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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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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
$266.59
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
$213.27
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
$319.91
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
$213.27
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
$213.27
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
$533.18
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
$266.59
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
$213.27
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
$38.33
An aperitivo-style liqueur from Italian company, Lazzaroni. Yep.  More info
$21.15
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
$213.27
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
$31.07
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
$177.73
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
$266.59
This is a very well preserved bottling of Bénédictine, the classic 19th century herbal liqueur made by the rather clever Alexandre Le Grand. It was produced in the 1970s, and obviously someone wasn't...  More info
$213.27
A bottle of classic Bénédictine, the scrumptious herbal liqueur from France, bottled at 69° Proof (or 39.5% abv, if degrees proof is a bit out of date for you) in the 1970s. An antique piece.  More info
$142.18
A small bottle of Bénédictine, Alexander Le Grand's herbal liqueur. Most good and most great indeed, both of them! It was bottled in the 1960s at 41.7% abv.

Please note that the label does not...  More info
$88.86
34cl of Bénédictine herbal liqueur, produced in the 1970's. While the traditional bottle design is a classic, there are reports of a new bottle design in the pipeline, which look rather swell indeed.  More info
$71.09
Herbal liqueur from the 1970s, well preserved for over 30 years. It even comes wrapped in cellophane to protect it from dust and negative thoughts (maybe not that last one). A collectible half bottle...  More info
$71.09
We all know that back in the 1950s, cupboard space was a bit hard to come by because concentrated juice hadn't been invented juice and all they had was massive bottles of orange squash. Luckily, to...  More info
$533.18
Gancia Aperitivo - 1949-59
(100cl, 18.50%)
Aperitivo from long ago! This ancient bottle from produced by Gancia in Piedmont at some point between 1949 and 1959. It is a pity that they have not continued to use the same font for their logo any...  More info
$213.27
50cl of Zucca Elixir Rabarbaro from over 50 years ago! A very rare bottle indeed. Despite having the name "Zucca", which is Italian for "pumpkin", it's actually made with rhubarb.  More info
$106.64
Bitter-sweet liqueur made with cinchona bark, a good source of quinine. It was made in Asti, Italy, during the 1970s.  More info
$177.73
This old botling of Italian liqueur from Buton probably dates from the 1950s. It's made with cinchona bark to add 'a pleasant fragrance to the tonic, which is of remarkable quality'.  More info
$213.27
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 safe...  More info
$177.73
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