Cabana is a Brazilian cachaça distilled twice in copper potstills (rather than the normal single column-distillation) for extra purity and authentic sugarcane flavour. A massive hit at Rumfest 2009. Cabana Cachaca is suitable for vegans.
Asbach is a famous German brandy with an ardent cult following, particularly amongst British ex-servicemen, many of whom have developed a fondness for it while stationed in the country. This 3 year old is the sibling to Asbach Uralt.
A bottle of Asbach Uralt, the German brandy that is a perennial favourite, especially amongst British ex-servicemen. The sibling to the 3 year old original, uralt was created by Hugo Asbach way back in 1892.
Distilled in copper potstills from fresh-cut organically-grown sugarcane from the Bahia region of Brazil, Abelha is a cut above many firewater cachacas, boasting an extremely pure and pungent agricole character. Delightful in long coolers.
A rosé Pineau des Charentes from a traditional pineau producer whose vineyards sit on the hillsides facing Charentes. This pineau is unfiltered and may drop some sediment, so make sure to let the bottle sit before pouring.
Capel's Transparent Double Distilled Pisco is a grape brandy from Chile. Made using Pedro Ximenez grapes which are double distilled and then triple filtered, resulting in an elegant and remarkably pure Pisco.
Yeni is a traditional Turkish raki, distilled twice in copper alembics. Raki is frequently drunk with water, the addition of which causes it to throw a milky louche - in this form it is commonly refered to as 'aslan sutu', which translates as 'lion's milk'.
Translated as 'Crazy Lips', Boca Loca cachaça is a more akin to a good quality rhum agricole than some of the fire-water or bland neutral cachaças you see elsewhere (not here, of course). Smell that sugarcane!