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Diego Zamora

Back in 209 BC when the Romans conquered Carthago Nova, they encountered the Liqvor Mirabilis (marvellous liquid), produced and infused from local fruits and herbs. The Romans banned the production and consumption, but the Carthaginians continued in secret, and it was this liquid that inspired the recipe of Licor 43.

Fast forward to Spain in 1946, when Mr. Diego Zamora with his brother and sister, Angel and Josefina, and the support of Emilio Restoy, Josefina’s husband, started to bottle the liqueur themselves. And so, the Diego Zamora group was formed. It was during the 1960s that Spain began to see the influx of thousands of tourists, many of whom tried Licor 43 on their visit and spread the word when they returned home. After this, they began exporting the liqueur.

In the 1980s, Diego Zamora built a yacht to sail 27,000 miles from Cabo de Buena Esperanza to Cabo de Hornos. At the same time, the brand sponsored and participated in the Whitbread Round the World Race, in a bid to engage consumers.

The first new addition to the brand in 70 years was introduced in 2016 in the form of Licor 43 Orochata, inspired by the iconic Spanish drink ‘horchata’, and in 2018 a coffee expression was released, Licor 43 Baristo.

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres

70cl, 31%

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

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres
10
$20.98

Licor 43 Orochata

70cl, 16%

Licor 43's Orochata is a luxurious liqueur made using a traditional Horchata recipe (a Spanish beverage made with tiger nuts as the primary ingredient) combined with Licor 43. The name itself is a…  More info

Licor 43 Orochata
3
$18.78

Licor 43 Baristo

70cl, 31%

Just when you thought Licor 43 couldn't get any tastier, this delicious drop strolls in. Yes, the folks behind Licor 43 have made a coffee-based variation of the phenomenal liqueur, featuring coffee…  More info

Licor 43 Baristo
$24.22

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres - 1970s

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

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres - 1970s
$51.67

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres (Red Label) - 1970s

We think that this stylish bottle of Licor 43, a famous Spanish liqueur made with a selection of 43 herbs and fruits, was produced back in the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection -…  More info

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres (Red Label) - 1970s
$77.51

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres (Red Label) - 1960s

100cl, 31%

We think that this bottle of Licor 43 was produced all the way back in the 1960s, making it well over 40 years old. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed…  More info

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres (Red Label) - 1960s
$77.51

Green-Fish Lemon Gin - 1960s

75cl, 0%

A bottle of Green-Fish Lemon Gin, produced in Spain in the 1960s. The bottle is handsomely presented in a bottle covered in paper, which does look smart, it does somewhat hide what is perhaps the…  More info

Green-Fish Lemon Gin - 1960s

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