The term 'brandy' covers a wide range of products including the likes of Calvados, Poire William, Slivovitz. In this section we are dealing with grape brandies from areas outside of Cognac and Armagnac, along with brandies made from beer, malt or grain, and Marcs. Read More »
An 'eau-de-vie-de-bier' from the crazy distillers at Adnams, taking their top notch Broadside bitter, distilling it and then maturing it in new French oak for a year before bottling. It's unlike almost anything you've tried before.
A highly sought-after cherry spirit, Ammalia is made in the old-fashioned way using a bain marie from sour cherries as well as grapes, so resembles a kind of flavoured grappa. Ammalia is intensely-flavoured, yet very smooth and soft in the mouth, and the cherries ensure it has a distinctive almond aroma.
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.
A bottle of Metaxa's Grande Fine Brandy, presented in a delightful decanter shaped bottle. Containing eaux-de-vie of between 8 and 15 years of age, this expression has a silky-smooth texture and excellent balance between fruit and wood.
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.
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.