Asbach Uralt is one of Germany's most famous brands. It has been made with experience and special care since 1892 to highest quality standards from choice low wines. After a long process of multiple distillation, it matures at least 4 to 5 times longer than the legally prescribed 6 months in small casks of Limousin oak. Its mellow taste and harmonious bouquet make Asbach Uralt the embodiment of perfect quality and superb enjoyment.
A handcrafted dry gin produced uniquely with 100% Scottish juniper and rosehip. Crossbill Gin is a celebration of juniper and rosehip, two bold and fresh Highland botanicals. It takes its name from the Scottish Crossbill - a native bird which, like their juniper supply, can only be found in the ancient Caledonian pine forests of Scotland.
The first and only rum distillery in Scotland. Inspired by science. Driven by curiosity. The taste equivalent of warping into a liquid black hole but without every atom in your body being crushed to an infinitely small point.
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.
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”.
Unique expression in Armagnac, it represents a soft style, intense and fruity of great personality.Strong aromas of vanilla and plums with a pleasant subtle taste of burned barrels due to the ageing in new Limousin oak casks. Surprisingly smooth.
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, specific to Janneau 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.
Janneau XO is a blend of eaux-de-vie coming mainly from the area of Bas Armagnac and Ténarèze using mostly the Baco and the Ugni Blanc grape varieties which are distilled using the Single Distillation process and to a smaller extent, the Double Distillation process.Clear orange-coppery amber colour with burnished copper highlights.The tase if of leathery vanilla impregnated stewed plums, cherry, kirsch, blackberries and vanilla with dried chili and cinnamon spice and cloves. Notes of cider apple fruit with floral violet, nutmeg, hazelnut, amaretto biscuit and freshly sawn oak.
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. Using a double distillation technique and nine classic botanicals, it is soft on the palate and has a gentle delivery of juniper notes, making it the perfect gin for martinis and gin and tonics.