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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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Agave Sec Liqueur
(50cl, 40%)
A French liqueur made by combining triple sec with agave nectar from Mexico. This is the first liqueur of its kind, and it takes its inspiration from the cocktail Tommy's Margarita which is made with...  More info
Bolivian Coca Leaf liqueurs are said to date back to the De Medici family with Rudyard Kipling going as far as to state that they were made "from the clippings and shavings of angels' wings".

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Amaro Cora - 1960s
(100cl, 26%)
Rare Amaro from the 1960s. This collectible Italian digestif was produced by the Cora company, founded in 1835, using herbs and bitter roots.  More info
Amaro Montenegro
(70cl, 23%)
A classic Italian liqueur made with a wide (though secret) selection of herbs and spices, Amaro Montenegro is bittersweet and makes for a fantastic after-dinner tipple. Originally created in 1885, it...  More info
Antique Amaro Montenegro - what a treat! We think this bottle of the classic Italian postprandial drink, made with a wild variety of herbs and spices, was produced in the 1970s.  More info
A pleasantly bitter digestif from Croatian producer, Maraska. Amaro Zara is a mix of aromatic herbs that should be served after a meal in a glass with plenty of ice with a slice of lemon.  More info
A bright, earthy herbal liqueur from GrandTen Distillers in Boston, Massachusetts. Based around the subtly sweet and aromatic notes of the Angelica Root, this charming and complex liqueur is sure to...  More info
Produced in the 1960s, this is an Italian liqueur from the Angelini company, flavoured with various alpine herbs.  More info
This is 1960s bottle of Angelini Punch all' Elisir Kina, an Italian herbal liqueur which most likely features the bitter notes of cinchona bark.  More info
This bottle of Aperitivo Biancosarti comes from between 1949 and 1959, made by the Sarti company in Italy. The bitter-sweet liqueur was made to be enjoyed before a meal. The ingredients included...  More info
This is a very old and rather rare bottle of Aperitivo Biancosarti, produced between 1949 and 1959. It is a popular bitter-sweet aperitif liqueur made with roots, herbs and flowers by Sarti in Italy...  More info
(70cl, 11%)
A classic rhubarb and orange flavoured aperitif from Italy. The original recipe for Aperol dates back to 1919. The drink gained great popularity after the Second World War and is quite similar to...  More info
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Bitter-sweet liqueur made with cinchona bark, a good source of quinine. It was made in Asti, Italy, during the 1970s.  More info
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
This is a 1970s bottling of a delicious (and very retro-looking) mint liqueur - or licor de menta - from the Spanish company Bandama. A great addition to any backbar!  More info
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
We place this bottle of Bardini Aperitif Bar as coming from some time between 1949 and 1959, over 50 years ago. An antique aperitivo from Italy.  More info
An Italian liqueur from Bardini, featuring the distinctive flavours of the noble artichoke, in a similar way to Cynar we can only imagine. This rare bottle was produced between 1949 and...  More info
Beccaro Turinet Aperitivo Amaro, produced back in the 1970s. An awesome looking antique bottle with a very detailed label - rare and collectible stuff, this.  More info
(70cl, 38%)
One of the very best liqueurs Eastern Europe has to offer, Becherovka is a fine Czech tipple with an almost cult-like following. It is made to a secret recipe, but it certainly reminds one of...  More info
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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
A dark, rich liqueur from Italian producers, Bepi Tosolini, made with infusions of liquorice from Calabria. A fine digestif liqueur, though it would also work rather well alongside a sweet pudding, we...  More info
We do love a good rabarbaro: classic rhubarb flavoured bitter aperitif liqueur from Italy! This one is estimated to date, extraordinarily, from around the 1950s.  More info
Rare Rabarbaro made by Bergia in the 1970s. Bitter-sweet like an amaro and made using roots from the rhubarb plant to give it a fruity flavour. Absolute classic, this is.  More info
Another fantastic combination liqueur from Bernard Loiseau and Gabriel Boudier, this time raspberry and thyme, full of fruity hedgerow character.  More info
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