This is a reproduction of an late 19th-century French print for the drink Quinquina Dubonnet. Quinquina is a sweet, wine based alcohol that is flavored with fruit and other spices, and was originally intended as a treatment against malaria. Quinquina Dubonnet was invented in 1846 and over the next 100 years its popularity continued to grow throughout the country. It became one of France's best known aperitif (an alcoholic drink consumed before a meal).
The prints are individually shrink-wrapped on a cardboard backing.
- Minimum order of 4.
- Image measures 11" (27.9 cm) x 14" (35.5 cm).
- Four color printed on 130 lb poster paper.
- Printed in the United States.