Decorate the tree with Ciroc this Christmas! The same great taste presented in a Christmas Bauble to hang on the tree.
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.
Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice features single malts from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northern distilleries, and exudes a crisp, clean taste like the unforgiving force of ice that shapes mountains and stops rivers.
An opulent blend of the famous orange liqueur and the company's own Cognac, in a sleek black box with two elegant glasses.
Crafted with a complex blend of 13 botanicals, Adnams' First Rate gin delivers aromatic spices mixed with Juniper and touches of citrus. Delicious served with cucumber, ice and tonic water.
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.
This is a deliciously sweet 21 year old bottling at 43% abv, which we’ve selected to let the honey, vanilla and caramel notes shine through.
The Islay single malts are known to be peaty, with this one particularly so. Enticing nuances of tobacco and coffee lead to a deeply rich and complex palate.