The sweet temptation of cherries is strong in this Monin Cherry Brandy Liqueur. The bright dazzling red hues of the liqueur tempt you in at first and then the sweet smell of freshly squeezed cherry juice dares you to taste. When you take that first sip you’ll enjoy the sweet flavour of cherry flesh mixed with syrupy brandy notes and the bitter, slightly nutty aftertaste of the cherry’s stone. Pop a shot or two in your next glass of champagne.
Briottet’s range of exceptional liqueurs include a combination of sweet fruit and indulgent creams. This apricot cream liqueur uses the delicate Bergeron apricot from the Rhone Valley in France and they’re combined with fine neutral alcohol and water. Velvety in the mouth with essence of both the fresh apricot and the earthiness of its stone, Briottet’s Apricot liqueur is wonderful addition to your after dinner coffee or on its own with dessert.
The Daddy of dry vermouths. Fino Sherry style dryness with cloves and Cardamom followed by squishy white supermarket grapes. The finish retains the spiciness with a dry floral notes of bitter pear and apple.
Bringing out the big guns with a true classic of the cocktail cabinet, Monin’s Grenadine syrup barely needs an introduction. It’s brilliant red hues and subtly acidic flavour offers up both notes of warm vanilla and tart red berries in a way which can’t be replicated by any other product. Of course known for the Tequila Sunrise, Grenadine syrup is the perfect partner to your tequilas but also white rum, vodka and even the occasional gin.
Ricard Pastis is a uniquely produced aperitif which brings together three separate ingredients blended perfectly together with neutral alcohol and caramel to create a rich, intense flavour. Liquorice root, green anise and fennel are the three ingredients which deliver the traditional and complex flavours of Ricard. There’s a grassy edge to this pastis which helps it stand out from the crowd and it also has a minty citrus freshness which balances against the warm, liquorice tones.
The South American passion fruit delivers a flavour which is not only exotic but extremely moreish and tantalisingly tempting. When combined in Briottet’s recipe to create their exceptional Passion Fruit liqueur, the fruit’s finest notes are drawn out, delivering a beautiful flavour. This passion fruit liqueur is ideal for creating exotic cocktails, especially with orange or apple juice as a base. You could even pop it into a Bucks Fizz for something extra special.
The flavour of the tiny blackcurrant has become one of the most famous of all when it comes to liqueurs and this Monin Cassis offering is no different. Deep red hues contain the sweetness of the blackcurrants, with hints of both the plump fresh fruit and the blackcurrant’s bud. Fruity and fresh, this liqueur is also thick and creamy and strikes a balance between freshness and velvety smoothness.
No.3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant.
The name No.3 refers to the address in St James’s Street, London: our home since 1698. No.3 was created to be the last word in gin for a Dry Martini.
With juniper at its heart, it unashamedly celebrates the integrity and character of a classic London Dry Gin: six perfectly balanced botanicals distilled in traditional copper pot stills.
Salto are a relatively young company based in Brazil with fresh new ideas on their countries national drink, this version is blended with Gurana berries from the rainforests of Brazil.Serve with ice & maybe some ginger beer.
A gin with a sense of place, being made with Isle of Wight rock samphire and Boadicea hops alongside juniper, coriander seeds, fresh lemon zest, grains of paradise, angelica, liquorice, orris and elderflower.