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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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Spanish curaçao made by Deva in the 1960s. I've been learning Spanish using an app on my phone and using this expertise I can tell you this is a red curaçao as the label says "rojo". I am available if...  More info
When they weren't busy making their excellent Fernet Branca, the Italian liqueur and wine makers Branca also made a Maraschino liqueur. This bottle comes from between 1949 and 1959. Over the years...  More info
A relic from a long forgotten age (okay, maybe the '50s aren't completely forgotten, but they were a while ago). This antique bottle of Drioli Maraschino liqueur comes from the 1950s. The bottle is in...  More info
An Australian white curacao made by Kingsley Ltd. in the 1940s. A very well preserved antique liqueur that is over 60 years old! Use it to play chess with a whole lot of other antique spirits, and...  More info
A very old bottle of Samson Cashew Apple Fenny, which is made in India using cashew apples, which look absolutely nothing like apples at all. They look like peppers. Go on, Google it and tell me they...  More info
There's probably some sort of pun here to be said about this absolutely ancient bottle of Bols Creme De Bananes liqueur which was produced over 40 years ago in the 1960s. It would most likely go along...  More info
A classic looking bottle of Sarti Cherry Brandy which we think was made between 1949 and 1959. Even on the label, you can see a rather classy scene of two glasses, filled with what we can only assume...  More info
Cherry Brandy, made by Isolabella years and years ago. We think it was made between 1949 and 1959, meaning it's over 50 years old. A rare piece for spirits collectors. The label has been torn in...  More info
Made in the 1950s by Wynand Fockink (whom are still around today) in Amsterdam, this curious bottle has four compartments in it, each with a different liqueur inside. While two of the compartments are...  More info
Orange Brandy, made by Stock in Trieste, Italy. Produced between 1949 and 1959. The kind of antique you'd expect Indiana Jones to enjoy after a hard day pilfering rare artifacts when he wants...  More info
Very, very old liqueur from Sarti. This cheerful bottle contains Curaçao Bianco Triple Sec which we believe to have been produced between 1949 and 1959.

Please note that the label does not state...  More info
A wonderfully rare 1960s bottling of Peter Heering's famous Danish cherry liqueur.  More info
Italian cherry brandy, made by Buton at some point between 1949 and 1959. Only a time traveller could tell you which exact year it was made, but sometimes mystery is part of the charm of these antique...  More info
Galliano Liqueur, made with citrus, vanilla, anise and ginger, from the 1970s. It comes in the classic tall, slender bottle.  More info
Baitz Cherry Liqueur is an Australian drink that has been made for decades upon decades but still continues to be rather popular Down Under. This antique bottle was produced in the 1950s and features...  More info
When you put the words "Baker" and "Cherry" in the same sentence, you're probably expecting some sort of delicious cherry pie. Not this time, friends! This is a 1960s bottle of Baker Cherry Brandy...  More info
An antique from the 1950s, this is Curaçao Triple Sec made by Cazanove in France. Produced a ridiculous number of years ago (more than I can count on all my fingers and toes), this is a proper...  More info
A bright, beautiful bottle of Cazanove Peach Brandy from the 1960s. This bottle has been very well designed, apart from that fact that they didn't put the abv and volume on the label!

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A 1967 bottling of Echte Kroatzbeere, a German blackberry liqueur which is still being produced and winning awards today! The bottle and label design hasn't even changed all that much either! History...  More info
This bottle of Marie Brizard Cherry Cordial was made in the 1950s and bottled for the American market. Just think, those hip 1950s folks probably saw this and though "Check out that cool new Marie...  More info
From French liqueur champions Marie Brizard comes this antique Peach Cordial, made for the American market in the 1950s!  More info
This bottle of Cointreau from the 1980s is particularly dusty, like all good antiques shows be. Cointreau is a very well known French orange liqueur which really adds a good deal of zesty citrus notes...  More info
Giffard Manzana Verde
(70cl, 18%)
Made by Giffard, the Manzana Verde is an intense apple liqueur made with concentrated apple juice. Vibrant and crisp, it's like walking through an orchard and tasting all the Bramley apples at once...  More info
A is for Apple. B is for Berentzen. C is not for liqueur, but this 1960s Berentzen Apple Liqueur sure does look lovely!  More info
94cl, or 1 US quart, or 33.3 fl.oz of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge from the 1960s. No matter how you say it, that's more than a regular bottle! A rare collectible.  More info
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