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    For their Sloe Gin, which uses a proportion of handpicked sloes from near the distillery in Gloucester, Bramley & Gage follow the tries and tested method of using a high sloe to gin ratio, moderate sugar and plenty of time Vegan
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    Have you been waiting for a gin where an appropriate garnish would be a slice of buttered toast? Well, here you go - Orange Marmalade Gin from Aber Falls in Abergwyngregyn, Wales. I mean, obviously there are many uses for a gin that packs such a hefty orange flavour profile, but come on. Toast garnish. It's the future Vegan
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    Ancho Reyes Liqueur

    £34.45
    Ancho Reyes is a chilli-infused liqueur from Mexico. First created in 1927, ancho chillis are macerated in cane spirit for six months, producing a fiery drink that can be used to spice up classic cocktails, including Margaritas Vegan
  • Aperol was originally produced by the Barbieri company, based in Padua, but is now produced by the Campari Group. While Aperol was originally created in 1919, by Luigi and Silvio Barbieri, it did not become successful until after World War II. Although it tastes and smells much like Campari, Aperol has an alcohol content of 11%—less than half that of Campari. Aperol and Campari have the same sugar content, and Aperol is less bitter in taste. Campari is also much darker in colour. Aperol is an Italian bitters apéritif made of gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona, among other ingredients. It has a vibrant orange hue. Its name comes from the Italian slang word for aperitivo, which is apero.
  • Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish cream liqueur, an alcoholic drink flavoured with cream, cocoa and Irish whiskey. It is made by Diageo at Nangor Road, in Dublin, Ireland and in Mallusk, Northern Ireland. It is the original Irish cream, invented by a team headed by Tom Jago in 1971 for Gilbeys of Ireland. It has a declared alcohol content of 17% by volume. The formulation of Baileys was motivated partly by the availability of alcohol from a money-losing distillery (part of International Distillers & Vintners, and probably W&A Gilbey) and a desire to use surplus cream from another business, Express Dairies, owned by Grand Metropolitan, resulting from the increased popularity of semi-skimmed milk. It included alcohol, cream and the chocolate milk-based drink powder Nesquik produced by Nestle; the initial formulation process took approximately 45 minutes. Baileys was introduced in 1974 as the first Irish cream on the market. The name is that of a restaurant owned by John Chesterman, who granted W&A Gilbey permission to use it. The fictional R.A. Bailey signature was inspired by The Bailey's Hotel in London, though the registered trademark omits the apostrophe. One of life’s most pleasurable indulgences, Baileys Original Irish Cream is the sweetest meeting of fine Irish whiskey and spirits, Irish dairy cream, rich chocolate and vanilla flavours. The result? Complete deliciousness. Drink neat over ice, shake into cocktails, drizzle over ice-cream, bake a Baileys-tastic cake – perhaps even share it if you have to – Baileys Original Irish Cream equals pure, unadulterated pleasure. Go on, you know you want to!
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    Banks 5 Island is a blend of five rums from distilleries in Trinidad, Barbados and Guyana. They add a little Batavia Arrack from Java and the result is a beautiful cocktail rum. Highly recommended
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    23 different rums from seven different countries (Trinidad, Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados, Indonesia, Panama and Guatemala), have been blended together under the watchful eye of master blender Arnaud de Trabuc. Banks 7 is named in tribute to the seven unique styles of rum used to create this stunning drink
  • Beautifully crafted Bas-Armagnac from Baron de Sigognac. The company owns one short column still which is almost a century old, and it produces around 50-60 casks a year.

    Very supple with notes of cinnamon and nutmeg, sweet vanilla notes and a lovely array of fresh flowers and orange peel. Rich and earthy with notes of conserves and peels, butterscotch, sweet spices, oak. A superb finish with marzipan, hazelnut and custard.

    It works well with blue veined cheeses (Fourme, Roquefort), or with guinea fowl and fruit, duck breast with honey, cep mushroom omelette … Fruit based desserts: tarte tatin, pear charlotte, candied orange … chocolate desserts such as black forest gateau, chocolate mousse… The choice is yours!
  • The Baron de Sigognac company is owned by the Guasch family and is based in the village of Catelnau d'Auzan in Gascony. Their vineyards of Ugni Blanc (75%) and Baceo (25%) are dedicated exclusively to the production of Bas Armagnac. The family have been in Gascony since the 12th century and have owned the château at Bordeneuve since 1974. Today the estate is run by the father-and-son team of Jean-Claude and Thomas who supervise production at the 30 hectare estate. The Domaine is unique as all its production is distilled into Armagnac instead of wine, with its ancient short column still producing up to 60 casks of new spirit annually. Each year's production is aged independently and then blended with other Armagnac upon bottling under Jean-Claude's strict supervision. The Armagnac VS is aged for more than 3 years in cask and is rich and floral making for the perfect digestif. A pale golden in colour. A floral nose of quince, yellow plum and vanilla. On the palate, smooth and rich with flavours of honey and hazelnuts. The finish is lengthy and elegant with further spicy notes. The Blanche can be served as a ‘trou gascon’ (a little glass of ice cold Blanche or prune ice cream and Blanche). It works well with smoked salmon, caviar, cold meats or lemon tart
  • The Guasch family have been in Gascony since the 12th century. They have owned the château at Bordeneuve since 1974. They are one of the region's largest courtier and negociant operations. Today, the father-and-son team of JeanClaude and Thomas look after viticulture, vinification and distillation. Bordeneuve has 60 hectares dedicated to vineyards; 75% are planted with ugni blanc and the rest with baco. The vineyards are superbly situated on very fine clay-sand soils, which are high in acidity and in some places mixed with iron, hence the name sables fauves or tawny sands. Boulbène topsoil, the characteristic regional sediment, is rich in limestone. The domaine is almost unique in the region as all its production is distilled into Armagnac instead of wine. There is one short column still at the domaine (almost 100 years old), which produces up to 50-60 casks of new spirit annually. The wine is distilled on its lees, and drawn off at 55-58%, depending on the harvest. Distillation is continuous through day and night and manually controlled to account for temperature and humidity changes. Each year's production is aged on its own and then blended when bottled; their own distillate is augmented with other Armagnac distilled and aged to (Jean Claude's and Thomas') directions. Armagnac Baron de Sigognac VSOP is a top quality VSOP Armaganc from the Bas Armagnac region. It has spent six months in new casks, followed by seven years in old oak casks, meaning that technically it could qualify as an XO under the current rules. Complex and strong nose, giving floral notes with a characteristic perfume of plums. Good balance with a suave vanilla taste with notes of crystallised fruits. Try it with duck wellington with truffle Armagnac sauce (or mushroom, lentil and walnut wellington), roast quail, tenderloin pork with prunes, or roquefort - lots of it!  
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    This is the Navy-Strength edition of the famous Bathtub Gin from Ableforth's. As well as boasting a higher ABV than the original Bathtub Gin, this edition also has a bigger botanical punch thanks to the 'bashing up' (technical term) of the botanicals to release more flavour. The story goes that the term Navy-Strength was the result of the British Navy demanding gin to be bottled at 57% abv so that if it was accidentally splashed on gunpowder, the powder would still ignite. It was more likely that it was a weight-saving measure but that's not as fun now is it? As well as being named Best Compound Gin three years in a row at the World Gin Awards, Bathtub Gin - Navy-Strength was awarded the IWSC Trophy for Contemporary Gin in 2017! Vegan
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    Beefeater Gin

    £14.99
    Beefeater London Dry Gin was first made in 1820 by James Burroughs. It is still, to this day, made to the same recipe. Great in a martini, this is a spiced, fruity gin Vegan
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    Boe Violet

    £25.49
    A vibrant variation on the Boë Gin recipe, which has been infused with violets! Surely an excellent tipple for the summer months, this will go well in a classic G&T and likely make some dynamically colourful cocktails too Vegetarian
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    Bumbu Rum

    £29.94
    A spiced rum drink based on 16th and 17th century 'bumbo' recipes, Caribbean spices are added with no artificial flavourings or colours at all Vegan
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    Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    Banana and peanut butter – an age-old (and delicious) combination. Now, the folks behind Wooden Moose have put it into its spiced rum! Made with a base of Guyanese rum, it's rich, nutty, and subtly sweet! Now then!
  • Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    Banana and peanut butter – an age-old (and delicious) combination. Now, the folks behind Wooden Moose have put it into its spiced rum! Made with a base of Guyanese rum, it's rich, nutty, and subtly sweet! Now then!
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    Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    A juicy, fruity spiced rum from the Wooden Moose range! A base of Guyanese rum has been treated to the addition of caramelised pineapple and tangy passion fruit. This is sure to make some rather vibrant Daiquiris!
  • Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    A juicy, fruity spiced rum from the Wooden Moose range! A base of Guyanese rum has been treated to the addition of caramelised pineapple and tangy passion fruit. This is sure to make some rather vibrant Daiquiris!
  • Famous for his natural tonics, Don Cazacabel is a healer with powers that attracted Mexicans from hundreds of miles around. A fainthful student of Toltec, Olmec and Aztec traditions, his Tequila recipes only use the best, natural ingredients that the fertile land can offer and his philosophy has been the inspiration for Cazcabel Tequila.

    Cazcabel tequila is created in an independent micro distillery in the town of Arandas, located in the highlands of the Jalisco mountains in Mexico.

    The elevation of Arandas ensures that the agave are well hydrated and that they have mineral and nutrient rich soil which allow them to grow larger than anywhere else in Jalisco.

    Once harvested they use autoclaves to steam their piñas and start converting the carbohydrates and starches into fermentable sugars. Autoclaves have many benefits including being able to regulate temperatures which allow for an even cook and a beautifully clean tequila.

    After fermenting in steel tanks for 10 days, Cazcabel is distilled using a combination of copper pot and steel stills and then chill-filtered to get rid of any impurities. The combination of these processes gives Cazcabel tequila its well rounded but amazingly smooth and balanced flavour.

    Each sip comes with a fresh, crisp and earthy agave flavour, with a hint of citrus and a crack of black pepper. Good with sushi, carnitas, ceviche or Tequila lime vegan tacos
  • Famous for his natural tonics, Don Cazacabel is a healer with powers that attracted Mexicans from hundreds of miles around. A fainthful student of Toltec, Olmec and Aztec traditions, his Tequila recipes only use the best, natural ingredients that the fertile land can offer and his philosophy has been the inspiration for Cazcabel Tequila.

    Cazcabel tequila is created in an independent micro distillery in the town of Arandas, located in the highlands of the Jalisco mountains in Mexico.

    The elevation of Arandas ensures that the agave are well hydrated and that they have mineral and nutrient rich soil which allow them to grow larger than anywhere else in Jalisco.

    Once harvested they use autoclaves to steam their piñas and start converting the carbohydrates and starches into fermentable sugars. Autoclaves have many benefits including being able to regulate temperatures which allow for an even cook and a beautifully clean tequila.

    Cazcabel Reposado uses 100% agave, rested in American oak barrels for eight months and balances the beautiful, clean and earthy agave flavour of the double distilled blanco with the complex but subtle aromas of toasted oak. Blends nicely with Tajín sweet potato fries, mango sorbet, sushi and spicy dragon rolls or something off the BBQ! Vegan
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    Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    Coffee and cocoa are likely flavours you've seen in rum before – but caramelised chipotle? Now this is something new! Wooden Moose has combined all three in this spiced rum, with aged Caribbean rum rested over dark roast coffee, organic cocoa nibs and its very own Chipotle caramel. The folks behind it describe it like a smoky, spicy tiramisu in a glass
  • Their mascot and static ambassador is a gnarly 12ft Wooden Moose that guards the road down to their distillery. Left behind in July 2018 after a music festival that takes place a couple of fields over from the distillery, he’s been here ever since, keeping watch over the farm. Made entirely of scrap wood and scaffolding, he regularly gets battered by wind and storms, slowly deteriorating ever since his arrival. Festival installations are rarely built to last. With his future looking sketchy, the distillery immortalised the moose in their branding and across their range of flavourful rums so his legend can live on forever.

    By drinking Wooden Moose rum, you’ll be keeping his spirit alive long after he’s gone!

    Coffee and cocoa are likely flavours you've seen in rum before – but caramelised chipotle? Now this is something new! Wooden Moose has combined all three in this spiced rum, with aged Caribbean rum rested over dark roast coffee, organic cocoa nibs and its very own Chipotle caramel. The folks behind it describe it like a smoky, spicy tiramisu in a glass
  • Compass Box is a producer, bottler and marketer of a creative range of blended Scotch whiskies. Compass Box Whisky was founded in 2000 by American entrepreneur John Glaser, a former marketing director at Johnnie Walker. John Glaser's laurels include being a five-time recipient of Whiskey Advocate’s Innovator of the Year award. While Glaser has had his disagreements with the Scotch Whisky establishment over the years, he's gone from being a rebel to being one of the industry's most respected whiskymakers. Jill Boyd began blending whisky for Compass Box in 2017 and was joined by James Saxon in 2019 and both are building reputations for creativity within the industry. Compass Box Artist Blend is a tribute to Edinburgh and all of the painters and performers, writers and restaurateurs, who call it home. Scotland’s capital city and Scotch whisky are both ideal platforms from which to create beautiful things. The vibrancy of Artist Blend will please the palates of the most discerning single malt enthusiasts, while exacting bartenders will appreciate its versatility. They have suffused Artist Blend with fruitiness and texture, seeking out fragrant malt whiskies (approximately 55% of the recipe) from the Highlands of Scotland. By combining these with Lowland grain whiskies matured in first fill ex-Bourbon barrels, Artist Blend boasts a creaminess and lushness that makes it one of the most invigorating and pleasurable styles of Scotch whisky. Whether sipped neat, used as the base for a cocktail, or paired with other tasty morsels, take your inspiration from the artist on the front of the label and allow your creative impulses free rein
  • Quite simply, these guys a small, tight-knit team, working from Dowsetts Farm in Hertfordshire, striving to make the very best spirits and package them in a way that delights. Every spirit they create starts with the same question: What story do they want this liquid to tell? From celebration spirits to woodland walks, each distillate tells its own tale. Four of their finest creations packaged in an ultra giftable format. 1x Mango & Black Pepper Gin 5cl, 1x Lychee and Raspberry Gin 5cl, 1x Marmalade Gin 5cl, 1x Flowerbomb Gin 5cl Copper foiling details and soft touch cardboard provide a luxurious handle to the gift pack. A fantastic gift idea!  
  • COGNAC VS Courvoisier VS is meticulously blended to defy category conventions. It is an authentic and joyous introduction to the Courvoisier collection. Most Awarded Cognac House Based on 20 top spirits competitions since 2019. Our Awards Critics Challenge (Int’l Wine & Spirits Competition) PLATINUM 2021 China Wine & Spirits Awards GOLD 2021. Courvoisier proudly boast their Cognac as that of Napoleon. It all started when Napoleon took hundreds of bottles of Courvoisier Cognac for his years of exile. Napoleon told Emmanuel Courvoisier that whilst he could be given the Hennessy or the Cristal, or indeed the Remy, it was the Courvoisier he really wanted.
  • A dry vermouth from the last independent producer in Chambéry. This region is the only one in France to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée for its vermouths. Slightly sweet, with a subtle golden tint, our dry vermouth has a generous and rich nose with hints of citrus bark underscored by the freshness of menthol and balsamic notes. Almond and stone fragrances dominate the slightly bitter citrus base and bring balance to our lively and fine dry Vermouth de Chambéry. Dolin dry vermouth is made from a unique blend of 15 botanicals and spices that macerate in a specific white wine, Ugni Blanc, like the other Dolin vermouths. Absinthe, brooklime, rose and orange bark are the best-known ones, but you can also taste verbena or yellow genepi. Slightly sweet, this dry vermouth is particularly appreciated by bartenders for its subtlety and elegance. You can of course also enjoy this Dolin dry vermouth as an aperitif, neat or on the rocks.
  • The particular quality of Vermouth de Chambéry was first identified in 1821 by Joseph Chavasse, whose son-in-law Ferdinand Dolin inherited the recipe and the now eponymous company. Dolin Vermouth was winning medals in Philadelphia, St Louis and London in the late 19th century, and still remains the benchmark for fine French vermouth. A red vermouth from independent producer Dolin, based in Chambéry, the only region in France to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée (controlled designation of origin) for its vermouths. Rich and inviting from first opening Dolin Rouge teams fresh grassy notes with deeper spices. Offering a complex palate of both fresh citrus flavours and the tempering influence of cinnamon and Szechuan pepper. Sweetness is the overriding flavour of this drink but there is a subtle spiciness which adds more to the overall flavour. Whether mixed into a traditional cocktail or enjoyed on ice, Dolin Rouge exudes class and refinery.
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    A sweet, aromatic, flavourful Scottish gin liqueur produced by the Edinburgh gin company. This has a beautiful floral flavour from natural elderflower essences
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    A tasty Raspberry-flavoured gin liqueur made in Edinburgh using Scottish Juniper, and other botanicals, and an infusion of delicious, crisp Scottish raspberries. Very good stuff
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon is full of character and simply done right. Named after Evan Williams, who opened Kentucky’s First Distillery along the banks of the Ohio River in 1783, it’s aged far longer than required by law. The result is a Bourbon that’s smooth, rich, and easy to enjoy. Medium amber, ight with deep vanilla and mint, along with notes of oak, brown sugar and caramel. Savour with Nashville-style fried chicken (don't forget the fries!), bacon wrapped sweet potatoes or chocolate mousse
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    Forest Gin

    £44.98
    Forest Gin is family-created small batch gin, produced by Lindsay and Karl Bond. To make it, they steep some classic gin botanicals (including organic juniper berries and coriander seeds) in organic grain spirit. They then take a pestle and mortar to bundles of botanicals which they forage from the Macclesfield Forest when they can - this includes wild bilberries, gorse flowers, raspberries and local moss, among others. This is distilled through their own copper condenser and blended with local spring water to bring it down to 42% ABV. The distinctive English Porcelain bottles feature a screen-printed design by Suzy Taylor of a weasel among the flora of the forest. Weasels are awesome. This is a fact! Try with smoked salmon, pâté, fish & chips, cucumber sandwiches or lamb curry Vegan
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these freethinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those who dared to think differently more than a century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South America and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. This is Fortuna's higher strength version of their fabulous rum! Nose Stone fruits, deep demerara sugar sweetness, light candied orange peel with soft spice notes such as cinnamon and pink pepper Palate Light heat gives way to ice cream sweetness with raisins, sultanas and vanilla, slightly oily with a backbone of warm, mulling-like spice notes: cinnamon, cloves, allspice. Finish Long and smooth, rich cream and milk chocolate notes with a rounded, caramel and fruit flavour that seems to last forever. Give it a try with flying fish cutter (deep-fried fish in a bun), jerk chicken and black pea rice or an orange infused chocoalte truffle!  
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm  called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these free-thinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those  who dared to think differently more than a  century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards  to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South america and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. This is Fotuna's higher strengh veresion. Nose Stone fruits, deep demerara sugar sweetness, light candied orange peel with soft spice notes such as cinnamon and pink pepper Palate Light heat gives way to ice cream sweetness with raisins, sultanas and vanilla, slightly oily with a backbone of warm, mulling-like spice notes: cinnamon, cloves, allspice. Finish Long and smooth, rich cream and milk chocolate notes with a rounded, caramel and fruit flavor that seems to last forever. Give it a try with flying fish cutter (deep-fried fish in a bun), jerk chicken and black pea rice or an orange infused chocoalte truffle!  
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these freethinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those who dared to think differently more than a century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South America and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. Changing the way people think about rum, Fortuna Script offers something new with a smooth warming taste that can be enjoyed neat either straight up or over ice
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm  called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these free-thinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those who dared to think differently more than a century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards  to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South america and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. Changing the way people think about rum, Fortuna Script offers something new with a smooth warming taste that can be enjoyed neat either straight up or over ice.
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm  called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these free-thinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those who dared to think differently more than a century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South America and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. Nose Stone fruits, deep demerara sugar sweetness, light candied orange peel with soft spice notes such as cinnamon and pink pepper Palate Light heat gives way to ice cream sweetness with raisins, sultanas and vanilla, slightly oily with a backbone of warm, mulling-like spice notes: cinnamon, cloves, allspice. Finish Long and smooth, rich cream and milk chocolate notes with a rounded, caramel and fruit flavour that seems to last forever. Give it a try with flying fish cutter (deep-fried fish in a bun), jerk chicken and black pea rice or an orange infused chocoalte truffle!    
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    In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm  called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these free-thinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those  who dared to think differently more than a  century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards  to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South america and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. Nose Stone fruits, deep demerara sugar sweetness, light candied orange peel with soft spice notes such as cinnamon and pink pepper Palate Light heat gives way to ice cream sweetness with raisins, sultanas and vanilla, slightly oily with a backbone of warm, mulling-like spice notes: cinnamon, cloves, allspice. Finish Long and smooth, rich cream and milk chocolate notes with a rounded, caramel and fruit flavor that seems to last forever. Give it a try with flying fish cutter (deep-fried fish in a bun), jerk chicken and black pea rice or an orange infused chocoalte truffle!  
  • A fantastic gift for the rum lovers out there! Gift Set consists of 1x 35cl Fortuna Rum 'Rum & Reason' bottle, Hip Flask, 2x Drinking Tots, Pourer
  • In the late 1800s, a legendary group of intellectuals developed a predictive card-counting algorithm  called the Fortuna Script. Using their technological advantage, these free-thinkers beat the house and brought down the casino barons of the time. Embodying the spirit and individuality of those  who dared to think differently more than a  century ago, Fortuna Script blended rum rewards  to those discerning individuals smart enough to do the same today.

    The founders Mr H and Mr J have used their many years of travelling in the Caribbean, South america and Australia to develop a range of offerings of which this is the first. A fantasic gift idea in a beautifully presented hip flask. Now, all you need to do is browse across our shelves and go get a bottle of their fabulous rum! A fantastic gift! Gift Set consists of Hip Flask, 2x Drinking Tots, Pourer
  • Francois Voyer is a Cognac producer originating from a family of winegrowers, and are now into their fifth generation. With Voyer, the care for quality starts in the vineyards and its 28 hectares of the Ugni Blanc grape exclusively in Limousin oak casks , cultivated on the chalky soils of the region. Delicate hints of vanilla and lime, lifted by an aroma of white flowers typical of young Premier Cru Cognac. Notes of ripe orchard fruits - apricot and peach - lead beautifully into a floral finish
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    The VSOP expression from Gautier's range of Cognac. As one of the oldest Cognac houses around (they received a Royal Warrant to produce Cognac back in 1755!), you can bet they know a thing or two about crafted tasty spirits. The use eaux-de-vie from four different Crus of the region, resulting in a flavoursome VSOP. Bring out the cheese & fruit platter, pâtés, terrines, and especially cured meats, beef jerky, or mushrooms Bordelaise Vegetarian
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    Havana Club 3yr Rum

    £18.95
    This Havana Club has been aged for three years in bourbon casks and then filtered, hence its colour. A classic rum and a key component of good, refreshing Daiquiri (or just about any rum cocktail) Vegan
  • Feast your eyes upon Havana Club Añejo 7 Year Old, a wonderfully flavoursome Cuban rum that is no stranger to awards. Back when it was created, this was the first Havana Club expression that was intended for sipping neat rather than for using in cocktails and mixed drinks. Though saying that, if you think your cocktails could use an upgrade of rich, aged rum tastiness, this stuff is ace. We've been particularly impressed when using it in place of a whiskey for Old Fashioned and Manhattan cocktails... Vegan
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    Hepple’s Douglas Fir Vodka is pioneered to capture the true taste of Northumbria’s own wild ingredients. This single botanical spirit draws its flavour from just one ingredient: the needles of the Douglas Fir. They harvest the needles in early summer. By meticulously applying their high fidelity distilling system; The Triple Technique, Hepple deliver the true taste of this tall giant of the Hepple woods. An unexpected explosion of refreshing pine and sweet ripe melon with undertones of grapefruit zest provides a delicious result. 'A cold breath from the wild Hepple Woods' with an immediate fresh sweet and mellow Douglas Fir fragrance underlined with complimenting lemon citrus sour notes. The initial taste is an unexpected explosion of sweet ripe melon continuing into the tropical fruit joined with undertones of grapefruit skins. The mouth feel is rich, tingly and luscious. Pine, melon and grapefruit sings out the long and lingering mouthfeel with bright sweet freshness finish
  • Celebrated foraging chef Valentine Warner brought legendary bartender Nick Strangeway and distillery developer Cairbry Hill up to Hepple in the remote Northumbrian National Park to meet Walter Riddell, owner of the Hepple estate in March 2013. Hepple Gin is crafted using a rather intricate production method, which includes pot stills, vacuum distillation and a supercritical CO2 extraction process! A base spirit is distilling in a pot still using a selection of botanicals including Italian juniper. More botanicals are vacuum-distilled, including locally picked juniper, Amalfi lemon and lovage. The super-critical CO2 extraction process is used to make a spirit flavoured with Macedonian juniper. These are expertly blended together resulting in this fascinating tipple! Good to go with prawn & shrimps, fish & chips, canapés, sushi, shrimp on skewers marinated in lots of garlic, ginger, spicy hot wings or wild berries Vegetarian
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    Hepple sloe and hawthorn gin was inspired by the berries that grow wild on the moorlands surrounding the Hepple distillery. Expertly distilled using Hepple’s high fidelity distilling technique, and rested on berries for over six months, this is a rich, spicy, complex spirit: the cocktail-makers choice for all seasons.
    • Hawthorn berries are used to add a dryness
    • Rested on the berries for 6 months
    • Uses Hepple’s high fidelity distilling system to extract fresher, fuller flavours.
    Hepple Sloe and Hawthorn Gin is an unusually, full, intense and dry take on the conventional Sloe Gin. Built for bar professionals and cocktail lovers, flavours have been captured more faithfully than normally possible through their distilling technique. Including dry notes of hawthorn berries and amplified by supercritically extracted juniper, this is a blast of colour from the hills of Hepple

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