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 half bottle of Nardini's 15 year old Grappa Riserva. This was launched in 2004 for the 225th anniversary of Nardini's foundation. Aged for in Slovonian oak, it is complex and intense, yet soft. Nardini suggest this is a great post-prandial grappa which combines extremely well with strong dark cigars.
Lepanto is the only brandy to be distilled in the city of Jerez. Established in 1886, the company's brandies are all made from Palomino grapes and aged for 15 years, the difference being the cask used. The Solera Gran Reserva is matured in Fino casks, leading to a dry and elegant delicious brandy.
The 2013 edition of Aalborg's special yearly Jule akvavit, the 32nd such limited edition celebrating the yule-tide season. Produced from a recipe that hasn't changed for over a century, this is best served chilled.
A 50cl bottle of quince eau de vie from traditional Dutch producer Lubberhuizen & Raaff. The fruit is grown in orchards around the distillery in the Betuwe region. The building itself was previously a fire station.
Boulard's XO Calvados is made up of brandies ranging from 8 to 15 years of age. The brand was founded by Pierre-Auguste Boulard in 1825 and are based in the town of Coquainvilliers. This is a delicious postprandial drink.
A bottle of White Dog from Mikkeller. Made using a combination of malted barley and corn, this is incredibly approachable served neat for what is effectively and unaged whisky and is equally at home when added to cocktails.
An old bottling of Carlos I Solera Gran Reserva Brandy - a long-aged traditional Spanish grape brandy from the Jerez region, more famous for its fortified wine. This has been aged in a solera system, just like the sherry itself and, we estimate, dates from the 1980s.