Sending the UK's cocktailist mixologalian types into a frenzy of anticipation, the famed Cocchi Americano has finally hit these shores. It's acclaimed as the most credible alternative to the long-discontinued Kina Lillet due to its high levels of cinchona, the fiercely bitter bark used to make quinine. This makes Cocchi Americano essential in recreating James Bond's Vesper Martini and the legendary Corpse Reviver #2 from The Savoy Cocktail Book.
Pimm's No. 6 is the last of the official Pimm's "Cups", and is based on vodka and infused with a mix of herbs, spices and fruit. For those with a taste for a lighter drink it works excellently as a replacement for the No.1 Cup, mixed with lemonade with a garden of garnish.
Cocchi Americano Rosa is a blend of two aromatic grape varieties, Brachetto and Malvasia herbs, fruits and spices. These include gentian, cinchona, ginger and rose petals. Enjoy with tonic or soda and grapefruit zest, or in sparkling wine.
Vermouth del Professore is produced by collaboration between Federico Ricatto, Carlos Quaglia and the Jerry Thomas Speakeasy in Rome. Jerry Thomas was a pioneering American 19th century bartender, considered to be the original mixologist and nicknamed "The Professor" and this vermouth is a homage to him.
A litre bottle of Dubonnet from the 1990s. Invented in 1846 to enter a French Government competition to help overseas soldiers combat malaria, it is a blend of fortified wine, herbs and spices and contains quinine.
A litre bottle of Noilly Prat's excellent vermouth, heavier than you might expect and great for Manhattans. Made from white wines, some of which are aged in oak casks for extra richness, which are then infused with aromatic herbs and spices.
Martini Gold is an exciting blend of botanicals sourced from around the world to create a unique flavour, in packaging designed by fashion house Dolce & Gabbana. The taste of Martini Gold is described by the producers as naturally distinctive, with fragant lemon, deep, zesty orange and rich exotic spices such as saffron, ginger and myrrh.
A very special release from Italian spirits company Martini & Rossi. Martini Gran Lusso, literally translated as "Great Luxury", has been produced to celebrate 150 years of Martini. In the blend are two very special components - moscato aged for a year in oak and a recreated secret 1904 recipe called 'extract 94' that is aged for 8 years in demijohns.
A bitter amer liqueur made in the USA to fill the gap in the market due to a distinct lack of French versions making it over the Atlantic. A fantastic bitter orange and gentian aperitif, perfect for cocktail making and as a replacement for Picon.
Lou Garagaï Pastis is made by the Janot distillery. Founded in 1928, this is made to the same recipe created by the founder, Alfred Maunier. Drink cold and diluted with water to release the fresh aniseed notes.