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Cusenier Apricot Brandy (61°Proof) - 1950s


Cusenier Apricot Brandy (61°Proof) - 1950s

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Cusenier Apricot 61° '50s

An old but shiny bottle bottle of the Cusenier Apricot Brandy, produced in the 1950s. Perfect of an antique Apricot Sour cocktail, an ancient English Rose cocktail, or to just enjoy neat. Bottled at 34.9% ABV.

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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Cusenier Apricot Brandy (61°Proof) - 1950s Reviews

Highly recommended by Jenny Cox

My friends and l drank this sweet little bottle for my 15 th wedding anniversary and enjoyed it , especially when l googled it and found out how much it might have cost ! Luton rocks ! We have taste and connections ! How much is the empty worth now I've rescued it from the recycling box ? What can we save from our ignorance ?

18th September 2017

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