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Marie Brizard are a French producer of liqueurs and fruit syrups.
This is a very rare 1980s bottling of Marie Brizard's Charleston Follies - a French liqueur made in Bordeaux and flavoured with passion fruit. Very collectible, with smart packaging. More info
Similar to how the Megazord in the Power Rangers is made of five dinosaur-shaped robots, this bottle is made of four different liqueurs, each contained within its own compartment. It was made by… More info
This is a rare bottle of Marie Brizard Anisette Superfine, which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959. A rather stylish antique, and we do agree with the label - it is super fine. More info
Lots of little liqueurs! This Marie Brizard liqueur selection pack was produced in the 1970s and comes with 7 mini bottles of their most famous flavours - Menthe, Cacao, Anisette, Parfait Amour,… More info
Dating from 1955, this rare anise-flavoured liqueur was produced in France by Marie Brizard for the Italian market. More info
A small and very cool antique bottle of Marie Brizard Apry Apricot Brandy liqueur, produced back in the 1950s! An absolutely gorgeous looking piece of spirits history...
Please note that the label… More info
This is a Marie Brizard cacao vanilla liqueur from the 1950's. More info
This is a cacao flavoured liqueur from the 1960s, the time in bottle has allowed the flavours to concentrate and makes this ideal for vintage cocktail making. More info
This bottle of Marie Brizard "Chouao" liqueur was made all the way back in the 1950s and features a scenic, tropical scene on the label. It is highly unlikely that this still tastes like chocolate… More info
Made with violets harvested in Toulouse by Marie Brizard, their Violette Essence Liqueur is a light, aromatic and vibrant drink, very reminiscent of Parma Violets. Works great splashed in a G&T if… More info
A 1960s bottle of French aniseed liqueur from Marie Brizard, bottled for the Italian market. Great in a variety of classic cocktails. More info