Morvedren is made by the guys at the Pocketful Of Stones Distillery and is the first absinthe to be made in Cornwall. It uses wormwood grown locally to the distillery and the artwork on the packaging is outstanding. It depicts the Morveren, the mermaid of Zennor and the inspiration for this absinthe. Legend tells that on a calm night, the voice of a local man named Matthew can be heard singing across the waves after he fell in love with the mermaid.
Learn more about the Pocketful of Stones Distillery by reading our 'Meet the Maker' HERE.
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...
Lillet Rose 17% 75cl
For the first time in 50 years, Lillet has launched a new variant on the existing Blanc and Rouge offerings by creating a ros. Great chilled straight over ice or used as a cocktail ingredient, Lillet Ros is perfect for summer! Blushing Manhat...
Curacao Triple Sec Gabriel Boudier 38% 50cl
Since its origin, Gabriel Boudier has built up a reputation in the distillation of citrus fruits and more especially curacao orange, whose bitterness and orangey flavour produce a liqueur used in numerous cocktails.
Caspyn Cornish Dry Gin 70cl
Caspyn Dry Gin hails from the West Penwith area of Cornwall and is distilled in Penzance by Pocket Full Of Stones Distillery. This is a delightfully light, floral gin that is both juniper and citrus forward; there are ten botanicals used but the recipe...
St Ives Gin 38% 70cl
St Ives Gin made from a list of 13 botanicals. It is not a distilled gin but a cold compounded gin which is a method that dates back to the 16th century. They take the finest grain spirit and then steep the variously botanicals seperatley