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Spanish Brandy

Spanish brandy is not to be sniffed at. Actually, yes it is - it's to be tasted too, because it's damn fine stuff.

Gonzalez Byass Soberano (1L) - 1980s

100cl, 36.5%
Gonzalez Byass

A litre bottle of Soberano brandy, made by Spanish producers Gonzalez Byass back in the 1980s. The brandy within the bottle is a marvellous golden colour, not unlike the hue of a sunset on the shores…  More info

Gonzalez Byass Soberano (1L) - 1980s

Caballero Decano Brandy - 1990s

100cl, 36%
Luis Caballero

A bottle of Caballero Decano Brandy, produced back in the 1990s. The label features a bottle of Caballero Decano Brandy, on which there's a label that features a much smaller bottle of Caballero…  More info

Caballero Decano Brandy - 1990s

La Huertana Brandy Reserva - 1980s

100cl, 36%
La Huertana

We reckon this bottle of La Huertana Brandy Reserva was produced all the way back in the 1980s. Destilerías La Huertana is still around today, producing a variety of spirits in Spain. This bottle…  More info

La Huertana Brandy Reserva - 1980s

Brandy 501 2L - 1970s

200cl, 37%
Carlos y Javier de Terry

This is an antique 2 litre bottle of Brandy 501 produced in the 1970s. A classic Spanish brandy, which you can still get your hands on today. This bottle was part of a private collection - if…  More info

Brandy 501 2L - 1970s

Brandy 501 (1L) - 1950s

100cl, 0%
Carlos y Javier de Terry

We think that this collectible bottle of Brandy 501 (a rather famous Spanish brandy that you can still get your hands on today) was produced back in the 1950s! Back then, the bottles were presented…  More info

Brandy 501 (1L) - 1950s

Luis G. Gordon y Doz Coñac Jerezano - 1933-44

75cl, 0%
Luis G. Gordon y Doz

This is an ancient bottle of... Ahem... Coñac Jerezano, produced by Luis G. Gordon y Doz between 1933 and 1944. Now, let's be clear. Since it was produced in Jerez, Spain, this is most certainly not…  More info

Luis G. Gordon y Doz Coñac Jerezano - 1933-44

Bram 3 Year Old Brandy - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Bram

This is a bottle of Bram 3 Year Old Brandy, which we think was produced in the 1970s in Spain. Unlikely to be related to the author of Dracula, Bram Stoker. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Bram 3 Year Old Brandy - 1970s

Montplet Vieux Very Old Brandy - pre-1964

75cl, 0%
Montplet

This Montplet brandy states on the bottle that it is a 'very old brandy'. Given that it was distilled before 1964, I think it's fair to say it's a very old brandy in more ways that one! This…  More info

Montplet Vieux Very Old Brandy - pre-1964

103 Brandy Bobadilla Selecto - 1970s

38cl, 36.5%
Manuel Fernandez

An old bottle of 103 Brandy Bobadilla Selecto. Between 1930 and 1989, the company was named Bobadilla Y Cia as you can see on the label, before the brand merged and changed its name to Bodega…  More info

103 Brandy Bobadilla Selecto - 1970s

Carlos III Solera Reservada (1L) - 1980s

100cl, 37%
Pedro Domecq

An old 1980s bottling of Spanish grape brandy from Jerez, Osborne's Carlos III Solera Reservada which, as you may gather from the name, has been aged in a solera system. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Carlos III Solera Reservada (1L) - 1980s

Osborne Veterano (1L) - 1970s

100cl, 0%
Osborne

A collectible one litre bottling of Osborne Veterano brandy from Spain. We reckon this was bottled during the 1970s, and the iconic bull can be seen round the bottle neck. Please note that the…  More info

Osborne Veterano (1L) - 1970s

Pedro Domecq Fundador Spanish Brandy - 1970s

75cl, 39%
Pedro Domecq

An old bottle of Fundador Spanish brandy from the Pedro Domecq winery in Spain, produced in the 1970s. Fundador is a very fun word, although it literally translates to 'founder'. This bottle was…  More info

Pedro Domecq Fundador Spanish Brandy - 1970s

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