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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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This is a rare 1950s bottle of Frédéric Bernard Fine Grande Liqueur, produced in Dijon, France. It's got a picture of (who we assume to be) Fréd on the label, look quite pious indeed.  More info
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$223.08
All the way from Italy comes this rare bottle of Savis Amaro Felsina, a bitter aperitif made with cinchona bark and with an added hint of orange for sweet, balancing flavours. We believe that this...  More info
$278.85
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
$58.79
Absolutely ancient Amaro from Italy! This bottle of Fabbri Gran Bar, made using a selection of herbs and spices was produced over 50 years ago, between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$223.08
The etymology of "Alchermes" comes from the Persian 'qermez' meaning cochineal red, but the colour of this liqueur actually comes from kermes, a different insect altogether to the Armenian cochineal...  More info
$139.43
A bottle of Bénédictine B&B, which stands for Brandy & Bénédictine, a combo popular (and tasty) enough to be bottled together. This rare antique was produced in the 1950s. Bottled at 43%...  More info
$334.63
Kina-Kina from the Italian liqueur producers, Pizzolotto. This bottle was produced between 1933 and 1944. But what is Kina-Kina, you ask? Is it similar to Lillet Kina, the tonic wine made with plenty...  More info
$278.85
Italian herbal liqueur, made by Fabbri between 1949 and 1959 - over 50 years ago! From what we can tell, Fabbri Jolanda was made using a fine blend of aromatic Alpine herbs and presented in a handsome...  More info
$223.08
An antique bottle of the French herbal liqueur, Bonal Apéritif. The recipe features the ever-popular and bitter-sweet cinchona bark, a lovely source of quinine. This rare bottle was produced over 60...  More info
$334.63
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
$278.85
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
$223.08
This is a rare bottle of Brotta Drupa Liqueur, produced in the 1940s in Cornuda, Italy. Somehow, we don't think that this was what inspired the name of the world's biggest printing equipment...  More info
$334.63
A rare bottle of S. Giuliano Liquore Carciofo produced in the 1960s. You can tell because "carciofo" means "artichoke" in Italian. Also, because it's got a massive artichoke on the label. However you...  More info
$223.08
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
$223.08
An antique bottle of herb-infused liqueur, perhaps similar to Elixir di China. We believe this China Calisaia to contain cinchona, one of the major ingredients in Elixir di China, so it could be quite...  More info
$557.71
Made by Ferrol in Italy, at some point between 1949 and 1959 we believe, this bottle of Grande Certosa Liqueur is quite an interesting antique piece. Even the chap on the label looks rather intrigued...  More info
$278.85
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
$139.43
A 1960s bottling of Pizzolotto Amaro Felsina, a type of herbal liqueur that we can only assume is similar in style to the Ramazzotti Amaro Felsina, which has notes of orange and vanilla alongside the...  More info
$223.08
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
$40.09
An aperitivo-style liqueur from Italian company, Lazzaroni. Yep.  More info
$22.12
A rare bottle of Elixir di China made by Italian liqueur producers Nannini in the 1960s. These bitter liqueurs are often made with bitter cinchona bark, making them excellent digestif liqueurs.  More info
$223.08
This is an intriguing Tonic Liqueur from American producers, Bittermens. Yes, you read that correctly, Tonic Liqueur - Bittermens Commonwealth Tonic Liqueur sits at 21% ABV and is made to be...  More info
$41.63
A German herbal liqueur inspired by the mythical story of two brothers who conquered the Jungfrau, the most fearsome of the Swiss Bernese mountains. It is said that the brothers were aided by...  More info
$32.50
Pimm's No.1 Cup - 1970s 1l
(100cl, 34.60%)
A 1 litre bottle of Pimm's No. 1 Cup, the classic British summertime drink. The bottle was produced in the 1970s, a rare find for drinks collectors out there. Sadly, the box has been dented a bit over...  More info
$185.90
An antique bottle of Vlahov Amaro Zara, an aromatic liqueur made with plant and herb extracts blended to create a well balanced and bitter digestivo to be enjoyed after a sizeable meal. We believe...  More info
$278.85
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