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Liqueurs

The range of the world’s liqueurs is vast and all-encompassing, and ranges from complex, crafted liqueurs which are excellent neat or over ice, to liqueurs intended as cocktail mixers. Nearly every country in the world makes liqueurs, and nearly every plant, fruit, spice, herb, flower and spirit is used in their production. A liqueur is essentially any alcoholic drink bottled with added sugar. By European law, liqueurs are spirit based, and be of at least 15% alcohol by volume, with at least 100g sugar per litre. Liqueurs are often flavoured with fruits, nuts, spices, herbs, flowers, cream, peppermint or even chocolate.

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Combier Crème de Pêche De Vigne (Peach)

The peaches used in Combier's Crème de Pêche De Vigne liqueur come from the Loire Valley. Subtly rich and aromatic, this ought to make for a sweet twist on a Peach Bellini.

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Combier Crème de Pêche De Vigne (Peach)
$28.66
Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur

A dark chocolate liqueur from the Austrian liqueur brand, Mozart. Decidedly decadent and rich, this pleasantly bitter and subtly sweet liqueur goes great over ice. Also, it looks like a giant sweet that an Ambassador might spoil you with, which is pretty cool.

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Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur
$20.30
Elixir D'Anvers - 1940s

An impressively old bottle of Elixir D'Anvers, a Belgian herbal liqueur (which is still enjoyed today!). This bottle was produced over 60 years ago in the 1940s and bottled at 33% ABV. Sadly, due to improper storage at some point over the years, bits of the cork have disintegrated and are now floating around in the liqueur. However, it still remains an excellent collectible for spirits enthusiasts. Please note that the label does not state the volume of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no warranty or undertaking regarding the contents.

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Elixir D'Anvers - 1940s
$330.92
Averna Amaro Siciliano - 1960s

Made with a blend of spices and herbs including cinnamon and gentian, imparting a great deal of bittersweet notes throughout, Averna Amaro Siciliano is a popular Italian digestif. Big fans of the brand would be excited to see this - a bottle of the flavoursome amaro produced in the 1960s.

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Averna Amaro Siciliano - 1960s
$220.62
Croizet Liqueur d'Orange Au Cognac - 1970s

An antique liqueur from the Croizet house, produced in the 1970s. From the label it looks like it was made with Cognac (perhaps their Napoleon expression, judging from the massive, Caps Lock "NAPOLEON" on the bottle) and orange essences. Sounds like a good combination! Sadly, the label have been slightly water damaged over the years.

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Croizet Liqueur d'Orange Au Cognac - 1970s
$220.62
Bertrams Van der Hum - 1970s

South African Van der Hum liqueurs have their history in the Dutch settlers making Curaçao-style liqueur with tangerines, but as the names of the original distiller was lost, 'Van der Hum' was used. This can be seen in the original tag still attached to this bottle titled "Mr. What's His Name"! Bertrams claims to be the original Van der Hum, with this bottle dating from the 1970s.

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Bertrams Van der Hum - 1970s
$73.54
Jägermeister - 1980s

It's that famous German digestif that many people enjoy with Red Bull in that drink you don't order on aeroplanes. This bottle dates from the 1980s and pleasingly says "amaro d'erbe" on the label.

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Jägermeister - 1980s
$110.31
J. Henkes Apricot Brandy - 1950s

From our Antique Spirits collection comes this 1950s bottling of Apricot Brandy, bottled at 24.5% ABV by J. Henkes in the Netherlands. A very cool, retro bottle. Please note that the label does not state the volume of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no warranty or undertaking regarding the contents.

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J. Henkes Apricot Brandy - 1950s
$220.62
Oude Meester Vanderhum - 1960s

A 1960s bottling of Oude Meester Vanderhum, which we believe to be an old South African liqueur. The portrait on the bottle is that of Ben Franklin, who still adorns bottle of Oude Meester brandy. Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no warranty or undertaking regarding the contents.

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Oude Meester Vanderhum - 1960s
$183.85
Chartreuse Élixir Végétal

Élixir Végétal de la Grande-Chartreuse was first made by the Chartreuse Monks in 1737 using a wide array of aromatic ingredients. Bottled at 69% ABV, it's a rather robust, powerful liqueur which can be served diluted in sugared water, or (rather interestingly) by dripping a few drops on a sugar cube.

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Chartreuse Élixir Végétal
$21.37
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