Spirits & Liqueurs

Spirits & Liqueurs

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  • Creme de Cassis, Cueillette, Joseph Cartron

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    Blackcurrants, exclusively of the most noble of varieties, the Noir de Bourgogne, are chosen with the greatest of care. Grown on the slopes of the Burgundy Grands Crus around Nuits-Saint-Georges, the fruits are harvested early on in summer when at full maturity. Perfect with champagne to make Kir Royale. Learn More
  • Creme de Mure, Briottet

    To be drunk as an aperitif with a dry white wine such as Aligoté, with a sparkling wine or straight with an ice cube. The recipe for this product has evolved as techniques have developed -- about 15 years ago, it was made with Blackcurrant Cream using macerated blackberries. This technique did not bring out the fruit's true flavours. The extraction process employed to obtain the natural flavours of the blackberry is much more effective and it brings out all of the taste of the small fruit. Learn More
  • Pommeau de Normandie, Domaine Pacory

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    Pommeau is a blend of pure apple juice and young Calvados which gives a strength of 17% ABV. There is a balance between the sweetness of the apple juice and the spirit of the Calvados. Pommeau should be drunk chilled as an aperitif. It has the advantage over Pineau in that it is most useful in both sweet and savoury cooking bringing a full apple flavour to many dishes. Learn More
  • Creme de Framboise, Briottet

    High-quality raspberry liqueur from French artisan producer. All the Briottet range have proper 'real' fruit flavour integrity - they taste like the fruit itself, not some confected approximation. Highly recommended. Learn More
  • Creme de Cassis, Briottet

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    This top producer makes first class Creme de Cassis and is excellent with champagne to make Kir Royale. Learn More
  • Creme de Chataigne, Briottet

    Produced using a maceration of chestnuts from the Ardèche department in France, Briottet's Chestnut Cream beautifully reflects the flavours of chestnuts. Surprise your loved ones or friends by serving Briottet Chestnut Cream with Gentiane, poured over ice cream (vanilla or chestnut), or some melon. You could also give the white wine-Chestnut Cream drink a go, which is made up of 1/5 Briottet Chestnut Cream and 4/5 dry white wine such as aligoté. Learn More
  • Creme de Peche de Vigne, Briottet

    White "vine" peaches come from specific plantations which are located beside vineyards. The maceration production process -- the same as that used for grapes -- takes the extreme fragility of the fruit into account. Said fragility explains why so little "vine" peaches are harvested each year, making it a rare and sought-after product. The high quality of Briottet's Special Peach Creme is down to us using a "vine" peach variety which is subtle yet powerful and which is only harvested in our beautiful Burgundy region. You can drink it straight, accompanied by an ice cube, or with a dry or sparkling white wine. Learn More
  • Liqueur au Coquelicot, Briottet

    A unique poppy liqueur inspired by a popular French confectionery. In 1872, the master confectioner Desserey started making poppy pastilles which became a Nemours (northern France) speciality. Briottet's Poppy Liqueur is generous, a real treat, fruity, with a little je ne sais quoi, a taste of sweets. Learn More
  • Mirtillo and Grappa Liqueur

    Born in the Italian Alps grappa infused with blueberries is an tradition that Distilleria Bottega has revived by introducing their best grappa to fresh alpine blueberries. The result is a delicious liqueur with the scent of wild blueberries and a fresh, lively balanced taste. It’s perfect to drink on the rocks or use it to decorate ice creams and sorbets. Learn More
  • Pruneaux d'Agen a l'Armagnac, Delord

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    Following grandmother Delord's historic recipe, using the largest genuine 'Pruneaux d'Agen' called the 'Prune d'Ante'. The prunes are macerated in a liqueur made with 31.5cl of Armagnac, a few grammes of sugar and the Delord secret touch! Great as a gift and fantastic when added to a chocolate dessert. Learn More
  • Sambuca d'Anice Stellato, Bottega

    Sambuca is a strong and sweet liqueur. The name takes its origins from an Arabic term Zammut; an anise-based drink that arrived in Civitavecchia's port by ship coming from Far East. Learn More
  • Gin MG, The Extra Dry London Gin

    The Giró Ribot family have been making aromatic cordials and dealing in wine since 1835 - being based in the Penedés wine region of Spain. By the early 1900s, they had also become distillers of brandy and whisky. During the Spanish civil war, Manuel Giró Sr was hiding in the local mountains when he noticed an abundance of juniper bushes growing there. So, began the family's connection with gin, and in 1940 it launched the highly successful Gin MG brand which is now one of the best-selling gins in Spain.

    Gin prepared following the traditional London Dry Gin method. Classic. Extra-dry. Elegant.

    "Ideal for martinis and G&Ts, look for a brisk, bracing aroma that mixes juniper and anise. The palate is smooth, dry and citrusy, with most of the flavour on the cinnamon-accented finish." Wine Enthusiast 91 pts - rated Best Buy

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