This right here is a bottle of Park Gate Whisky, released by Stock in either the late 1960s or the 1970s. As you can probably guess from the name, the label features a park gate. More info
This is an old Italian Orange Brandy, made by the Stock company of Trieste during the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Exploring the world of liqueurs from years gone by on your antique cocktail ingredients quest? Then check out the bottle of Cherry Brandy from the 1970s, produced by Italian distillers, Stock! This… More info
Kümmel is made with Caraway for a distinctive flavour, this bottling dates back to the 1960s! More info
A bottle of anisette from the 1960s! Produced by Stock, this is a rare anise flavoured liqueur. More info
A 1980s bottle of sweet Italian vermouth from producers Stock of Trieste. More info
A 1960s bottling of rare dry gin from Italian producer Stock. More info
Packaged in the classic wrapped maraschino bottle, this was made in the 1960s by the Sotck company in Trieste, Italy. It was flavoured with marasca cherries from Dalmatia. More info
Produced in the 1970s by the Stock company, this is a delicious Amaretto liqueur, nicknamed "Dell'Orso" - Italian for The Bear. It was made in Trieste, Italy, and is very rare. More info
Dry gin from Italy. This bottle dates from the 1960s. Sterling. More info
A crisp and bittersweet Triple Sec orange liqueur, from the very apathetically named "Stock" company. This was bottled in 1957. More info
Produced in Trieste, Italy, by the Stock company, this is a rare bottle of Fernet, bottled in the 1960s. It's a herbal, bittersweet Italian aperitif flavoured with wine, herbs and spices. More info
Blended using "a selection of the finest whiskies" from Scotland "blended with special neutral spirit". Yum. A rare 1960s bottling from Italy that does not display an abv. More info
This bottle of Stock Antilles Rum looks like it has come straight from the 17th century, snatched out the hands of some cheeky pirate. In reality, it actually comes from the 1950s. It may still have… More info