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. Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters 1

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

  2. Regal Rogue Lively White Vermouth

    This is a lively combination of grapefruit, rosemary, sage, basil, thyme, lemongrass & vanilla. Learn More

  3. Pimms

    The original gin-based fruit cup, which was created in 1823 by James Pimm. Learn More

  4. Chartreuse Yellow

    A milder, sweeter, more approachable Chartreuse. Learn More

  5. Konishi Silver Ginjo Hiyashibori Sake, Konishi Shuzo

    Light-bodied with lower alcohol, low acidity and a delicate fragrance resulting in a very silky and elegant Ginjo. Fragrance is a breeze of fresh, refreshing, flowers with a subtle touch of gingerbread. Gripping, inviting and extremely easy to drink. Learn More

  6. Galliano

    A classic yellow Italian herb liqueur; mellow, rounded palate with a powerful, aromatic top note. Learn More

  7. Cazcabel Coffee Tequila

    Triple-distilled tequila in the heart of the Jalisco & blended with luxury South American coffee. Learn More

  8. 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

  9. Amaro Averna

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

  10. Fukukomachi Junmai Karakuchi Evening Sky Sake, Kimura Shuzo

    Light and subtle aromas of strawberry and creamy rice with a mineral, crisp and dry structure and mild body. Acidity seems pronounced due to the dryness but, when warmed, acidity mellows and notes of fresh grass, vanilla and oats develop. Simple and easy-to-drink. Learn More

  11. Tosolini Amaretto Saliza

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

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  12. Grappa Il Prosecco NV Nonino 70cl

    Soft and floral with notes of almond and green apple which soften to a light aroma of vanilla and chocolate. Learn More

  13. Antica Formula Carpano Litre 100cl

    Deep red brown with excellent clarity. Powerful nose of herbs, red fruits and woody notes. Rich complex palate, rounded, with a lingering bitter finish - easily surpasses most red vermouths for flavour and authencity. Learn More

  14. Ramazotti Black Sambuca

    Sambuca Ramazotti is sold in 20 countries & is the biggest selling Sambuca in Canada. Learn More

  15. Tarquins Cornish Pastis

    This traditional French spirit is made with star anise & liquorice, alongside other exotic herbs. Learn More

  16. Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur

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

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