A great sloe gin from Plymouth, combining its gin straight off the still with sloe fruit for two months, before a little sweetness is added, then two more months of maturation before bottling. A big, tangy, fruity sloe gin.
Part of the Cask series - a new range of distilled whiskeys from The Famous Grouse, presented to show how different oak casks can influence character - providing subtle and distinct flavors. The Famous Grouse Ruby Cask is soft and rich. A second maturation in specially selected casks that once contained Port, gives our soft and classic blend a rich fruity and extra sweetness. Gathered the best ingredients to create a natural spirit before the passage of time conveys the wonderful taste of the craft barrels. Add to that the fusion of skilled artisans (and women) and a tenacious obsession with quality and you come to the famous, rich, sweet and well rounded whiskey.
A rare bottle originally made by Beefeater in 1993, which was discontinued in 2009 with the introduction of Beefeater 24. A slightly different botanical selection creates a palate full of fresh citrus, candied peels and a dash of Pepper. The bird in the bottle is a reference to crows in the Tower of London, where usually the "Yeomen Warders" featured in the regular Beefeater gin bottles. Legend has it that if the crows left the tower, the crown and the Great Britain fell.
This 15 year old is created by 'repeatedly' blending the rums and aguardientes and maturing them in old oak barrels. Havana Club's Primer Maestro Ronero, Don José Navarro, describes this as "Cuban rum's great classic".
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.
Armagnac Clés des Ducs VS has been aged in oak for at least 2 years. The Clés des Ducs have been making their popular Armagnac since 1774 in Panjas, in the Bas-Armagnac region. Fruity and full of flavor.
The time in Bourbon barrels and virgin oak barrels brings a light sweetness to The Tomatin Legacy, which has aromas of vanilla, white chocolate and cinnamon. On the palate, smooth waves of fresh fruit sprinkled with ginger emerge before a light, clean finish.
Milagro Silver is made from 100% estate-grown, hand picked blue agave harvested from the highlands of Jalisco. The heart of the agave is roasted in brick ovens made from the same volcanic-rich soil where the blue agave fourishes in Jalisco, Mexico. The recipe produces tequila of extraordinary depth and character. Clear and transparent, Milagro Silver is triple-distilled for unparalleled smoothness.