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The rich amber hue of PIMM'S No. 1 comes from infusing lots of lovely gin with herbal botanicals, caramelised orange and delicate spices. We could go on about the layers of flavours and that, but it’s probably better if you start drinking it.
The classic English summer drink, Pimm's No.1 is an institution in the UK, where it is enjoyed with lemonade, mint and various fresh fruits. The quintessential ingredient for a successful garden party, Pimm's No.1 is gin-based and by far the most popular of the original six 'Cups'. In 1840 the owner of a London oyster bar, James Pimm, first invented and sold his thirst-quenching cocktail, (the original Gin-Sling). Using gin, quinine, and a secret mixture of herbs and botanicals, Pimm initially served up the brew as an aid to digestion, dishing it out in a small sized tankard called the ‘No1 cup’, hence the name, "Pimm’s No. 1 Cup”, was born. Today in the UK a Pimm’s Cocktail is a very popular drink in the Summer time.
Amber yellow colour; citrus and herbal aroma; smooth, gin based with soft bitter herb flavour and citrus finish
With its intriguing blend of smooth coffee and vanilla tones, Tia Maria’s secret Jamaican recipe reveals a timeless allure. Dark brown in colour. Its nose comprises light, mild roasted coffee flavour & it has a sweet, honey like aroma, balanced with a light vanilla background & rich caramel notes. The taste is driven by a rich roasted coffee flavour with a hint of vanilla & chocolate notes. It has a smooth lush sweetness, finished with a warm alcoholic mouth feel. Read More
A nostalgic liqueur that'll take you back to your childhood with its sweet raspberry. It's so much more than raspberry and vodka with a creamy mouth-feel, a touch of vanilla and a hint of fire on the finish. Alcohol: 20% Awards: Silver IWSC 2016 Gold China Wine & Spirits Awards 2016 Read More
The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 year old single malt whisky gains its distinctive character from being matured in two wood types. To make The Balvenie DoubleWood, David Stewart MBE takes whisky that has spent at least 12 years in traditional whisky casks, American Oak ex-bourbon barrels and hogsheads, and moves it to Spanish oak ex-Oloroso sherry casks for an additional nine months. The whisky is then transferred to large oak vessels called “tuns” for 3-4 months to allow the whiskies to “marry”. Each stage lends different qualities to the resulting single malt whisky. The traditional casks soften and add delicate character,... Read More
A collectible miniature version of Outerspace Vodka, that comes in a super cool, bright green glass, 50ML Alien head bottle. Filtered through meteorites more than 4 billion years old to create a vodka that's out of this world. Best enjoyed by earthlings when released from a cryogenic freezer. Read More