Unlike a number of dark spirit-based RTD's, this is the genuine article-good ole Southern with a perfectly balanced mix of cola. Tastes just like one you'd mix at home, only you can take it out.
Brewed with predominantly Riwaka hops from Nelson, and supported by a couple of American hop stars; Amarillo and Citra, plus a handful of specialty malts from Gladfield Malt on Canterbury plains, NZ.
An intense, brooding vodka with an aroma of beeswax, honey and caramel, with a just-sweet flavour of honey, butterscotch and aniseed, and a smoky, spicy aftertaste.
This limited-edition release from Pickering’s Gin is the official gin of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The bottle has been dressed up accordingly but it’s not all about the tartan, four uniquely Scottish botanicals have been added to the mix: Scottish heather, milk thistle, bog myrtle and Scots pine. Expect an earthy, floral character with a little sweetness for a lovely, smooth tipple that goes perfectly with chilled tonic, a green apple slice and fresh Scottish bramble.
Bright amber in the glass. Complex and sweet aromas of ripe stone fruit with peaches and cream. Rich and exotic on the palate with flavours of fudge and tropical fruits.
For over 300 years, Mount Gay has been produced on the same plantation in Barbados. Their Black Barrel rum is a warm, heady mix of bold spice, oaky vanilla and sweet caramel. Comes with glass.
Some light vanilla notes sway between sweet and savoury, complemented by a tingling hint of spice and white pepper.
The Goose hails from Cognac, and Les French do a fine job on the Mother Russian's stalwart. This sees their fab vodka augmented with zesty lemons and sweet lemon pulp. Refreshingly zingily cool.
Some of Bach Brewing’s lip-smackingest beers, Breakabay Cream Ale, Billfish APA and Hopsmacker Double IPA make the perfect accompaniment to the summer. Plus a Bach Brewing glass!