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Langley No 8 Gin - England (1x 70cl)

Langley’s is the aspirational home to classic, quality gins styled for modern settings. Known for its excellence in craft, quality and tradition, it has an innovative spirit, which challenges conventions. With a taste for daring and originality and with exploration and discovery at its heart. Langley’s adheres to the rules of the finest crafted gin. The brand builds on this story by delivering distinct and provocative activities, which illustrate its contemporary relevance and distances it from the expected approach of its peers.

Langley’s No.8 is a unique gin made with a secret blend of 8 botanicals, harvested at their freshest. It is hand crafted & distilled in a small English-produced pot still. Blended by expert craftsmen with 100% English Grain Spirit and delivers a smooth, rounded finish with just the right balance of alcohol. Langley’s No.8 has been painstakingly developed to deliver the perfect G&T and delivers equally well with all tonic waters. The blend & split of the 8 botanicals, English Grain Spirit and the strength at 41.7% ABV allows the classic gin flavours to come through, whilst still allowing the right level of quinine/tonic flavour. 

£28.00

Lussa Gin - Scotland (1x70cl)

A gin truly from the Isle of Jura: not only are the 15 botanicals foraged there, but it is – unusually for island gins – distilled there too. It's a gin produced by a trio of wild ladies on a truly wild island.

If the term “full bodied” can be applied to a gin, it applies to Lussa. Jura honeysuckle, rose petals, ground elder, water mint, ground elderflower, lime flowers, rosehips, lemon balm, orris, sea lettuce and coriander are all used in the gin, along with spring water from the nearby Lussa glen.

Round, warm, fruited, citrussy and a wee bitty spicy: this is a real “boutique gin”.

£44.00

Maison Janneau 5 Year Old Grand Armagnac (1x 70cl)

Armagnac is one of three “Appellation contrôlée” French brandies. The other two are Cognac and Calvados. Armagnac is the oldest one, and the most ancient spirit in France and probably in the world. Indeed, traces of distilleries going back to the 14th century were found in the region. Armagnac officially celebrated 700 years of history in 2010. 

The main varieties of grapes used for the distilling wines at Janneau are Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard, and Baco. All are white grape varieties. Only unfiltered, natural white wines, obtained through traditional vinification methods without racking-off so that the wines still contain their lees, are used to make 'Armagnac’.

This is a 5 year old Armagnac with a light body and a fruit driven flavour. It is a superb when used as a digestif with notes of apricot and oak on the palate. It is particularly well suited to being included in a cocktail. This 5 Year Old represents a soft style, which is intense and fruity. There are strong aromas of vanilla and plums with a pleasant subtle taste of burned barrels due to the ageing in new Limousin oak casks. It is surprisingly smooth.

£28.50

Maison Janneau VSOP Grand Armagnac (1x 70cl)

Armagnac is one of three “Appellation contrôlée” French brandies. The other two are Cognac and Calvados. Armagnac is the oldest one, and the most ancient spirit in France and probably in the world. Indeed, traces of distilleries going back to the 14th century were found in the region. Armagnac officially celebrated 700 years of history in 2010. 

Symbolic of the Janneau house style, the VSOP is a perfect blend of carefully selected eaux-de-vie, some matured for up to 20 years in new oak casks in their ancient cellars. The VSOP is a blend of spirits distilled from white wines from the Baco grape, Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche grape varieties, produced in the two main areas of the Appellation Controlée: Bas Armagnac and Tenaréze. It is also a combination of two different types of distillation: a double distillation in pot stills and a single distillation in a continuous still.

Bright amber colour. Aromas of dried lilac, honey, figs, and toasted nuts follow through on a lively, tangy entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with white chocolate and caramel notes. Finishes with a lingering honeyed golden raisin toasted and spice fade. A delicious appetizing Armagnac that will be great on its own, in cocktails, or even with food.

£37.98

Martin Miller's Gin - England / Iceland (1x 70cl)

Martin Miller and his two friends, appalled by the lack of quality of gin and wanting to encourage a younger group of consumers into the gin fold, set off on a quest for the best gin possible, sparing no expense. To achieve this, juniper needed to be tamed, without compromising the traditional character of gin. Launching in 1999, Martin Miller’s Gin became the first modern-day high quality gin brand, thus setting off the gin renaissance.

Martin Miller was a strange mix. At heart a traditionalist yet, at the same time, possessed of a strong appetite for adventure combined with an illogical and irrepressible love of the Romantic. In creating his gin, the traditionalist in him demanded he make a gin that ‘tasted of gin’ and not, in his words, ‘of some highly flavoured confection’. To this end he insisted on only employing the methods and techniques of the ‘old school’ gin makers; sticking rigidly to their tried and tested methods and their classic range of botanicals.

Martin Miller's Original Gin, is pot distilled using two separate distillations. This imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. It is blended to a bottling strength of 40% ABV using Icelandic Spring Water. It is the perfect gin for martinis and gin and tonics.

£30.00

Masons Original Dry Yorkshire Gin - England (1x 70cl)

Masons Yorkshire Gin was created by Karl & Cathy Mason, gin enthusiasts without any prior knowledge of the industry who set out to produce a drink that stood out from the crowd – a unique gin with more character and more taste – not just a different label.

Distilled in 200 litre batches, each bottle bears its own hand written batch and bottle number. With its traditional distillation method, Harrogate Spring Water and just the right balance of juniper, citrus elements and secret botanicals.

Soft juniper, lime and orange rind flavours lead to a peppery finish with a subtle fennel fragrance on the nose, whilst on the palate there’s a ripe & sweet aniseed start, with bold citrus flavours, plenty of cardamom & green apple blending into a warm, mouth-watering finish.

£37.50

Morrison & Mackay (Scottish Liqueur Centre) Raspberry Vodka Liqueur (1x 50cl)

Morrison & Mackay liqueurs are carefully blended using real fruit and the finest spirits. No artificial flavouring or colours are used in their creation. Beautifully balanced with their spirit base, they are perfect for cocktails or perfect straight up. One could say that they are literally, bursting with flavour!

Bursting with the taste of Raspberries this liqueur is like drinking Raspberry Jam. It is perfect for using in cocktails, as a mixer with Prosecco or to drink on its own with some ice.

£22.95

Morrison & Mackay (Scottish Liqueur Centre) Sloe Gin (1x 50cl)

Morrison & Mackay liqueurs are carefully blended using real fruit and the finest spirits. No artificial flavouring or colours are used in their creation. Beautifully balanced with their spirit base, they are perfect for cocktails or perfect straight up. One could say that they are literally, bursting with flavour!

This sloe gin is perfect for all times of the year. If you have a hip flask this can be a trusted companion in the winter time (sipped neat) but also for the summer time this would be great in a cocktail with ice.

£22.96

Ogilvy Potato Vodka - Scotland (1x10cl)

The Jarron family, have farmed the land at Hatton of Ogilvy farm since 1910. People provide the farm’s pulse. Graeme Jarron heads up Ogilvy’s operations, alongside wife Caroline; a fusion of rustic know-how and metropolitan chic that’s proved a fruitful mix. Keeping it in the family, Graeme’s father Eric still harvests the potatoes, which grow a stone’s throw from the farmhouse B&B run by his mother, Grace.

The conceptual seed for Ogilvy potato vodka was sown some years ago amid thoughts of diversification and a desire to pursue something new. One winter’s night, Graeme started researching potato vodka, which eventually led to a call to the brewing and distilling boffins at Heriot-Watt University. Before too long, the Ogilvy Farm tattie trials were underway.

Thanks to their potatoes’ prime qualities, and a lot of perseverance, distillery plans started to progress. In early 2014 building began in earnest, with Graeme insisting on digging the foundations himself. By summer the still house was complete, ready for its custom-built still from John Dore & Co (the world’s oldest still maker). Now, after much toiling and testing, the perfect ending to our story is ready; let the labours of family hands fill a glass with a special spirit that’s nurtured, distilled, bottled and bonded on one Scottish farm.

The climax to Ogilvy's vodka production is charcoal filtration. They filter the vodka for up to a week using traditional charcoal, before ‘polishing’ it using a 1-micron sheet filter. Along with our painstaking distilling process, it ensures a smooth, mellow vodka with maximum taste integrity.

£10.00

Old Pulteney Stroma Whisky Liqueur (1x 50cl)

Originating from the remote coastal town of Wick, Old Pulteney’s seafaring spirit runs deep within its soul. Historically, Old Pulteney Single Malt was dispatched by boat and matured in barrels surrounded by the ocean’s spray, giving the whisky its unique taste. Built in 1826, the Pulteney Distillery is rich in history. With traditional warehouses exposed to the invigorating sea air blowing in off the North Sea, Old Pulteney captures the taste of the sea in every drop of its liquid gold.

Stroma takes its name from a windswept isle situated off the rugged Caithness coast. Translating as the ‘island in the stream’, which also refers to the dangerous currents on the island’s shores, including the infamous ‘Swilkie’ whirlpool. Stroma’s lighthouse warns ships of these nearby powerful currents. Made at the distillery with award-winning Old Pulteney single malt whisky. It tastes equally well served neat, with ice or in a cocktail.

Stroma has a beautiful deep copper colour and a charming whisky aroma with notes of toffee. This fine liqueur is a careful blend of award winning malt whiskies and a mix of lighter malt whiskies. Stroma is smooth, sweet tasting and warming and, like the island itself , is packed full of robust and rugged undertones. Served neat or over ice, Old Pulteney Stroma Liqueur leaves a pleasantly warm and comforting afterglow.

£24.00

Patron XO Cafe Tequila Coffee Liqueur (1x 70cl)

Patrón XO Cafe is a dark, delicious blend of Patrón Silver Tequila and the essence of fine coffee. It has a dry style so is not sweet as with  most low-proof coffee liqueurs. It is excellent for sipping, in cocktails or as a dessert ingredient.

The colour is a dark, rich brown while the aromas are of enticing fresh coffee, chocolate & vanilla. The flavours include fresh roasted coffee with notes of chocolate & light tequila. This is a smooth, yet dry liqueur.

£38.00

Persie Herby & Aromatic Gin - Scotland (1x 50cl)

Persie Gin is the brainchild of the man behind the world’s first touring gin club, Simon Fairclough. Travelling up and down the country with a carload of over 150 gins, he was able to see first-hand which gin style scored top marks most often. But there wasn’t just one: there were three. Very quickly it became clear to Simon that three styles proved consistently most popular by a wide margin – fruity gins, savoury gins and slightly sweeter gins. So up front, he knew that Persie Gin needed to consist of a family of three expressions, so there would be something for everyone.

Secondly, top-scoring gin had more than a nice taste: it had aroma. With over 75% of flavour down to smell, aroma is the single biggest influence among tasters for liking each gin. So you could say he followed his nose. The result is Persie Gin: three distinct styles of aromatic gin created and distilled in the former Persie Hotel at the foot of Glenshee in Perthshire.

Hand-made in small batches in a bespoke, 230-litre copper pot still, the gin is distilled with pure glen water from the local hills. Each gin uses carefully chosen botanicals to evoke an emotive and comforting scent.

The Persie Herby & Aromatic gin has the aromas and flavours of fragrant herb gardens with bay trees, rosemary and basil. With Persie Gins engaging the nose first, this makes them perfect for a tonic mixer as the quinine doesn’t overwhelm it. If you are sensitive to the profile on the nose, you won’t even need garnish.

£29.20

Pickerings Sloe Gin - Scotland (1x 35cl)

When Pickering's opened Summerhall Distillery, it was the first exclusive gin distillery to be established in Edinburgh for over 150 years. Their gin is based on an original 1947 recipe. It features nine Bombay botanicals, engineered by us to create Pickering’s famous full-bodied flavour with perfect bitter-sweet balance.

Believe it or not, Pickering's gin only came into being in 2013.  Before that, Matt and Marcus (the founders) had been friends and business partners for years, with backgrounds in engineering, furniture restoration and property renovation. They were working at Summerhall when they spotted the derelict dogs kennels from the small animal hospital that once stood in the middle of the old Royal (Dick) Veterinary School. What to do with it? As fate would have it, Marcus had recently inherited a gin recipe from a friend of his late father. Hmmm… The next step seemed obvious. They built the distillery then, despite having no background in distilling, kept trying, testing and experimenting until they succeeded. 

To make Pickering’s Sloe Gin they rest their award-winning Pickering’s Gin over sloe berries for 12 months – with wonderfully warming results.  The result is a smooth, slightly spicy sip.

£23.18

Red Door Gin - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Benromach distillery has been creating spirits in the Scottish Highlands for over 120 years, with meticulous attention to detail and quality. Now the red sliding door to their old malt barn opens up a new chapter for them in a long and proud history. The idea was simple: to capture the spirit of Scotland’s majestic mountains, forests and windswept coastline in a deliciously distinctive, small-batch Highland Gin that works beautifully in a G&T or silky-smooth martini.

Discover a world of flavour, inspired by the elemental beauty of Scotland’s mountains, forests and coastline.

Handcrafted in copper pot still, known affectionately as Peggy, this small-batch Highland gin has a heart of finest juniper, infused with locally-influenced botanicals that reveal defining citrus notes of bitter orange, aromatic sea buckthorn, pearls of heather and rowanberries. Complex and dramatic, yet perfectly balanced, Red Door is a deliciously distinctive, bittersweet London Dry with a lingering palate. Open, serve and share good times.

Elegantly simple, beautifully balanced, Red Door Gin delivers signature notes of juniper and defining citrus bite of bitter orange, with aromatic sea buckthorn, grassy, floral pearls of heather and chocolatey, smoky rowanberries.

£30.00

Tapatio Tequila Reposado (1x 50cl)

Don Felipe Camarena was born into a family that had distilled tequila since back in the early 1800’s. As tequila making was in his blood, he started distilling his own tequila, selecting only the ripest plants and using equipment from his family’s original distillery. Don Felipe passed the business to his son, Felipe J. Camarena Orozco, who in turn passed it on to his daughters, Lilianna and Gabriela, and to his son, Carlos, who today, as Master Distiller, maintains the standards of excellence set down by his grandfather, Don Felipe. 

The agave used for Tapatio resposado are hand selected by Jimadores (specialist Mexican agave farmers) and delivered fresh to the distillery where they are hand cut and placed in the oven. The blue agave are slowly baked for four days to transform the raw material into sweet fructose sugar. Once baked, the blue agaves are crushed and pressed in a modified sugar cane mill to extract the sweet agave juice ("Mosto") which is then ready for fermentation. A selected fraction of freshly made "Mosto" is pumped into small wood fermenters to slowly ferment using a special in-house 75 year old yeast culture. Once the "Mosto" ferments into dry "Mosto Muerto" it is ready to be distilled. The Mosto Muerto goes on to be distilled in small 90-250 gallon Copper Alambiques Tequilano Pot Stills. Barely filtered to preserve mouth feel, texture and viscosity of the estate grown blue agave. Before bottling this tequila is aged in stainless steel for 6 months.

£25.00
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