Anis del Mono is a sweet and enticing aniseed liqueur which has a vibrant abundance of spice added into the mix. Pop it over ice or serve it neat and you can be sure you’ll enjoy it. You could even use it as a cocktail ingredient or enjoy it alongside coffee. Traditionally Anis del Mono is a digestif but once you’ve bought your bottle you can enjoy it whenever you like. An alternative to ouzo.
It is a liqueur made based on anise and presented in a bottle that contains a branch of anise inside. This liquor is very sweet and crystallized sugar appears in the branch anise giving you an aspect of a crystal tree.
Marie Brizard's Anisette Liqueur. The company was founded in 1755 and their anisette de Bordeaux is still made to an unchanged secret recipe today. Eleven plants and spices are used to combine with green anise from the Mediterranean.
When supply of its eye-catching bottles ran out, Stauning seized the opportunity to release a limited-edition design-it-yourself release of its core whiskies – complete with a gold pen and set of stickers to decorate it with. A rich Danish rye whiskey from Stauning, made with a combination of local rye and barley, and matured in virgin American oak barrels. Aromas of freshly-baked rye bread, wine gums and pepper fill the nose, complemented by notes of dried fruit, ripe cherries, vanilla and citrus throughout the palate.
An exciting and unusual gin from Islay whisky distillery Bruichladdich, The Botanist is made in a Lomond still christened Ugly Betty and contains no fewer than 31 botanicals, of which 22 are native to the Southern Hebridean island itself. The latter include the likes of mugwort, meadowsweet and the enigmatic Lady's Bedstraw flowers, and the resultant dry gin is described, perhaps unsurprisingly, as 'floral'.