Old Liquors News

Boxes of Old Liquor arrive in South Florida

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Finally, a year later than planned, more than 100 crates filled with the rarest port, madeira, and oldest cognac and spirits on Earth were unloaded today in South Florida.

We had many nightmares during the over two-week journey from Rotterdam to Port Everglades, Florida. We are so happy that none of the two containers containing the crates fell overboard. We have been able to comply with the dreaded Customs inspections in the USA and to avoid potential customs complications that may arise when bringing in more than 10,000 bottles of old beverage. Our bottles are now safe in the Customs warehouse in Miami until the new showroom is ready and sales and deliveries can begin.

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PREVIEW OLD LIQUORS SHOWROOM

Old Liquors Showroom Davie Florida

And finally, the new showroom, a replica of our Cognac cellar in Breda, The Netherlands, arrived six months later in Davie, Florida. The construction kit that we designed, built and dismantled in the Netherlands and put in the container is finally there. The cargo ship docked yesterday in Port Everglades and was quickly cleared by customs. Unpacking and construction can start as soon as the mechanics and carpenters from the Netherlands can enter America again

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Old Liquors Inc. signs lease USA office

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The new head office of Old Liquors Inc. is located in Davie, Florida. Now that the lease has been signed, the focus is on obtaining local permits and approvals. The date of the grand opening will be announced shortly.

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Old Liquors Asia opens in Hong Kong

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For the first time, Old Liquors is going to sell parts of the collection directly to Hong Kong and to mainland China. Today, Old Liquors Asia Ltd was founded.

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Old Liquors Magazine USA

Dust covered passion

DUST COVERED PASSION

The world's largest collection of old liquors

TEXT LIESBETH BLIEK

He unlocks the door and I follow him into a cool, faintly lit room with ancient beams and red tiles. Rows and rows of dusty bottles of cognac, armagnac, port, chartreuse and other liquors stand proudly together.

 

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