Spirits & Liqueurs

Spirits & Liqueurs

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  • Alexander Vodka

    The Alexander vodka is made in a completely natural way with pure alcohol from cereal grains, enriched with pure water from the Alps. A smooth and delicate taste. Learn More
  • Colors Mint Vodka Alexander

    The Alexander Colors vodka is made in a completely natural way with pure alcohol from cereal grains, enriched with pure water from the Alps. A smooth and delicate taste. Learn More
  • Colors Wild Berry Vodka Alexander

    The Alexander Colors vodka is made in a completely natural way with pure alcohol from cereal grains, enriched with pure water from the Alps. Clean and elegant with hints of berries. Learn More
  • Contrabando 5 Year Old Rum, Dominican Republic

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    Transport yourself to the Caribbean with a chilled glass of Contrabando served with a small amount of ice or the classic rum cocktail, Dark & Stormy (see below for recipe). Named after the days when rum was exported illegally from the Dominican Republic to Western Europe, it is a hand-crafted and authentic dark rum made from the finest molasses.

    On the nose there are enticing sweet vanilla, fresh coconut and tropical fruit aromas. In the mouth there is the perfect blend of toasted and balsamic flavours provided by oak barrel ageing.

    Gold Medal: Congreso Internacional del Ron 2013

    Dark & Stormy: In a highball glass, pour in 50ml of Contrabando and a few drops of lime juice and of Angostura bitters. Add 120ml Ginger-ale, a slice of lime and fill with ice.

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  • Alexander Grappa di Prosecco

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    Grappa is uniquely Italian drink and this 'Grappa di Prosecco' is one of the flagships of the Alexander range. It is the result of a delicate distillation in steam stills, followed by an ageing period of a few months in stainless steel barrels. It is characterized by the incomparable fresh fruit and golden apple aroma anticipating a soft, round and harmonious impact on the palate. Most commonly sipped as a digestif after meals, Grappa is also great in cocktails and long drinks. It is also traditionally used in espresso coffee to make a 'caffè corretto' - an espresso coffee with a few drops of grappa. In the Veneto and Friuli regions of Italy the locals will use it to dilute the last drops of coffee remaining on the bottom of the cup. This is called 'resentin' which roughly translates as 'little rinser' which is exactly what it is. If you want to try one, take an espresso with a little sugar, drink it down, then pour a few drops (or more if you are cheating) of grappa into the cup, swirl it around to rinse out the last of the coffee, and swallow. Cin cin! Learn More
  • Grappa Sandro Bottega Morbida

    The flavour of grappa, like that of wine, depends in part on the type of the grapes used. In Bottega's Grappa Morbida the marcs (the solid remains of grapes, after pressing for juice) are obtained from Pinot and Glera, two varieties widespread in the Veneto region. After discontinuous steam-distillation inside stills, it is left ageing and improving over a few months in stainless steel containers.

    Morbida translates as soft or more accurately mellow and this grappa is aromatic, smooth and with less of the burning sensation than others.

    Grappa can help digestion, so it's perfect after meals. It can be drunk cold or even chilled, used as ingredient for cocktails and long drinks and is a great accompaniment to dark chocolate. The Italians will have a caffè corretto (a few drops of grappa in an espresso coffee) and, in Veneto and Friuli, they will dilute the last drops of coffee on the bottom of the cup which is called resentin translating as 'little rinser'.

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  • Mandarine Napoleon, Mandarin Liqueur

    Grande Cuvee Mandarin Napoleon is a delightful mandarin liqueur made of fine cognac. As well as a drink in its own rite it can be used to make a wide variety of cocktails! Antoine-Francois de Fourcroy (1755-1809), Count of the Empire and physician to Napoleon Bonaparte, was the originator of the liqueur Mandarine Napoleon. Mandarines were introduced into Europe from China in the latter part of the 18th century and were considered in France to be an exotic fruit. They grew especially well on the island of Corsica, Napoleon's birthplace. Fourcroy had the idea of macerating mandarines in alcohol and then blending the resulting distillate with cognac. Napoleon was so taken with this new liqueur that he often invited Antoine-Francois de Fourcroy to share a glass with him. So Mandarine Napoleon was born. First bottled in 1892, the Emperor's favourite liqueur still belongs to the Fourcroy family where its recipe remains a closely guarded secret. Learn More
  • Alexander Grappa d'Amarone in Presentation Box

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    Alexander make a selection of fine Grappa which are produced in small quantities for the connoisseur. Distilled from the Amarone grape this Grappa has intense aromas with dry persistant taste. Learn More
  • Alexander Grappa Brunello di Montalcino

    Alexander make a selection of fine Grappa which are produced in small quantities for the connoisseur. From the marc of Brunello di Montalcino which is one of Italy's best known premium wines this Grappa has aromas of red currants and cherries with a subtle aftertaste of vanilla and spice. Learn More
  • Alexander Grappa di Nebbiolo da Barolo

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    Alexander make a selection of fine Grappa which are produced in small quantities for the connoisseur. Distilled from the Nebbiolo da Barolo grape this Grappa has vanilla aromas with full on, dry taste. Learn More
  • Murrina Prosecco Grappa, Alexander 20cl

    Murrina is a small multi-coloured mosaic that gives origin to a precious geometrical pattern. Every bottle becomes a unique piece with murrina outside the Alexander blown-glasses. Alexander Grappa di Chardonnay is steam distilled from the marc and then refined for several months in stainless steel containers resulting in a high quality, crystal clear Grappa. Presented in a branded Alexander tin. Learn More
  • Summum Reserva Especial Rum, Dominican Republic

    Summum is a latin word which describes the absolute excellence, the maximum and is a perfect description of this Dominican rum. Created by the master distiller Juan Alberto & Alvarez, who has extensive experience in the art of rum and is well known in the Caribbean. Summum rum is aged using the solera process for ageing spirits, in which barrels containing older spirits are topped off and married with younger spirit from other barrels as the angel's share takes its toll. Extremely smooth, complex and warm with rich and enticing aromas of vanilla, prunes and roasted caramel entice you in while a second sniff around the glass finds notes of oak and vanilla, the effect of so many years spent in oak casks. A sip from the glass reveals a sweet, smoothness. There is a lot of vanilla at the front, followed by sweet dry almond notes on the mid-palate. The body is smooth and silky on the tongue, giving the rum an incredibly pleasant mouth-feel. Slight alcohol and rum heat on the finish with a long tongue tingling spiciness. Learn More

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