Our Offerings

Our Offerings

Our Offerings

Whisky

The first record of Whisky making in Scotland dates back to 1495. Today, it is closey protected by law and divided in to five categories – Single Malt, Single Grain, Blended Malt (Also known as Vatted), Blended Grain and Blended Scotch. The spirit must be aged for three years in oak barrels before it can be called Scotch Whisky.

Whisky

The first record of Whisky making in Scotland dates back to 1495. Today, it is closey protected by law and divided in to five categories – Single Malt, Single Grain, Blended Malt (Also known as Vatted), Blended Grain and Blended Scotch. The spirit must be aged for three years in oak barrels before it can be called Scotch Whisky.

World Whisky

Whisky is now made in every corner of the world, and we try and reflect that in our selection. We have a range of Bourbons from the USA including Rye, Tennessee and Corn, and always stock a selection of Irish whisky. We stock Suntory, Nikka and more from Japan plus whisky from countries you wouldn’t have thought even made it – South Africa, France, India, Australia…

Whisky is now made in every corner of the world, and we try and reflect that in our selection. We have a range of Bourbons from the USA including Rye, Tennessee and Corn, and always stock a selection of Irish whisky. We stock Suntory, Nikka and more from Japan plus whisky from countries you wouldn’t have thought even made it – South Africa, France, India, Australia…

Whisky

Vodka

Vodka is a spirit made by the distillation of fermented substances such as grains, potatoes, or sometimes fruits or sugar. Most European Vodkas are 40%, and the EU has established 37.5% as the minimum strength for a spirit to be sold as Vodka. Traditionally drunk neat in the vodka belt of Eastern Europe, it is more commonly drunk with a mixer or in a cocktail in the UK.

Vodka

Vodka is a spirit made by the distillation of fermented substances such as grains, potatoes, or sometimes fruits or sugar. Most European Vodkas are 40%, and the EU has established 37.5% as the minimum strength for a spirit to be sold as Vodka. Traditionally drunk neat in the vodka belt of Eastern Europe, it is more commonly drunk with a mixer or in a cocktail in the UK.

Gin

Gin (derived from Genever, Dutch for Juniper) originated as a Juniper berry-based herbal medicine and is now one of the most widely distributed spirits, represented by a wide range of products of various origins, styles and flavours but all with Juniper berries as a common ingredient. Distillers add different botanicals, such as orange peel, to add distinct character to their product.

Gin (derived from Genever, Dutch for Juniper) originated as a Juniper berry-based herbal medicine and is now one of the most widely distributed spirits, represented by a wide range of products of various origins, styles and flavours but all with Juniper berries as a common ingredient. Distillers add different botanicals, such as orange peel, to add distinct character to their product.

Gin

Rum

Rum is a distilled beverage made from the byproducts of sugarcane, such as mollasses, and is mostly made in the Caribbean. It derives its golden colour from ageing in oak. Light Rum is often used in cocktails, while golden or dark Rum is traditionally drank neat or over ice.

Rum

Rum is a distilled beverage made from the byproducts of sugarcane, such as mollasses, and is mostly made in the Caribbean. It derives its golden colour from ageing in oak. Light Rum is often used in cocktails, while golden or dark Rum is traditionally drank neat or over ice.

Derived from the Dutch word ‘Brandewijn’, meaning ‘Burnt Wine’, Brandy is made by distilling Wine and then aged in wooden barrels or coloured with caramel. Brandy made using fruits other than grapes are usually known as ‘Eaux-de-vie’, particularly in France

Brandy

Brandy

Derived from the Dutch word ‘Brandewijn’, meaning ‘Burnt Wine’, Brandy is made by distilling Wine and then aged in wooden barrels or coloured with caramel. Brandy made using fruits other than grapes are usually known as ‘Eaux-de-vie’, particularly in France

Absinthe

Absinthe is a very strong Aniseed flavoured-spirit. It is traditionally distilled to a high-strength (60-80%) then diluted with water, poured over a sugar cube on an elegant metal absinthe spoon. By more recent methods, the sugar cube is set alight before being dropped in the spirit, which itself is then ignited.

Absinthe

Absinthe is a very strong Aniseed flavoured-spirit. It is traditionally distilled to a high-strength (60-80%) then diluted with water, poured over a sugar cube on an elegant metal absinthe spoon. By more recent methods, the sugar cube is set alight before being dropped in the spirit, which itself is then ignited.

We also stock a range of other more obsucre spirits and liqueurs, such as Akvavit (a Scandinavian Caraway and Dill spirit), Poteen (A once illegal Irish spirit traditionally based on Potato) and Tequila (made in Mexico from Blue Agave flowers). You’ll find oddities from all over the world offering a unique range of flavours!

Other Liqueurs and Spirits

Other Liqueurs and Spirits

We also stock a range of other more obsucre spirits and liqueurs, such as Akvavit (a Scandinavian Caraway and Dill spirit), Poteen (A once illegal Irish spirit traditionally based on Potato) and Tequila (made in Mexico from Blue Agave flowers). You’ll find oddities from all over the world offering a unique range of flavours!