Liqueur & Other Spirits

Bar trends have been centred on the speakeasy revival for some time now, and with it has come an astonishing interest in the aromatic and bitter cocktails of the Prohibition era. Beginning with the Martinez some years back, the unearthing and reinterpreting of very grown-up drinks has gone from a canter to a gallop, and that, coupled with the voracious appetite of bartenders for the new, the niche and the unusual, has led to a new respect for amaros and vermouths. Not only are we seeing more bitter apéritifs being offered, but there is a thirst for long-dead labels to be revived and recipes recreated. There really is a technicolour world to be found in these ancient concoctions.

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  1. Aperol

    Aperol has a unique taste thanks to its closely-guarded secret recipe, which has never been changed. Learn More

  2. Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur

    87% pure cocoa, with dark chocolate, vanilla, caramel notes, tart cocoa & a long bittersweet finish. Learn More

  3. Gozenshu 9 Yuzushu Sake, Tsuji Honten

    Cloudy and yellow in colour with a vivid aroma of ripe yuzu fruit. Rich, sweet yet balanced by candied lemon flavours with a long, pronounced finish. Suitable as an aperitif, dessert sake or cocktail ingredient. Learn More

  4. Pisco El Gobernador 70cl

    A classic Chilean Pisco produced using aromatic Muscat grapes by the famous Miguel Torres. Learn More

  5. Fernet Branca

    This recipe has been a fiercely-guarded secret family recipe since 1845, and remains so to this day. Learn More

  6. Gozenshu Junmai Bodaimoto Nigori Misty Mountain Sake, Tsuji Honten

    A fresh fragrance and a vivid flavour with notes of zesty lemon, passion fruit & pepper with a slightly thick mouthfeel, and a long and peppery aftertaste. Learn More

  7. Chartreuse Green

    The original liqueur formulated by Brother Antoine from the ''elixir'' (Chartreuse Elixir Végétal). The strong and distinctive flavour, coupled with its 55% abv strength make this a challenging but rewarding liqueur. Learn More

  8. The Kings Ginger

    Deliciously warming on a cold day, this can be enjoyed all year round in cocktails & long drinks. Learn More

  9. Tosolini Amaretto Saliza

    This is really good! 500 almonds go into every bottle.

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  10. Miclo Kirsch D'Alsace

    A fine eau-de-vie with cherries from the world-famous producers, Miclo of Alsace. Learn More

  11. Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters 1

    Inspired by ancient Aztec recipes, this is a blend of dark chocolate, chilis & spices. Learn More

  12. FAIR. Cafe Liqueur Half Bottle

    Made using only organic Arabica coffee beans grown high up in Mexico's volcanic Huatusco mountains. Learn More

  13. Amaro Averna

    A delicious Italian liqueur, which is produced using the original antique recipe of 1868. Learn More

  14. Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto 70cl

    Notes of citrus, lightly bitter and floral spice. Intensely aromatic with a long a complex finish. Learn More

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