Spirits & Liqueurs

Spirits & Liqueurs

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  • 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
  • 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
  • Vodka Wratislavia, Polonaise, 50cl

    Wratislavia is an exclusive Polish vodka that combines centuries of expertise. Highly prized by connoisseurs. Made from mixed grain this is an incredibly smooth and fresh vodka. The bottle is wrapped with a panoramic view of Wroclaw, the largest city in western Poland. 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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  • VS Selection 1er Cru de Cognac Gilles Brisson

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    Fresh grape aromas - a deliciously intense Cognac, full of character. Learn More
  • 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
  • Pastis de Marseille, Lou Sou

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    The quality of this pastis comes from its careful selection of natural ingredients. The essence of star anise is refined in ancient brass stills. Licorice sticks and other spices are infused in the alcohol to give this true pastis of Marseille its natural colour. Learn More
  • Feckin Irish Vodka

    Feckin Vodka, from the Echlinville Distillery in Northern Ireland, is a new vodka with a deliciously crisp and clean taste and a lengthy finish. Drink it with your favourite mixer or sip it on its own. 


    The Echlinville Distillery became Northern Ireland's first licenced distillery in over 125 years, distilling its first spirit in 2013. From then it's gone from strength to strength. Historically the production of whiskey has been its forte but more recently ventures in vodka and gin have begun.

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  • 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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  • Feckin Irish Whiskey

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    Feckin Irish Whiskey is the brainchild of entrepreneur, Shane Braniff, who hails from Portaferry, Co. Down, and whose family and ancestors have been involved in the drinks trade for decades. Shane’s passion for adventure and his constant quest to innovate have led him to conceive, develop and launch the most unique whiskey to ever hit the market.

    Perfectly balanced, this playful spirit has its own unique character and delivers a silky smooth, honeyed finish with gentle malty notes. It's won a number of prestigious whiskey-tasting accolades, and deservedly so. 

    This blend of the highest quality Irish whiskeys has newspaper style labelling with quirky stories on both the front and back of the tall rectangular shaped bottle. Eye catching and unconventional and totally encapsulating the 'craic'. The name is the only non serious part of this super smooth Irish whiskey that can be enjoyed as it comes, on the rocks or with a mixer.

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  • Mackinlays Scotch Whisky, blended

    A good traditional character which remains true to the guiding influence of five generations. This whisky is produced for the continental market and is a rare find in the UK. Made with malt and grain whiskies aged in excess of 5 years, this blended Scotch whisky comes from the Mackinlay's range, which has a long history in the whisky world. Mackinlay's was the brand of whisky that Ernest Shackleton left in Antarctica during an Antarctic expedition. Learn More
  • Pineau des Charentes 'Premium Vieux' Daniel Bouju

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    This exceptional premium, 15 year old Pineau des Charentes is fantastic served chilled and will delight the lovers of sweet wines, sherry and port. Learn More

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