Miniature liquor bottles
01 Cutty Sark Scotch whisky - seal unbroken, volume 90% intact
A Dutch windmill - not sure what the original contents was - has a spicy smell.
Product of Italy - Millifiori Cucchi - su ricetta delle Antiche Distillerie di Cernusco Milano. Seal is unbroken, and volume is 90% intact.
Coffee House liquor - product of West Indies. Bottle still sealed, but gentle shaking reveals some liquid, but difficult to ascertain.
Violet - Creme de violettes Benoit Serres 46 Rue des Recollets. in the shape of the Eiffel Tower, the liquor has evaporated to approximately one half of the original volume.
Vandermint liquor - ceramic bottle with tulip top. seal broken, but residual liquor still in bottle. Smells great!
Larsen and Co cognac. Cognac Larsen, le cognac des vikings. Clear bottle in the shape of a viking ship. Seal is unbroken, but contents are around 50% of original
Dolf Curacao Grange - Bottle still sealed, but unable to detect liquid on gentle shaking.
Triple Sec orange liquor - 70 proof. Bottle empty.
Jacquin's Forbidden Fruit Liqueur - made by Jacquins of Phil. PA. Seal intact, and liquor appears at original volume.
Curacao Tripple Sec - Bordeaux. Seal is unbroken, but leaking.
Cointreau Liquor - France. Seal is unbroken, but shrunken - unable to detect liquid on gentle shaking.
MacLeod's Isle of sky Scotch Whisky. Seal is intact, volume 90% intact. This miniature was not collected by my father - I gave this to him in the early 1980's after a visit to Sky
Dolfi Peach Brandy - product of Strasbourg, France. Seal is unbroken. evidence of liquid on gentle shaking.
Bols - Creme de Bahamas - in a ceramic Dutch clog. Seal is broken and bottel is empty. There is residual liquor in the bottom of the bottle.
Dimple Scotch - John Haig and Co Ltd. Label is damaged, the original wire netting surrounding the bottle has mostly corroded away, but the seal is largly intact. Liquor appears 100% intact.
Vecchia Romagn Buton Brandy (Italian). Liquor level - 80% - some loss from leakage and evaporation.
A motorbike made from old CUB beer stubby tear-off lids.
This offering is a collection of miniature bottles of liquor that were collected in the 1950's and 1960's by my
, who flew aircrew with the RAAF to many places around the world.
These bottles are still with their original seals mostly intact (except where noted), but over time, some of the contents have diminished through evaporation, or leakage.