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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).

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Apricot Liqueur from Italian liqueur maestros Sarti, produced in the 1960s. The label has torn very slightly over the years, but otherwise the bottle is a handsome collectible, or might just make some...  More info
$222.78
A handsome, stout bottle of Triple Sec, made by Stock between 1949 and 1959. For antique cocktails that need a burst of orange flavour, this rare piece should do the trick.  More info
$222.78
Choya Yuzu
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Choya Yuzu is a juicy, vibrant combination of Japanese Umeshu liqueur (made with plums) and the yuzu citrus fruit, which originated in East Asia. This makes for an interesting alternative to a number...  More info
$27.18
Monier Maraschino, made with marasca cherries during the 1970s. A neat collectible antique, presented in the traditional straw casing. Sadly, the label has faded slightly over the years.  More info
$148.52
We believe this to be a plum flavoured liqueur, produced by Giuseppe Marchetto between 1949 and 1959. Very rare and very old indeed.  More info
$148.52
Made between 1949 and 1959, this rare bottle of Vlahov Maraschino is an ancient piece for spirits collectors. Maraschino is made from the slightly sour fruit, the marasca cherry. This Vlahov bottling...  More info
$278.47
Antique Maraschino liqueur from the Buton company, produced in the 1970s. This is presented in a fairly untraditional bottle for a Maraschino, which is often tall and square - whereas this one is...  More info
$148.52
A well preserved bottle of Bonomelli Maraschino, a liqueur made from sour marasca cherries. It was produced in the 1960s, presented in the traditional straw casing and also features the odd red mask...  More info
$222.78
A 1960s bottling of Grand Marnier, which we believe to be part of their rare Cuvée Speciale range. It even comes in a fancy red-flocked bottle, though sadly the label is peeling and very slightly...  More info
$278.47
Triple Sec from Italian distillers Isolabella, who are well known for their Amaro 18. We believe this rare bottle of intense orange liqueur was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$222.78
An ancient triple sec with quite a lot of dirt on a label that is actually mostly intact. It's estimated that this Italian liqueur dates from around the 1950s.

Please note that the label does not...  More info
$1113.89
A French liqueur by Cusiner between 1949 and 1959. A stunning little antique from the talented liqueur producer.  More info
$222.78
Rare French Curaçao, made in Bordeaux by A. Teissèdre all the way back in the 1940s. This orange liqueur would go very well in an antique cocktail, perhaps a Mai Tai or splashed into a Margarita with...  More info
$334.17
Banana flavoured liqueur from Arehucas, produced in the 1970s. It even has some sort of action packed picture on the label of a banana being sliced by a ninja so quickly, all the pieces fall apart at...  More info
$185.65
1940s Blackberry Liqueur, straight out of the US of A. This antique bottle was produced by the American Distilling Company over 60 years ago under the Piping Rock brand. It is currently wrapped in...  More info
$371.30
Galdino Caselli produced this bottle of Liquore Prugna (plum liqueur) at some point between 1949 and 1959. The Italian distillery is still producing liqueurs today, and even still use the logo in the...  More info
$278.47
A bottle of Italian Triple Sec, made by D. Valle between 1949 and 1959. This old relic was designed in a very minimalist fashion - were sure plenty of modern designers would approve, as would...  More info
$334.17
This is an antique bottle of Montblanc Maraschino, which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959 in Rome. Sadly, the label for this cherry liqueur has sustained rather heavy water...  More info
$278.47
Classy-lookin' Cherry Liqueur, produced in the 1970s by Buton. A lovely decanter-style bottle, which even comes with a fancy-lookin' stopper. It's a little bit dirty, though it remains in good...  More info
$148.52
A very popular liqueur flavoured with mint and citrus. Aftershock Cool Citrus is packaged in a frosted glass bottle and the producers describe the flavour as being "shocking".  More info
$36.93
A 1980s blackcurrant liqueur from the Burgundy region of France.  More info
$111.39
This is a rare bottle of Triple Sec produced by the very famous Martini & Rossi between 1947 and 1949. Interestingly enough, they made a Triple Sec many years ago in a bottle which looked very similar...  More info
$278.47
A strawberry-flavoured liqueur from French producer, Dolfi, made in the 1970s. A handsome antique, though it has sadly suffered a few minor scuffs to the label.  More info
$148.52
Fremy Fils produced this bottle of Chesky Liqueur Exquise all the way back in the 1940s. "Chesky" is a portmanteau of "Cherry" and "Whisky", so it is perhaps unsurprising that this is a cherry...  More info
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$278.47
A rare bottle of Cusenier Apricot Brandy from over 50 years ago, presented in their funky bottle. Very collectible and, well, funky!  More info
$222.78
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