La Fee Bohemian Absinth re-creates the traditional Bohemian drink that was produced in the 1920s, with subtle herbal undertones of fennel, mint and rather less aniseed than that absinthe produced in France at the end of the 19th Century. Bohemian tastes have always meant that less anise is used in the drink's production, and explains why Bohemian Absinth does not turn milky ('louche') when water is added.
Whereas the heavy aniseed flavour of La Fee Parisian Absinthe is often not suitable for use in cocktails, La Fee Bohemian Absinth has a refined subtlety, whose distinctive flavour is a mixologists dream.
Noilly Prat Dry Vermouth 18% 75cl
Original French dry Vermouth, very good in a martini or try using in a rissoto.
La Fee Absinthe Parisian 68% 70cl
La Fee was created from an authentic 19th century recipe and was developed in a French distillery under the supervision of Madame Delahaye. It contains a dozen or more plants, including 'Grande' and 'Petite' Absinthe (artemisia absinthium and artemisia...
Pineau des Charentes Rouge 5 years old Chateau de Beaulon 18% 75cl
Red Pineau Fresh, frank, supple, with notes of black cherry in alcohol, blackcurrant, red rose, perfect harmony of fruity strength and mellowness.
Melons, foie gras, chilled with red grapes, rabbit Saintonge-style.
Ocho 8 Blanco Tequila 40% 50cl
An estate-grown, 100% Blue Agave Tequila range, OCHO is produced as a collaboration between Tomas Estes (the man credited with bringing the first bottle of Tequila to Europe) and renowned distillers, the Camarena family. What's really unique about OCHO...
Tarquins Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin 70cl
The Cornish Sunshine is a Limited Edition release from Tarquin's and is made with Blood Oranges. Designed to be served as a spritz - with sparkling wine and sparkling elderflower - but it is also fantastic with tonic water!
This srumptious fruit-flavou