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Fruit Liqueurs

Fruit Liqueurs are made with variety of different fruits. Popular orange liqueurs include Mandarine Napoléon and Cointreau (a renowned variety of triple sec ). A variety of other fruits is used; including Raspberry, Blueberry and Banana, and more exotic fruits including Melon (Midori Melon being a superlative) and Pomegranate (Pama Pomegranate for example).

Liqueurs/fruit Liqueurs

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Made with orange peel and agricole rhum by Bielle on Marie-Galante, a dependency of Guadeloupe. The distillery recommends using it in place of Grand Marnier, or else with flambéed bananas, pancakes or...  More info
$39.12
Chambord Liqueur - 1970s
(75cl, 16.50%)
This rather regal-looking-chap is a 1970s bottling of Chambord Liqueur. An awesome collectible, this. Ought to be a great piece for antique cocktail enthusiasts.  More info
$148.72
This handsome piece of history is a 1960s bottling of Cherry Brandy made by Italian producers Bardinet. While the bottle and label may look pretty cool (they definitely do), they do not seem to note...  More info
$185.90
Cointreau - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
Zestiness from the seventies! This is an antique bottle of Cointreau liqueur, perfect for cocktail enthusiasts exploring the flavours of yesteryear.  More info
$148.72
A handy bottle for antique cocktail enthusiasts - this is a 1968 bottling of Peter Heering Cherry Liqueur.  More info
$185.90
This 1970s bottle of Bols' Apricot Brandy gives us a window into the history of the Dutch company, including how their bottles looked before they got the rather streamlined-looking vessels to hold...  More info
$185.90
A rare set from the early 1990s including a 70cl bottle of Southern Comfort and a glass tumbler in original packaging.  More info
$111.54
A handsome orange liqueur from Sánchez Romate, best known for their Sherry and Brandy de Jerez.  More info
$52.92
Hardenberg Persico
(70cl, 18%)
Hardenberg Persico is a cherry-flavoured German liqueur which evidently was rather popular in the 1970s (although the font and pattern on the label looks a little bit '90s). Bold, juicy notes of sour...  More info
$15.63
This is a 1960s bottling of Graf Keglevich Framboise Himbeergeist - very rare indeed. Himbeergeist is a type of Schnapps produced by distilling neutral spirit and fresh raspberries. The name comes...  More info
$223.08
A Leopold Bros. whiskey liqueur, combining the sweet, vibrant flavours of cherries from northern Michigan and their whiskey. They blend the juice and the whiskey, and then put the liqueur back into...  More info
$58.61
Traditional tangerine-flavoured brandy liqueur - "The Original South African Liqueur" - from top producer KWV. This bottle date from the 1970s.  More info
$185.90
The Somerset Cider Co. blend the juice from the Kingston Black cider apple, one of the most renowned varieties of cider apple, along with their apple brandy to create this sweet aperitif. Light...  More info
$15.54
A mandarin-flavoured liqueur from Isolabella (famous for their Isolabella Amaro 18). They use Sicilian mandarins to create this bright, zesty liqueur, which would make for a wonderful aperitif (and...  More info
$20.67
A traditional orange liqueur from French producer Trenet.  More info
$22.85
Triple Sec liqueur, produced by Martini & Rossi for Duval at some point between 1949 and 1959. A rare collectible for years gone by - ought to be very interesting for cocktail enthusiasts looking to...  More info
$223.08
A very collectible bottle of Corfou Kumquat Liqueur, produced over 50 years ago in Greece. Should be very interesting indeed...

Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this product and...  More info
$223.08
A 1970s bottling of this French liqueur made with mandarin oranges and Cognac. Back then the label read "Grande Impériale Liqueur" rather than "Grande Cuvée Liqueur".  More info
$148.72
A Curaçao liqueur is a must for cocktail enthusiasts - so an antique Curaçao is a must for antique cocktail enthusiasts! This is a 1950s bottling of Cusenier Curaçao Orange. Very rare indeed...  More info
$185.90
Pimm's No.1 Cup - 1l
(100cl, 25%)
For when your garden parties are just a bit bigger than usual, here's a 1 litre bottle of the unmistakable British summertime drink, Pimm's No.1 Cup. Best stock up on lemonade, strawberries, orange...  More info
$28.95
Italian Rabarbaro, which we think was made between 1949 and 1959. These types of liqueurs are made to have intense notes of rhubarb at their core, often supported by other herbs and spices.  More info
$278.85
A very well-kept bottle of Zucca Elixir Rabarbaro, a classic rhubarb flavoured bitter aperitif liqueur. This bottle comes from the 1970s. Surely this would spark the imagination of antique cocktail...  More info
$185.90
We always seem to mention Idris Elba in these Oude Meester bottling notes because he's featured in their television adverts, but always forget Siyabonga Radebe, the South African star who appears...  More info
$185.90
Summer Fruit Cup
(50cl, 31.20%)
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth has done it again, and this time he’s concocted the perfect Summer quaff. This fine spirit is crafted by macerating Strawberries, Cucumber, Orange and Mint in pure wheat...  More info
User Rating:  (3 Reviews)
$40.20
A tasty Raspberry-flavoured gin liqueur made in Edinburgh using Scottish Juniper, and other botanicals, and an infusion of delicious, crisp Scottish raspberries. Very good stuff.

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$25.48
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