Strikingly smooth to taste and beautiful to behold in its iconic Bristol-blue glass bottle, this original, multi-award-winning 6 O’clock Gin was born in 2010, perfected from an old family gin recipe.
It has a soft and citrusy flavour, led by juniper, carefully balanced with coriander seed, angelica root, orris root, winter savory, elderflower and orange peel, all lovingly distilled for a deeply-delicious taste experience.
Baron de Sigognac are heirs to centuries of knowledge and tradition; The Sigognac house is one of the oldest in Armagnac. Something of a rarity in the region Baron de Sigognac own all its own vineyards, its distillery, its ageing cellars and its bottling line, allowing complete control over all aspects of producing the finest spirit.
Every year Baron de Sigognac makes sure they keep a few of the best casks for extra long ageing. After many years of following this policy they have an almost unique cellar containing well over a 1000 casks of vintage Armagnac.
Benromach distillery is the smallest working distillery in Speyside. Its aromas include rich sherry, fruit and chocolate with delicates spice, green apples and a touch of light peat smoke, this opens on the palate to tastes of juicy raspberries, sherry, creamy malt and light peat. With the addition of water the taste offers more nuttiness and oak with exotic notes of pineapple and even kiwi.
First fill Bourbon and Sherry casks
Only ever matured in the highest quality oak casks, Benromach Fifteen Year Old gives cracked pepper, charred oak, apples, dark chocolate and forest fruits with rich sherry notes and a touch of smoke.
Made from whisky matured in American oak casks and chosen to represent the classic, unpeated distillery style, Bruichladdich's signature bottling is made with 100% Scottish Barley. It's clean, fresh and lively with aromas of barley sugar and mint and wildflowers as the palate opens smoothly with ripe green fruit, brown sugar and malt all featuring until the finish.
First launched in 1979, the Bunnahabhain 12 year old has endured almost 40 years, thanks to the passion and dedication of the distillery team.
The 12 Year Old has set the tone and the benchmark for the rest of the range – only the best will do. Double Matured in Ex Bourbon and Ex Sherry Casks, this whisky is beautifully rich and full-bodied, achieving the perfect balance of the characteristic nutty and sherry flavours of Bunnahabhain.
Aberlour’s character balances malt and fruit. Matured solely in first fill bourbon, this release offers a crisp, clean, refreshing look at a distillery usually famed for sherry influence. Crisp green apples and juicy pears makes for a refreshing palate with a subtle spearmint finish. One of 1245 bottles in this release
Matured for 9 years in ex-Islay Bourbon barrels. The rural Aberdeenshire water, along with local peat and coal fed stills gives a dram with vibrant fresh smoke, sea spray and a hint of citrus zest.
No official distillery bottling has ever been produced and Balmenach is rarely seen, even in independent releases. Dating back to 1824 (as a legal distillery) Balmenach is one Speyside’s oldest and most traditional distilleries, making what could be classed as an ‘old-style’ whisky that is rich and lends itself to sherry maturation. 10 years in Oloroso Sherry casks have given aromas of toasted hot cross buns, with candied orange peel, raisins, and gentle spice in the mouth. One of 1247 bottles
Another cracker from Glenburgie, however this 10-year-old has been matured in luxurious PX Sherry Hogsheads. Decadent and sweet with notes of toasted pecan nuts drizzled in golden syrup, this is not one to be missed.
An integral part of some of the world’s best-loved blends, although built in 1971 it didn't release a single malt until 1992. and even now distillery bottlings are rare. Bottled in a run of 794 bottles, the wisky has spent 12 years in Bourbon Hogsheads give fruity notes of honeyed granola, dried pineapple, papaya, and toasted almonds
This cracker has been finished in European Virgin Oak Casks and has taken everything this cask had to offer with salted caramel on a brioche bun and fresh pineapple on the finish.
A malt that has been made for those cold Winter evenings, this explodes with bonfire smoke and salty seaweed with a gentle sweetness on the finish. The perfect present for any peat lover this Christmas.
Created entirely from field to bottle on our Herefordshire family farm, this truly British vodka has exquisite quality and real provenance, with 250 glorious Herefordshire potatoes in every bottle.
Batch produced in our copper pot still, Fat Betty, for the purest finish, creating a smooth and creamy vodka. Perfect for the ultimate vodka martini.Chase Distillery
100% Fin Bois. Cultivated, harvested, vinified, aged and bottled at the Chateau, made from a blend of 92% Ugni Blanc and 8% Colombard.
Light amber with golden tints; it has a very fruity aromatic palate, highlights of prunes and pear with floral (jasmine and acacia) hints and finishes with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Fresh and fruity with a soft structure and a very seductive finish
100% Fin Bois. Cultivated, harvested, vinified, aged and bottled at the Chateau, made from a blend of 87% Ugni Blanc and 13% Colombard.
Powerful aromatic palate, with subtle hints of spices, leather, raisins and prunes. In the mouth - perfectly balanced with a round and soft structure and a very long and distinguished finish with the noble ‘rancio’ characteristic of properly mature cognac. Intense and elegant this Single Estate Grand Cru Cognac XO reflects all the identity of this exceptional terroir.
Charming Gift Set containing 4 miniatures (5cl) showcasing Copper in the Clouds finest creations:
Mango & Black Pepper Gin
Lychee & Raspberry Gin
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.
Cotswolds limited edition Cloudy Christmas Gin is a festive twist on their classic Cotswolds Dry Gin. Featuring nine carefully considered botanicals, including sweet zesty clementine and cardamom, this is a traditional juniper-led gin with a touch of Christmas magic. Expect refreshing bursts of clementine, a hint of warm spice and a traditional juniper taste, as well as their signature cloudy glow when ice or tonic is added. A must-have for your Christmas gin collection!
Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky is the first whisky ever distilled in the Cotswolds. They use 100% locally grown, floor-malted barley and mature the whisky in first-fill ex-Bourbon barrels and reconditioned red wine casks. Rich, fruity and sippable with notes of honey, Seville orange marmalade and dark red fruits.
Cotswold Distillery's cask strength Peated Cask Single Malt Whisky is hand-crafted in small batches using 100% local barley which is traditionally floor-malted. Long fermentations and double pot distillation, followed by maturation in ex-peated quarter casks, create a wonderfully-balanced rich and fruity whisky with subtle notes of peat smoke.
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.
This very old cognac comes from a vineyard perched on a hill overlooking the ancient the hamlet of Bonneuil or «beautiful clearing». The hamlet traces its origins back almost 3 millennia and as its name suggests, sits in a valley in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, cognac’s finest terroir. The wellseasoned cask used for ageing this cognac is made from French oak and holds up to 350L. The use of old, seasoned oak reduces the influence of tannins, and allows the flavour of the vines and the terroir to pass into the cognac, resulting in a cognac of remarkable elegance. The cask has been aged in one of smallest cellars, formerly part of the Priory House. This historic 13th century vaulted cellar has become emblematic of Delamain’s history and heritage. South-facing, the cellar still has two narrow church windows, just enough for sunlight to filter through. The thick, rough-hewn walls of local limestone contribute to ideal levels of moisture and temperature. As a result of its Grande Champagne eau-de-vie, seasoned French oak and cellaring, the Bonneuil has evolved into a truly unique cognac, taking pride of place within the Pléiade range.
Diplomático Reserva Exclusiva is an elegant and complex sipping rum, carefully crafted from the purest of sugar cane honeys. It is delicately distilled in ancient copper pot stills and aged in small oak casks for up to twelve years. Marrying a unique body with excellent balance has made it a reference for rum lovers and connoisseurs throughout the world.
Nose- Peat smoke opens to reveal notes of maple cured meat, toffee, and baked apples. Seaside grasses aromas linger and finish in a gentle briny edge.
Taste- Stewed fruits, sultanas, and currants with milk chocolate flavours combine with crème brûlée. Sweet toffee is complemented by bursts of citrus and a smouldering bonfire ember edge.
Finish- Lingering oak slowly fades to reveal soft hints of citrus.
The Reposado is carefully rested in a combination of new and used French limousine oak barrels for a minimum of eight months and up to two years. This ensures that the resulting spirit is the perfect balance between agave notes and those from the barrel.
NOSE Immediately very fruity – red fruits, especially cherries, and jam. The sweetness of cooked agave enhances the fruitiness, with delicate herbal notes providing a balancing counterpoint.
PALATE The French oak influence becomes obvious on the palate, with rich caramel, maple syrup and creamy vanilla flavours. With those is fruity dark chocolate, some of the jam from the nose, although deep in the mix, and gentle spiciness.
FINISH The cask influence is felt yet again in the finish, where agave pepperiness quickly fades to vanilla.