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Aberfeldy 12 is a fruity, clean and polished malt with a touch of honey and spice. An excellent introduction to this Highland distillery. Aberfeldy's main claim to fame is as the heart of the excellent Dewar's blend but whiskies like this are putting it firmly in the spotlight. ABV: 40% Aberfeldy is fsmous for its particular honeyed notes.
Elements Eight Criollo Cacao Rum combines aged St Lucian rum with St Lucian Criollo Cacao beans via infusion in the barrel. This can be served chilled with a twist of orange peel or in various cocktails, for example this will add a chocolatey undertone to an Old Fashioned. ABV: 40%
CÎROC French Vanilla is a distinctive vanilla flavour inspired from the French way of making vanilla ice cream – a richer, smoother and creamier flavour and consistency – which marries perfectly with the luxurious smooth texture of CÎROC.. ABV: 37.5%
The folks behind Citadelle Gin have once again donned their experimentation hats and created a marvellous variation on their classic recipe. This time, they've spruced up the fantastic French gin with the inclusion of wild cherry blossom petals - and as if that wasn't enough, they went on to age the gin in cherrywood casks for five months! ABV: 42.6%
Limited Edition. Aged for up to 6 years in Kentucky Bourbon barrels & Three times distilled; Pot, Column and Kentucky Bourbon Vendome Pot Stills . Tasting Notes: Full bodied, complex and balanced with exceptionally long finish. Rounded complex nose of honeyed fruit, raisin, prunes and hints of spice with well integrated toasty oak aromas. Palate of honeyed raisin fruit, dried apricot, spices and hints of dark chocolate with a soft velvety texture. ABV: 40%
Somersby Lower Carb is an easy drinking, crisp apple cider. It contains a blend of tart & sweet apples for a balanced semi-sweet taste. With 30% less carbs and 30% less sugar that regular Somersby, it's a pleasant sparkling cider for sunny afternoons with friends. ABV: 4%
Built around a core of beautifully ripe dark berryfruit, plum and black cherry, the wine also displays lifted aromatic notes of violet, lavender, vanilla, cedar and thyme. The palate is full bodied and powerful with a plush richness and weight balanced by gentle acidity and an exceptionally fine grained, ripe tannin structure that lends the wine great presence across the full length of the palate.
Crammed full of rich, dark berryfruit the nose is lifted by beautifully perfumed floral aromas, warm exotic spices with subtle complexities of roasted coffee bean and smoky charcuterie. The palate is full bodied and velvety, with lovely line of gentle acidity delivering balance and length.
In England's famous 'Black Country', the Sadler family have been purveyors of the finest beers and spirits since 1861. Over a century's worth of knowledge and passion has led the family to create this bold, small batch, handcrafted spiced gin, blended with exotic spices and botanicals. ABV: 40%
Named after the Peaky Blinders street gang from the later 19th and early 20th Century, this is a black spiced rum that has been blended with various spices to help accentuate the rum's flavour profile. As such, this expression features big ol' helpings of vanilla, clove and flamed orange peel notes. ABV: 40%
An aged premium, 40% Jamaican Pot and Column Still rum infused with bold ginger and very subtle hints of lemongrass and citrus flavour. A silky, full-bodied black ginger rum that brings a new level of home mixing and bar versatility to rums. Simply put, it is ‘Luscious Rumbustion’. Ginger is the magic ingredient. ABV: 40%
The elemental freshness of our coastal spirit is invigorated in Glenglassaugh Port Wood finish. Whilst finishing in ruby Port pipes, the oak?s open structure combines with the influence of the sea, as waves of dark fruit ebb in synchrony with fresh mint and fruit zest. For a moment, you may find yourself picking berries in a herb garden, enlivened by the sea. ABV:46%
The first release in Aberlour's Casg Annamh series! This expression (named after the Gaelic for "rare cask") is matured in a trio of cask types, including European oak sherry casks and two sorts of American oak cask. Presented in similar livery to their very popular A'Bunadh expression, and with a sherry-dominated flavour profile too. ABV: 48%
Full and rich. A custom-fitted generous mid-palate – mandated for this marque. Flavours of a platter of charcuterie meats, pastrami dominating. Also vying for taste and textural attention – pomegranate, cranberry, Madagascan vanilla pod, liquorice straps. This wine’s youthful profile tempered by softened and even tannins – from start to finish. And the judicious use of new oak.
The original and most powerful expression of Penfolds multi-vineyard, multi-district blending philosophy, Grange is arguably Australia’s most celebrated wine and is officially listed as a Heritage Icon of South Australia. Crafted utilising fully-ripe, intensely-flavoured and structured Shiraz grapes, the result is a unique Australian style that is now recognised as one of the most consistent of the world’s great wines. With an unbroken line of vintages from the experimental 1951, Grange clearly demonstrates the synergy between Shiraz and the soils and climates of South Australia. Palate: Initially the ‘enlivened’ dark fruits of a Christmas pudding or boiled fruitcake mix demand attention. But there’s much more to complement these fruits – impressions of ironstone, graphite, iodine, black ink, and a black pudding viscosity. Formidable, meshed tannins – texturally honeycombed, without the honey! Oak has entwined itself invisible. Yes, every barrel still new, and completion of fermentation off skins in barrel still Grange modus operandi. Integrated, measured ... and clearly more than one sip required to gain an authentic ‘first-impression’. Certainly a wine of its vintage. A Grange of 2015.
Penfolds RWT Shiraz presents an admirable alternative to the multi-regional sourcing and American oak maturation that are hallmarks of Grange, expressing instead, single-region Barossa Valley Shiraz matured only in French oak. Its style is opulent and fleshy, contrasting with Grange, which is more muscular and assertive. RWT is made from fruit primarily selected for its aromatic qualities and fine texture. The result is a wine that helps to redefine Barossa Shiraz at the highest quality level. Palate: A firm and binding structure, medium-bodied. Focussed/defined, yet still generous. Mouth-watering acidity clutching opulent fruits renders an impressive pathway cleaved across front/middle/back palate ... a pathway all ably assisted by chalky tannins and absorbed integrated oak. Currently youthful and energetic, yet this vintage already impatiently awaits its secondary and tertiary maturation phases. Tension. In the interim, partake.
St Henri is a time-honoured and alternative expression of Shiraz, and an intriguing counterpoint to Grange. It is unusual among high quality Australian red wines as it does not rely on any new oak. Proudly, a wine style that hasn’t succumbed to the dictates of fashion or commerce. St Henri is rich and plush when young, gaining soft, earthy, mocha-like characters as it ages. It is matured in old, 1,460 litre vats that allow the wine to develop, imparting minimal, if any oak character. Palate: Instant delivery, demands attention. Engulfs palate ... ever so deftly. No intimidation. A pure-fruited retronasal continuum from the first sniff to the post-ingestion back-palate. No gaps – call it saturation or density/compaction sans ‘bigness’ – apportioned correctly. Red and dark-fruited, a compote of fresh prune and quince.
Colour: Garnet red. Nose: An aromatic umbrella sheltering all things cabernet. An immediate ascent of violet, mulberry leaf – laced with star anise, cinnamon, orange zest. Followed by varietal wafts of tomato ketchup, soy, iodine, and oddly, a Chinese spice/stock marinade. Not yet exiting this theme - sweet plum sauce, hoisin and roast duck crackling trepidatiously follows. Palate: Immediately more Tuscan than Bordeaux in cabernet character. Nevertheless, still very (South) Australian. Savoury, with a sour cherry grip ... and subtle cherry pip oak influence. Mouth-watering and succulent, yet still linear – tempered by appetising angular tannins. Darker fruits and green Spanish (stuffed) olive flavours further define the vintage, style.
Colour: Black core, garnet edges. Palate: Certainly less confected (literally) and meatier than the nose might suggest – flavours akin to Greek lamb and rosemary, bone marrow/steak tartare, carpaccio of assorted meats. Yet fruits and berries are evident, manifested primarily via an impression of a juniper/strawberry/cranberry reduction. And cola. Sleek tannins and the interface of judicious oak facilitate a plush and glossy Bin 150 disposition, avec sheen.
Crown Royal XO furthers the signature blend from 50 of Crown Royal's finest whiskies, and then finishes them in cognac casks. Resulting in both an extraordinarily complex and smooth expression, Crown Royal XO is an elegant whisky that is deliciously balanced with hints of vanilla, spice and rich dry fruit. ABV: 40%
Hazelburn is the name given to the triple distilled spirit made at the Springbank distillery from entirely unpeated barley. These two decisions create a very light, delicate spirit that develops into a sweet whisky with notes of marzipan, stewed pears and honeycomb. The palate is very oily and mouthfilling, with a hint of coconut and liquorice. A distinctively scented and textural whisky that is the perfect balance of spirit character and wood influence. ABV: 46%
Cynar is an artichoke based bittersweet liqueur known for its versatility and distinctive flavour; its taste is enriched by an infusion of 13 herbs and plants. The name of the drink derives from Cynar scolymus, the botanical name for artichoke, as artichoke leaves lend the distinctive flavour. The secret recipe, which has remained the same since its creation, is based on some of the natural substances found in the artichokes, including ‘cynarine’. ABV: 16.5%
The Macallan Quest might sound like some sort of epic journey to throw an evil chime hoop into a massive sherry cask, but it's actually a Travel Retail bottling of Macallan single malt drawn from four varieties of cask - bourbon casks, sherry-seasoned European oak casks, sherry-seasoned American oak casks, and hogsheads. The name is a reference to the lengths taken by the Macallan team to source the best oak to mature whisky in. ABV: 40%
All the way from Spain comes Berry Pickers Gin, made with fresh strawberries grown in Huelva (it's in the south-west of Spain, for those of you that aren't quite up to scratch with your Spanish geography). Alongside these tasty berries, you'll find juniper, orange, lime and cardamom within this tipple. It seems obvious, but this will most definitely suit being sipped in a Gin Tonica. ABV: 38%
The vibrant pink hue of Bosford Rose Gin gives a hint to the flavours you’ll expect. Bosford takes its London Dry Gin and adds strawberries and raspberries, giving it a fresh layer of juicy red fruits. Add a splash to a glass of sparkling wine or simply add tonic for a fruity take on a G&T. ABV: 37.5%
Produced in the Netherlands, Black Tomato Gin is made using black tomatoes as well as a few drops of sea water! Shows off a fascinating balance between sweet and savoury flavours - and ought to be excellent in a Red Snapper. ABV: 42.3%
Knockando is a classic Speyside whisky in style with a delicate, floral and honeyed aroma. It has a smooth palate with flavours of nuts, soft smoke, ginger and malt.
A thirst-quenching Pilsner with a light golden hue and just the right amount of zest. We've dialled back the bitterness to let the fresh lime and citrus attributes shine, making this the perfect brew for when it’s time to cool off and unwind. ABV: 4.7%