Akvavit (pronunciation: ack-va-vit) is a flavoured spirit that is popular throughout Scandinavia. Its name comes from aqua vitae, Latin for "water of life".
A rich and golden spirit from the traditional recipe of 1855. Soft and pleasant with a mild taste of dill, herbs and a touch of honey.
Saves all that messing around with blenders and cream. Aloha.
Coffee and rum liquer so sweet and rich plus two fabulous glasses yay!
Cranberry's still the dope flavour in the slick zinc spots of the globe so cut out the middle man and get an alcoholic one all set and good to go. Try a crantini- this with gin. True. Rocks.
Colourless, crystal clear. Fresh and subtle lemony nose of lemongrass. Typical fresh taste of lemongrass, different form lemon, with a lasting but pleasant aftertaste.
When you want orange flavour but don't want the colour.
A touch of exotic- blueberry maragritas and daiquris have been known to do the trick on a summery day.
Clear in colour. This clear liqueur's distinctive flavour comes from the Marasca cherry. The crushed cherry pits lend an almond-like flavour.
Colourless, crystal clear. Surprisingly odd nose of chilli and sweet pepper. Not too overwhelming taste of spicy chilli. Good balance between sweet and spicy. Amazing for firing up exciting cocktails.
An essential ingredient for making cocktails and sophisticated long drinks. It has been aged for three years in oak casks it has a lovely flavour and an intense aroma. Enjoyed neat or mixed.
Aromatics of creme anglaise, stone fruits, dried fruit peel, tropical fruit, toasty oak and a touch of spice. A gentle and round palate with hints of zest, fruit, nuts, pepper and oak.
Cointreau liqueur (700ml) and a Dita Von Tesse cocktail glass.
The amaretto-flavoured Italian liqueur in an exclusive limited edition bottle designed by Italian fashion house Etro.
Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack Whiskey Gift Box.
This blended Scotch is as smooth as a pigs nose, so the saying goes. A smooth 5 year old blended whisky from the creators of the 'Sheep Dip' range.
Rich and golden with cooper undertones in the glass. Smooth and luscious in the mouth with sweetness and spice. Finishes long and lingering.
Aged for 6 years in oak barrels, Cachaca Rio is produced for the most demanding consumer with a sophisticated bottle design, made in France.
Pure Kentucky is an all natural product. Made with all natural ingredients and pure limestone water, it is a true masterpiece among Kentucky's finest Bourbons.
For those who accept the Spey whiskies as being so much more refined due to the lack of peating, this will surprise you with its peat reek and coastal tones that recall islay malts.
All wood on the nose with maybe a little spice. Oak and candied malt come through in equal measure on the palate. Shades of vanilla, chocolate and caramel also present.
Complex and powerful layers of soft citrus fruits, fresh honey and spices on the nose. Creamy and rich on the palate with flavours of toffee and peppery notes.
Delicate with slighly honey-like sweetness and fine velevety softness. This Rum is fresh and lightly balanced. It also finishes soft and pleasantly fruity.
It's a seriously smokey single malt whisky. Benromach only produce very small batches of this unique whisky.
Made by Dominican Republic's biggest rum producer, the Brugal 1888 Rum is a bottle of liquid gold. The makers call it the "rum for whiskey lovers"; with a Bourbon like nose and a dry palate.
A lighter style whisky with a hint of sweetness on the nose. Its soft to the mouth and its sherry casking is evident to the taste.
No.3 Gin stays true to the roots of London Dry Gin, with no needless and diverting convolutions that have become widespread in modern distilling.
This is the second batch of Auchentoshan's Virgin Oak. Aged in new North American oak casks, this triple-distilled Lowland whisky is rich, spicy and complex.
Delicious sweet sherry bursts up you. On the palate, sweet and honeyed at first, with an oaky edge. Develops in the mouth with a bite of citrus and a hint of dark chocolate.
A relatively small distillery, using only a pair of stills but it's whisky is highly prized by connoisseurs of Lowland Single Malts. Alexander Murray & Co. brings you this rare bottling of Bladnoch.
Ripe with gooseberries, sweet creamy vanilla, a hint of oak, warm honey and the signature smooth, delicate Auchentoshan taste.
For Islay, this single malt brings a contemporary edge. Intense smokiness and flavours, all inside an edgy black and silver bottle.
Cinnamon, cedar and creme brulee on the nose make way for tangerines, nutmeg and cocoa on the palate. Dry on the finish and reminiscent of Christmas mince pies.