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Honey Liqueurs

There are a wide variety of liqueurs that are flavoured with honey, and often they are also made with herbs and spices. Popular examples include Germany's Barenjager liqueur and the famous Polish quaff, Krupnik.

Old Krupnik Honey Liqueur 40%

70cl, 40%
Krupnik

Made using several varieties of Polish honey, and a selection of traditional herbs, this honey liqueur is superb served over ice, or neat.  More info

Old Krupnik Honey Liqueur 40%
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Choya Royal Honey Umeshu

70cl, 15%
Choya

Produced by Japan's Choya company, this is a very unusual liqueur made with a base of Umeshu (a Japanese ume plum liqueur). It's also flavoured with top-quality honey and royal jelly. The bottles…  More info

Choya Royal Honey Umeshu
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Irish Mist (37.2%) - 1970s

68cl, 37.2%
Irish Mist Liqueur Co

Irish Mist was originally produced in Tullamore way back in the 1940s, becoming one of the first whiskey liqueurs commercially produced in Ireland. It's made with triple-distilled Irish whiskey,…  More info

Irish Mist (37.2%) - 1970s

Baileys Crème Caramel

70cl, 17%
Baileys

A very tasty variant on the incredibly popular Baileys Irish cream liqueur. This crème caramel version is sweet, toasty and laden with vanilla.  More info

Baileys Crème Caramel
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El Mulato Honey Cream Rum - 1970s

70cl, 25%
El Mulato

This is a honey and cream liqueur with a Caribbean rum base produced in the 1970s. This is both collectable and a great ingredient for an antique cocktail.  More info

El Mulato Honey Cream Rum - 1970s

Bols Kummel - 1960s 75cl

75cl, 34.3%
Bols

Bottled in the 1950s, this is an ancient Kummel liqueur (a sweet, spicy caraway seed-flavoured liqueur) produced by the Bols company in The Netherlands.  More info

Bols Kummel - 1960s 75cl

Brandymel 1L - 1960s

100cl, 40%
Socristinas

Brandymel is a liqueur produced in Portugal based around the flavours of honey, along with a selection of herbs. We think that this collectible bottle was produced during the 1960s - over 40 years…  More info

Brandymel 1L - 1960s

Drambuie Honey

Drambuie

This is a rare antique ceramic jug of Drambuie Honey, which (according to the label) has been produced using Drambuie. A very cool collectible for fans of the classic Scotch whisky liqueur. This…  More info

Drambuie Honey

Brontë Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur - 1970s

70cl, 34.2%
The Brontë Liqueur Company

A ceramic jug of Brontë Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur, produced all the way back in the 1970s. Yes, named after that particularly talented Brontë family, those ones behind all those classic…  More info

Brontë Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur - 1970s

Arehucas Crema de Ron-Miel - 1960s

75cl, 40%
Arehucas

A rum-and-honey-based liqueur from Arehucas, produced back in the 1960s. The bottle looks more like a mace from the olden days when maces we a thing, which is pretty cool indeed. This bottle was…  More info

Arehucas Crema de Ron-Miel - 1960s

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