Noilly Prat Red is a quality benchmark for red vermouth and the informed choice of top bartenders worldwide. Serve in cocktails or long over ice with soda and a twist
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Phillips Lovage Cordial 5.3% 70cl
Traditionally drunk two parts lovage to on part of brandy as a soothing winter warmer.
Phillips Shrub 5.3% 70cl
Originally used in Cornwall during the old days of Rum smuggling to disguise the taste of sea-water let in during the perilous journey of barrels from ship to shore. Shrub is stills rums perfect partner.
Phillips Pink cloves 5.3% 70cl
Pink cloves adds a rosy hue and a great flavour to punches, gin or vodka. It can even brighten up your cooking, add a dash for a new dimension to puddings, casseroles or sauces.
Phillips Grenadine 3.5% 70cl
Rich and fruity, Grenadine adds colour to a multitude of cocktails.
Phillips White Peppermint 4.5% 70cl
White peppermint is stronger than the green variety. A great mixer in Rum & pep.
Dubonnet Apertif 14.8% 75cl
Dubonnet Aperitf was created in Paris in 1846 by Jospeh Dubonnet. It is made from Grenache, muscat of Alexandria and carignan grapes, harmoniously blended with quinquina, orange rind ontoasted coffee beans and other secret spices. It is then aged in oa...
Phillips Aniseed 4.5% 70cl
Potent and distinctive in flavour, aniseed with white rum is a delicious combination. Mix with gin or vodka for a warming taste sensation to keep winter at bay.
Pimms Strawberry & Mint 20% 70cl
Pimms introduced this edition to their range back in 2015. Using the gin based Pimms No.1 they add some strawberry juice and a hint of mint to produce the quintessential Summer cup. Best served over ice, topped up with lemonade and garnish with a few f...
Lillet Blanc 17% 75cl
Lillet Blanc is a White Vermouth which has a golden colour with candied orange, honey, pine resin, lime and fresh mint aromas. Full and rich on the palate with a lovely, long aftertaste. Always serve well chilled and zest with a slice of orange or lime...
Crabbies Green Ginger Wine 13.5% 70cl
John Crabbie's distinctive elephant trademark stems from the Scots merchant adventurers who pioneered trade with countries from the Orient, from which they still buy the herbs, spices, fruit and ginger (a reputed aphrodisiac and cure for 'mal de mer') ...