Sharp black pepper and smoke notes on the entry followed by a breif show of grain and slightly hot spice. Finish is long , medium bodied and full of sharp cracked black pepper. A match made in heaven for Bloody Marys. Must be kept in the freezer as a room tempertaure serve can be a bit overwhelming.
250,000 Scovilles , That's damn hot.... Do not drink as a shot , better still do not drink at all . You have been warned. Have four pints of ice cold milk at the ready and a place to lay down and die. If you have been handling this stuff, do not rub your eyes or go for a wee , buyer beware .
How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.
Classic Russian style of vodka. Lemon follows peppr, followers faint grain notes. The finish is medium bodied and has white pepper and lemon rind tang. Great stuff that never lets you down. Serve from freezer for best results.
Excellent and original grass and herb driven vodka. Opens up with freshly mowed grass and green apple notes. These move through into deep yet balanced and complexed herbal notes followed by waves of hay and green apple. The finish is grassy, clean and almost refreshing with a soft lime and herb bite that fades into apples. Best served from the fridge and tastes fantastic with freshly pressed apple juice.
Bushmills, a word synonymous with Ireland and a drink that all fans of Irish whisky and whisky in general will know and love. A true classic that has stood the test of time Bushmills is your genuine Irish whisky, complete with floral, herbal nose, the tang of citrus and elderflower in it’s the taste and a long cardamom rich finish. A whisky which commands respect and should be enjoyed neat or with a little ice or water.
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.