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Herb Liqueur
A brilliantly diverse category, encompassing the monastic liqueurs like Chartreuse alongside Italian classics such as Amaretto and Sambuca, cult drinks like Jagermeister and old stagers like Kummel. Many herb liqueurs contain dozens of different ingredients, the exact constitution and combination of which is invariably a jealously-guarded secret.
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35cl / 42%
A small bottle of Benedictine that we think was bottled in the 1950s.
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£79.95
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95cl / 16%
A great looking bottle of Artishoque from the 1960s - an artichoke heavy amaro.
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£79.95
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75cl / 30%
A Quina liqueur from Italian company Buton. We can help but like the unique bottle that this is presented in. We estimate that this particular presentation was originally from the 1960s.
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£79.95
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100cl / 11%
An old 1980s release of Aperol Barbieri. Aperol is a low strength aperitif which has been very popular in Italy since its conception in 1919.
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£79.95
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100cl / 40%
An old litre bottling of bitter Fernet Amaro from Superga in Torino. We estimate this dates from the 1970s.
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£79.95
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70cl / 26%
An old, quirky-looking bottle of Cusenier's excellent named Freezomint Créme de Menthe Liqueur. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1970s.
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£79.95
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35cl / 42%
An old 1960s half bottle of Benedictine's famous D.O.M liqueur. Produced in France, this herbal liqueur has become well-known across the globe.
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£79.95
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35cl / 42%
An old half bottle of Benedictine D.O.M liqueur which we estimate was bottled sometime in the 1980s.
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£79.96
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75cl / 25%
An old bottle of Marie Brizard Anisette, probably bottled around the 1950s.
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£84.95
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50cl / 20%
A 1950s half litre of rhubarb-based Italian amaro Bergia Rabarbaro.
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£84.95
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50cl / 21%
A pretty 1960s half-litre (50cl) bottle of aniseed liqueur from Italian producer Meletti.
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£84.95
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70cl / 40%
An old Benedictine D.O.M Liqueur from sometime in the 1970s. Benedictine Liqueur is still going strong these days, and has built up quite a reputation over the years.
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£89.95
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100cl / 30%
An old bottle of Elixir China produced by Cora. Named after the Chinaroot, a source of quinine, which it contains, rather than the country. Pronouned 'kee-ner', we estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
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£89.95
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100cl / 21%
A litre bottle of bitter Italian China, bittered with cinchona bark, produced by Isolabella in the 1960s.
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£89.95
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100cl / 21%
A litre bottle of bitters from Bordiga, which we estimate dates from the 1950s. Produced in Italy, this has a rather eye-catchingly bright label.
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£89.95
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100cl / 21%
A litre bottle of bitters from Bordiga. We estimate this was produced in Italy during the 1950s. The label states it is both an aperitif and a digestif and is rather pretty and reminiscent of the age.
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£89.95
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100cl / 31%
An old litre bottling of Riccadonna Elixir di China. We estimate that this was bottled sometime in the 1970s.
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£89.95
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100cl / 16.5%
Cynar (pronounced chinar) is a much loved Italian bitter liqueur, named for the artichokes (Cynara Scolymus) that are the main flavouring ingredients. We estimate this litre bottle dates from the 1970s.
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£89.95
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47cl / 45%
A very rare 1960s bottle of kummel made by the Branca brothers in Italy, who today are considerably more famous for their Fernet and Menta bitter tonics. Please note that the level in this bottle is rather low.
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£89.95
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100cl / 55%
A litre of this extra aged edition of herby favourite Chartreuse. The VEP stands for Vieillissement Exceptionnellement Prolongé, meaning "exceptionally prolonged aging", in this case at least 8 years.
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£95.75
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