Other Spirits

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  • 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
  • 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
  • Hammer Ulagret Aquavit 40% 70cl
    Hanmer Ulagret Aquavit from Norway.
    £30.65
  • Opal Rossa Blood Cherry 30% 70cl
    Opal Rossa is blood red in colour and is well balanced. The cherry is pronounced and backed with a hint of anise and fresh lemon.The aroma is of rich cherry and citrus, it is smooth with a lovely mouth warming finish
    £22.99
  • 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
  • Legendre Herbsaint Liqueur The Spirit of New Orleans 50% 75cl
    This is a new product launched by the Sazerac company to commemorate the Legendre Herbsaint Liqueur first introduced to America by J Marion Legendre in 1934. Based on the original recipe containing anise and other herbs. It is the key ingredient in a Sazerac Cocktail.
    £39.99
  • Ouzo by Metaxa 38% 70cl
    Metaxa Master Costas Raptis brings together the secrets of traditional ouzo-making and working with fine distillates, flowers, seeds and botanicals.
    Ouzo by METAXA includes rare botanicals, including some absent from ordinary ouzo such as Masticha, an ingredient highly praised for its aromatic qualities and quite rare.
    Masticha is the tear of an oak bush, harvested by hand in the Aegean island of Chios. One of the costiliest ingredients that can go intou ouzo.
    The only ouzo in an attractive light blue transparent bottle..
    £19.50
  • Linie Aquavit 41.5% 70cl
    The combination of caraway/aniseed is prominent in the aroma of Lysholm Linie. Old sherry notes give a rich, rounded flavour, with aniseed, caraway and oak giving complexity.

    With its dry style and subdued, neutral taste, Lysholm Linie is ideal for accompanying smoked salmon, marinated fish and other dishes having a mild flavour. Lysholm Linie should be served at room temperature

    The maturing process for Linie is vital and starts with the import of 500-litre oak sherry barrels from Jerez. The barrels give the aquavit its golden colour; the residual matter from sherry provides a pleasant sweetness, and the white American or Spanish oak adds tones of wood and vanilla.
    £30.99
  • Mentzendorff Kummel 38% 50cl
    1823 saw the foundation of a Russian distillery in the village of Allasch, in the region of Livonia near Russias Baltic Port of Riga. The Allasch distillery was the concept of the Dutch aristocrat, Baron von Blanckenhagen and was built on his familys large country estate. Over twenty or so years the Allasch distillery quietly developed its business, establishing a reputation for its Kummel, the schnapps-like liqueur flavoured with caraway seed. During this time other European Liqueur manufacturers began to imitate the increasing famous liqueur; however none succeeded to match the genuine finesse of the original recipe. In the early 1850s a talented export manager named Ludwig Mentzendorff arranged the now popular liqueur for export to the UK under the name Mentzendorff Kummel. Mentzendorff Kummel has been distilled for us, true to the original recipe by Combier Distillery, Loire Valley since 1985 in their world famous distillery designed by Gustave Eiffel.
    Caraway seed is placed into vats with natural alcohol derived from sugar beet. The pot stills are steam heated for 7 hours. The steam is passed under the stills at 152oC at 7 bar pressure. At this temperature it takes 20 minutes for the still to start boiling. Once the distillate passes through the cooling pipes it is collected in inert tubs. To produce the clarity of flavour Mentzendorff Kummel is double distilled. During the first distillation, the heart is collected at 85-86o and is retained, the tails are also kept, however the unstable heads are disposed of. The hearts and the tails together undergo a second distillation from which only the hearts are collected.
    This clear, stable liquid is transferred to stainless steel vats where it is mixed with sugar and reduced to 38% abv with ionised water. It remains in these vats for two months prior to bottling. Prior to bottling each bottle or magnum is rinsed with neutral spirit. Once filled each individual bottle is wax sealed by hand.
    Tasting Notes
    With powerful, lifted aromas of aniseed, liquorice and cumin, this sweet liqueur is a wonderful way to end a meal.
    How to Serve
    Mentzendorff Kummel is best served cold either neat or over ice.
    £20.99
  • Fernet Branca 40% 70cl
    Fernet Branca bitters has been based on an infusion from a unique blend of selected blossoms, rare aromatic herbs and other natural ingredients.
    £25.99
  • Luxardo Sambuca Dei Cesari 38% 70cl
    As an antique tradition would have it, a tradition that to this day embraces all the countries of the Mediterranean basin, Italy too has its anise based national liqueur: Sambuca. It is a sweet and strong liqueur, containing essential oils obtained by steam distilling the seeds of star anise, which are soluble in pure alcohol. A concentrated solution of sugar and other natural aromas are added to this.
    £19.99
  • Ouzo 12 38% 70cl
    First produced in 1880 by the Kaloyannis brothers in Constantinople, the increasingly successful business moved to the Athenian port of Piraeus in 1919. The brothers produced various styles of ouzo, but the one preferred by connoisseurs came from barrel number 12. So, as the legend goes, No. 12 Ouzo was born. It became the best-known, top-selling ouzo brand in Greece and eventually the biggest and most famous ouzo around the world.

    Over the years Ouzo 12 has remained true to it's original recipe. The spirit's characteristic taste comes from carefully selected herbs and spices - aniseed, star anise, fennel, nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon and cardamom. These are distilled in traditional copper pot stills and the resulting liquid is placed in barrels to marry the complex flavours until they attain the full, distinctive taste for which Ouzo 12 is famous.

    Ouzo 12 is best drunk either neat, on the rocks, or mixed long with water, lemonade or soda.
    £18.75
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