Hayman's 1820 Gin Liqueur is made with the same 10 botanicals as their gin, as well as sugar to add the sweetness which you would expect from a liqueur. As such, it's a rather sweet tipple, with… More info
A Kümmel from Hamburg, Helbing claims to be the original caraway liqueur, established 1836 and made to a closely guarded family recipe. More info
Beerenburg is made a herbal drink made with jenever as a base. Hooghoudt make their Beerenburg with calamus (also known as 'Sweet Flag') and cinnamon. More info
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… More info
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… More info
This is a rather interesting antique bottle of Ivlas Americano, a Italian aperitif. It's got an American dime on the label, which is a nice touch. We think this was produced in the 1960s.
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Izarra 54 is made with a recipe which harks back to a similar one produced by Izarra back in the early 1900s, with the original ABV (54% - modern bottlings are bottled at 40% ABV). The blend of herbs… More info
This is a very collectible 1970s bottling of Izarra Yellow, the less minty of the two Izarra liqueurs (Izarra Green is all about that peppermint). These antique liqueurs are well worth checking out,… More info
A bitter herbal drink from Germany, "a real traditional hunters’ herb drink". Yes, it's like that other one you're thinking of. More info
A very unusual and very interesting liqueur from Jade, made in very small batches. They flavour this stuff with Louisiana Perique tobacco - one of the rarest tobaccos in the world. Woody, oaky and… More info
A refreshing French Pastis from Jean Boyer, made with a lively selection of herbs and spices resulting in a sweet flavour profile with anise, almond and vanilla notes in spades. Great for long drinks… More info
From Jean Boyer's range of wonderful Pastis liqueurs comes the Pastis à Sève De Règlisse, which focuses around notes of liquorice, as well as featuring a number of other botanicals. Very bright and… More info
A herbal liqueur or kräuterlikör, popular with the on trade, that managed to ruffle Jägermeister's feathers a few years back. Remember, it's a Josef-Bomb, or a 'Jo-Bomb' if you use this stuff guys… More info
Jägermeister is German for the master of the hunt. This was first created in the 7th century, a blend of herbs, fruits and spices. The label is part of an old tale of Hubertas, who created the drink.… More info
A herbal liqueur produced by L. Ottoz between 1949 and 1959. Elixir Génépy is traditionally made using alpine herbs, which gives it connotations of refreshing mountain air, crystal clear springs and… More info
A liqueur based on that of Brother Raphaël, who is said to have worked at Chartreuse. The Carthusian monks kicked him out for helping a woman give birth, which is apparently against the rules even… More info
A French herbal liqueur, produced using a combination of Alpine herbs and spices, which we believe to have been made back in the 1980s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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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… More info
A Fernet-style amaro from Italian producer, Lazzaroni. Not quite a sweet as some other drinks of a similar style - it's much more focussed on the intense herbs and spices. More info
An antique bitter herbal liqueur from Germany, bottled in the 1960s. "Leibwächter", as we all know, translates to "bodyguard". Just imagine having this fine chap as your bodyguard. You'd feel so… More info
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
Produced in the 1970s by the Levi company, this is an Amaro - a bittersweet herbal liqueur made with various herbs and spices. This particular bottling is made with alpine botanicals. More info
A Spanish liqueur made with citrus and vanilla. It is actually made with 43 different ingredients, which is where the name comes from, including Cuarenta Y Tres - which is 43 in Spanish. The history… More info
Licor 43 is a famous Spanish liqueur, unsurprisingly made with a selection of 43 herbs and fruits. We think that this bottles was produced back in the 1970s.
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Legui is a herbal, rich liqueur from Argentina, best enjoyed neat or over ice. More info