Bonal Apéritif - 1940s Bottling Note
An antique bottle of the French herbal liqueur, Bonal Apéritif. The recipe features the ever-popular and bitter-sweet cinchona bark, a lovely source of quinine. This rare bottle was produced over 60 years ago, in the 1940s. Bonal (pronounced Boh-NAHL) can still be found on back-bars in France, perfect for stimulating your appetite before a meal.
Sadly, the label has suffered ample damage over the years and been torn. We're also unsure about the viability of the liqueur within the bottle, so we recommend that this be kept as a collectible piece.