Izarra 54 is made with a recipe which harks back to a similar one produced by Izarra back in the early 1900s, with the original ABV (54% - modern bottlings are bottled at 40% ABV). The blend of herbs… More info
An incredibly vibrant liqueur, Izarra Green is flavoured with peppermint. As fresh as Will Smith in the early 1990s, this bottling was actually produced in the 1970s. More info
A rare 1980s bottling of Izarra green peppermint liqueur!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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A 1970s bottling of Izarra Green, a French peppermint liqueur. It comes complete with the original box and is "the sun and the snow of the Pyrenees", apparently. More info
Produced in Bayonne and coloured with saffron, Izarra Yellow is a herbal liqueur with a nutty, almondy taste. This 1970s example comes complete with its original box. More info
A rare bottling of sweet French liqueur from the 1950s! Izarra is from the (French) Basque Country and was first made in 1904. More info
Of the two Izarra French herbal liqueurs, Izarra Green is the marvellously minty one (whereas Izarra Yellow is more focused on almond flavours). Mightily refreshing over ice or in a cocktail... More info
Izarra Yellow is a famous French liqueur made with a blend of 13 plants and spices, resulting in a flavour profile packed with sweet almonds and honey notes. Great over ice, and makes for a handy… More info
A traditional liqueur, Izarra Yellow is flavoured with 13 herbs that combine to create a delicate, nutty taste, not dissimilar to almonds. This bottling comes from the 1960s. More info
This is a very collectible 1970s bottling of Izarra Yellow, the less minty of the two Izarra liqueurs (Izarra Green is all about that peppermint). These antique liqueurs are well worth checking out,… More info