Another terrific rye whiskey from James E. Pepper's range, this time bottled at 92 proof (which is 46% ABV for those of us here on this side of the ocean). Makes an excellent Old Fashioned cocktail, but it's more than suitable for enjoying neat.
Occasionally, barrels destined for 1792 bourbon are found to be good enough to be bottled on their own. This single-barrel release is rich and sweet with notes of butterscotch, caramel, toffee and mixed fruit.
The world's southern most vodka - made 42 degrees below the equator near a location that holds both the benchmark for air and water purity. This extraordinary vodka is made from wheat from the purist wheat fields in the world, and water from a volcanic spring, that achieves the highest purity rating possible.
Golden hues welcome you to the vibrant, warm flavours of Aalborg Jubilaeum Aquavit. A few simple aromas work together to create a stunningly effective and endlessly drinkable creation. Herby dill works in partnership with coriander to add a depth of flavour to the fruity overtones of the aquavit. Citrus notes are particularly strong and combined with exotic star anise to create the rich, botanicals flavour that is wonderfully enjoyable. Wonderful when served with fish or chicken.
This classic 12 year old Aberfeldy is a traditional single malt Scotch, distilled up in the Highlands. Rich and malty in character, aromas of cooked cherries, sherry and a light hint of smoke come through first. The flavour is wonderfully sweet with a clean mouth feel and malty notes coming through consistently. Gentle peaty depth reminds you of the quality of this malt and peters off to a gentle finish.
Almost half a pound of the finest Sloes are used to produce every bottle of this cold-compounded Sloe Gin, along with a merry band of botanicals, including juniper berries, cassia, coriander, cloves, and orange peel, which are all added to high quality copper-pot-still spirit. The result? A Sloe Gin that has tonnes and tonnes (and tonnes) of character. Serve with tonic water, or perhaps try replacing the Maraschino in your Martinez with a generous splash of Sloe Gin.
A sure-fire hit from Ableforth's, Rumbullion! is a cockle-warming spiced concoction, based on the kind of rich, full-bodied rums the seafaring fraternity would have enjoyed centuries ago.
At the core of this fabulous winter warmer lies a blend of the very finest high proof Caribbean rum, to which was added creamy Madagascan vanilla and a generous helping of zesty orange peel. A secret recipe was followed, finished with a handful of cassia and cloves and just a hint of cardamom.
Rumbullion! proudly flaunts its maritime inspiration with a label that bears a hand-drawn illustration of a Navy grog tub, emblazoned with the words: “The Queen, God Bless Her”, and just like all of the fine spirits in the Ableforth's arsenal, each bottle is wrapped in crinkled brown paper, wound with twine and sealed with black wax.
Enjoy it neat, or with ice and squeeze of fresh lime.
Burnt pomegranite and blueberry pie notes at the beginning followed by cutting acai and lime zest flavours. Crisp apple and lemon zest then move on to a soft squishy beryy finish with both floral and sweet pomegranite notes on the eventual kick. Impressive flavour combo here that opens up lots of possibilities for cocktails. best served from freezer.
Easy drinking lemon vodka. Big glassy notes of sharp lemon and lime followed by crushed lemon barley sweets and a soft lemon curd finish with a tangy citrus finish. Made for the Cosmoplitan. Great stuff.
Ribena on crack! This one really hits out with a twisted blackcurrant bitter tang at first taste. This moves into a sharp spiked ribena taste before easing of and showing lemon and soft fruit notes. The finish is tangy and sharp. This is the perfect sort of vodka for mixing fruity cocktails. Serve from the freezer.
Absolut Lime is the second release of a citrus flavoured vodka from the Swedish brand after the popular Citron. Slightly sweet and fruit y, this will make a refreshing V&T. Made with fresh natural limes.
Soft yet punchy orange and mandarin notes sing out first followed by singed lemon and orange zest. The finish here is sweet, sharp and bursting with orange citrus goodness. Yum when served from freezer.
Tannic mango and apple notes at the kick off. Lemon and overipe mango follows this with undercurrents of soft tropical fruits. There is sharpness midway that throws you a bit until the sweet lemon and mango finish with a sharp passion fruit flavour ties it all in at the end. Great with Um Bongo! Seriously! Try it. SErve from freezer.
An excellent pear vodka that opens up with lemon zest and autumnal fruits. The pear takes over soon after and follows all the way through to the bitter sweet finale. A great vodka that opens up myriad cocktail flavour oppurtunities. Serve frozen and over ice to get the best out of it.
Absolut Grapefruit, sibling to our other citrus flavors Absolut Citron and Absolut Lime, is one of our talented newcomers. With its well-balanced sweetness and fruity taste, we just know this will become one of your new Absolut favorites if you haven’t had the chance to try it yet. In our opinion.
Overripe raspberry and sharp strawberry notes at the beginning followed by a sharp tartness that brings on the waves of raspberry and lemon rind. The finish is tart and full off citrus peel and raspberry sherbert with an acidic kick. Made to be mixed. Shoukld be served fro the freezer.
Lemon and vanilla cake notes on entry followed by a tannic vaniilla wave that moves through into a spicy custard and bsicuit notes. Citrus rind and crème anglais finish with a sweey yet firm kick at the end. Best served from the freezer. Fantastic with apple juice and freshly pressed lemonade.
A 12 year old dark rum from Ron Abuelo of Panama. They age their rum in whiskey barrels, which adds a distinct vanilla sweetness. This 12 year old was launched in 2009, and is elegant, slightly smoky and rich. It was awarded a Gold at the 2009 Ministry of Rum Tasting Competition.
A rare rum blend made in Panama, Ron Abuelo Centuria is aged in Jack Daniel's whiskey barrels in the solera method. Some of the rums are as old as 30 years, and the flavour is astonishingly rich and punchy.
A richly smoky release from Ron Abuelo over in Panama, as you may have guessed Two Oaks has been matured in two different types of oak cask. Aged for over a decade, initially the rum was rested in bourbon barrels before it was transferred to heavily-charred virgin American oak for a finishing period. Lots of creamy sweetness in there from the initial maturation alongside those char notes.as awarded a Gold at the 2009 Ministry of Rum Tasting Competition.
A multi-award-winning rum from St Lucia, Admiral Rodney is distilled from molasses in column stills, is aged an average of 12 years before bottling and has always been extremely popular with our customers. The name commemorates a famous 18th-century admiral who conquered the French in 1782.