Diplomático Batch Kettle Nº1
This is an intense golden rum with bold aromas of fruit, wild flowers and vanilla, followed by flavours of delicate wood tannins, toasted caramel and ripe red fruits. No.1 in Diplomatico’s limited-edition Distillery Collection, which highlights each individual element of their blended rums. This rum was made solely in the Batch Kettle Still that was brought to Diplomatico’s La Miel distillery in 1959. This semi-continuous distillation system is originally from Canada, where it was employed for the production of whisky.
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Jameson Makers The Distiller’s Safe
This is the Distiller's Safe expression from Jameson's Whiskey Makers Series, which celebrates the hard work of their Head Cooper, Head Blender and Head Distiller - this one honours the latter, Head (/Master) Distiller Brian Nation! Matured in ex-bourbon casks, the character of the spirit is allowed to shine through after around 5-6 years.
The Antiquary 21 Anos
Matured in specially selected oak casks for over twenty-one years, The Antiquary 21 Year Old is a smooth blend of rare distinction, containing only the finest Scottish malt and grain whiskeys. Fresh and invigorating aroma, very malty sweet – molasses caramel with notes of bitter orange and lemon. Full, smooth flavor with a warm syrupy sweetness, explosion of malty flavors. Very long and satisfying heather honey flavor. Aftertaste with dry oak spices.
The Antiquary 15 Anos
Made with Scotland's most notable malt and grain whiskeys, all matured for over fifteen years. On the nose, aromas of fresh and juicy red fruits stand out, such as gala apple, red grape and pomegranate. The high malt content of this blend is clear with notes of sweet barley and honey. Over time, these fresh sweet notes give way to a pronounced cinnamon spice. The fresh fruit on the nose continues on the palate and becomes slightly darker, with flavors of fresh plum and cherry. This is followed by citrus, similar to candied orange peel, emerging before a final pinch of cinnamon. The finish is clean with continuous apple and grape flavors.
Deau Black Extra is made from a blend of cognacs mainly from Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne. This cognac reveals floral notes of iris, violet, honeysuckle and orange blossom on the nose. In the mouth, it is long and round with some buttery notes and dried apricot.
Ripe and aromatic, Deau VSOP is the result of a harmonious blend of eaux-de-vie from the best cognac fruits. Delicate and floral, this elegant VSOP matured in our oak barrels for many years before reaching the maturity required for assembly. It presents an elegant and floral bouquet of aromas. In the mouth we find sweet notes of honey and cinnamon, and other richer notes of chocolate and leather.
Havana Club Selección de Maestros
The Rum Havana Club Teacher Selection represents the maximum and most perfect expression of the collaboration of six experienced Roneros masters, led by the talented Don José Navarro. In order to create "Teacher Selection", Roneros Maestros have selected the best aged and reserved runs for their truly exceptional quality. Subsequently, these rums were mixed and staged again in selected barrels. The Havana Club Selección de Maestros distinguishes itself by its warm amber color with a deep red glow. Light aroma, with toasted notes and spices, reveals its robust origin, with aromas of tobacco and presence of nunaces of wood. Palate complex, tasty and full bodied, with notes of cocoa, coffee, tobacco and sweet spices. Pleasant finish with oak and spice notes, mixed with candied fruits, to give the experience a remarkable balance. The Havana Club Rum Master's Choice is best served pure or with ice.
Puerto de Indias Clássico
Clear as crystal, with an attractive aroma, citrus aroma, soft and with an enormous wealth of nuances. In the mouth it stands out for its citrus notes on a juniper base and for its smooth texture. Fresh and smooth finish.
Beefeater Burroughs Reserve
Beefeater, one of the best gin in the world, has created the ultra-premium gin Burrough reserve. It is a gin unlike any other, as it ages in oak barrels before being bottled. The barrels used to age Gin, are barrels that were used for aging Lillet Jean, a French appetizer produced only in exceptional years. The gin takes the name of the founder, Burrough, because it was a recipe for this gin was already used by him. A gin for you who likes to challenge conventions and explore new sensory experiences. A gin so soft and complex, it must be drunk pure.