Coppa's version of the Sex in the City revived cocktail classic: The Cosmopolitan. A mix of triple sec, cranberry juice, fresh lime and award winning vodka ready to serve: just chill and pour into a martini glass, garnishing with a lemon wedge.
A long and refreshing ready made cocktail from Coppa, combining tequila, triple sec, vodka and rum, with some lime and a splash of cola. Ready to serve - just add a glass packed with ice and a slice of lemon.
Coppa's ready made version of one the world's best known and loved cocktails - The Margarita. They make theirs simply, with tequila, triple sec and lime, and recommend that it be served in a glass full of ice with a salted rim.
A ready made version of the classic Mai Tai from Coppa. A mixture of Caribbean rum, triple sec, amaretto and lime juice which they advise be served simply, poured over crushed ice. And then extravagantly garnishes with a pineapple wedge, sprig of mint and cherry. And two straws.
A sweet and fruity Strawberry Daiquiri from Coppa, adulterating the traditional rum, lime juice and sugar mix with strawberry liqueur and fresh strawberries. For extra decadence dip your glass's rim in sugar before packing it with ice and pouring over the cocktail. IWSC 2012 - Silver Medal - Cocktails
Jinro Soju is the world's best selling spirit. 2011 figures were over 60 million 9 litre cases, compared to just under 20 million of Bacardi and just over 10 million of Jack Daniel's. Soju is a Korean spirit that can be made from rice, grain or potatoes and is diluted before bottling. The producer recommends drinking this with BBQ or grilled meat dishes.
A half bottle of Turkish Raki from Yeni , distilled twice in copper alembics. Raki is frequently drunk with water, the addition of which causes it to throw a milky louche - in this form it is commonly refered to as 'aslan sutu', which translates as 'lion's milk'.
A bottle of De Kuyper's Vieux Special. Vieux is Dutch brandy which is grain based rather than being grape based, although De Kuyper's uses imported French spirit. We're please to have been able to obtain some of this - it's rarely seen outside the Netherlands.
Fundador is the market-leading Spanish grape brandy. Made using Airen and Palomino grapes, Fundador (literally 'Founder') was the first brand marketed as a 'Brandy de Jerez and is aged in a sherry-soaked Solera.
A luxury pisco, remarkably smooth and delicately flavoured. Crafted in copper potstills from the fermented juice of Muscat grapes grown in the Chilean Andes. IWSC 2011 Gold Medal Winner - Best in Class
Champagne producer Goyard use their leftover juice to make this Ratafia. A blend of grape musts and wine eaux-de vie aged in oak barrels, this is delightful as an aperitif. Alternatively use it to make an Allegrata by adding 5cl to 3cl of orange juice and a dash of lime.