Spirits & Liqueurs
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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.
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.
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.
Plum liqueur is made from slightly dried “d’Ente” plums and from perfectly-ripe Mirabelle prunes, which are macerated in a mixture of various eaux de vie and alcohols. Extra-fine white sugar is added and the Plum liqueur is just about ready to be drunk.
Best served neat on the rocks.
To make a great spiced rum, you need two key ingredients; a great base rum and a great spice blend. The base rum is distilled on Mauritius from single-estate sugar cane and aged on the estate for a more complex and richer flavour. The spice blend features 13 spices – more than any other spiced rum – including clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper and ginger, which are blended with aged Mauritian rum to create the boldest spiced rum in the world. Intense notes of ginger, cloves and nutmeg give way to a lingering spicy finish.
This is, both literally and figuratively, agave distilled. Fruity, vegetal and spicy, this is a pure expression of what Tequila should be. A great example of a traditional blanco Tequila, Tapatio Blanco is rested for two months in stainless steel tanks post distillation and prior to bottling. At 40% ABV Tapatio Blanco has a higher ABV than the Reposado and Añejo so that, when used in Margaritas and cocktails, the character of the agave shines through.
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.