A wonderful creation from Atlantic Galician Spirits, Nordés gin uses a base spirit made with Alboriño grapes from Spain. They also use a range of twelve botanicals including hibiscus, march samphire and eucalyptus. A unique gin which has been given a great aromatic flavour from the base spirit.
Caorunn is a Small batch gin from Speyside, Scotland. The folks from the Balmenach distillery hand-pick botanicals including rowan berry and dandelion. Their recommended serve is to use an apple fan to garnish your G&T.
Absolut Raspberri is made exclusively from natural ingredients, and unlike some other flavored vodkas, it doesn’t contain any added sugar. It’s rich and intense with the fresh and fruity character of ripened raspberries.
The highly decorated 12 year old rum is bottled in a design which honours the flasks cast aside by Dutch sailors only to be caught by local sugar planters seeking a vessel for their early sugar cane spirits. El Dorado 12 year old has received numerous awards including Gold medals at the Beverage Tasting Institute of Chicago and ‘Best in Class’ at the International Wine & Spirit…
The very first bottle of Chase vodka was produced in April 2008 and took two years in the making. Each batch numbered bottle is a true labour of love, using traditional methods to produce the finest, smoothest vodka with true provenance. Chase vodka was voted Best Vodka by San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2010. Made in Herefordshire with potatoes grown on the family farm…
A rum punch from Cuban producer Legendario. Their Elixir De Cuba is made from a blend of rum and raisin extracts and then reduced down to 34% before bottling. A great addition to rum cocktails.
Like all great creations, Hardy Cognac began with an intensely passionate individual. Anthony Hardy relocated to France in 1863 to begin his Cognac creating journey. Many years, awards and accolades later, Hardy is the producer of one of the top Cognacs on the market. "To open a bottle of Hardy Cognac is to discover a rare work of art." The VS is a very affordable entry into th…
Like all great creations, Hardy Cognac began with an intensely passionate individual. Anthony Hardy relocated to France in 1863 to begin his Cognac creating journey. Many years, awards and accolades later, Hardy is the producer of one of the top Cognacs on the market - and we are proud to represent them within the UK. "To open a bottle of Hardy Cognac is to discover a rare work…
Armagnac is said to be the oldest spirit in the world, once used medicinally. It has been distilled since 1411 in the Armagnac region of south-west France from a blend of grapes including Ugni Blanc. It tends to be produced by small distillers rather than the large ones that dominate Cognac.
Bottled as part of the Grand Assemblages series from Darroze, this is an 8 year old Armagnac from the Bas Armagnac region. Expect a plethora of stewed fruits when sipping this.
This 12 year old is a superb Armagnac from the producers at Darroze, in the Bas Armagnac by Deal Top"> region. It provides all the character of the 8 year old plus a noticeable extra level of maturity.
The generations-old Darroze family has produced a marvellous 30 year old Bas Armagnac as part of their Grand Assemblages (the Great Blends) range. It’s based on a diversity in crus, vintages, grape varieties and styles, and comes together to produce a very rich Armagnac.
The bottle is inspired by ancient Greek vases, called Amphorae, which were used to carry wines and spirits. Wine distillates aged up to 7 years give METAXA 7 Stars a spirit of distinction, with a gold color and a full-bodied, raisiny...
Full of life, METAXA 5 Stars lies at the heart of the METAXA family. With a bottle inspired by ancient Greek architecture, its spirit captures the warmth of the sun.
Solera Reserva Brandy from the Brandy de Jerez D.E. The select standardisation of the eau-de-vies used for Magno have made it the leading brandy in this category. It is aged in the Osborne wineries in El Puerto de Santa María, following the traditional process for making sherry brandies.
A fine vintage Armangac from Baron de Lustrac, distilled in 1990 and aged in 420 litre oak barrels. For these releases we see only the finest eaux de vie used for the blending.
This brandy is obtained from holandas, low alcohol content wine eau de vies (65º), associated to distilled wine alcohols (94.5º); the product is left to age in American oak barrels which have previously been ?wined? with Oloroso Sherries following the dynamic traditional ageing system of Criaderas and Soleras.
This white Pineau des Charentes is made using the Ugni blanc, Folle blanche and Colombard grape varieties, combining the lightly fermented grape must with Cognac eau-de-vie. Golden in colour with hints of honey and dried fruits, and full rounded palate. Served chilled in a fluted glass 8-10 degrees, treat yourself to something different.
Hardys Pineau des Charentes Rose is made in the famous Cognac house signature style, packed with flavour but light and refreshing on the finish. Red berries, blackcurrants and a hint of sherry, the palate round and mellow, reshreshing on the final taste.
Produced from the Palomino and Airen grapes. Serve in a snifter at room temperature and warm the brandy by keeping your hand around the bottom. Perfect for sitting around the table and enjoying a conversation after a meal.
Solera brandy from the Brandy de Jerez D.E. Made out of the wine eau-de-vies produced in our Tomelloso Distillery, this brandy is aged in American oak barrels, that have previously been used to store fino sherry, using the traditional criadera and solera system.
Colour: topaz Nose: honey with a whiff of grapes, strong floral notes with a suggestion of wood Palate: mild, sweetness, harmonious bouquet with a taste of wine and notes of plums and nuts Finish: a subtle note of almonds
An exceptionally ginger-noted liqueur, this was originally designed to be enjoyed by King Edward VII by Berry Bros – just the sort of thing that the king would need after a morning ride or by sporting gentlemen and ladies. It’s a quirky drink that works well in a number of ways.
Midori is a premium liqueur with the refreshing taste of natural melon thats easy to mix, easy to drink. We use premium melon mainly from Yubari, Japans melon Mecca. Yubari melons account for just one percent of melon production in Japan. They only flourish in Yubari, where conditions are just right. They’re the hardest type of melon to grow. MIDORI mixes well with juices, sp…
Named after the wizard of wales and hailing from the Penderyn distillery, Merlyn Welsh Cream Liqueur is made from a blend of malted barley spirit and fresh dairy cream. It has a wonderfully smooth, mellow character, divine should be say.
Mekhong is Thailands first domestically produced branded golden spirit. Often confused for a whisky, Mekhong is in fact closer to a rum. The distilled spirit is made from 95% sugar cane/molasses and 5% rice then blended with a recipe of indigenous herbs and spices to produce its distinctive aroma and taste.
An excellent triple sec produced by the London Distillery Company (who make Dodd’s Gin) alongside the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. It blends together three types of orange, and is finally matured in American oak for a short period of time.
A liqueur containing a recipe that goes back to 1818, it has since then added great flavour to legendary cocktails including the Singapor Sling. Heering Cherry Liqueur is a must have in your cocktail cupboard.
A mixture of green and red rhubarb are used within this liqueur to produce the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. Try this with a sparkling white wine for an interesting and moreish drink.
Grown in China for over 2000 years, the Litchi Chinensisis tree produces deliciously sweet lychees. This liqueur from Edmond Briottet can be used as a wonderful ingredient for cocktails, or served on its own over ice.
Used widely to make jams and jellies, quince is like a cross between an apple and a pear in flavour. The Quince used in this liqueur are grown in the South of France, harvested when fully mature and left to macerate for around 6 weeks. This is a versatile liqueur that can be used in cocktails, but also in both sweet and savoury cooking.
The Hazelnut flavour in this liqueur really comes through. This is a great bottle to have in your cocktail cupboard as it can be used in so many different drinks, add a splash to your coffee for a delicious combination on a cold winters evening .
The chestnuts used in this liqueur are from Ardeche in southern France. Try this poured over a good quality vanilla ice cream for a delicious dessert, or with some Melon for a lighter dish.
Deliciously chocolatey, the white Crem de Cacao tends to be less sweet and lighter than the brown version. Used in a variety of cocktails, this is an essential bottle for any mixologist!
Made using the Bergeron variety of apricot which is grown in the Rhone Valley, South of France, this liqueur is full-bodied and delicious with a lengthy finish. If you are a fan of cocktails, why not give Paradise a go? Combine 4cl of Gin, 2cl of Edmond Briottet Apricot and 4cl of orange juice - perfect!