Our award winning Boe Superior Gin is infused with violets to create Boe Violet Gin. The addition of violets creates a stylish gin with a light, delicate taste and beautiful colour and aroma. Enjoy with tonic, in a cocktail or with the mixer and accompaniment of your choice.
Bold London Spirit is a powerful, smooth, but ever so slightly, bitter spirit at 36% ABV. Similar to gin production, distilled neutral grain spirit is infused with tart sour cherries, 15 botanicals and cassia bark to add a hint of bitterness. The overall result is a rich cherry spirit with a beautifully warm, rounded spiciness and a delicate floral bite. It awakens the taste buds and wets the palate of the discerning drinker, and more scientifically, hits the bitter receptors along the tongue and gastrointestinal tract.
Hand crafted, all natural, all British, Bold aperitif. Enjoy neat or on the rocks with citrus zest, or if you’re feeling adventurous, serve up a twist on a Martinez or Old Fashioned classic.
Bols Blue the original Blue Curaçao. Bols Blue was, and still is, the world's best-selling blue curaçao.
Known in the previous century as "Crème de Ciel", it is one of the oldest flavours in the modern Bols liqueur range. Bols Blue adds a sparkling blue colour, a powerful orange flavour and a superb and unique aftertaste to any cocktail. As well as being a great substitute for Triple Sec in cocktails like the Blue Margarita and electric lemonade, it is also delicious when served long with soda or orange juice.
Bols Cherry Brandy is a deep red cherry liqueur using fresh cherries from Eastern Europe, where cherry brandy has long been a tradition.
The cherry'?s stone, its kernel, is crushed and gives Bols Cherry Brandy a faint amaretto flavor. Extracts of various selected herbs and spices produce a well balanced liqueur. The most famous cocktail with Bols Cherry is the Singapore Sling, invented in Raffles Hotel, in Singapore.
Like many great things, this gin was created by a chance event. A batch of juniper berries was accidentally left next to a traditional coal-burning stove, known as a "stuba" in the Occitan dialect. Upon discovering their mistake, the master distillers used the smoked berries for fun - and voila! The unexpected, extraordinary flavour of this premium gin was born.
Brighton Gin is made with 100% British organic wheat spirit - super smooth, and without any of the nasties that can give you a sore and sorry head - which is then re-distilled with juniper, fresh orange and lime peel, locally-grown coriander seed (this first UK commercially grown coriander seed in over 200years) and milk thistle, which is indigenous to the South Downs and renowned for its kindness to the liver function...
Brockmans unique recipe of naturally grown aromatic botanicals are steeped in pure grain spirit for many hours to release their natural oils and aromas. The more traditional notes of gin are combined with a refreshing influence of citrus and aromatic wild berries. Bulgarian coriander plays its part, providing an aromatic, gingery orange top note. This blends perfectly with the soft and rounded harmonies of blueberries and blackberries, all of which is supported by the bottom note of Tuscan juniper berries. Dry, bittersweet Valencian orange peel elongates the deeper tones and gives an intensely smooth finish.
Thereafter, Brockmans is slowly distilled in a 100 year old traditional copper still, where we capture the heart of the gin distillation. The distinctive gin notes derived from Brockmans unique recipe deliver an exquisite intensely smooth gin, with a uniquely defining sensual taste experience.
It stands proudly alone from the many other types of gin due to the unique recipe of exquisite botanicals and the patient steeping distillation process. Where the more traditional notes of gin are combined with a refreshing influence of citrus and aromatic wild blackberries and blueberries. This creates an intensely smooth gin taste that is sensual and daringly different.
The distillery where Broker’s Gin is made is located near Birmingham, England and is over 200 years old. There had previously been a brewery on the site, but this was converted to a distillery at a time when gin-making became more profitable than beer-making.
The distillery uses only traditional pot stills. Continuous distillation using column stills is more efficient and is used by the major brands, but pot stills are better for extracting maximum flavour from the botanicals in a traditional hand-crafted fashion.
The base spirit for Broker’s Gin is quadruple-distilled pure grain spirit made from English wheat. The flavour is provided by ten natural botanicals, the primary one of which is juniper berries – as in all gins. The botanicals are steeped – soaked – in the base spirit in the still for 24 hours. This is the first part of the flavour-infusion process. The still is then fired up for the final, fifth distillation, which completes the process.
The botanicals used in Broker’s Gin and their sources are:
Brooklyn Gin is a craft spirit made in New York with fresh citrus peels and hand-cracked juniper. Our gin is fresh, complex, and flavorful. It's good enough to drink on its own and we're proud of that.
Other folks are noticing, too. We won a double gold medal at the 2016 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, a double gold medal at the 2015 New York World Wine & Spirits Competition, a gold medal at the 2015 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, a gold medal at the 2015 Craft Competition, and 91 points and a rating of "Excellent, Highly Recommended" at the 2015 Ultimate Spirits Challenge.
We use 100% fresh citrus peels and hand-cracked juniper. By hand-cutting the citrus fruit, and releasing the essential oils in the juniper berries, we make a more vibrant gin than the distillers who use frozen or dried citrus peels.
Bruadar is a beguiling marriage of Single Malt Scotch Whisky with the unique flavours of Honey & Sloe Berries.
At home, after dinner, or in the great outdoors, from a hipflask, Bruadar is the most versatile of liqueurs.
It is easy to understand why it’s named after the Gaelic word for “dream” with the sweet & subtle flavours able to transport you to another place entirely.
Lovingly created in the heart of Perthshire by Morrison & MacKay Ltd Scotch Whisky Merchants and Compounders of Fine Liqueurs.
Morrison And Mackay
The spirit of Octomore has been defying logic for over fifteen years. The ‘what if’ moment that once seemed almost absurd has progressively morphed into something endlessly alluring.
Octomore 09.1 questions the fundamentals of superior single malt Scotch. Confident in its five year age statement, our Head Distiller demonstrates how a focus on raw ingredients and considered distillation can definitively debunk the myth that older is better. Distilled in 2012 from 100% Scottish barley, the 09.1 is matured full-term in top-tier ex-American whiskey casks.
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Malted to 156PPM
Distilled from 100% Scottish grown Concerto barley, harvested in 2011 and distilled in 2012
Matured entirely on Islay for five years in ex-American whiskey casks (5yrs), full term in Jim Beam (51%), Jack Daniels (26%), Clermont (15%), Old Grand-Dad (8%)
Bottled unchill-filtered and colouring free at Bruichladdich Distillery, 59.1% alc. / vol.
Appealing and lively take on this classic distillery, central to the Ballantines blend. There's lots of bright, sweet fruit upfront with a nicely matched malty core. Ageing in Bourbon barrels adds sweet vanilla and caramel overtones.
Big, chewy, Sherry-aged, cask-strength Mortlach. This is a whisky that really delivers with big, punchy flavours. But that's not to say that this is an unsubtle bruiser - far from it. There are layers of flavour washing over your palate and all the elements are beautifully integrated.
Colour. Sustained yellow with orange tints. Nose. Powerful and rather oaky, the fruit flavours (peach and cherry plum) blending perfectly with the elegantly spicy bouquet. Mouth. Warming and mild, with peppy notes of paprika.
First, the world's finest blackberries and raspberries are chosen. Then the juices are squeezed, soaked in French spirits and left to mingle for four weeks to surrender their flavour. More French spirits are added to wash the fruit for more flavour. After two weeks the infusion has infused.
The velvety fruity base is married to the fine French XO cognac, extracts of Madagascar vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel and honey then left to mingle.
Capturing the rounded, floral flavour of the English elderflower, our liqueur is made with our own vodka – and without using heat or artificial ingredients. Perfect as an accompaniment to champagne, cocktails or dessert.
GB Gin is crafted by copper pot distilling Chase Potato Vodka with 10 botanicals; juniper (the buds and the berries), cinnamon, ginger, coriander, angelica root, almond, clove, lemon peel and liquorice root to create our GB extra dry gin.
This smooth yet bursting with flavour gin creates a bittersweet symphony with a good Mediterranean tonic.
A spectacular pairing of fresh pink grapefruit with our award winning GB gin. Floral and zesty, a wave of tartness hits your tongue first, followed by a juicy kick of grapefruit peel. Subtle hints of juniper round out the flavour.
Nose. Powerful notes of fleshy pink grapefruit combined with subtle hints of juniper and lime zest.
Palate. Tart grapefruit meets robust juniper.
Finish. Strong grapefruit peel.
Recommended Serve. Enjoy as a Grapefruit Gin Fizz by combining 1 1/2 part Williams Pink Grapefruit Gin with 1 part honey syrup, 1 part freshly squeezed ruby red grapefruit juice and 1 large egg white in a shaker filled with ice, shake and strain into a tall glass over cubed ice and garnish with the wedge of grapefruit.
Who doesn't like a chocolate orange, but we all know the perils of ownership; you could leave it on the parcel shelf in the sun, then even refrigeration won't save it - all you will have is a congealed, hardened cricket ball of chocolate. But what if there was an answer? Well, the innovative folks at McQueen Gin have a novel alternative. Chocolate Orange Gin. Made using a mix of classic gin botanicals, orange peel, and cocoa nibs, this is even suitable for those who don’t like milk or milk chocolate.