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Herbal liqueurs made with mint offer the crisp, refreshing quality pertained to by mint, and can be used to make a variety of fantastic cocktails.
A rare 1980s bottling of Izarra green peppermint liqueur!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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For those enthusiastic about Creme de Menthe, antiques and funny, made-up words, you'll love this - a 1960s bottling of Cusenier Freezomint Creme de Menthe!
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An old bottle of rare mint and coconut flavoured liqueur from Greendom, thought to date from the 1980s. "Mint & Freedom" the bottle reads!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Cracking Créme de Menthe from the Wenneker range, produced in the Netherlands. A great cocktail ingredient... More info
A Dankowski rye vodka based liqueur from polish producer Sobieski. "That's mint!" More info
A vodka-based liqueur from Poland, made with a selection of dried fruit, spices and herb - this one has a particular focus on the refreshing flavours of mint! More info
A rare 1970s bottling of Italian peppermint chocolate liqueur from the Cesarini company. More info
A bottle of peppermint liqueur from the original GET Frères company, possibly dating back to the 1950s.
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An Italian mint liqueur dating from around the 1950s. "Graciale" suggests that maybe it's ice-fresh like that new Wrigley's chewing gum flavour, or maybe it's Fox's glacier mint flavoured? To be… More info
This is a bottle of PIP Peppermint liqueur from French producer, Cazanove, made in the 1970s. Sadly, it looks like someone has taken a felt-tip pen to the label and scribbled all over it.
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An Italian mint liqueur dating from around the 1950s. Unlike many similar liqueurs, Boschetti's is not startlingly bright green, although it does still have a green hue. More info
A mint, cream and brandy liqueur, produced in the 1970s. It was named after John Dowland, the lute-playing extraordinaire of the 1500s and his song that we all know. Sadly, over the years, the cream… More info
Made in the 1950s by Wynand Fockink (whom are still around today) in Amsterdam, this curious bottle has four compartments in it, each with a different liqueur inside. While two of the compartments… More info
This is a Marie Brizard Crème de Menthe from the 1960s. Crème de Menthe is an integral ingredient to the Grasshopper cocktail, which might be the only insect you could name a cocktail after without… More info
1950s Créme de Menthe from Jacquin's, presented in a beautiful tear-drop bottle. An excellent collectible piece that described itself as "Smooth" and "Delicious". More info
This is a very rare and rather retro-looking Italian peppermint liqueur. It was made in the 1960s in Milan, Italy by Baratti & Milano. The producers recommend you serve this with ice. More info
A French mint liqueur produced by Vedrenne, perfect for cocktails, long drinks or enjoying over ice. Perhaps gin, blackberry liqueur and a splash of this over crushed ice, kind of like a Bramble.… More info
All the way from Veneto, Italy, comes a new flavour of Luxardo Sambuca: mint! More info
Cusenier's Freezomint might have one of the best names for a Crème De Menthe ever, and it was released all the way back in the 1970s. More info
A clear Créme De Menthe liqueur from Gabriel Boudier's Bartender range. Suitable for cocktails where the refreshing hints of mint are needed, but the vibrant green colour from regular Créme de Menthe… More info
It's not easy being green, unless your'e a minty Créme de Menthe liqueur from Gabriel Boudier's bartender range. If so, it's pretty easy being green. More info
What do you get when you mix the already refreshing, Mediterranean-inspired flavours of Pastis 51 with the bright, cooling flavours of peppermint? Well, this. You get Pastis 51 Glacial Mint, a… More info
A rather handy liqueur from French producers Joseph Cartron - this Peppermint Blanc Liqueur capture the bracing freshness of your classic mint liqueurs, but it's completely clear (many mint liqueurs… More info
Are your cocktails calling out for a refreshing hint of mint? Then you'll want to add a splash of Joseph Cartron's Peppermint Vert Liqueur to the mix! More info
Bright green and jam-packed with minty freshness, this Creme De Menthe from Gabriel Boudier's Bartender Range would make for some gorgeous Grasshopper cocktails. More info