Spirits & Liqueurs

Spirits & Liqueurs

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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
  • Pastis, Aqualanca l'Anis d'Antan

    The recipe for Aqualanca is inspired by 18th and 19th century recipes for aniseed-flavoured liqueurs such as Fenolheta, a liqueur from Aix-en-Provence made from fennel and wormwood. Aqualanca contains little liquorice or exotic spice. The macerations and alcoholate-based products are made using local plants, such as fennel, aneth, coriander, verbena, peppermint and wormwood, as well as Piedmont achilles. A refined drink, Aqualanca brings all the freshness that nature has to offer in Provence. It should be diluted in six times its volume of pure cold water and served with ice cubes. Its incomparable subtlety and delicate freshness linger on the tongue, recalling the warmth of the Mediterranean, and magic moments spent over the aperitif. Learn More
  • VSOP 1er Cru de Cognac Gilles Brisson

    Almost like dessert in a glass, this deep topaz-hued Cognac has a scent that evokes baked apple and dried orange peel. On the palate, more caramel and mocha emerges, flecked with baking spice and orange peel on the finish. Learn More
  • Ocumare Anejo Rum, Venezuela

    In Venezuela it is forbidden to alter rum with substances that contribute colour, flavour or aroma in an artificial way, also they must be aged for at least two years. These rules distinguish Venezuelan rum from the rest of the world and in 2014 Venezuela was recognised worldwide with the best rum awards in the world and the best distillery in the world at the International Tasting Contest held in Madrid, Spain.

    Ocumare Anejo is a dark rum matured in bourbon barrels for three years and named after the Venezuelan city where it's made - Ocumare del Tuy. It's round and well-balanced with aromas of vanilla, and cocoa while flavours of praline, sweet cinnamon and hints of cigar box fill the mouth. Great in cocktails and, unusually, it goes very well with chocolate.

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  • Pastis de Marseille, P'tit Bleu

    Like a Provencal sky, or the Mediterranean sea, with the colours of Marseille, P'tit Bleu keeps its cool! Admire the amazing haze of the P'tit Bleu when water changes the electric blue to emerald green in the glass. Learn More
  • Versinthe Absinthe Liqueur

    This lower strength 45% green absinthe from Distilleries de Provence is very sweet and heavy on the anis flavour, with some aromatic herbs and a light woody bitterness. To appreciate the richness of flavour, serve Versinthe by pouring it over a sugar cube placed above the glass on a perforated spoon. The purists enjoy it by adding 6 to 10 times its volume of fresh water. Learn More
  • Pastis, Domaine Restanques

    This Pastis is produced from pure chinese Anis which is grown on the Jean Boyer estate. Liquorice of the Orient made using the old fashioned methods of the farm of Provence. Pastis is synonymous with the south of France, particularly Provence. Even if you haven't been there, you can still imagine sitting in a fine Marseilles cafe with a glass filled with one part Pastis and five parts chilled water. Serving this classic drink involves ritual. Ideally you must add the water to the glass before the Pastis to give the best taste. Learn More
  • 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
  • Jawbox Classic Dry Gin Belfast Cut

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    Celebrating The True Character of Belfast… There was a time when the front door was left unlocked. When the kitchen was the scullery. And in the tiny scullery stood the Belfast sink (aka the Jawbox as a lot of craic was heard around it). And it still is with this terrific Gin named after the Belfast Sink.

    Jawbox Gin is Ireland's first single estate Belfast Cut gin. A classic dry gin that is produced at the Echlinville Distillery in Kircubbin, Northern Ireland. Hand crafted under the watchful eye of the Jawbox founder Gerry White. There are a wealth of botanicals used to flavour this superb gin: Coriander seed, orange and lemon peel, angelica root, cassia bark, almond, licquorice and orrris root powder and black mountain heather.

    Try Something different: Gin and Ginger Ale Jawbox are proud of what they have brought to the world, so they ask you to set aside the usual in favour of the unusual and raise a glass with Jawbox Gin and Ginger Ale. Thank you Belfast!

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  • Dun Mhor, The Smoky Peated and Fine Blended Scotch Whisky

    Big, bold, peaty, and as the name suggests, more than a little smoky, this blended whisky from Dun Mhor is made in the traditional manner without any chillfiltration. 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

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