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Stock Triple Sec - 1949-59

(75cl, 40%)

Stock Triple Sec - 1949-59

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Stock Triple Sec '49-59 Bottling Note

A handsome, stout bottle of Triple Sec, made by Stock between 1949 and 1959. For antique cocktails that need a burst of orange flavour, this rare piece should do the trick.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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Stock Triple Sec - 1949-59 Reviews

The Musings of Stars & The Fists That Guide Them

The ultimate irony caused my lips to curl into a wry smile. "Stock" Triple Sec, as it was called. As though it were provided for the common tongue; the peasant palette. Fortunately I knew better, as did anyone even aware that such a handsome bottle existed: This was no bottom-feeder's liqueur. This was a gift meant for a higher-purpose, a purpose beset on all those who might deign to look down upon the rabble below.

Was it fortune or fate that this exquisite ambrosia was, to coin the phrase, in 'stock'?

2nd April 2020

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