Briottet`s Rose Liqueur brings out all the delicacy of the rose, since it is made by distilling rose petals. Extra-fine white sugar is added, and this liqueur -- which is both elegant and subtle -- is just about ready to be drunk.
Briottet Crème de Fraise strawberry liqueur is made with the finest quality strawberries available. Picked by the Romans for their therapeutic qualities, wild strawberries spread through Europe during the 17th century.
This all-natural Limoncello by Bepi Tosolini is made from lemons harvested from the Amalfi coast, considered to be the best area for the lemons. The colour in this Limoncello is a lovely yellow and has a very natural lemon flavour. It is nothing like some of the more, ahem, luminous Limoncellos you see around. Drink ice cold after a meal.
Opens with ripe vinefruit and concentrated blackcurrants, and evolves into a deeply satisfying full aroma with hints of green spice. Silky, voluptuous and very ripe initially, with a lingering viscosity and long concentrated flavour, perfect balance between the sweetness and acidity. Piquant.
Produced by macerating the finest and freshest fruit from France. Briottet Crème de Framboise uses a variety of raspberries that have been cultivated since the Middle Ages and are cousins to the wild raspberry . These berries are sweet but sharp, which is brought out by the maceration process.
From Vestal's 'Pomorze' appellation; made from early-maturing Ludmilla potatoes grown in sandy soils near Poland's Baltic Coast, you'll find this intensely aromatic, with hints of pear and capsicum on the nose, and a uniquely smoky, velvety smoothness.
Cocchi Americano is an aromatized wine created in 1891 by Giulio Cocchi and since produced to the original recipe. The name “Americano” is due to the alcohol made bitter (“amaricato”) by the addition of herbs and spices in particular gentian flowers and leaves, Artemisia, Cinchona, bitter orange peel, elderflower and others.
Cocchi Americano is an aromatized wine created in 1891 by Giulio Cocchi and since then produced according to the original recipe. The name “Americano” is due to the alcohol made bitter (“amaricato”) by the addition of herbs and spices and to the American habit of drinking vermouth with ice and soda.
Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit is made like a gin with botanicals, but is definitely not a gin. The predominant flavour is clove rather than juniper, and, most importantly, it has no alcohol.
The second bottling from Seedlip is a celebration of summer – a non-alcoholic spirit that bursts with clean, fresh herbal flavours. Great served long with bitter lemon or soda water over ice. Seedlip is made from six carefully selected botanicals and spices, sourced from around the world and distilled in copper pot stills.
Abelha Organic Silver Cachaça is a premium hand-crafted white cachaça which is `rested` (descansada). Resting the cachaça for a few months in open steel tanks allows some of the less desirable compounds to evaporate or oxidise into phenols, which give the cachaça its characteristic bouquet.
Mahogany, with copper-colored reflections. The nose is fine and intense, aromas of toasted almonds, cocoa, and gingerbread. Strong and structured attack, with aromas of figs, morello cherries, prunes and pepper. Soft notes of tobacco in finish. Ideal as an aperitive or with foie gras, blue cheese, chocolate desserts or a brioche.