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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!

Amaro di Angostura

70cl, 35%
Angostura

An amaro derived from Angostura's world famous aromatic bitters! Enjoy over ice or to add depth to cocktails.  More info

Amaro di Angostura

Pagès Verveine du Velay - 1970s

70cl, 50%
Pagès

Verveine du Velay Auvergne liqueur bottled in the 1970! It was made with 32 plants and herbs including verbana. This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed information and…  More info

Pagès Verveine du Velay - 1970s
$146.00

Pagès Verveine du Velay Green - 1970s

50cl, 50%
Pagès

A rare bottle of Verveine du Velay - "emblem of the Auvergne gastronomy since 1859!" - dating from the 1970s. Made with 32 plants including verbana. This bottle was part of a private collection.  More info

Pagès Verveine du Velay Green - 1970s
$94.90

Amaro Lucano - 1990s

100cl, 21%
Vena & Figli

A 1990s bottling of Amaro Lucano! You can still get your hands on bottles of this today - however, the massive eagle is much more pronounced and intense-looking on this collectible bottle than on the…  More info

Amaro Lucano - 1990s
$116.80

Vlahovac Maraska - 1970s

100cl, 36%
Maraska

A rare old bottle of this bitter cherry aperitif made with herbs, it dates from around the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed information and photographs of this…  More info

Vlahovac Maraska - 1970s
$175.19

Ivlas Americano - 1960s

100cl, 16.50%
Ivlas

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. Ivlas…  More info

Ivlas Americano - 1960s
$218.99

Pallini Ferrochina Baliva

100cl, 21%
Pallini

A bittersweet herbal liqueur from the Italian company, Pallini. It's named after the doctor that came up with the recipe back in the later 1800s, Dr. Baliva, and features cinchona at its core.  More info

Pallini Ferrochina Baliva
$33.86

Schrobbelèr

100cl, 21.50%
Schrobbeler

A kind of Netherlands Kräuterlikör from Tilburg made with 43 herbs, Schrobbelèr takes its name from the Dutch for a textile worker who spins wool.  More info

Schrobbelèr
$21.71

Josef Meier's Kräuter Likör

70cl, 30%
Josef Meier's

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

Josef Meier's Kräuter Likör
$17.11

Schipperbitter

100cl, 30%
De Kuyper

Schipperbitter is a Dutch herbal liqueur which you can enjoy well chilled or in a mixed drink - and they also recommend trying it in hot chocolate, which sounds rather tasty indeed. It has a ship's…  More info

Schipperbitter
$24.50

Terschelling Schylger Jutters-Bitter

100cl, 30%
Schylger

Schylger Jutters-Bitter is a herbal liqueur which originated from the Island of Terschelling in the northern Netherlands. The name of this warming treat is a reference to beach-combing ("jutter" in…  More info

Terschelling Schylger Jutters-Bitter
$26.86

Grunneger Krudenbitter

70cl, 30%
Grunneger

An old-fashioned style of herbal bitters from the Grunneger range. Very handsomely presented and packed to the brim with intense herbal notes. A good splash of this will certainly stand out in your…  More info

Grunneger Krudenbitter
$21.52

Sonnema Berenburg

100cl, 30%
Sonnema

Made with herbs and jenever, Berenburg is a bit like a Dutch amaro. Sonnema is one of the most popular Berenburg brands and hails from Dokkum in the northern province of Friesland.  More info

Sonnema Berenburg
$27.87

Weduwe Joustra Beerinnenburg

70cl, 30%
Weduwe Joustra

Beerenberg from Sneek in Friesland, the Netherlands. Founded in 1864, Joustra was the widow of Hendrik Beerenburg, the spice merchant credited with first creating this style of drink from herbs and…  More info

Weduwe Joustra Beerinnenburg
$23.11

Weduwe Joustra Beerenburg

100cl, 32%
Weduwe Joustra

Beerenberg from Sneek in Friesland, the Netherlands. Founded in 1864, Joustra was the widow of Hendrik Beerenburg, the spice merchant credited with first creating this style of drink from herbs and…  More info

Weduwe Joustra Beerenburg
$27.11

Jachtbitter

100cl, 30%
Herman Jansen

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

Jachtbitter
$28.10

Hooghoudt Kalmoes Beerenburg

100cl, 30%
Hooghoudt

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

Hooghoudt Kalmoes Beerenburg
$26.92

Morozoff Green Tea Liqueur - 1950s

Morozoff

A crème de thé vert from producer Morozoff, thought to date from the 1950s. Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable…  More info

Morozoff Green Tea Liqueur - 1950s
$175.19

Deniset-Klainguer Grande Liqueur de Sapins

70cl, 40%
Distillerie Deniset-Klainguer

Fancy a refreshing postprandial beverage but looking for something a little different? The Grande Liqueur de Sapins from Deniset-Klainguer would certainly fit the bill - produced using over a dozen…  More info

Deniset-Klainguer Grande Liqueur de Sapins
$38.95

Sanley Liquore Amarissimo - Late '60s/Early '70s

75cl, 40%
Sanley

Sanley Liquore Amarissimo from either the late 1960s or early 1970s. Evidently very bitter, and also featuring a pretty fantastic label.  More info

Sanley Liquore Amarissimo - Late '60s/Early '70s
$160.59

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres - 1970s

Diego Zamora

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. Please note that the label does not…  More info

Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres - 1970s
$175.19

Bardi Elixir di China - 1950s

75cl, 27%
Bardi

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

Bardi Elixir di China - 1950s
$175.19

Pilla Elixir China - 1970s

75cl, 21%
Pilla

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

Pilla Elixir China - 1970s
$146.00

Farmac-Zabban Elixir China - 1960s

100cl, 0%
Farmac-Zabban

A 100cl botling of Elixir China from Italian company Farmac-Zabban, who are still around today (producing lots of medical things!). A rare antique. Please note that the label does not state the…  More info

Farmac-Zabban Elixir China - 1960s
$218.99

Toschi Bitter Aperitivo 1l - 1950s

100cl, 21%
Toschi

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

Toschi Bitter Aperitivo 1l - 1950s
$262.79

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