A small batch and highly mixable spirit from Germany, made from distilled Riesling . Perfect for those who don't like juniper, this is macerated with 12 handpicked botanicals, including Madagascan voatsiperifery pepper, (Get a ventriloqust to say that whilst drinking A St. Miguel) . Liquorice, star anise, mace and cocoa shell. The spirit has almost Christmassy notes of dried fruit, orange peel and spice - try it in long drinks or add some to mulled wine. No Custard.....
Taste the sweeter side of life in the nectar of the Appalachian Gods that is captured in Ole Smoky® Blackberry Moonshine. Mix it with some lemonade, throw it in a copper cup and enjoy a long afternoon of Corn Hole with friends. There’s no need to muddle tiny pieces of fruit when our blackberries create a smooth yet spirited flavour with a kick that’ll keep things interesting.
Sugar Shine is a delicious old fashioned moonshine, but the Sugar Shine Pumpkin Pie is truly tasty! Made from equal parts corn and cane sugar, this wonderful moonshine has been infused with a true American classic; The good old Pumpkin pie.
For Danes this drink needs no introduction, it’s one of their most famous and most loved. Gammel Dansk. Everything from its name to its production has a Dutch feel and it has an aromatised flavour which unique and stands out from other bitters on the market with deep nutmeg, ginger and laurel notes coming through from the first taste. The exact recipe is a secret but it offers an aperitif which balances sharpness with a biting bitterness and sweet undertones.
The outstanding example of arak, Lebanon’s national drink, is made with the finest grape alcohol, to which aniseed from the Al Heenah area of Mount Hermon (considered the finest aniseed in the world) is added. The spirit is distilled to release the purest arak, which is then aged for two years in clay jars.
Even the shape of the bottle harks back to Ancient Greece, Tsantali Ouzo is a traditional flavour made in traditional ways using copper pot stills. As you’d expect with a good ouzo Tsantali is crystal clear and louches milky white when water is added. On tasting you’ll enjoy a surprising sweetness which pairs with the strong liquorice notes you’d expect and hints of minty freshness too. The liquorice finish on this ouzo is sweeter than average making it a popular choice.
Turkey’s national drink, Raki is a sweet, clear brandy which teases the tongue and brings together spicy, hot and sweet notes in perfect harmony. Deep anise flavour is what you’ll take away from each sip of Yeni Raki but the flavour is much more complex than that with minty undertones and sugar beet sweetness. First produced in 1944 Yeni Raki is one of Turkey’s most famous Raki products and is one which can be enjoyed as an unforgettable aperitif.