Fruit Liqueurs

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  • 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
  • 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.
    £29.50
  • Liqueur de Violet 20% 50cl Miclo
    produced in France
    £26.99
  • 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
  • Chartreuse Myrtille 21% 50cl
    These liqueurs are best when served on ice, or mixed with chilled white wine or Champagne.
    £12.75
  • 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
  • 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
  • Kirsch liqueur de Cuisine Luxardo 25% 50cl
    Luxardo Kirsch de Cuisine, with its delicious natural flavours, is specially created for culinary use and is based on the distillate of sour cherries.
    £14.50
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