Spirits

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  • Gammel Dansk Bitter 38% 70cl
    The name Gammel Dansk translates as Old Danish. It is a Danish bitters which was first released in 1964, having taken three years to develop, and is hugely popular in its native country. The exact recipe is kept secret but it is known to be made from a blend of 29 different herbs and spices, including bay leaves, ginger, rowan berries, anise, cinnamon, angelica and nutmeg
    £29.50
  • Doornkaat Schnapps Berentzen 38% 70cl
    Doornkaat is the only speciality grain spirit that is distilled three times in a complex procedure, thus acquiring its unique quality. This ensures that Doornkaat has an extremely pure, mild and clear flavour which corresponds to the connoisseur of clear spirits.

    Doornkaat, in the striking green, four-cornered bottle, has been one of the most well-known German brand name spirits for a number of decades (38% vol)
    £22.50
  • Patron Silver Tequila 40% 70cl
    Patron Silver is called young or "joven" tequila. A similarity may be made to a young or nouvelle wine.

    It is known for its light, fresh, crystal clear look and an elegant smoothness not found in other silver tequilas. Many prefer this smooth, soft and light tequila over an aged and slightly oaky flavour. Those that know the difference may find Patron Silver the finest silver tequila available. It is perfect for blending with a high quality mixer or may be easily sipped.

    Patron Tequila, like the great wines and congacs of the world, is exceptional for a reason. It begins with the finest growing region in Mexico. High in the mountains of Jalisco exists a region which allows with perfect soil and climate which allows the sugar and acid balances of the Weaber Tequilana Blue Agave to mature and produce an 'Agave Pina' unequalled elsewhere in the world.

    Like premium wine grapes, the sugar acid balance must be perfect before harvest.

    Patron tequilas are the only tequilas truly produced in the traditional handmade fashion. After harvest the 'pina' are carefully selected, trimmed and then slowly steam baked. When cooked to perfection the 'pina' is macerated with large, natural, stone-milling wheels. The fermentation is done with the fiber of the 'pina' which helps impart its unique flavour and smoothness. After a double distillation process the tequila is aged in small oak barrels. When properly aged the tequila is fine filtered and ready for careful hand bottling.

    Each bottle is invidually signed and given a unique bottle number due to the limited number produced.
    £48.99
  • Chartreuse Green 55% 70cl
    The vivid colour of Green Chartreuse is an impressive achievment, considering that the liqueur is made entirely from natural ingredients and contains no artificial colourings. It has a spicy, peppery nose, with complex herbal and floral aromas. Hints of peppery mint and rich 'iris' flavours are evident on the palate.
    £38.99
  • Licor 43 Cuarenta y Tres 31% 70cl
    Licor 43 is Spain's favourite premium liqueur. Named after the 43 ingredients that make up its secret recipe, Licor 43 has been produced in Cartagena since the 1920s although its origins date back many centuries. This versatile liqueur combines beautifully with fruit juices and its vanilla and citrus notes add an extra dimension to mixed drinks and cocktails.
    £20.75
  • Germana Cachaca 2 years old 40% 70cl
    Germana, a traditional Cachaa, aged in oak barrels which gives it the unique and distinctive taste of Brazil's most popular drink. Wrapped in sugar cane leaves, this bottle is certainly a talking point.
    £29.45
  • Cachaca Pitu 40% 70cl
    Pitu is a Brazilian spirit made from pure sugar cane. Only the sugar-cane juice from the first pressings is used for export. This juice contains the fresh, pure taste. A maturing process of several weeks in a wooden vat allows this taste to unfold completely. The quality achieved in this way forms the ideal basis for a Premium Caipirinha - Cut a lime into eight pieces, place in glass, add 1-2 teaspoons of cane sugar, squeeze out the lime juice with the Pitu pestle, add 6cl of Pitu, fill the glass with crushed ice, stir and enjoy!cachaca
    £23.45
  • Aalborg Jubiloeums Akvavit 40% 70cl
    AALBORG JUBILALUMS Akvavit is a golden and pleasant premium aquavit in a contemporary and exclusive bottle. The refined taste of dill and coriander makes it the perfect choice for any good meal, in particular light and simple modern cuisine.
    It is best enjoyed chilled, but can also be enjoyed at room temperature.

    AALBORG JUBILALUMS Akvavit was created in 1946 to celebrate the centenary of AALBORG TAFFEL Akvavit and is the most exported aquavit today.

    In 2001, AALBORG JUBILALUMS Akvavit won a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition, having been selected as the worlds best aquavit.

    Launched in 1946
    £32.50
  • Helbing Kummel 35% 70cl
    Hamburgs fine Kmmel (caraway-based eau de vie)
    The finest caraway seeds and purest grain alcohol of the top quality grade extra fine go into the production of Helbing Hamburgs fine Kmmel, a caraway-based eau de vie. Helbing, the original, has been produced in Hamburg since the company was established in 1836
    £20.45
  • Smeets Apricot 24% 50cl
    Classic Apricot brandy good on its own or in a cocktail.
    £8.19
  • Lapponia Mustikka Blueberry 21% 50cl
    These plump, blue black coloured berries are an ancient food in Northern Europe. They grow well in woods and moist meadows of the north. The juicy blueberry is sweet and smooth in taste and in taste and its profoubnd colour adds and exciting twist to various cocktail blends. Finland
    £18.75
  • Lapponia Ligonberry Puolukka 21% 50cl
    Ligonberries are found in the northern temperate, boreal and sub arctic areas. They are globose, shiny berries, rich red in colour with and aromatic flavour characterised be a pleasant tanginess.
    £18.75
  • Cranberry Polar Kazpalo Lapponia 21% 50cl
    Cranberry can be found growing on the banks of forest ponds and lakes. The spherical berries with a juicy pulp grow ripe till september, becoming red. Being rich in vitamin C and other nutrients, the cranberry is a traditional medicinal plant used in Finnish folk cures. Finland.
    £18.99
  • Sauza Hornitos Reposado Tequila 38% 70cl
    Sauza Hornitos Resposado tequila is made from 100% blue agave and aged in wood for a minimum of one year.

    Sauza Hornitos Resposado has a golden, flaxen colour, multi-layered aromas of salt, pepper, and licorice, and fruity flavours including apples, pears and peaches, as well as a tinge of black pepper.
    £24.50
  • Chartreuse Green 55% 50cl
    The vivid colour of Green Chartreuse is an impressive achievment, considering that the liqueur is made entirely from natural ingredients and contains no artificial colourings. It has a spicy, peppery nose, with complex herbal and floral aromas. Hints of peppery mint and rich 'iris' flavours are evident on the palate.
    £29.99
  • Corralejo Reposado Tequila 38% 50cl
    Corralejo is produced from the finest hand harvested agave plants. Every individual numbered bottle of Corralejo is guaranteed by our Master Distiller.Grand Award Winner of the Hacienda Morales Tequila Competition, Mexico City. The Resosado is aged in 10,000 litre barrels for seven months to one year.
    £28.75
  • Cointreau Liqueur 40% 70cl
    The cointreauversial attitude arose 160 years ago with the creation of the famous liqueur, Cointreau. This unique and outstanding liqueur made from oranges, the star of cocktails such as the mythical Margarita and the very sophisticated and cool Cosmopolitan, went on to achieve popularity in more than 200 countries.

    Cointreau's characteristics include a certain irreverence, a spirited attitude, a little "je-ne-sais-quoi", a something extra thought to be due to its legendary "French touch": it is a limpid and soft-edged liqueur which darkens like magic on contact with ice, which projects a delicate taste that literally explodes in your mouth and then shows a well-tempered tone. It is a great classic which has become timeless thanks to its trademark amber coloured bottle. These differences, these paradoxes, are the factors which laid the ground for what is now known as the "be cointreauversial" attitude.

    To drink Cointreau is never an anodyne experience, it is a momentous decision, one which offers you a touch of that French character from the first sip of cocktail : impertinence, fun, elegance, humour, irreverence. An unconventional and light-hearted attitude, full of charm, a taste of freedom which is far removed from diktats and conventions.

    The "be cointreauversial" movement is now thriving in New York, London and Tokyo. Women around the world have adopted it even without realising that they did so, simply as a result of coming together with Cointreau."To be or not to be cointreauversial, that is the question"
    with apologies to William Shakespeare

    A PERFECT MARRIAGE BETWEEN SWEET AND BITTER ORANGE PEELS
    Ready to meet the strength of the crystal clear spirit, are baskets laden with sun-dried orange peels, their intricate colors defining different orange flavors; greenish-bronze for bitter, orangey-red for sweet which yield a greater fruit intensity. Their heady fragrance will soon be revealed by the next steps. The peels are fully dried, macerated and finally distilled in gloriously burnished red copper stills to extract every drop of the precious essential oils. The other ingredients (alcohol, sugar and water) which are also completely natural give the liqueur its creamy roundness and aromatic vigor in its mouth-feel. Like an intimate secret, the recipe itself is jealously guarded.

    EXQUISITE FULLNESS: Renowned for its fine balance, Cointreau is at once intense and gentle, warming and refreshing, bitter and sweet, delivering a beguiling twist of "je ne sais quoi" that never leaves one indifferent. Remember, taste, like beauty, is often born from contrast. Surrender to its charms...

    ENVELOPING FRAGRANCE: The exotic sensuality of white flowers, fruits and spices married with pure essential oils from sweet and bitter oranges arouse curiosity and heighten the imagination. It is like a mix of natures rich ripe fruitfulness and warm sparkling sunshine.

    FINE CLARITY On first appearance the spirit is without artifice, flowing naked and crystalline from its amber bottle. This purity clouds on contact with ice, which confers a gossamer pearl-white aspect to its translucent robe.
    £23.50
  • Tia Maria Liqueur 20% 70cl
    Tia Maria is made from the best quality Jamaican coffee beans that are roasted to a light brown appearance to create a perfectly balanced coffee taste. The beans are then finely ground and added to high quality sugarcane spirit and then allowed to sit for at least 14 days.

    High quality vanilla is added along with additional cane spirit, allowing Tia Maria to reach its unique and subtle taste.

    Appearance: Deep, tawny, amber hue

    Nose: Sweet caramel, sugarcane

    Body: Well-rounded

    Palate: Sweet, lightly roasted coffee taste, slight chocolate/caramel flavour and a hint of vanilla

    Finish: Well-balanced and lengthy
    £18.99
  • Liqueur de Violet 20% 50cl
    produced in France
    £26.99
  • Amarula Cream Liqueur 17% 70cl
    Amarula Cream liqueur is Distilled from the fermented fruit of the Marula tree, a native of the African plains. The spirit is aged for three years, then blended with cream. If you like Bailey's you should give this a try
    £14.50
  • Grand Marnier Liqueur 40% 70cl
    From the very beginning, Grand Marnier was endoed with the unique features for which it is still famous today:the amber-coloured bottle, inspired by the silhouette of a Cognac pot still, the iconic and unique wax seal, certifying the each bottles quality and the redmoir ribbon.

    Its makers, Marnier-Lapostolle, established their distillery at Neauphle-le-Chateau in the 1820's, but only began producing Grand Marnier in 1880.

    The cognac is actually aged elsewhere, at Chateau de Bourge in the Charente area.
    £28.50
  • Creme de Cassis Edmond Briottet 15% 70cl
    Crme de Cassis de Dijon is the only Cassis to be defined at European level. Our Crme de Cassis de Dijon "DIJONA 15" is our bottom range. Produced from the maceration of "Noir de Bourgogne" blackcurrants in alcohol, it is well constituted and loaded with fruit. Ideal for the famous blanc-cassis aperitif.
    £12.25
  • Warninks Advocaat 17.2% 70cl
    Advocaat is a traditional liqueur from Holland made from egg yolks, brandy, sugar and vanilla. Warninks Advocaat has been made in Holland since 1616 and was one of the original producers of advocaat. Warninks Advocaat is full bodied with a sweet and creamy texture with aromas of vanilla. Almost like a boozy custard! It is a classic brand that is enjoyed in many cocktails as well as neat or on the rocks.
    £14.99
  • Drambuie whisky Liqueur 70cl
    Drambuie is a truly unique premium spirit. It blends a precious "essence" created for a Prince, with the finest aged malt whiskies. The result is a unique, multi-layered spirit that releases the taste sensations of malt whisky with the flavours and aromas of heather, honey, herbs and spices.

    In 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie gave the recipe for this essence, his last remaining possession at the time, to Captain John MacKinnon. It was a reward for saving the Prince's life and helping him escape the British government after a failed attempt to restore the throne. For over 250 years, the recipe has been passed down through the generations and remains a closely guarded secret.

    Drambuie is enjoyed worldwide and is 40% ABV. Despite its tradition of being served neat on ice, Drambuie is best served on ice, with soda and fresh lime. The soda unlocks the unique taste of Drambuie and the lime adds a touch of citrus that balances the heather honey, herb and spice flavours. In addition, Drambuie is still a highly vers
    £30.99
  • Mozart Dark Chocolate 17% 50cl
    Taste of fine dry and tartly dark chocolate. 87% pure cocoa macerate. Alcoholic base: fine distillate from sugar cane. Mozart Black shows notes of dark chocolate, vanilla, and caramel, as well as smoky and tartly notes of cocoa. Bitter sweet, long-lasting finish.The used cocoa is a special blend of the types Forastero (West Africa) and Trinitario (Caribbean). The vanilla used is real Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar. Mozart Black contains cocoa macerate, vanilla macerate, and sugar cane distillate.

    The cocoa and Bourbon vanilla are macerated for 30 days in sugarcane distillate.A certain part of the cocoa macerate is kept in oak barrels for two years to round of the taste. With chocolate spirits it is essential to macerate instead of conching as it takes a long time to extract the aromas.
    £14.65
  • Mozart Chocolate Cream Liqueur 17% 50cl
    Very creamy and full-bodied cream liqueur. Made from cream and the ingredients of gourmet chocolate. Alcoholic base: fine distillate from sugar cane.

    Mozart Gold is a milk chocolate cream liqueur.
    Belgian chocolate and fresh cream are blended with aromatic notes of vanilla and cocoa.

    The raw materials for Mozart Gold are well traveled.
    The used cocoa is a mixture of the types Forastero (west Africa) and Trinitario (Carribean).

    Mozart Gold contains fresh cream, conched dark chocolate from Belgium, genuine Bourbon-vanilla from Madagaskar, crystal sugar, and pure sugar cane distillate

    The cocoa and the Bourbon vanilla are macerated in sugar cane alcohol. Dark chocolate, sugar, cocoa, and cream infused with cocoa butter are blended in exact order while different temperatures and blending techniques have to be observed.

    The different production temperatures and elaborate blending methods are crucuial for the taste and texture of the liqueur.
    £14.65
  • Chartreuse Myrtille 21% 50cl
    These liqueurs are best when served on ice, or mixed with chilled white wine or Champagne.
    £12.75
  • Archers Peach Schnapps 21% 70cl
    Archers is a peach schnapps liqueur which goes well with ice or with your favourite mixer.
    £14.89
  • Lapponia Lakka Cloudberry 21% 50cl
    Cloudberries are native to the sub artic regions of the North temperate zone and are renowned for the strong aromatic character of their fruit.The yellow or amber coloured berry has an exquisite flavour, and is a highly prized delicacy in Scandinavia.
    £21.50
  • H by Hine VSOP Cognac 40% 70cl
    H by HINE is a blend of more than 15 Petite Champagne cognacs, the youngest is aged 4 years.

    Tasting Notes
    It is HINE's most floral cognac. Jasmine, iris, hint of vanilla, carnation ; a very vivacious nose and a delicate velvety palate.
    £37.50
  • Strega Liquore 40% vol 70cl
    Made from over 70 different barks and herbs, it was first produced in Benevento, central Italy and is steeped in history where it is told that the drink was first made by beautiful female sprites and used their new potion to cast spells on lovesick humans, therby giving its name, Strega, meaning witch.

    It dates back to the 1860's and continues to have a romantic association where legend has it that couples who drink it together will remain united in love forever.

    A perfectly natural product, it obtains its typical yellow colour from the saffron added to the alcoholic infusion; then a long fermentation in oak vats concurs to the perfect balance of the aromas and contributes to the characteristic fine, smooth and soft taste.
    Excellent after a meal, it expresses its versatility in the most varied manners hence assuring an indisputable satisfaction whether sipping it dry, with ice or iced.
    Both the taste and the warm solar colour become the inseparable companions of long-drinks and cocktails.
    £31.50
  • Taylors Velvet Falernum 11% 75cl
    This famous Bajan Gold Medal beverage and mixer, with a uniquely refreshing flavour was developed by John D. Taylor of Bridgetown, Barbados in 1890.

    Born and bred on the island of Barbados, this slightly alcoholic sugar cane based liqueur is a staple of every Bajan's bar.

    It's special taste comes from a refined infusion of lime laced with fine cane syrup and botanicals including almonds and cloves.
    £14.65
  • 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.
    Gastronomy
    Melons, foie gras, chilled with red grapes, rabbit Saintonge-style.
    Chocolate, cherry, raspberry and strawberry desserts.
    As an aperitif
    delicious on its own, served chilled at 8c.
    £26.99
  • Somerset Royal 10 years old 42% 70cl
    We think that the wait has been worthwhile. It is complex with a Christmas pudding richness, full of subtle bouquets and aromas. One needs to take time to appreciate the harmony of flavours.
    £41.99
  • Sagatiba Cachaca Pura 38% 70cl
    Sagatiba cachaca, the essential ingredient for a refreshing summer Caipirinha has arrived on our shores. Combining the Nordic suffix saga which means legendary search with the Brasilian native word tiba meaning infinite, Sagatiba literally means an infinite search - a search for quality, purity and flavour.

    Distilled from fresh sugar cane juice, the result is Sagatiba Pura, a premium cachaca with a pure, clean spirit, smooth taste and a soft, crystal clean aroma.
    Due to its purity, quality and smooth taste, Sagatiba is the most versatile cachaca available in the market. It, like no other, makes a great Caipirinha - the most Brasilian of drinks, but the possibilities it can provide go way beyond the traditional mix. From twists on classic cocktails, such as the Mojito, to more contemporary concoctions, Sagatiba is the most versatile of spirits.
    £21.50
  • Sagatiba Cachaca Velha 38% 70cl
    Sagatiba Velha cachaca is an excellent cachaca aged in oak barrels to mellow the flavours and texture. To produce a fine spirit for a range of cocktails or to be enoyed on its own.
    £28.45
  • Pineau des Charentes 10 years old Blanc Chateau Beaulon 18% 75cl
    This legendary wine embodies the noble heritage of Chateau de Beaulon.
    Full, delicate and mellow. Orange bark, fruit stone, gingerbread, bergamot finish Gastronomy

    Recommended with : Foie gras and all dishes prepared with fresh cream : scallops, turbot, monkfish, John Dory, all white meats.
    With cheese : Dry goats cheese, Roquefort
    Dessert wine with Zabaglione, delicately flavoured ices and pastries: vanilla, peach, pear, apricots, almonds, honey.
    £37.99
  • Peter Heering Cherry 25% 70cl
    Heering Cherry Liqueur, since 1818, is the original cherry liqueur. It contains only natural ingredients including Danish grown cherries. Heering Cherry Liqueur is an essential component in many cocktails including the Singapore Sling.
    £25.50
  • Delamain Extra Cognac With Glasses 40% 70cl
    The Delamain Extra Grande Champagne is an original designed and blown for Delamain. The Shield on the decanters from and original plate made by Henry Delamain in 1762 in his Deltare factory in Dublin fro the wedding of his nephews.
    £247.00
  • Cartron Parfait Amour 25% 50cl
    Ingredients A selection of citrons from the Mediterranean islands and shores. Production process The maceration of citron zest in pure alcohol in a copper pot still during several hours is followed by a distillation. The resulting spirit of citron is blended with crystallised sugar, water to lower the percentage of alcohol and colouring. The final liqueur is filtered before bottling.

    Tasting notes Deep citron acidity. This liqueur is always used as a component in cocktails for its original colour and its lemon taste
    Colour purple
    £14.99
  • Delamain Pale & Dry XO Cognac 40% 70cl
    Founded in 1824, Delamain remains one of the last-family-owned Cognac houses and is universally recognised as the leading specialist in the blending and levage of fine old Cognac. Only eau-de-vie from la Grande Champagne - the first great growth of Cognac - is used. This is then aged in seasoned oak casks for a minimum of two decades, before being blended and bottled under the control and expertise of the direct descendants of the founder James Delamain. The style of Delamain is one of finesse and breeding and can be seen through their whole range.
    £98.00
  • Berentzen Wild Cherry Schnapps 16% 70cl
    Germany's No. 1 fruit flavour schnapps range.
    Glad you like it wild? Then this Fruity made for you: Berentzen Wild Cherry. From sun-drenched, ripe cherries and delicate baked wheat grain.
    £12.95
  • Becherovka 38% 70cl
    Introducing Becherovka - An excellent, 100% natural, traditional alcoholic beverage of the best quality. For those who drink Becherovka it is no surprise that this popular Czech classic is a 100% natural product without any chemical conservatives, artificial colors or emulsifiers. It contains only water from Karlovy Vary, quality alcohol, natural sugar and a very specific and harmonic blend of herbs and spices that is all Becherovka is made from. Try one of the many ways to drink Becherovka as a mixer or simply enjoy it well chilled as a shot.
    £23.50
  • Berentzen Plum Schnapps 20% 70cl
    Germany's No. 1 fruit flavour schnapps range.
    Want to know why Berentzen Plum tastes so fruity? We'll tell you: in every bottle of Plum are only ripe plums, which are especially juicy and aromatic.
    £13.25
  • Berentzen Johannisbeere Schnapps 18% 70cl
    Germany's No. 1 fruit flavour schnapps range
    £12.65
  • Disaronno 50cl 28%
    Disaronno's sense of effortless, sociable style and Italian chic make it an ideal liqueur for any occasion. The original amaretto since 1525 Disaronno's warm, sophisticated taste has a lineage dating back to one of the most romantic periods in Italian history - the Renaissance.

    In 1525, the artist Bernardino Luini - a student of the Leonardo Da Vinci School of Art - was commissioned to paint a fresco of the Madonna in Saronno, Italy. Legend has it that Bernardino and his muse (a beautiful innkeeper) fell deeply in love - culminating in the young widow creating a sweet tasting liqueur in honour of her lover. This gift was the first bottle of Disaronno, its name derived from the phrase 'di Saronno' - meaning of, or from, Saronno.

    It was Domenico Reina who created the Disaronno 'Originale' recipe, based on the innkeeper's elixir, towards the end of the 18th century. The secret blend of herbs and fruits, steeped in apricot kernel oil, used to create Disaronno has been a closely guarded Reina family secret ever since.

    As well as its unmistakeable flavour of marzipan and honey - unchanged since 1525 - Disaronno is also known for its distinctively shaped bottle. Over the years the bottle has evolved into its current form with its unique square shape and bevelled, hand-crafted glass design now recognised as a modern classic. Disaronno is produced with only carefully selected ingredients such as the pure essence of 17 selected herbs and fruits soaked in apricot kernel oil. Disaronno is characterised by an unmistakable amber colour due to caramelised sugar: no additives are used - this has not changed since 1525.

    Disaronno is produced with only carefully selected ingredients such as the pure essence of 17 selected herbs and fruits soaked in apricot kernel oil.


    Appearance: Rich warm amber, autumnal gold, deep gold, topaz.

    Nose: Marzipan, sweet, almonds, honey, bakewell tart, aromatic.
    Taste: Marzipan, thick fiery sweet, Amaretto biscuits, honey, good length, harmonious
    £16.75
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