Cotswolds Cream Liqueur is made by mixing their new-make single malt spirit (unaged whisky) with fresh Irish cream, creating a wonderfully rich liqueur with notes of vanilla and butterscotch.
For this Dijon Crème de Cassis 15% the most prestigious blackcurrant variety, the Noir de Bourgogne variety, was the only one used. The berries harvested exclusively in Burgundy in France.
The berries are macerated in a water and alcohol solution for about 10 weeks. After that French white sugar is added to obtain this crème de cassis.
Made with Winslow Plums and a blend traditional Christmas spices including Ginger, Clove, Cinnamon, and Star Anise, this Christmas Liqueur is the ideal Winter warmer.
All this needs is a mince pie and an open fire. However it is equally at home in a glass of Fizz.
The original. The classic. Golden Yellow in colour with a light green hue. A perfectly balanced blend of Mediterranean exotic herbs and plants, all sourced and blended in their natural form. The resulting taste is rounded with a powerful aromatic top note that softens to a mellow deep taste.
To this day the Galliano recipe remains a guarded secret. Here is just a handful of the extracts: Mediterranean Anise, Juniper, Musk Yarrow, Star Anise, Lavender, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Vanilla.
Briottet’s rose Liqueur brings out all the delicacy of the rose, since it is made by distilling rose petals. Extra-fine white sugar is added, and this liqueur — which is both elegant and subtle — is just about ready to be drunk.
Merlyn is a magical creation of the purest spirit and the finest cream from the land of legends.
Nose: Rich, warming creamy texture and fudge toffee is overlaid with the tingling aroma of fresh clean spirit. Vanilla, hints of banana and exotic fruits – and even rose petals – all linger gently in the background.
Palate: In the mouth the fruits are more intense and intermingle with the vanilla.
Finish: The combination of fresh cream and complex spirit produces a mysterious depth which is difficult to describe but encourages the next mouthful.