Spirits & Liqueurs
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The luxurious amber colour of the Vermouth Classico Tradizionale is reminiscent of Marsala and the aromas on the nose fluctuate between hints of the liquorice and bitterness in absinthe, dried straw, mahogany and tea infusions. The medicinal quality in the flavour of the alcohol and its continual underlying bitterness manages to keep in balance with the refreshing flavours of herbs and spices, and is complemented by sweeter notes of ginger and citrus peel, making the Vermouth both slightly bitter and slightly sweet.
Colazingari produces its liqueurs using a cold infusion method, which helps to retain flavour. This is the oldest among all recipes still in use by Colazingari Liquori. They keep the old and traditional methods of production, improving them where possible, allowing time for the long pauses between the different phases of production and for the natural fining of Sambuca Fina.
The time in oak barrels gives the vermouth an enveloping warmth and softness to the deliciously complex aromas of balsamic and mint reminiscent of old medicinal remedies of the past. There are further intriguing notes of refreshing absinthe, orange peel and vanilla. The palate is full and soft with initial balsamic and mint flavours. These flow into a pleasantly bitter aftertaste balanced by sweeter rhubarb and gentian notes with muscovado sugar, and a light tannic structure from the refinement in oak.
A traditional Italian amaretto made with crushed almonds. The name comes from a Venetian legend. Salizada refers to one of the first paved streets in Venice, where you can still find a red stone in the shape of a heart. When lovers touch it they will love each other for ever after.
Full of enticing aromas of orange peel, rhubarb, mint, gentian, aloe, cinchona bark, walnut, liquorice, dried prunes, roasted coffee beans and medicinal herbs.
On the palate it is soft and perfectly balanced, round and warm; notes of roasted coffee and liquorice stick, embellished with refined balsamic echoes.
Barney Wilczak perfected the art of distilling a range of Eaux de Vie, before turning his attention to gin. Working from the old lean-to greenhouse in his parents garden in rural Gloucestershire, he manages to tease out every subtle nuance of flavour from the 34 different botanicals.
Dark mahogany in colour, the Coffee brandy combines the chocolatey aromas and flavours of the unusual mix of coffee and those of the wine distillate. The aromas and flavours are a delicious marriage of sweetness and bitterness with a mixtures of toffee, warm spices, roasted coffee and coconut milk.
A vodka for gin-lovers, and a gin for vodka-lovers. Strictly a vodka, this sits comfortably between the two as it is influenced with distilled botanicals including cubeb, fresh-cut citrus & frankincense, but crucially no juniper. The product of a very successful experiment, this is the only London Dry Vodka in the world!