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Nutty Liqueurs

Nut Liqueurs are made from a variety of different nuts. Frangelico, for example, is an Italian hazelnut liqueur, and Amaretto has an almond flavour (although it is actually made using apricot pits!)

Wray & Nephew Coconut Rum - 1980s

75cl, 43%
J Wray and Nephew

Antique flavoured rum from Wray & Nephew, made with their Jamaican white rum and flavoured with coconut, for an exotic flavour profile. This rare bottle was produced in the 1980s, which is surprising…  More info

Wray & Nephew Coconut Rum - 1980s

Mahiki Coconut Rum Liqueur (blue Hawaiian label)

70cl, 21%
Mahiki

A coconut flavoured rum liqueur from the Mahiki nightclub in London. Prince Harry's been there, you know. That's why they use a photo of him looking all harassed in their marketing material. The…  More info

Mahiki Coconut Rum Liqueur (blue Hawaiian label)
$18.94

Malibu Snowcoco 2012 Limited Winter Edition

70cl, 21%
Malibu

This is what happens why you cross Malibu with a snow globe. This is malibu with snow-like flakes of coconut swirling around inside.  More info

Malibu Snowcoco 2012 Limited Winter Edition

Frangelico 50cl

50cl, 20%
Frangelico

Frangelico is a top notch nut liqueur made with wild, toasted hazelnuts from the north Italy, as well as cocoa and vanilla. Delicious.  More info

Frangelico 50cl

Giffard Noisette D'Anjou (50cl)

50cl, 25%
Giffard

A French Hazelnut liqueur from Giffard.  More info

Giffard Noisette D'Anjou (50cl)

Carsetti Amaretto Classico - 1950s

75cl, 28%
Carsetti

An old and rather handsome antique bottle of Amaretto, the famous sweet almond-flavoured Italian liqueur. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get…  More info

Carsetti Amaretto Classico - 1950s

Malibu - 1970s

70cl, 28%
Malibu

A 1970s bottling of the classic Malibu rum-based liqueur. Interestingly, the Piña Colada was named Puerto Rico's national drink in the 1970s, right around the time when this bottle would have been…  More info

Malibu - 1970s

Landy Freres Amaretto Riserva dell' Amorino - 1980s

70cl, 24%
Landy Freres

Back in the days, archery was all the rage. Even in the 1980s, you could see people advocating the benefits of archery in all manner of obscure places, like the labels of Amaretto liqueurs. We just…  More info

Landy Freres Amaretto Riserva dell' Amorino - 1980s

Benoit Serre Donjon - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Benoit Serres

A bottle of Benoit Serre's Donjon liqueur, which (using very rudimentary knowledge of the French language and Google) we have figured out is some type of Cognac and almond tipple. We think this…  More info

Benoit Serre Donjon - 1970s

Romano Vlahov Prunelle 1933-44

Romano Vlahov

An antique bottle of nutty Italian sloe liqueur thought to have been produced at some point between 1933 and 1944. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos…  More info

Romano Vlahov Prunelle 1933-44
$69.06

Clovis Reymond Eau de Noix - 1970s

70cl, 30%
Clovis Reymond

Produced by Clovis Reymond, a French distillery founded in Périgord in 1834, this particular edition of Eau de Noix was bottled in the 1970s. Eau de Noix is a French liqueur made from crushed and…  More info

Clovis Reymond Eau de Noix - 1970s
$41.43

Pierre Vigier Eau-de-Noix - 1960s

100cl, 0%
Distillerie Clermont-Ferrand

A walnut-based liqueur from the Pierre Vigier brand (unlikely that it was named after the French theoretical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier) by Distillerie Clermont-Ferrand back in the 1960s. This…  More info

Pierre Vigier Eau-de-Noix - 1960s
$41.43

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