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Posted 4 years ago


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I don't have a clue what cane liqer is I am polish and I now from story this bottle of alcohol was made by owner in 1836 in Germany call glika I belive its only one on that bottle have sign by orner on the glass from left says this bottle j.a. gilka berlin not to be sold on the right schu'tzen and I now was order for the weeding in 1911 special only one bottle for bride and groom no one opened that time so people forget and my 1002 yers old angel give it to me never see cristal alcohol inside the bottle no one still open and I have it ... if some one now more just say something thank you beata

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  1. mystylobo, 4 years ago
    I just want to now what is this my 102 yers old angel give it to me for my wedding
  2. mystylobo, 4 years ago
    and inside this bottle cristal clear liquer never opened
  3. Sizzle Sizzle, 4 years ago
    This is the first time in thirty years of bottle collecting that I have ever seen one that has not been opened.... Awesome.... You need to open it.... And drink it.... Be thirsty my friend !!! Very Nice - (:-))
  4. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 years ago
    Jägermeister had totally different ingredients. Both brands are very easy to research on the internet. I am sure you will find it if you try.
  5. aphonik, 12 months ago
    This is a bottle of Gilka Kummel. Kummel is a caraway-flavored liqueur that was popular in the 19th century and up until about 1950. It's a savory, sweet liqueur that doesn't have a huge following today, although the Gilka company is still in business and still makes this product. The dates printed on the lead foil seal are 1836-1911, which commemorates the company's 75th anniversary. The company was begun in 1836 but your bottle would date to sometime after 1911, and possibly as late as the 1930s or so. Cheers, Eric

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