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Patron Silver tequila is the perfect ultra-premium white spirit.
It is made from the best 100% Weber Blue Agave and hand made in only small batches to be smooth, soft and easily mixable.
The colour is crystal clear with an aroma of light fresh agave, citrus and fruit with a very faint oak wood.
On the palate it is extremely smooth, sweet with light notes of citrus and fruit.
The finish is long lasting and gently rests on the tongue with a hint of back pepper on the neck.
JOHNNIE WALKER GREEN LABEL is a rich blend using only malts, drawn from the four corners of Scotland – the naturally vibrant flavours provide unparalleled depth, substance and intensity. Each of the malts is specially selected by the Master Blender to create the perfect balance in the whisky. Arguably the richest horse in the Johnnie Walker stable, this blended/vatted malt whisky travels the regions of Scottish whisky production and conveys the whirlwind of flavours to your mouth. Hearty.
Premium Portuguese Lager Beer. Appearance: Clear gold Aroma: Sweet cereal aromas, candy sweetness, touch of corn and light floral hops. Taste: Sweet cereal flavours, lots of corn, light floridness with a touch of bitterness.
Glen Moray Classic Single Malt Whisky
'Shortbread, butterscotch and lemongrass'
At full strength, the aroma is fragrant and lightly drying with warming malty notes. The first impression is of butterscotch and shortbread with fresh herbal/grassy notes. Lemon curd and meringue are discovered in the background.
With water, malt and spices combine to reveal oatmeal with a hint of freshly ground black pepper. Lemongrass, tea-tree oil and heather aromatics give the whisky a fragrance throughout.
The mouthfeel is lightly spiced with a warming and gently mouth watering effect. Malty toffee sweetness is present throughout with blackcurrants and a fragrant citrus lemongrass tang.
Shortbread, fresh herbal notes (lemongrass) and the sweet spiciness of ginger marmalade.
Cristal is a remarkably balanced and refined champagne whose length is inimitable. It has a silky texture and fruity aromas, complemented by a powerful mineral quality with white fruit and citrus notes. Cristal is a wine that keeps well. It can be conserved for over twenty years without losing its freshness and character. Available in 750 ml.
Please note....... Stock can be without box
The Laurent Perrier Rose champagne is famous for its highly expressive bouquet, which stems from the very careful preservation of the grape's natural fresh red fruit aromas. It is one of the few rosé champagnes to be made using the maceration (skin contact) technique, which gives it the extraordinary depth and freshness. Revered by wine-lovers for its flavours and by aesthetes for the beauty of its 17th century-style bottle, the Cuvée Rosé Brut is one of the stars in the Laurent-Perrier champagne range.
The shape of the badge on the Laurent Perrier rose bottle, dates back from Henry V and is one of the rare Pink Champagnes obtained by maceration, which gives its remarkable flavour.
10 different crus originate from the most beautiful areas of Champagne; Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Tours sor Marne.
Maturation takes a minimum of four years and disgogement is carried out manually.
100% Pinot Noir, a salmony colour, frank and fresh on the nose with a large array of small red berries.
The fruit is dominant in the mouth with first impressions being very acidulous and frank and should be served at between 8-10 degrees and can accompany poultry, young cheeses and fruit desserts.
Agave, cocoa, honey, a little dried herbal note and cold espresso.
Sweet black coffee, cedar, big tequila notes, peppery and spiced.
All about coffee and dark chocolate
Patrón CafePatrón XO Café is a very tasty Mexican coffee liqueur from Jalisco. It is made with tequila and natural coffee essences. Best of all, it's not overtly sweet and is a more complex, flavoursome liqueur because of it.
Patron XO Café, is an exquisite blend of premium Patron Silver tequila and pure natural essence of the finest coffee, created in the hills of Jalisco, Mexico (an area renowned for its abilities to produce the finest tequila in the world). Patron XO Café has unique flavours of rich, dark freshly-roasted coffee with hints of vanilla, coffee and light tequila making it a more intense coffee tequila rather than standard sweet coffee liqueurs. The colour is a dark rich brown with an aroma of fresh coffee with notes of chocolate and vanilla. Patron XO Café is extremely versatile, excellent for sipping and the low sugars make it brilliant as a premium cocktail ingredient, or as a unique and delicious dessert topping.
A very good tequila based coffee liqueur from Patrón. This is made and blended entirely within Jalisco, Mexico, the finest tequila region in the country (and, by proxy, the world). This is made with natural coffee essence, and is more like a coffee flavoured tequila, than a liqueur, because it is not overtly sweet. The result is a far better product because of it, and the smaller amount of sugar results in a liqueur that can be used in cooking, and cocktails.
The nose is quite light and smooth with plenty of sweetness. There are hints of dry spice and oily nuts, a touch of smoke. The palate is quite smooth and soft with notes of banana milkshake, a mixed nut note, a touch of caramel with crème anglaise. The finish is quite sweet with a little cereal sweetness and toasty oak.
Filtered through maple charcoal in large wooden vats prior to aging. OK, that's the technical stuff to one side, tastes great with cola and ice. Rock n Roll!
Of all the US whiskey brands, Jack Daniel’s has attained a decidedly cult-like status, there is a massive market for brand memorabilia and the Old Time No.7 Brand is a regular on the back bar of almost every bar in the world. The exact date of Jasper Newton ‘Jack’ Daniel’s birth is unknown for his birth records were destroyed in a courthouse fire. Varying sources suggest 1846 and the brand themselves maintain it was in September of 1850. There is similar doubt as to the founding of the distillery though it was certainly at some stage between 1860 and 1880, it was located in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Jack had Welsh and Scottish blood and was one of thirteen children. He employed the services of his nephew, the Steinbeckian sounding Lem Motlow. Lem was adept at mathematics and ran the company bookkeeping.
Aged four to six years, the distinctive pungent nose and powerful flavour of Jack Daniel's have made it a favourite around the world; and although some find it too assertive, there can be no denying its quality. Mr.Daniel's promise that 'Every day we make it, we'll make it the best we can' is perpetuated to this day with an almost religious devotion.
A large bottle of Jack Daniel's Old Time Number 7 Brand. This undergoes a filtration through sugar maple charcoal (known as the Lincoln County Process). It is this key process which separates Tennessee whiskey from bourbon and other American whiskey.
Jack Daniels old No.7 is the rock in the Jack Daniels range and one of the most popular whiskies in the world. It uses pure cave spring water and a unique sugar maple charcoal mellowing process perfected in 1866.
Our Master Whisky Blender, Andrew MacKay, hand selected the whiskies with the body and taste that were necessary for achieving the exceptional depth of Crown Royal Reserve. The Canadian Crown Royal is made with over 50 different whiskies since 193,a full-bodied whisky with hints of oak and vanilla.
The nose is of medium-body with notes of barley sugar and aniseed, notes of cut grass and fennel, a hint of straw and a vegetal freshness. The palate is quite sweet and gentle. There are notes of winter spice and dark sugars, a touch of rum. The finish is of medium-sweetness and of medium-length.
A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.
The renowned Canadian whisky, married in white oak barrels. Canadian Club was founded by whisky mogul Hiram Walker. Blended before ageing for six years in white oak barrels. Rich and dramatic with flavours of corn, rye and barley malt, then dry with a gently bitter finish. A very popular Canadian Whisky.
Canadian whiskies are often referred to as Rye Whiskies, though rye need not be used. The majority of Canadian whiskies are blended and distilled from a selection of grains, which usually include a good proportion of rye alongside barley and corn. This style is greatly similar to Scotch blended whisky, save for the oft used rye. The spirit must be aged for at least three years. Canada also produces its own Single Malts which can be wonderfully distinctive. One of Canada’s whisky pioneers was Hiram Walker, who established his distillery in Detroit in 1858, later moving it to Ontario where he founded Walkerville, his own town. Hiram Walker created the brand Canadian Club, which has become globally popular. Such was Walker’s success that he established two whisky distilleries in Scotland.
MD 20/20, also knows as Mad Dog 20/20 or just Mad Dog, is a cheap fortified wine that comes in several delicious flavors.
Who ever thought up 20/20 was clearly aiming for the under 12s alcoholic market. Its price for a start is clearly set to be within pocket money parameters and coupled with the fact it looks like a kids colour dream its principal purpose must be to intoxicate toddlers . Its a very long time since I have sunk so low as to buy this sort of trampagne, but once upon a time it wasn't unusual for me to sup the occasional bargain bucket brain smoosher such as this. If you order a case of this crap on line these days you can actually pay little at roughly 18% this means that your average rough sleeper trying to fight of the freezing cold, can get to blotto level without having to drink 3 litres of white cider. This convenient fact means that the constant trips to the wee wee pot are cut in half reducing your exposure to the freezing weather.
The taste of "Mad Dog" 20/20 is not as unpleasant as you imagine and tastes like the last house gin and orange from the bottle or a weak orange squash spiked with meths. The strange sight recently of attractive young women gently sucking 20/20 from a little mini bottle and a straw in pubs and clubs, makes me question the very nature of the Universe itself, what possesses these otherwise sane individuals to decline the offer of a frothing pint of lager in favour of a drink that may be causing spleen bleeding?
There are many flavours of 20/20 of course and the blue one that may be the contents of a marine glow stick seems very popular down as my local offie, especially with the parade of mid-teens who hang around furtively waiting for the blind lady to come on duty, so they can purchase this grot by putting on a deep and impressive voice. So in conclusion, unless you are homeless or juvenile this drink will loose any appeal the moment you open the bottle. It may however be good for killing roaches.
Nose: At full strength, heady, nose prickle, pear drops and tightly integrated heather, resin and sweet honey-nut notes. Enticing. Intriguing. With a little water, still harmonious but less pronounced, allowing some malt-cereal, soft, spicy wood, moorland and faint traces of wood-smoke to appear.
Body: Soft, pleasing, medium.
Palate: Palate Well balanced, smooth mouthfeel; short punch, sweet and fresh, then a pronounced drying effect. Enjoyable at any time, with little or no water.
Finish: Quite short. Some lingering sweet smoke in the attractive, drying aftertaste.
Appearance: Golden honey.
In 1811 John and Helen Cumming sited their first still at Cardow Farm on Mannoch Hill, high above the River Spey. At this location, spring water, naturally softened by rising up through a layer of peat, bubbled from the ground. It is alleged that Helen Cumming distilled the first gallon of Cardhu, the only malt whisky to be pioneered by a woman. For many years Helen Cumming produced only the smallest quantity of malt whisky in Cardhu's little still as quality was her chief concern and she continued to contribute to its success well into her 90s.
Elizabeth Cumming, Helen's daughter-in-law, took over the managment of the distillery in 1872 when her husband died and ran it with energy and foresight. Under Elizabeth's direction, a new piece of land was acquired on which the distillery was rebuilt in 1885. Sales of Cardhu tripled in the space of a few years and by the end of the 19th century, Cardhu had attained a reputation as one of Scotland's top malt whisky distilleries.
Cardhu has made a unique contribuiton to the success of Johnnie Walker Blends. In 1893 when the Walker family wanted to guarantee the quality of their Blends, at a time of rapid growth, they negotiated the purchase of Cardhu Distillery from Elizabeth Cumming to secure supplies for blending. Elizabeth's son, John Fleetwood Cumming, was appointed to the Johnnie Walker Board. His skill as a Distiller complemented the talents of the Walker brothers, George and Alexander II, who brought both the artistry of blending and entrepreneurial drive to the Board. Together they made a team that ensured the growth in international popularity of the Johnnie Walker Blends.
Cardhu is the luxury single malt whisky from Speyside. It is produced in limited quantities by a deliberately slow distillation process, and matured for 12 years in specially selected oak casks. It may take longer than many malts to reach fruition, but it is time well spent, as can be judged by Cardhu's exceptionally smooth and mellow character.
The malt itself – which is presented in an elegant decanter with a beechwood stopper - is pretty typical of a Speyside malt. It is highly approachable – smooth, sweet, mellow and uncomplicated and often described as silky. It has good body and length. Interestingly, the distillery is the only place in the UK where you can buy Cardhusingle malt which naturally, adds to its very special nature. It’s a taste that is obviously popular as it is known and loved all over the world. Such is the popularity of Cardhu Single Malt in Spain that worldwide demand has outstripped the capacity of this small distillery, with the result that its malt is sadly no longer available in many countries. Cardhu is owned by Diageo.
Glenfiddich Wedgewood Jasper Decanter 21 Year old
A 21 year old Speyside malt that was distilled at Glenfiddich in the mid 1960's.
This highly collectable Jasper decanter was commissioned from Josiah Wedgwood & Sons by William Grant & Sons to celebrate their centenary in 1987 and comes complete with original presentation case.
The original expression of our elegant, floral spirit and the real backbone of the Glenmorangie range. A ten-year-old single malt, Glenmorangie Original is produced by marrying the delicate spirit that emerges from Scotland's tallest stills, with first and second fill American white oak casks.
It is here, maturing for ten long years in a range of ex-bourbon casks such as our famous slow-grown and air-dried 'designer casks' from Missouri, that our raw spirit develops a perfect balance between sweetness and complexity. Resulting in a mature spirit that is soft, mellow and creamy. Perfect for enjoying at any time.
The scent of citrus and ripening peaches is softened by the aroma of vanilla.
First, vanilla is detected on the tongue before it ripples along the palate bringing a burst of flowery fruitiness.
About a minute after tasting, you are left with a clean and salving aftertaste with hints of orange and peach.
Pale lemony gold
San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2010
Category - Single Malt
Gold Best In Class
Category - Single Malt Highland
Gold Best In Class
Category - Single Malt Highland
Category - Scotch Single Malts
Character: The smooth and welcoming one
Colour: Bright and lively gold
Nose: Fruity, summer-like fragrances
Palate: Well-balanced and fruity with strong pineapple notes
Finish: Creamy and smooth with marzipan and fresh hazelnuts
The delicate and complex character of the 12 Year Old derives from the height and width of stills at The Glenlivet Distillery.
This expression is matured in a mixture of cask types, including American and European Oak.
Maturation in American oak imparts vanilla notes and gives the whisky its distinct smoothness.
The mineral rich water from Josie's Well ensures the best possible results during mashing and fermenting to form the flavours that define this expression.
This is delicious blended Irish whisky that has been aged in ex bourbon barrels, giving it smooth notes of vanilla, honey and toasted oak. Made at one of Ireland’s oldest distilleries, this whisky has a traditional Irish character.