A bottle of pre made Sour Apple Martini mix from Finest Call. Intended to represent the tartness found in Granny smith apples, the ingredients include pure lemon juice for extra sourness. Simply add vodka for an appletini.
Claytons Kola Tonic is a very unique drink mix first sold in the 1880's. The heart of the drink is genuine West African Kola Nut extract, a well-known natural stimulant. Clayton's can be mixed with gin, rum, vodka, beer and stout, or lemonade, ginger ale, ginger beer, soda water or orange juice.
A superb apricot syrup from Monin, with lovely apricot jam flavours and a slightly dry aftertaste, ensuring it never becomes too cloying. Recommended not just for cocktails - try some in your cakes and fruit smoothies too...
Monin's fabulous blackberry syrup has a wide range of delicious applications, from cakes and summer puddings through to smoothies, trifles and lots of cocktails, particularly those with apple flavours - try with Zubrowka and cloudy apple juice for a real treat.
Blueberries (aka Myrtille) are native to the USA and are widely cultivated in Sardinia where they are made into Mirto, one of Italy's best-loved liqueurs. Sweet with a nice bite of residual tartness, this is wonderful in cakes, banana milkshakes and desserts, especially trifles and fruit compote or summer pudding.
Monin's glorious cherry syrup has just the right amount of tart juiciness and is perfect for compotes and summer puddings as well as being an unusual non-alcoholic alternative to marschino or cherry brandy in a range of cocktails. Also great in cola, of course.
A wonderful chocolate syrup from Monin that tastes like, and can be used as a substitute for, a cacao liqueur in various drinks and puddings. Or just drizzled on vanilla ice cream. Fabulously indulgent.
Monin have somehow managed to catch the flavour of freshly-grated coconut for this delicious syrup. As you'd expect, it's perfect in rum-based cocktails, especially pina coladas, pineapple punches and lots of other exotic fruit drinks. Almost like a liquid Bounty.