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Spanish Liqueurs

Spanish Liqueurs

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A sweet Spanish anise-flavoured liqueur, produced by Osbourne (who are well for their brandies, too). The name of Anis del Mono's creator is still included on the label - Vincente Bosch.  More info
Banana flavoured liqueur from Arehucas, produced in the 1970s. It even has some sort of action packed picture on the label of a banana being sliced by a ninja so quickly, all the pieces fall apart at...  More info
We place this bottle of Arehucas Ron Miel Doramas, a rum based liqueur produced in the Canary Islands, as being made in the early 1980s. The bottle features somebody hanging out with a goat in front...  More info
Produced by the Aviz company in Sangalhos, Portugal in the 1960s, this is, we think, an anise-flavoured liqueur. It's really hard to tell. The name translates as "frosty anise Imperial wine". Does...  More info
This is a lovely tropical liqueur from Destilerias Bandama, made in the 1960s and flavoured with chocolate.  More info
A mint liqueur from the 1960s. Frappe-tastic.  More info
This is a 1970s bottling of a delicious (and very retro-looking) mint liqueur - or licor de menta - from the Spanish company Bandama. A great addition to any backbar!  More info
An established name in the liqueur business, Bardinet still make some great spirits. This is a Maraschino from the 1980s.  More info
Calisay - 1960s
(100cl, 33%)
This tall chap is a bottle of Calisay, a herbal liqueur full of quinine and cinnamon, bottled during the 1960s.  More info
Calisay - 1970s 1l
(100cl, 33%)
Bottled in the 1970s, this is a litre bottle of Calisay - an ancient Spanish liqueur flavoured with aromatic herbs.  More info
Chinchon Anis - 1970s
(100cl, 0%)
This is an aniseed liqueur from the 1970s. It has a smart label but the top seal is damaged.  More info
Spanish curaçao made by Deva in the 1960s. I've been learning Spanish using an app on my phone and using this expertise I can tell you this is a red curaçao as the label says "rojo". I am available if...  More info
A half bottle of Domecq Anis Dulce, an anise flavoured liqueur, produced during the 1960s. "Dulce" is Spanish for "sweet", so it's safe to say that in its heyday it featured some sweet, sugary notes...  More info
This is liqueur from Fernet was bottled back in the 1970s. Antique spirits are becoming more and more popular with mixologists for making cocktails with that extra something. Somthing which this...  More info
A 1950s bottle of Gross Hermanos Vino Quinado, produced in Malaga, Spain. It calls itself a 'gran reconstituyente', which translates to 'great tonic'.  More info
A Spanish liqueur made with citrus and vanilla. It is actually made with 43 different ingredients, which is where the name comes from, including Cuarenta Y Tres - which is 43 in Spanish. The history...  More info
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Licor 43 is a famous Spanish liqueur, unsurprisingly made with a selection of 43 herbs and fruits. We think that this bottles was produced back in the 1970s.

Please note that the label does not...  More info
This is a very shiny bottle of Luis Caballero Ponchelo Orange Brandy Liqueur, produced back in the 1970s. You can still get your hands on this stuff today, though it's presented with a slightly...  More info
Master Pastis - 1960s
(93cl, 45%)
A 1960s bottling of an old and ancient Pastis from Spain. Coincidentally, Master Pastis was my stage name during my circus magician days.  More info
This is a peach flavoured liqueur bottled in the 1970s and thanks to the process of oxidisation it can give concentrated peach flavours to a cocktail or vintage punch.  More info
This is a rare 1960s bottle of Bendor aniseed-flavoured liqueur from the Ricard company in Marseilles. Very fresh-tasting and rather collectible.  More info
An antique anise-flavoured liqueur from the decade before the merger of Pernod and Ricard. This is a 1 litre bottling released in the 1960s.  More info
A rum and toffee flavoured liqueur from the Spanish Ron Aguere range, presented in a rather stylish metal bottle. You'll want to be serving this nice and cold, perhaps over ice or alongside a sweet...  More info
A very rich treat from the Ron Aguere range, mixing well well-matured rum with sweet, flavoursome honey - a good pairing the accentuates the honey notes found in aged rums.  More info
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A tasty Spanish schnapps made by Teichenné. These are strawberry flavoured and they make a lovely cocktail, or you could use them to create an interesting dessert.  More info
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