We already have three bottles identified. From left to right
First bottle may be Gekkeikan Junmai Skye Blue Sake, suggested by crypdex
Second bottle may be Bols Advocaat, suggested by OldPadawan
Third bottle is Midori, identified by kazzie.
Fourth bottle is Benedictine, identified by Yendor
Fifth bottle is Choya Umeshu plum wine, identified by ellison in ...
The label looks like Serbian, and says:
Гарантовано природна (garantovano prirodna) = Guaranteed Natural
стара 10 година (stara 10 godina) = Aged 10 Years
I don't see anything that identifies it further. But if this was offered as a "typical" Yugoslav gift, it might well be barrel-aged plum brandy (slivovitz).
I recognize Strega. It is a digestif from Benevento, Italy. Flavor can become unstable over time. Used in some modern cocktails as well. I don't have my books in front of me, but it is normally more yellow, from saffron. An herbal liqueur. There's recipes using it in the PDT book and sometimes in Imbibe magazine.
Starka does not age in bottles, and has no vintage, so I don't think it can be of any interest.
Tokay ages very well, and 70 years old one might be interesting. On the other hand, I have a serious reservations regarding Richon leZion wine-masters of 1947. I would expect something along the lines of Carmel wines, but less refined. It definitely has a great ...
Are you sure it wasn't the Brahma Malzbier? I've had regular Brahma before and it taste like any other watery pale lager from MillBudCoors.
The Malzbier is a beer that is dark and they add caramel and it's low alcohol and sweet.
Manufacture: American pale lager type beer in which, after filtration, caramel and ...