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 »
This is a single varietal Mezcal using 100% Espadin Agave. Real Minero is now in its fourth generation of family ownership and the distillation is a traditional one in terracotta pots. Pear notes in abundance here.
A high strength edition of Enmascarado's tequila, bottled at still strength. It's made from espadin agave, cooked in traditional earth ovens and pot distilled before bottling, giving it a powerful smoky taste.
A 12 year old cognac from the house of Adrien Camut, growers of Pays d'Auge apples since the 1800s. Based in the village of La Lande-Saint-Léger, near the geographical centre of Normandy, their production is often found in the best restaurants in France.
A grappa produced from Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Distilled in small batches in a copper pot still, this is subject to a double maturation. Firstly being matured for four years in barriques before a 6 month finishing period in barrels previously used for Sassicaia, the famed Super-Tuscan wine.
An excellent 12 year old American apple brandy. The barrels are carefully selected before the spirit is charcoal filtered and bottled with only water added to keep it at their traditional 88 proof, 44% ABV.
An extra old Sotol, a spirit similar to tequila made using Dessert Spoon, a shrub native to Mexico and the southern USA. Hacienda de Chihuahua is one of the few commercially available and this is the pinnacle of what they make - aged for 5 years in new French oak barrels.
A lightly smoky, citrus laden mezcal from Ven a Mi - unaged, sweet and packed full of agave flavour. Mezcal is kind of like tequila's older brother and has remained true to small scale production and traditional methods, producing a spirit with the authentic taste of roasted Mexican agave.