Brun-Pérod, Bonal - Apricot Brandy, Bonal Gentiane Quina - b. 1940s, 1950s - not stated, circa 75cl & 35cl - 2 bottles

Description
Brun-Pérod, Bonal - Apricot Brandy, Bonal Gentiane Quina - b. 1940s, 1950s - not stated, circa 75cl & 35cl - 2 bottles
Apricot Brandy - Quinquina - Not mentioned

*Apricot Brandy Distillerie Brun - Pérod from Voiron, House founded in 1807.
Apricot brandy is a liqueur made from an infusion of apricots in neutral alcohol or wine brandy.

- No capacity stated although bottle is around 0.75 litre in size.
- No degree of alcohol indicated on the bottle.
- Good level
- Capsule a little damaged

*Quinquina Bonal Gentiane Quina .
Quinquina is an aperitif wine flavored with various plants including, traditionally, cinchona bark which contains quinine.

- No capacity stated although bottle is around 0.35 litre ?
- No degree of alcohol indicated on the bottle.
- Slightly lower level
- Capsule a little damaged

The age of the bottles is given as an indication but is really not certain

Lot details
Spirits type
Apricot Brandy - Quinquina
Distillery/ brand
Brun-Pérod, Bonal
Name/ edition
Apricot Brandy, Bonal Gentiane Quina
Region
France
No. of bottles in lot, other than 1
2
Volume on label
not stated, circa 75cl & 35cl
Alcohol %
Not mentioned
Bottling period
1940s, 1950s
Original packaging
Yes
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