umeshu! Using Ginjo grade Sake, plum and sugar, Akashi-Tai make an properly classic Umeshu that can be enjoyed hot (like Sake regularly… More info