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 »
Hacienda de Chihuahua's Anejo Sotol is a 24 month old sotol, matured in French oak barrels and made in Mexico from the Desert Spoon shrub. It picked up a Tequila.net's Best Sotol award in 2011 and is an excellent example of the 'Other Other' spirit of Mexico.
Nardini's Riserva is a grappa that is aged for five years in Slavonian oak barrels. This softens the grappa and slightly sweetens it, due to the natural sugars in the wood. This has notes of apples and honey and is considered by many to be reminiscent of a lowland malt in style.
The old presentation of KWV's 20 year old brandy. A South African brandy from the Cape, pot-distilled from wines made with the traditional grape varieties and aged for at least twenty years before bottling.
This unique Spanish brandy is aged, like a sherry, in a solera made from casks that previously held fine Pedro Ximinez and Oloroso sherries, imparting an incredible richness & complexity to the spirit.
Del Maguey Crema de Mezcal is made with 80% mezcal from San Luis Del Rio, mixed with 20% pure agave syrup, so expect it to be quite sweet. As the bottle proudly proclaims, "For women only...and a few strong men".
Domenis Nera is the biggest-selling grappa from the Domenis distillery, and it's easy to see why - a flurry of classical grappa flavours, impeccably constructed on a delicious creamy mouthfeel - this is a revelation.