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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.
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.
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.
Inspired by the glorious grasslands of the Cotswolds, our No.1 Wildflower Gin is a delightful blend of cornflowers, lavender and orange layered over a classic dry gin. Reminiscent of summer meadows and bursting with zesty orange notes, our Wildflower Gin is fresh, floral and fruity with a pleasantly dry finish.
Paired with premium tonic and a slice of orange, it makes for the perfect gin spritz.
With its roots going back to 1788, Smith & Cross and its partners became prominent handlers of Jamaica rum, with extensive cellars along the banks of The River Thames. Throughout the 19th century and into the early 20th century, Jamaica Rum became revered for its deep, full flavours and pleasing aromas. This rum represents the distinctively flavourful and aromatic style that made Jamaican rum famous.
The Batavia Arrack is a truly elegant spirit and due to the time spent in barrels, it boasts a fantastic range of rich and deep flavours, which really linger on the palate. Tobacco and wood smoke mix into a perfect aromatic base, lifted by fresh and vibrant flavours of bitter and sweet orange peel and spices. A true pleasure to drink!
The sourcing of the musts to make these grappe is as important as the distillation itself. Vittorio seeks out the must according to the quality of the grapes each year from a vast array of producers to use in the grappe. Powerful aromatics, clean & pure with subtle alcohol. A combination of white flowers & pear fruit with touches of herbal & spice notes.
An exquisite sipping rum that is made almost entirely from sugar cane honey. This fine rum is blended from 80% pot still rum and 20% light rums aged for up to 12 years. The end result is a truly exceptional rum showing characteristic fruity and sweet flavours to a level of concentration that is even higher than its family members.
Unique among Irish whiskeys, Connemara is the only Irish Peated Single Malt Whiskey widely available today. Inspired by the 18th century art of drying malting barley over peat fires, it possesses a distinct peaty flavour and aroma,instilling a delicate smokiness and smooth, sweet taste. Its complex peat flavours and smooth, sweet malt taste make it a truly unique Irish whiskey. This is a highly decorated Irish whiskey receiving over 20 medals in major spirits competitions since 2012.
The ten year old Edradour is handmade and one of the last Single Malt Whiskies from a traditional farm distillery still in production today. The methods of production remain virtually unchanged in the last 150 years and are only just capable of commercial quantities. Indeed Edradour Distillery makes as much whisky in a year as most distilleries produce in a week. A rare pleasure for a fortunate few.
To create Fusion, both unpeated Indian barley and peated Scottish barley are distilled and matured separately in American oak barrels for more than four years. Amrut Fusion is then blended and ‘married’ in American oak barrels for an additional three months. Non-chill filtered and bottled at 50% ABV, it is lightly peated with a complex flavour profile. This whisky was named Third Finest Whisky in the World by acclaimed whisky writer Jim Murray in 2010.