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Clear, virtually opaque, very dark brown. Heavily roasted coffee, freshly ground coffee beans and cacao, with walnut, light smoke, biscuit and barbecue charcoal. Bittersweet full roast espresso coffee, hickory and bitter chocolate. Hickory and faintly nutty finish with lingering milk chocolate.
Caffè Borghetti is much more of a liqueur. It is a pleasure sweet, soft, aromatic, which arises from a seductive embrace of alcohol and coffee. The real espresso coffee, made from the finest selection of Arabica and Robusta coffee in huge skilfully blended. Caffè Borghetti is pure tradition it was founded by the same processes of the original recipe of 1860. A method that offers, always refined and authentic flavours.
Fratelli Branca Distillerie is a well-established Italian company operating in the spirits sector. The company, founded over 165 years ago in Milan, has always been controlled and headed by the Branca family, now at the fifth generation. This entrepreneurial story began in 1845, when Bernardino Branca invented the bitter liqueur that would have become popular all over the world.
An exemplary traditional cassis from the Carthusian monks, more famous for their phenomenally green herbal liqueur. The blackberries used to make this come from the area around the charterhouse in Voiron. **Please note image is not miniature** Read More
The unique combination of flavours in Southern Comfort makes it a versatile mixer, as well as a great tasting spirit to savour on its own. At the core are whiskey, fruit and spice flavours. 30% Alc Read More
A beautiful, fabulously concentrated framboise from those clever Carthusian monks who make Chartreuse. Add to Champagne for a Raspberry Kir Royale. Read More
Angelo Molinari, an experienced distiller, had the idea of producing a liqueur similar to the anise-based spirits drunk since the 1800s. He created Molinari Sambuca in 1944 and it is still produced by his children and grandchildren at their purpose built distillery. Molinari are the only producers allowed to call their Sambuca "Extra", a term added to signify the products quality and a brand term recognised by the Italian courts. Read More