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Arbikie Potato Vodka - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Arbikie Highland Estate is a family-owned working farm perched on the east coast of Angus. Here, the crop is king. They painstakingly plant, sow, tend and harvest the fields and farms that make up Arbikie. They are craftsmen of the soil. This is an estate profoundly shaped by its environment: the red sandstone-tinted soil, the powerful sea and the turbulent weather give Arbike a character found nowhere else. And here, situated where land meets sea, sits our distillery – created from an ancient barn, this place has all the ingredients required to produce spirits of the highest quality. The Stirling family has been farming at Arbikie for four generations. From father to son, they have gained an intuitive understanding of the land, sowing and harvesting the crops that now create Arbikie’s spirits.

Think of all the tradition and passion involved in the making of single malt whisky – now think of that same energy going into the making of vodka. All would be futile without adding the finest ingredients. The potatoes are grown in their own fields (Maris Piper, King Edward and Cultra varieties) and picked at a time that ensures their creamy character stays alive all the way to the bottle.

They also apply that same care and craft to the distilling – using a copper still and water filtered through the Angus hills. The result is a truly exceptional vodka with an ultra-smooth and velvety taste. It is an experience to sip and savour.

£40.00

Asbach 3 year old (1x 75cl)

“I would like to create a wine distillate, made from the best grapes, that recognises German taste as well.” Hugo Asbach, Founder of House of Asbach. 

Born in Cologne, Germany, in 1868, Hugo Asbach went to France, which where he learned the art of distilling wine. He returned to Germany in 1892 and founded his own company in Rüdesheim on the banks of the romantic Rhine River, beginning with two stills. This laid the cornerstone for the unique history of the House of Asbach. After his death, his sons continued his work. In keeping with the quality standards established by Hugo Asbach, only the very highest quality of wine distillates is still used today.

Asbach Original aged 3 years is a fine and noble distillate. Through traditional distillation, careful storage for at least 3 years in oak casks and the secret Asbach maturing and refining process, Asbach Original aged 3 years acquires its unique and distinctive taste.

The colour of this 3 year old is dark topaz. The aromas are an elegant fusion of vinous and spicy notes, harmonious notes of wood, hint of cocoa. The flavours are full- bodied and vinous, sweetness of ripe grapes combining with spicy notes of the noble oak- wood, harmonious and enjoyably warming. The finish has slightly smoky notes of wood, nice cocoa notes, stimulating tannins.

£31.00

Boe Peach and Hibiscus Gin Liqueur - Scotland (1x50cl)

Boë gins have always stood out from the crowd. Each variant, delivers a distinctive and unmistakably vibrant taste. Amazing to look at and delicious to sip, these gorgeous gins leave a lasting impression. 

Lovingly created in small batches with Boe Superior Gin. The tanginess and berry-rich flavour of Hibiscus combines perfectly with fresh peaches, to give a delightful fruity and flowery aroma and taste. Enjoy with Champagne or Prosecco, in cocktails, with soda or lemonade or simply over ice.

£20.00

Boe Superior Gin - Scotland (1 x 70cl)

Boë gins have always stood out from the crowd. Each variant, delivers a distinctive and unmistakably vibrant taste. Amazing to look at and delicious to sip, these gorgeous gins leave a lasting impression. 

In the year 1658 world renowned Professor Franz de la Boë gently infused a clear grain spirit with hand picked juniper berries while painstakingly searching for a medicinal tonic. Franz de la Boë invented the worlds first gin!

Boë Superior Gin is lovingly created in small batches under the watchful eye of their Master Distiller, where rare hand picked botanicals and spices are infused in the finest neutral grain spirit, liberating the full flavours of triple filtered Boë Scottish Gin, creating a high class gin, characteristically citrus with extraordinary balance and smoothness.

£31.99

Bruadar Whisky Liqueur (1x 70cl)

Bruadar is made by Morrison & Mackay, an independent, family run, Scotch Whisky merchant who are also producers of fine Scottish liqueurs. Based in the Heart of Perthshire and family owned and managed, they strive to provide the best that Scotland can offer. They have their own bottling and blending facility and a dedicated team who work together to create a quality of product that is unsurpassed.

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.

£22.95

Castarede Bas Armagnac VSOP (1x 70cl)

In 1932, Raymond Castarède took over the family company. His wife, then his son, Jean Castarède, have continued to celebrate this french brandy. Today, it is Jean Castarède’s daughter, Florence Castarède who runs the company. She loves to travel the world and share her family's extraordinary heritage. She is the 6th generation of the Castarède family to run this business.

By law VSOP Armagnac must have spent at least 4 years in oak. However the Castarède VSOP has spent at least 8 years ageing in oak casks. This Armagnac is 100% Folle Blanche from the Castarède estate vineyard, located in Bas-Armagnac. This grape variety produces fine and often floral eau-de-vie with great elegance.

It has a warm amber colour and you can see the legs clinging to the glass that are indicative of its long barrel ageing.  There is a fruity and pleasant nose, with aromas of light pepper, coconut and walnuts as well as a honey and glazed plum finish. The palate is subtle and balanced. The flavours confirm the characteristics brought forward by the aromas.

£54.55

Chateau D Orignac Pineau des Charentes (1x 75cl)

Chateau d'Orignac, a family home, has been involved in the production of grapes for at least 800 years. Today Hervé Meyer, with the help of his son Yvan, a winemaker in Bordeaux, carries on the work of his many predecessors with energy and enthusiasm to ensure that the products of Château d'Orignac reflect the quality of the terroir. To preserve and offer future generations the quality and authenticity of their terroir, they practice sustainable agriculture.

This Pineau des Charantes is cultivated, harvested, vinified, elaborated, aged and bottled at the Chateau. Grape varieties : 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. This Pineau de Charentes is aged for at least five years at Chateau D'Orignac's cellar in 225 litre French oak casks.

Tasting notes of the Winemaker Yvan Meyer:
"Beautiful amber colour with golden tints, it offers a powerful aromatic nose, with subtle hints of ripe yellow fruits like apricot, honey and raisins, spice and flowers, oranges!

It is pleasantly sweet and refreshing with a great harmony between grape flavours and Cognac aromas.

Intense, elegant and distinguished, this Pineau is the inimitable meeting of roundness and elegance that makes it one of the most famous ambassadors of its appellation.

Always served chilled, the Pineau d’Orignac is not only delicious as an aperitif ; it is also excellent with meals and desserts and very good with cheese too."

£19.14

Colonsay Wild Island Botanic Gin (1x70cl)

Wild Island Botanic Gin is a celebration of the beauty and unique character of our island home, the Isle of Colonsay. They set out to create a truly exceptional spirit crafted around the native botanicals that grow on the crofts in the Southern Hebrides off Scotland’s West coast.

Crafted in a century old copper still at Langley Distillery, using 100% British Wheat infused with six native hand foraged botanicals growing wild on the island and a further ten as the base. Wild Island Botanic Gin is bottled in Scotland at 43.7% abv using pure Scottish water.

The six native plants which they hand gather on Colonsay in Spring and Summer are: lemon balm, wild water mint, meadowsweet, sea buckthorn, heather flowers and bog myrtle. These provide the heart and soul of Wild Island Botanic Gin. The British wheat that they use, along with a base of ten other botanicals, led by juniper berries along with coriander seeds, sweet Mediterranean lemon peel, orange peel, liquorice, cinnamon bark, angelica root, orris root, cassia bark and nutmeg, provide body and depth to the gin.

This is a truly unique premium gin of the very highest quality.

A cocktail to try with Wild Island Gin is a 'Southside'. Created in Prohibition-era US and named after the notorious 'Southside' district of Chicago, this cocktail is uncomplicated and delicious and was reputed to be a favourite of Al Capone.

50ml Wild Island Botanic Gin

25ml lime juice

20ml sugar syrup

8 mint leaves

Combine all ingredients in a shaker with plenty of ice, shake vigorously for 15 seconds. Double strain into a chilled Champagne flute and garnish with a sprig of mint.

Add soda to create the alternative 'Southside Fizz'.

£39.00

Colonsay Wild Island Sacred Tree Gin (1x 70cl)

Wild Island Botanic Gin is a celebration of the beauty and unique character of our island home, the Isle of Colonsay. They set out to create a truly exceptional spirit crafted around the native botanicals that grow on the crofts in the Southern Hebrides off Scotland’s West coast.

Crafted in a century old copper still at Langley Distillery, using 100% British Wheat infused with six native hand foraged botanicals growing wild on the island and a further ten as the base. Wild Island Botanic Gin is bottled in Scotland at 43.7% abv using pure Scottish water.

Wild Island ‘Sacred Tree’ Gin uses an array of carefully selected Autumn fruits, including brambles hand gathered on the island, added to a composition totalling 22 individual botanicals to create an incredibly complex, ripe fruit, spicy-sweet contemporary London Dry style gin. The ancient Scots observed a ‘sacred tree’ calendar of which the bramble vine was one representing the month of September. It was during the month of September that the fruits were gathered and it is the bramble to which the distillers are giving prominence due to its predominant character.

The perfect way to serve Sacred Tree gin is:

1 part Wild Island Sacred Tree Gin
2 parts good quality tonic water (try Elderflower tonic for a twist on the original)
1 slice of ripe red apple
A scattering of black berries
Fresh cubed ice

Fill a highball glass with ice and pour in the gin. Top up with the tonic water, drop in the slice of apple and garnish with the berries. Gently stir and serve.

£39.00

Crossbill Small Batch Highland Gin - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Crossbill Gin is a celebration of juniper and rosehip, two bold and fresh Highland botanicals. Made using only 100% Scottish hand picked botanicals, they have re-established a long lost tradition of harvesting Scottish juniper. This creates a distinct taste evocative of the ancient pine forests where juniper has grown for centuries. 

In the 18th century Scotland’s fragrant juniper was exported to Holland to produce Jenever (gin's great, great grandfather). This tradition died out 200 years ago but Crossbill’s founder Jonathan was captivated by the idea of reviving Scottish juniper harvesting to produce a new gin.

£39.65

Crystal Head Vodka (1x 5 cl)

Highest quality peaches and cream corn is distilled four times into a neutral grain spirit and blended with pristine water from Newfoundland, Canada. The liquid is then filtered seven times, of which three are through layers of semi-precious crystals known as Herkimer diamonds. Crystal Head contains no additives. No glycerol, citrus oils or sugars. Nothing is added to enhance or mask the taste.

£9.00

Dark Matter Spiced Rum - Scotland (1x 70cl)

Dark Matter was the first dedicated rum distillery in Scotland. It came about after a holiday to the Carribean when the founders wanted to visit a rum distillery but could not find one that would accept visitors.  They casually remarked that it would be easier to build a distillery themselves at which point Dark Matter Distillers sprang to life. "Our curiosity drives us while science inspires us. Combining knowledge and imagination we obsessively pursue flavour through systematic study, observation and experiment."

It took four years for Dark Matter Spiced Rum to evolve from an idea to reality but it has proved a successful venture and this Scottish rum now has fans all over the world. 

Dark Matter Spiced Rum is a molasses-based rum with flavours of bell pepper, fresh ginger, green peppercorns and allspice. It is, according to the distillers, the taste equivalent of warping into a liquid black hole but without every atom in your body being crushed to an infinitely small point. We have no idea either - perhaps more tasting is required!

£34.80

Edinburgh Gin Elderflower Liqueur - Scotland - quarter bottle (1x 20cl)

This versatile liqueur is abundantly-filled with the summer’s crop of delicate, sweetly-perfumed elderflowers. 

On the nose, it delivers a highly aromatic, floral bouquet. On the palate, this is a delicately sweet liqueur with light citrus notes and a fruity finish of grapefruit, pear and peach.  

Edinburgh Gin's Elderflower Liqueur delivers a light, floral profile to refreshing, long summer drinks, sparkling wine and fizzes. It’s the perfect counterpoint to bright green flavours such as mint, cucumber, parsley and apple in cocktails. 

£10.20

Edinburgh Gin Pomegranate & Rose Liqueur - Scotland (1x 50cl)

Inspired by dusky evenings in the Orient, this Edinburgh Gin Pomegranate & Rose Liqueur is light and fragrant, evocative of sugar-dusted Turkish Delight. Blending ruby-red pomegranate seeds and damask rose petals with their classic Edinburgh Gin, this sumptuous liqueur is softly floral, its gentle warmth tempered by lingering fruit flavours and a light citrus lift.

On the nose there are soft floral notes, with sweetness and a light citrus finish. The flavours are candied, with juicy fruit-filled flavours and a touch of zest. The finish has a lingering flavour of rose, balanced by the tang of lively fruit from the pomegranate.

The candied, aromatic notes are a perfect complement to dry sparkling wine such as Prosecco. It also makes a delicately sweet addition to the classic Martini, and is equally delicious when served over ice. For a longer drink, this gin liqueur mixes beautifully with rose lemonade, garnished with a lemon twist.

£19.00

Edinburgh Gin Raspberry Liqueur - Scotland (1x 50cl)

Perthshire’s reputation for growing the finest berries inspired the recipe for Edinburgh Gin's intensely fruity liqueur. Made with raspberries from a family-owned farm in Blairgowrie and blended with classic Edinburgh Gin, it’s jam-packed and intense. 

The nose promises full red berry aromas, whilst the full flavour delivers sweet ripeness accented by a sharp edge. 

The Raspberry Liqueur’s juicy flavours perfectly complement a dry sparkling wine for a summery fizz, or try it in your favourite fruity cocktail. 

£19.00
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