N'Rootsi is a weird and wonderful Jamaican roots wine containing fermented herbs and spices including ginger root, elderflower, rosehip, burdock root, cinnamon, nettle, St. John's Wort, rosemary, sage, dandelion and cola nut, along with honey and demerara sugar. Sounds awesome.
Wincarnis Tonic Wine is a blend of enriched wine and malt extract infused with a bewildering variety of botanicals including gentian root, mugwort, angelica root, balm mint, fennel seed, coriander seed, peppermint leaves, cardamom seeds and cassia bark.
Crabbie's excellent green ginger wine, essential for the making of Whisky Macs. In addition to ginger, the ingredients include lemon zest, orange zest, wild cowslips, oriental cinnamon and oriental cloves.
Buckfast, also known as 'Buckie', is the notorious wine-based fortified tonic drink, made by Devonshire monks and beloved by 'neds' and students in Ireland and Scotland. Each bottle of Buckfast contains around 280mg of caffeine, the equivalent of nearly nine cans of Coke.
A delicious mulled version of Crabbie's famous ginger wine. This is made by blending ginger and British ruby wines with natural ginger, spices and citrus fruits. Perfect served warm in the winter, or use it to make a sorbet in the summer.
Lindisfarne is well known for producing a variety of products such as liqueurs, rum, whisky, wine, and mead. Produced on the holy island of Lindsfarne at the St. Aidan's Winery in Northumberland. They describe their Damson wine as "Light red in colour - drier style and flavour."
Lindisfarne is well known for producing a variety of products such as liqueurs, rum, whisky, wine, and mead. Produced on the holy island of Lindsfarne at the St. Aidan's Winery in Northumberland. They describe their Elderberry wine as "Good red colour, medium sweet in style with a pronounced Elderberry flavour."
An undiluted and full bodied sake that will mellow in the bottle over time. Made by Akashi Sake Brewery, which has a history dating back to the 19th century, but has only been making Sake since the end of the First World War.
A bottle of Martini Prosecco. Produced using grapes frown in the Veneto and Fruili regions of northern Italy, this is dry, fresh and crisply aromatic. Delicious either as an aperitif or mixed 1:1 with Martini Rosato or Bianco in a Martini Royale.