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Picture of Amaro Abruzzo, 70cl

Amaro Abruzzo, 70cl

Crafted with care by a small family-run producer, Amaro Abruzzo is a uniquely flavoured and rarely available digestif tonic. Locally sourced herbs, roots and spices from the Sambuceto area of Abruzzo are combined to create this pungent and bittersweet offering. Strong and bitter in flavour, Amaro Abruzzo can be enjoyed on its own, with ice or mixed with cola or other soft drinks. Usually served as a digestif after dining it can be enjoyed at your leisure.

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Amaro Averna, 70cl

A distinctive Italian liqueur made from soaking fruit rind, herbs and other ingredients in its base spirit before adding caramel for sweetness. Amaro Averna has a distinctive orange flavour and includes over 33 different herbs including cinnamon and gentian. It can be enjoyed on its own or with a range of mixers including cola and tonic water. The recipe and method of production hasn’t changed in 1868 so each measure of Amaro Averna has a piece of history within.
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Amaro Monte Negro, 70cl

A century old recipe guards the secrets of Amaro Montenegro and produces a tonic liqueur that has been enjoyed regularly throughout this time. Ingredients are individually selected for their quality and only the highest quality herbs made it into the final recipe. Distinctive and immediately recognisable, Amaro Montenegro beings with syrupy sweetness and then notes of mild bitters and botanical essences begin to take over, leading to a citrusy end note.
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Amaro Ramazzotti, 70cl

From doctors to drinks cabinets, Amaro Ramazzotti began life as an herbal tonic liqueur, crafted with care by an Italian herbal doctor. A complex mix of spices including gentian root, cinnamon and Sicilian orange peel arecombined to create the recognisable flavours of this century-old tonic. The orange peel provides the overwhelming flavour Amaro Ramazzotti is known for and it can be enjoyed as an aperitif as well as with mixers and in cocktails.

£22.50 £20.95
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Amer Picon , 70cl

Amer Picon is a sweet orange-based liqueur which is usually served as an aperitif or mixed with wine, which may sound a little strange but you’ve got to try it to find out. Amer Picon has bittersweet notes and includes quinine, genetian and cinchona in addition to the citrus flavours. Amer Picon is most regularly found in cocktails, including wheat beer cocktails and simply blended with mixers. The sweetness of the orange has a bitter edge provided by the botanicals. 

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Antica Formula Carpano, 1lt

The Godfather of red vermouths. Mouthful of spicy Christmas pudding followed by waves of plums, cherries, cloves, vanilla and finally cinnamon.

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Aperol, 70cl

Italian housewife business! Sweet Rhubarb and grapefruit jelly and marmalade on toast followed by slightly bitter berries. It begs for Prosecco.

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Byrrh, 75cl

The Aperitif that fuelled the French resistance.  It's a medium bodied red wine with roasted coffee, liquorice sticks and bitter berries followed by slow roasted peppers.

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Campari Bitters, 70cl

Italian Stallion Bitter! Big bitter mouthful of mandarin, maraschino cherries, manuka honey and herbs followed by clove, clementine and quinine finish. Legendary stuff.
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Carlo Alberto Dry, 70cl

The exquisite dryness of Carlo Alberto Extra Dry makes it the perfect vermouth for smooth and drinkable Martini cocktails. Produced using the Muscat wine of Asti, Carlo Alberto’s Extra Dry vermouth stands out from others in its class due to the light, soft tones it offers. The dry Muscat Asti is teamed with 21 different botanicals which offer a touch of spice, herby undertones and a delicious finish which makes you want to go back for more.

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Picture of Carpano Bianco Vermut, 70cl

Carpano Bianco Vermut, 70cl

Believed to be the first ever example of vermouth and credited with creating the word, Carpano is one of the world’s most recognisable and esteemed producers of this sweet, spicy drink. Carpano Biano Vermut offers a powerful hit of herbs and spices combined with a hint of vanilla and a rich, sweetness which creates an almost festive atmosphere. The richness is offset by the powerful spiciness, making this an enjoyable pre-dinner drink.

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Carpano Classico Rosso, 1lt

With the distinctive design and recognisable Italian flair of its marker, Carpano Classico Rosso is a rich and sweet vermouth which can be enjoyed in a wide number of ways. With all the characteristics of a quality red vermouth, Carpano Classico Rosso is fragrant, spicy and leaves you wanting at least one more sip. It’s a classic combo that works and the sweetness is well-balanced with that touch of spice.

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Cinzano Bianco , 75cl

Born to be mixed! Mouthful of sweet herbs and lemon water with a sweet bittered edge followed by clove and lemon zest finish.
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Cinzano Rosso 1757 , 1lt

Cinzano Vermouth Rosso 1757 is a splendidly aromatic vermouth from the long-running Italian brand, made with a carefully considered blend of herbs and spices. Gorgeously rich drinks await! The name '1757' refers to the year that the two Cinzano brothers, Giovanni and Carlo, opened up shop and began their legacy.
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Cocchi Americano Rosa , 75cl

Cocchi Americano Rosa is a blend of two aromatic grape varieties, Brachetto and Malvasia, herbs, fruits and spices. These include gentian, cinchona, ginger and rose petals. Enjoy with tonic or soda and grapefruit zest, or in sparkling wine.
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Cocchi Americano, 75cl

Not out of place in a James Bond movie, Cocchi Americano is an aperitif with style, substance and more than a little spice. The boldness of its orange flavour is matched note for note by the quinine bitterness that makes it a popular and distinctive aperitif. Cloves and cinnamon can be tasted through the orange and a strong woody end note leaves an enjoyable aftertaste, leaving a satisfying bitterness in the mouth. 
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Cocchi Vermouth di Torino , 75cl

Cocchi Vermouth di Torino is a classic Italian vermouth which is made to a 100 year old family recipe and delivers on every count from flavour to aroma to mixing quality. Warm notes of red fruit and orange come through and deliver a versatility which ensures this is a vermouth you can both enjoy and share. The palate is cherry rich with menthol coolness and is has a full-bodied character coming to a rounded finish which is refreshing and beautifully blended.
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Cynar Artichoke, 70cl

Artichoke liqueur, yes it exists and here it is, straight from Italy. Cynar Artichoke is an Amaro liqueur which is usually enjoyed as an aperitif. Low in alcohol content Cynar Artichoke can be enjoyed straight or in cocktails, blends or to spike beer. Its strong bitter flavour is artichoke based but is enriched by a mixture of 13 different herbs, plants and roots, bringing out heady botanical aromas and flavours.
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Dolin Chambery Rouge, 70cl

Rich and inviting from first opening Dolin Chambery Rouge teams fresh grassy notes with deeper spices. Offering a complex palate of both fresh citrus flavours and the tempering influence of cinnamon and Szechuan pepper. Sweetness is the overriding flavour of this drink but there is a subtle spiciness which adds more to the overall flavour. Whether mixed into a traditional cocktail or enjoyed on ice, Dolin Chambery Rouge exudes class and refinery.
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Dolin Chamberyzette, 70cl

Sweeter than a summer day, Chamberyzette takes all the finery of Dolin vermouth with the additional flavouring of wild strawberries. The combination is refreshing and an alternative to your average vermouth. Steeped in history the Dolin Company knows its stuff when it comes to vermouth and the creativity used to create this strawberry-fresh alternative is a modern twist whether drank on its own or mixed into cocktails. There aren’t many flavoured vermouths on the market and so this one is certainly worthy of a spot in your drinks cabinet.

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Picture of Dubonnet Vermouth, 75cl

Dubonnet Vermouth, 75cl

Mega-yum Aperitif. Sweet red wine infused with ripe Victoria plums, raspberry and strawberry jam tart followed by a sweet liquorice and clementine finish.

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Fernet Branca Menta, 75cl

Try this with one with Pepsi. Same  taste as Fernet Branca but with a much more intense peppermint feel that really settles the digestion. Fantastic stuff.
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Fernet Branca, 75cl

Try it with Coke! Big root and herb notes with squished bitter prunes wrapped in layers of tighy minty madness. This is followed by a stewed stone fruit and bitter mint finish.
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Kamm & Sons Ginseng, 70cl

Kamm & Sons offers the best of British in a highly aromatic and distinctive aperitif. Created by cocktail maestro and dedicated drinks Greek Alex Kammerling, Kamm & Sons Ginseng is brewed using the same methods as gin and includes a wide range of natural botanicals, 45 in fact, including four different types of ginseng root. Distinctly sharp and sweet, a relatively low ABV means you can enjoy Kamm & Sons neat over ice or in one of Kammerling’s signature cocktails.
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Lillet Rouge, 75cl

Lillets Beefy brother. Big notes of red summer berries and juicy Valencia oranges with lashes of spicy red wine. The finish is tannic yet sweet with squishy summer fruit notes.
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Martini Ambrato, 75cl

Martini Riserva Speciale Ambrato is a Vermouth di Torino that uses wines from Moscato d'Asti and three types of wormwood– Absinthium, Pontica and Vulgaris. It is named after the colour – ambrato is Italian for amber.
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Martini Bianco, 75cl

Begging for a good mix! Cinnamon and stewed apples with an undertone of American honey followed by sweet vanilla and red apple wrapped in soft peach skin and lemon flavours.
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Martini Extra Dry, 75cl

Responsible for the worlds biggest cocktail! Big apple and lemon coming through on entry followed by some drier orris root notes followed by a dry, zesty apple and squishy peach finish.
Picture of Martini Rosato, 75cl

Martini Rosato, 75cl

Summer in a Martini glass. Sweet summer berries with fresh lemon, orange and subtle clove moments that move into waves of strawberry jelly with an almost flowery finish.
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Martini Rosso, 75cl

Manhattan standard issue! Big bitter sweet stewed stone fruit notes with zesty orange and Manuka Honey flavours. This flows into a big bittersweet orange and squished hot plum and sloeberrry finish.

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Martini Rubino , 75cl

Rubino is one half of Martini's Riserva Speciale range, using concentrated botanical extracts which are rested in oak for more than two months. This Vermouth di Torino that uses wines from Piemonte, including Langhe Nebbiolo and three types of wormwood– Absinthium, Pontica and Vulgaris. It is named after the colour – rubino is Italian for ruby.
Picture of Noilly Prat, 75cl

Noilly Prat, 75cl

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.

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