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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.
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
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. 42% abv. 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
Molinari Caffe is an Italian coffee-flavoured sambuca-based liqueur which is made with Arabica beans. 32% abv. Read More
The Jim Beam White Label has been made from the same recipe since 1795 and is aged in oak barrels for 4 years. The end product is a smooth, mellow Bourdon with light notes of spice. Region: Kentucky, USAAlcohol: 40% Read More