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
A high quality Cypriot style grappa, locally called Zibania or Zivania, which has history spanning centuries. Made by KEO, Cyprus' largest drinks company, it's excellent served ice cold alongside meze or dried fruit and nuts.
We thought this was a whisky (it used to call itself whisky anyway) but further inspection reveals it to be a 'Thai spirit', which is distilled from around 95% molasses and 5% rice, then flavoured and coloured (thanks to diffordsguide.com for the info). So really, it's closest to a flavoured rum. Best when mixed long with plenty of ice.
An excellent traditional cachaca from Velho Barreiro. Produced by double distilling sugar cane juice and then ageing in a large oak vat to enhance the complex vegetal flavours. Makes a delicious caipirinha by adding 5cl to 3 coffee spoons of refined sugar cane, a lime cut into either 4 or 8 pieces and crushed ice.
A Spanish brandy from sherry experts Gonzalez Byass. Created in the late 19th century, this is made from the most planted white wine grape in the world, Airen. Aged in old sherry barrels, Soberano 5 is the best selling brandy in the UK (as of 2013).
A delicious apple and pear brandy from Stroh of Austria. A classic combination that's popular amongst eau de vie producers, especially in German-speaking countries, as the flavours balance and complement each other perfectly. Best served chilled.