A staggering array of styles and types of spirits are made around the world. This section includes such delights as the national drinks of China (baijiu), Chile and Peru (pisco), Brazil (cachaça), Italy (grappa) and Korea (soju), as well as premade cocktails. Read More »
A plum eau de vie from the folks at Miclo using quetsch, a dark skinned variety of the fruit which is prominently grown in Alsace. Miclo have been making top quality eaux-de-vie since 1962 when the distillery was established in Lapoutrie.
A A Poire William pear eau-de-vie from Gilbert Miclo. He set up his distillery in 1962 in the village of Lapoutrie in Alsace, incidentally a few miles away from the Eau-de-vie Museum. This is made from distilling pears grown in the Rhone valley.
A quality cherry eau-de-vie (not to be confused with cherry brandy, which is actually a liqueur). Claimed to be the oldest fruit used to make eau-de-vie, this example is dry and perfect for a postprandial drink.
A premium Chilean pisco from the Camposano family, now on to their 5th generation in the business. Waqar is made using Muscat wine and is distilled in small batches to produce a natural and aromatic pisco. San Francisco WSC - Best Pisco
An 'eau-de-vie-de-bier' from the crazy distillers at Adnams, taking their top notch Broadside bitter, distilling it and then maturing it in new French oak for a year before bottling. It's unlike almost anything you've tried before.