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At Gerry's Wines and Spirits we pride ourselves in stocking the UK's largest selection of spirits and liqueurs. Over the years, our store in the centre of London's vibrant Soho has become famous
for being something of an Aladdin's Cave of rare, weird and wonderful examples of the distiller's art.
Our award winning Boë Scottish Gin is infused with violets to create Boë Violet Gin. The addition of violets creates a stylish gin with a light, delicate taste and beautiful colour and aroma. Enjoy with tonic, in a cocktail or with the mixer and accompaniment of your choice.
Introducing Amaretto Adriatico Bianco: A new generation of amaretto liqueur, with 100% natural ingredients
Amaretto made only in Italy: Perfect as an aperitif and with the most elaborate cocktail recipes
Made using hand-picked almonds from Puglia which are roasted, and combined with a pinch of sea salt
This white liqueur has silky accents of chopped and soaked white almond, creating a lactose-free milk liqueur
Includes: 1 x 70cl bottle of Amaretto Adriatico Bianco (16% ABV). Enjoy chilled neat, or best served on crushed ice
Asterly Bros. have been hard at work in South London creating Britannica Fernet, an intriguing bitter spirit made with 14 botanicals including roasted hazelnuts, cacao nibs, rosemary, chocolate malt myrrh and even London Porter. Although bitter, this liqueur is full of approachable notes and is ideal for sipping neat as a digestif, or as a complex addition to cocktails.
An intriguing one here from Rum Sixty Six. While many of the expressions from Rum Sixty Six come from the Foursquare Distillery in Barbados, this one is an English white rum! It was originally distilled in the Caribbean and was matured for two years before making its way over to Liverpool, where it was redistilled! Following that, it was rested in copper tanks to let the flavour profile mellow out for a touch, and was then bottled.
Alberto Zuccardi created the Zuccardi winery in 1963, when he planted his first vines in Mendoza. Fast forward to present day, and his first plantings have transformed into what was named number one at The World's Best Vineyard Awards in 2020. Not to mention, Sebastián, the third generation of the family, is one of South America's finest winemakers. This is a chance for you to taste what the fuss is about. The Q stands for quality, as the fruit is sourced from Mendoza's finest spot. Try its notes of blackcurrant, cherry and roses with a sirloin steak.
Simultaneously sweet and sharp, packed with fresh, zesty grapefruit and lime notes
Yuzushu is made by macerating yuzu citrus in premium Sake and balancing with a touch of sugar
Serve chilled as a palate cleanser with a meal or served as a long drink with tonic water.
Can be used in cooking or in cocktails to add fragrant citrus notes
Made at Akashi Sake Brewery who are a 4th generation Sake brewer based in Hyogo prefecture
The Lady of Charmat is a multi-vintage sparkling brut rosé made from grapes grown at Off The Line vineyard. The fruit was whole-bunched pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks with a secondary fermentation taking place in a tank, a method known as ‘the Charmat method’.
This vivid pink, dry sparkling rosé is easy drinking and fruit driven. It has definition, character and expresses red fruit flavours with character and identity.
The Arran Malt finished in Sauternes casks. These casks that previously held Bordeaux sweet wine give a honeyed sweetness to the isle of Arran’s only single malt distillery.
The tiny Isle of Arran was once rife with working distilleries but many of them lucked out when the market became swayed towards quantity rather than quality. Many distilleries fell into disuse until 1995 when a distillery in Lochranza reopened it’s doors to become home to the Isle of Arran Distillers. Then in July 1998, the first legal dram of whisky was served for over 160 years. The 10 year old single malt is a medium-bodied, whisky with a nose of herbaceous hedgerow and biscuits with a sweet, malty palate followed by green fruits and apples.
This unique whisky is crafted at Arran’s Lochranza distillery with a blend of Scottish-grown malted barley, and fresh water from nearby Loch.
Bottled at a natural cask strength of 56.2% abv to present the whisky in its unadulterated, purest form.
Scottish-grown malted barley, yeast, Loch Davie water, matured in ex-Bourbon and smaller American oak casks.
The Carta Blanca rum from Santiago de Cuba is a molasses-based rum which is initially aged in oak casks and filtered before bottling, removing the colour but not the flavour (making it a good choice for cocktails).
“All young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential.” – Harvey Milk
This limited-edition bottle of Stoli’s classic premium vodka celebrates the life and legacy of Harvey Milk. Born in 1930, Harvey Bernard Milk became the firstly openly gay person to be elected to a high-profile public office when he was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977. Speaking afterwards, he said: “It’s not my victory, it’s yours and yours and yours. If a gay can win, it means there is hope that the system can work for all minorities if we fight. We’ve given them hope.” Tragically, he and the Mayor at the time were assassinated by a disgruntled colleague on 27 November 1978. During his short eleven-month tenure, Harvey Milk passed a bill banning discrimination in public accommodations, housing and employment on the bases of sexual orientation. His achievements as an advocate for positive change, human rights, LGBTQ+ equality and a more inclusive world have made him an icon. As Harvey Milk famously said: “Hope will never be silent.”
Here we have a smoky addition to the Ron Larimar range of cask-finished rums! For this one, the Dominican rum has been finished in casks which previously held heavily peated Scotch single malt whisky, so there's some earthy, savoury smokiness among the sweeter notes from the rum itself. A tipple to bring together rum and whisky lovers alike!
Premium Sake from a 4th Generation Brewery in Hyogo prefecture
A medium-bodied, luxuriously aromatic sake, Sweet banana and honey on the nose, pear, melon and a touch of anise on the palate
Serve chilled from the fridge in a wine or sake glass
Amazing served with oysters, Ideal pairing for sushi sashimi, or salads dressed with vinaigrette
Once open, store in fridge and consume within 14 days
Akashi Tai Daiginjo Genshu is made from Yamada Nishiki Sake rice with a milling rate of 38% at full strength of 17% abv without the addition of water. This leads to a medium-bodied Sake, packed with fruit and floral notes
A fascinating release from Speyside's superb Balvenie Distillery. This expression was initially aged in American oak casks, before being transferred over to casks that previously held Pineau from France. This has introduced a generous helping of honey-glazed fruit and a subtle leafy hint to this 16 year old single malt's flavour profile.
Eleven years is ancient for rum, and we're dying to try this Santiago de Cuba Anejo Superior. An aged reserve from one of the best Cuban brands is always a good thing.
Powerful and full-bodied red with aromas of cassis, blackberry, cedar, spice and coffee. On the palate flavours of blackberry, chocolate and spice dominate with notes of vanilla and smoke. A long finish both layered and complex.
"Termes is the vibrant expression of Toro, a symbol of its youthful spirit. It stands out from what Toro wines used to be, for its vigor, freshness and vivacity. Powerful yet balanced, vibrant yet complex, it is perfect to drink young. It is perfect paired with food like a plancha of Spanish ham or a beef carpaccio."
German gin made in Hamburg that spends it's days dreaming of the Algarve, where the lemons used in its production are grown. Mediterranean florals are also used in this 'nostalgic' (a loose translation of the Portuguese "Saudade") gin, presented in a rather handsome opaque bottle.
A limited-edition rum from Lost Years, Arribada is a blend of rums from Venezuela, Panama, El Salvador, Belize and the Dominican Republic. Matured in white oak casks for at least five years, Arribada offers notes of orange, ginger, black pepper, oak and caramel.
Our multi award-winning signature blend, Four Island, is a union of world-class single estate rums made from two different base ingredients, molasses and fresh sugar cane juice.
We’ve married three wonderful barrel-aged rums – an eight-year-old rum from the legendary Foursquare Distillery in Barbados, a five-year-old from the Dominican Republic and a two-year-old pot still rum from a multi-award-winning estate in Jamaica.
The result is a core blend that's classically Caribbean: fruity and aromatic with juicy notes of tropical fruit, combined with the warm smokiness that comes from those years spent in lightly charred barrels previously used for maturing bourbon.
We’ve then added the x-factor - a ’punch’ of authentic unaged Rhum Agricole from Guadeloupe - to bring a vibrant and grassy freshness to the blend.
This unrivalled blend offers the best of both worlds – a luxurious amber liquid that combines the rich woody flavours of great aged rum, with the fresh earthiness of unaged Rhum Agricole.
Pure and unadulterated with absolutely no sugar or colouring added post distillation, it’s also vegan friendly and gluten-free.
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Yamazaki 12 year old is probably the most famous Japanese whisky there is. An exceptional single malt, it was one of the first seriously marketed offerings from Japan to reach the rest of the world. Intensely enjoyable and rich with nut oils and citrus zest, Yamazaki 12 year old is smooth in the mouth with biting winter spice providing that classic whisky flavour, with the fruity notes ensuring a rounded finish. A must for first-time Japanese whisky drinkers.
Hayman’s London Dry was launched in 2008 and is the brand’s shot at the classic dry gin style. Ten botanicals are used, as with all Hayman’s gins, and strong notes of crystallised lemon and orange peel paired with lavender are the first scents you’ll smell. Dry orris root is the first flavour you’ll taste alongside pine and juniper as well as zesty lime. The aftertaste is bitter with the juniper still lingering.
An original family recipe lives on in Hayman’s Old Tom. Clean and fresh in its flavours with a history dating back to the 1860s, Old Tom uses the same ten botanicals it always has. It stands out from others in the Hayman’s collection due to the intensity of the botanicals within and the addition of sugar for sweetness. Juniper and orange zest work together to introduce the drink and by the end you’ll be enjoying cracked black pepper in a clean, long finish.
The flavour of wild English sloe berries is encapsulated perfectly in Hayman’s gin. First launched in 2009, Hayman’s sloe gin has rust red hues and has a strong aroma of fresh sloes and underlying almond notes. The flavour overall is bittersweet and has a light syrupy sweetness, with strong gin notes carrying through. It ends on an intensely spiced and fruity note, with the traditional gin flavours combining with the sweet sloes.
The flavour density is stunning, the complexity is joyful, and the balance is sublime. Caramelized apples, cobbler crust, subtle spices, nuances of Sauternes, sticky but with a tannic acidity that lifts the palate and pulls you back like a hummingbird to honeysuckle.
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A Premium Port that embodies the values of quality, elegance and tradition from Quinta do Noval.
A new style of Port with a blend that highlights the fruit thanks to its black cherry, sweet spice flavours and its smooth and perfect balance.
An contemporary and elegant packaging with unique black bottle and a pure design label with silver lines.
A characterful ruby , fantastic slightly chilled.
Raspberry & Blackcurrant. Fruity, vibrant and rich in flavour, whilst also having a lower sugar content. Perfect for creating cocktails, as a simple spirit & mixer serve or for enjoying neat over ice.
Frangelico is known as one of the big guys, one of Italy’s most famous liqueurs and one which has been around for more than 300 years. Traditional in its production and flavour, Frangelico captures the essence of the rich and flavourful hazelnut and offers it up as a smooth and creamy liqueur. The bottle is shaped like a monk’s habit, bringing back memories of its first producers and the flavour is truly intense with a nuttiness which is wonderful in coffee, over dessert or as part of the base of a creamy cocktail.
Seven Tails Brandy
The inception of Seven Tails in unique, Cognac, Armagnac and the finest French brandies aged 3-30 years are aged in oak barrels then finished in port wood casks to achieve a rich depth of flavour encompassing tasting notes of praline, dried fig and toasted vanilla.
The true taste of Italian coffee is perfectly instilled in this liqueur. Strong rich espresso coffee comes through on the palate and a sweet and smooth taste ensures it goes down wonderfully. A traditional recipe which uses premium coffees and expert mixers ensures that the original recipe is replicated every time, ensuring that classic flavour is perennially enjoyed and the glass you sip today is as close to possible as when first produced.
Iseo Triple Sec offers great flavour and great value in equal measure. Made from the distillation of the dried peel of the Curacao oranges, it’s produced in Italy and has crystal clear hues hiding that truly tangy orange flavour. Light on the palate and with a fresh orange blossom aroma, Iseo Triple Sec is refreshing and sweet. Sugary sweetness blends beautifully with the citric tang of the orange.
Passoa is an exotic liqueur which shows off the exuberance and vibrancy of the passion fruit. It’s popular all over the world with Puerto Rico rating it as its number one liqueur. Its aroma is fresh and fragrant, passion fruit comes through but also boiled sweets and zesty grapefruit. On tasting you’ll enjoy a light syrup mouthfeel and passion fruit at the forefront with cooked grapefruit and a little cherry coming through too. Truly exotic and wonderful on ice.
The coffee liqueur which is known best around the world, Kahlua uses coffee beans from Mexico before being produced by the master blenders at Heering in Denmark. The strong coffee notes come through immediately on the nose and its thick texture is welcome on the palate with a sweet chocolate flavour coming through alongside the coffee. Try the 1950s classic of Kahlua and milk, which allows the intense flavour of the coffee to come through wonderfully.
Prosecco: Ca' Belli Prosecco DOC ROSÉ is characterized by fruity aromas of cherry and berries on the nose with delicate floral notes. It’s crisp and light on the palate with a persistent foam.