Spirits & Liqueurs
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A low alcohol G&T in a can! All natural ingredients mixed with the East London Distellery tonic.
Twenty plants and herbs are used in preparing this white vermouth. The nose shows soft flower aromas (chamomile or mint) with some vanilla sweetness. The palate is smooth, with flavours of liquorice, cinnamon and ginger. It should be served cold, accompanied by a slice of lemon and an olive.
Briottet’s Raspberry liqueur is made by macerating raspberries.
The raspberries are soaked in a water-alcohol solution for a minimum period of two months. This enables all the finesse of the small berries to be extracted.
White sugar is then added to the infusion obtained and this elegant Raspberry liqueur is the result.
You can drink it neat on the rocks or with a dry or sparkling white wine.
The first whisky ever distilled in the Cotswolds. 100% locally grown, floor-malted barley and matured in first-fill ex-Bourbon barrels and reconditioned red wine casks. Rich, fruity and sippable with notes of honey, Seville orange marmalade and dark red fruits.
Made from the aromatic Tonda Gentile hazelnuts found in the Italian region of Piedmont, they are combined with coffee, cocoa and vanilla distillate and extracts for a sweet yet balanced golden elixir that can be enjoyed in any season and on any evening.
Liqueur d’Ananas is made from pineapple juice, picked at maturity, from a blend of several varieties that gives this completely natural golden color, without adding any dye.
With a powerful nose of fresh pineapple, this liqueur smells good sun. It brings a nice length in the mouth with a taste of pineapple both vivacious and sweet.
Aromas of luscious red fruits waft from the glass providing a delicate sweetness. Partnered with gentle undertones of rose petals and the zing of fresh lemon, juniper berries offer background structure with subtle hints of pink peppercorn, creating an elegantly soft and smooth finish.
Litchi chinensisis a species of tropical tree which originates in China.
It has been grown for more than 2,000 years and its fruit — sometimes called the “cherry of China” — is juicy, sweet and soft.
Lychee liqueur Briottet is soft and fruity and would make an excellent basic ingredient in a cocktail or can be served on its own, along with a few ice cubes.
Cocchi Americano means much more to Asti than a simple wine made with the infusion of herbs and spices. An aperitif par excellence, it is a taste of Asti’s gastronomic history going back to the 1900’s. Enjoyed with ice and soda at every corner of the town, it is still the perfect partner of long chats under the setting sun.
Delicious neat on the rocks with a small lemon zest, it is an essential ingredient for the creation of the most classic cocktails, from Negroni to Manhattan. Remarkably complex and an obvious cut above most vermouths. It has the classic bittersweet character of the style, but enhanced by layers of fruity complexity and herbal bitterness. A rich and full-flavoured aperitif, and a cocktail ingredient that makes its presence known.