From Italian producers Scardina comes this rare bottle of Amaro del Povero, made in the 1960s. While it is a very stylish piece, sadly the printed "label" has faded in places, particularly on the…
At over 40 years old, this rare old bottle of Chinato delle Langhe from Giordano is a rather attractive collectible piece. We believe it was made using cinchona bark, similar to Elixir di China and…
Ancient Pietro Chiesa Cremlino Liquore Secco, produced between 1949 and 1959. The label features some Kremlin-looking buildings, which will be where the "Cremlino" part of the name comes from.…
An antique bottle of Isolabella Amaro 18, features 18 different infused herbs and spices (hence the massive 18 on the label). It was first produced in the 1870s, though this rare bottle comes from…
A 1970s bottling of Bram Amarello, rare and collectible. Apparently it's also rather light, according to the label, which describes it as "Leggerissimo", perhaps one of the best translations out…
Possible the most pleasingly named product on this website. Trying saying it slowly in your best Italian accent: "Gualtiero Marchesi Amaro di Noci".
Flavoured with walnut, it was produced by…
Herbal digestif liqueur from Tre Valli in Italy. This 100cl bottle of their Amaro is over 40 years old, as it was produced in the 1960s.
A rare 1970s bottling of Petrus Boonekamp l'Amaro, enjoyed after a meal to aid digestion. They say if you go looking, try your hardest and truly believe in yourself, you can still find bottles of…
An early 1980s bottling of Cora Formula Antica Plus Amer, well preserved and collectible. Enjoy after a fine meal.
Antique Amaro Antico, produced using a selection of herbs and spices by the Italian company San Marco in the early 1980s. Typically enjoyed after a large dinner to aid digestion.
This is 1960s bottle of Angelini Punch all' Elisir Kina, an Italian herbal liqueur which most likely features the bitter notes of cinchona bark.
Another bottling of Sarti Fynsec, once again produced between 1949 and 1959. However, this one differs in many ways to another bottling we have in our Antique Spirits collection, including the colour…
A 1960s bottle of Amaro liqueur, produced by the Italian company Sanley. This round, stout bottle is rather handsome, although some of the labels around it have become a little bit frayed over the…
Well this is quite something. A dry Italian liqueur created by Lisotti whose "long and deep research" was supposedly influenced in some extraneous fashion by an incident in 1349 that saw Edward III…
Bottled in the 1960s, this Elixir di China from Martini & Rossi is a bitter italian digestive liqueur made with cinchona bark.
Ancient Amaro from Italian producer Landy Freres, made in the 1970s. How can we tell it's from Italy? Well, if you look really closely, you might notice some Italian flags on the label and even…
Rare and collectible, this is a rad bottle of Radaelli Elizir China, a bitter-sweet digestif liqueur from Italy. We believe it was produced over 40 years ago, in the 1960s.
An interesting ancient drink, produced in the 1960s and has remained in good condition ever since. Just to be sure, this is a bottle of Chavin Arquebuse, not to be confused with an Arquebus, a type…
This is a 1960s bottling of Bruyèr Amaro, made to be enjoyed after a hearty meal.
This interesting, angular piece is a bottle of Doppio Kummel from renowned wine and vermouth producer, Gancia. Kummel is more popular in Holland and Germany, though evidently the Italian market…
This is an ancient bitter-sweet Italian herbal liqueur, which we believe to have been produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959. It is made from cinchona calisaya, a classic ingredient which…
This is a rare bottle of Cerasola Alpicella herbal liqueur, which was made with a selection of 32 herbs. This hard-to-find bottle comes to us from the days of yore, as it was produced between 1949…
A pleasingly bitter digestif liqueur produced by the Italian company Cora in 1969. The bitter-sweet flavour profile in Elixir China liqueurs comes from the use of cinchona bark, which is a good…
We believe this antique bottling of Bénédictine herbal liqueur was produced all the way back in the 1940s - over 60 years ago! It's a small bottle, estimated to be 37.5cl, although sadly the label…
This is a 1970s bottling of the mellow Chartreuse Yellow, produced in Tarragona, Spain and bottled at 40% ABV. Chartreuse is a fascinating herbal liqueur, made with a gamut of herbs and spices to a…