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.
Discover the joyous diversity that can be found in malts from the Speyside region with our latest edition of Cask Speyside, a 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky finished in sherry casks. The rich, spiced berry flavours are an indulgent contrasts to the refreshing citrus flavours of our Speyside 10 Year Old. Un-coloured and non-chill-filtered.
Colour: Warm copper.
Nose: Almond icing, dusted cinnamon, red apple and blackcurrant.
Palate: Cherry plum, spiced honey and zesty orange marmalade.
Finish: Rolling gently through subtle spice to a lightly tart, bramble conclusion.
Merlet & Fils Cognac Brothers Blend (VSOP) is a cognac made from a blend of different eaux-de-vies from 4-12 years old. The Merlets have produced Cognac for the great Trading Houses ever since establishing themselves in 1850. After five generations of loyal services and 160 years of distilling for the great Cognac Houses, it was time to create Merlet’s own label. Gilles Merlet elaborated Brothers Blend with his two sons Pierre and Luc, who felt the desire to come home and help their Farther in the family business. Here they established a Cognac without any glitter and which gives itself away to simple pleasure of the palate. It is a unique Cognac, honest in its creation and beautiful in its taste. This is a savoury, fruity and spicy Cognac
Crazy Creatures Gruner Veltliner, Kremstal, Austria,
100% Gruner Veltliner, unoaked
The brainchild of Michael Malat, the grapes for "Crazy Creatures" are grown in the small Austrian village of Palt, in the wine-growing region of Kremstal. The traditional Malat winery has been making wines in the region since 1722.
A favourite among sommeliers and wine enthusiasts alike, Grüner Veltliner is the most important grape of Austria and is known for its spicy, herbal and fruity aromas and a crisp, fresh acidity.
This Gruner has notes of whole grain cookies, dried barley, hazelnut flour, and baking spices lead the aromas and flavours on the forefront, followed by tart lemon and spice. Its soft texture yet zippy acidity add up to a wine that’s entirely enjoyable.
A white wine that goes remarkably well with a great many dishes.
Based on 17th Century recipes from 'The London Dispensatory', Dispense Amaro combines 24 botanicals including gentian, hops and wormwood, with the Asterley Bros family's Sicilian amaro recipe.
Blended with their signature vermouth made from British pinot noir grapes, this is a uniquely British amaro where London meets Sicily.
Sip with tonic for a complex aperitif, add a splash to your G & T or indulge after hours with a single cube of ice.cktails.
While the classic Montelobos Joven Mezcal is made using espadin agave, the Ensamble expression gives the espadin some friends to play with. This edition features tobala and papalote agave alongside espadin, resulting in a slightly more herbaceous and smoke-driven flavour profile.oke and honey.
A fresh and sweet blend of grape juice and young Armagnac which is delicious served chilled as an aperitif. Floc is a traditional drink from Gascony which dates back to the 16th century, and which can only be made in the Armagnac region. Serve it before a meal or with traditional foods from the southwest of France, it's particularly delicious with foie gras.
A creamy, sweet liqueur made with a combination of Black Irish whiskey, Irish spirit, caramel and vanilla. The result is aromas of toffee, butter, cream, vanilla and sweet spices that are echoed throughout the palate.
House Gruet has been in Champagne since 1670. The winery has been passed on from generation to generation, finding fulfilment in 1975 with the launch of the first wines by Claude Gruet. He started producing 2500 bottles in 1975. He is currently working on a 20-hectares vineyard, producing from its own grapes and those of other producer they select, to produce around 2 million bottles a year in total.
The Brut offers a crisp, and full-bodied sparkling wine, which has developed rich complexity and fine mousse. The allure of toasty finish from twenty-four months on tirage, is a complement to the sophisticated apple and citrus flavour. Winemaker's Note: Brilliant with ultra fine bubbles. A wonderful fine bouquet dominated by green apple and grapefruit flavours. A truly classic house style!
Perfect for casual get-togethers, HENDRICK’S FLORA ADORA is buzzing with an enticing aroma of enchanting flowers and a fresh, herbal character that is classically HENDRICK’S in style. The juniper and coriander backbone is lengthened by lush green and wonderfully sweet floral characteristics, creating a wonderfully balanced gin.
Exquisite with tonic and a slice of cucumber, or perhaps try mixed long in a Wildgarden Cup – a medley of fresh mint, cooling cucumber and juicy raspberries lengthened with a refreshing lemon soda.
A sherried single malt from Tomintoul, specially designed to be paired with cigars! A no-age-statement Speysider, which has been matured in Oloroso sherry casks, sourced from Andalucia. We reckon it'll taste just as good on its own, with all of its chocolate and bramble fruit notes.
An award winning 16 year old Speyside whisky from the Tomintoul distillery in Banffshire. Matured in ex-bourbon barrels and bottled at 40%, this is an easy drinker that more than lives up to the tag of ‘The Gentle Dram’. It’s a soft and medium-bodied expression that brings together notes of honey, vanilla, nuts and citrus.eased.
We're big fans of white Port, and of whisky obviously, but it's not too often that the two meet, so this rare occasion is most welcome! Distilled at Tomintoul in 2008, this 14-year-old single-malt Scotch was finished in white Port casks, imparting delicious sweet, vinous notes to the elegant malt at its core.
Each singular release of The One Cask Expressions collection has been finished in the finest oak casks, adding a new dimension to the flavour profile and demonstrating the influence oak and cask seasoning has on whisky's flavour-elevation.
Colheita (Col-yate-a) means “harvest”, referring to the exclusive use of grapes from a single crop to create a vintage port.
Our singular blend of The Lakes Single Malt and select grain and malt Scotch whiskies from the Highlands, Speyside and Islay is then finished in rare Colheita casks to create this rich and warming expression of The One.
It is a true pink gin with eccentric juniper notes, luscious wild and sweet strawberries infuse with a tartness of raspberries, balanced by lingering lavender and camomile. Bottled at 42.5%
The only pink gin produced on the island of Ireland with no added sugar!
We recommend serving with Sicilian Lemonade and garnished with a lemon peel.
A plant-based liqueur here, from Lignell & Piispanen in Finland. Oats gives this liqueur a deliciously creamy base, while being completely vegan friendly, with decadent salted caramel and juicy cranberry joining. Try sipping this chilled, over ice, or mix into all manner of cocktails.
A 2010-vintage Venezuelan rum from Plantation that was first matured for eight years in ex-bourbon barrels in Destiloeria Sofa's cellars. The barrels then made the sea voyage to Javrezac, in France's Charente region, where the rum spent a further four years in Ferrand French oak casks. Aromas of nutmeg, honey, vanilla, mandarin, coconut, Brazil nuts, coffee and sweet flowers fill the nose, complemented by notes of spicy oak, peanuts, tobacco, almond, black pepper, creme brulee, pineapple, dried banana and hazelnut throughout the palate and lingering in the finish.
A limited-edition 2013-vintage Barbados rum from Plantation that was initially matured in Barbados for eight years in ex-bourbon casks, before being transported to Europe where it was matured for a further year in ex-Ferrand Cognac casks. Vibrant aromas of coconut, orange blossom, peach, banana, vanilla, roasted almonds, cinnamon and black pepper fill the nose, complemented by notes of honey-drizzled pastries, hazelnut, gingerbread, tobacco, milk chocolate and caraway on the palate. The finish is long and fruity, with lingering hints of lemons, pears, liquorice, toffee and pepper.
Presenting an elixir of distinction from our Master Distiller: Jagermeister Manifest.
Curt Mast created Jägermeister over 80 years ago. He boldly took a new path. Today the new generation of the Mast Family are still committed to the extraordinary. So they have crafted something special based on the original 56 Jägermeister botanicals. Skilfully blended into five selected macerates, which are then refined with distillate matured in small, fresh oak barrels. The tradition of breaking with tradition is still going strong.
J.J. Corry's The Gael Irish whiskey, built using a blend of 60% malt and 40% grain, aged in a combo of ex-bourbon and sherry casks. Crated by the Chapel Gate whiskey bonders, this expression is meant to serve as a mission statement of sorts - an example of what the team is aiming for when its own whiskey comes of age. Is this is the road they're heading down, there is some good whiskey coming.
Don Atenogenes and his family create Pensador Mezcal in his fields near Miahuatlan, Oaxaca, using traditional methods which remain largely unchanged since the 16th Century. They use a combination of espadin and madre-cuishe agave to create it - these are popular agave varieties for good reasons. The process from harvest to bottle each batch of Pensador takes two months - with the hand bottling and labelling taking it closer to three.
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.
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.
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.