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Herb Liqueurs

Herbal Liqueurs are very popular, and there are many famous examples often made by Monks, and often made to age old recipes with tens, if not hundreds, of ingredients. Chartreuse and Benedictine are both Monastic liqueurs. A number of herbal liqueurs were first created for medicinal use!

Liqueurs/herb Liqueurs

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Fernet-Branca bitter liqueur flavoured with peppermint, bottled in the 1960s!  More info
$183.85
Martini Bitter 100cl
(100cl, 25%)
This is a 1 litre bottling of Martini Bitter, a classically styled bitter aperitif relaunched by the famous Italian producers in celebration of their 150th anniversary. Bursting with orange peel...  More info
$33.94
A caraway seed-based Kummel liqueur from legendary Dutch distillers, Bols. We believe this bottle was made in the 1960s. Over the years, it's become rather dusty and dirty.

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$183.85
This bottle of Buton ELixir di China has been very well looked after since it was produced between 1949 and 1959. A very collectible herbal liqueur, made with cinchona bark.  More info
$220.62
A rare set from the early 1990s including a 70cl bottle of Southern Comfort and a glass tumbler in original packaging.  More info
$110.31
Borsci Elisir San Marzano was created first by Giuseppe Borsci back in 1840, after refining a recipe inherited from his ancestors. An intense, enjoyably bitter Italian liqueur, well suited to sipping...  More info
$35.73
A herbal digestive liqueur with a name that could be the heavy metal alias of that bloke from the social network movie. It has an umlaut.  More info
$14.31
1950s Kummel (a sweet liqueur often made with cumin, caraway seed and fennel) from the Relsky brand, who were also producers of vodka during that period.  More info
$220.62
A refreshing herbal liqueur from American producers Leopold Bros in Colorado. Using a selection of botanicals found in the Rocky Mountains, this liqueur evokes thoughts of skiing weekends on Alpine...  More info
$53.99
Ah, funky, funky, Francoli Punch al Rhum di Fantasia dating from the 1970s! You can feel the vibe from here to Asia, dip trip flip fantasia.  More info
$183.85
A 1950s bottle of Gross Hermanos Vino Quinado, produced in Malaga, Spain. It calls itself a 'gran reconstituyente', which translates to 'great tonic'.  More info
$275.77
Ah yes, one of those Punch di Rhum Fantasia liqueurs from yesteryear. This one was produced by Baldoni in the 1970s, and features what looks to be a very fuzzy picture of the sun or maybe half of a...  More info
$183.85
A whole litre of Drambuie 15 Year Old. One of the most well-known whisky liqueurs around the world, Drambuie is rich in classic Scotch whisky flavours, complimented by additional notes of heather...  More info
$66.40
Izarra Green
(70cl, 40%)
Of the two Izarra French herbal liqueurs, Izarra Green is the marvellously minty one (whereas Izarra Yellow is more focused on almond flavours). Mightily refreshing over ice or in a cocktail...  More info
$36.97
Made with Commanderie vintage sweet wine and extracts of aromatic herbs from the mountains of Cyprus. This bottling dates from the 1970s.  More info
$110.31
A pretty darn beautiful bottle of Vieille Cure herbal liqueur from the 1970s. Looks like one of those stained glass windows - immeasurably cool.  More info
$147.08
An antique Greek liqueur from the 1950s, which we think might have been made using mastic tree resin.

Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is...  More info
$183.85
Rich, herbal Amaro liqueur from Italian producers Benvenuti, which we think was made back in the 1970s. A very special way to finish off a hearty meal...  More info
$183.85
Fancy exploring the world of antique aperitivo liqueurs? Why not start with this 1970s bottling of Toschi Bitter Aperitivo, a handsome piece to start a collection with.  More info
$183.85
A 100cl botling of Elixir China from Italian company Farmac-Zabban, who are still around today (producing lots of medical things!). A rare antique.

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$220.62
An Italian liqueur produced by Pilla in the 1970s. Elixir China is often enjoyed as an aperitif liqueur, though its popularity has slightly waned over the years.  More info
$147.08
A 1950s bottle of Bardi's Elixir di China, produced using cinchona bark to give it a pleasingly bitter flavour profile, making it a top choice for enjoying as an aperitif. If you're interested in...  More info
$220.62
Lochan Ora is a whisky liqueur made with Chivas Regal whisky and flavoured with honey and herbs.  More info
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$39.59
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
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$42.82
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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User Rating:  (5 Reviews)
$25.20
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