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Crafted from a marriage of fruity Barbadian, full-bodied Guyanese and vibrant Jamaican rums, the Black Tot gets its name from the ration of rum issued daily to sailors of the Royal Navy. This is a rich and complex rum, offering flavours of golden syrup, exotic tropical fruits and a leathery hint. A note of coffee and chocolatey mocha comes through on the palate, with butter toffee and oaky spice. A lingering note of roasted bananas comes through on the finish, ending this rich, fruity and slightly funky rum. A fantastic sipping style or one to enjoy as the star ingredient in cocktails.
The distillery that produces Diplomatico Rum have created a new gin sourcing botanicals from the Amazon. Working in collaboration with local communities they have selected and handpicked ten exotic ingredients with eight traditional gin botanicals and one local fruit. The lush, damp greenery of the Amazonian rainforest is immediately apparent on the nose followed by intense fruity notes of passionfruit, grapefruit and hints of black pepper. The palate is complex and herbaceous and fresh with citrus. A refreshing and balanced gin with a feel good factor as 10% of profits go towards supporting NGOs and networks of volunteers striving to improve the quality of life for indigenous tribe in the Amazon.
Doorly's rum has been made on the island of Barbados since 1908 and was in fact the first rum to be exported from there. This new XO expressions sees a blend of some of their oldest rums and then given a secondary maturation in ex-Oloroso sherry casks. Notes of caramel, brown / Demerara sugar and banana and toffee apple are joined by a hint of sultana and spice from these sherry casks.
Highland Nectar is a brand new liqueur from the fine folk at Elixir Distillers, made from the marriage of Scotch whisky with infusions of bitter orange, star anise, nutmeg, vanilla, ginger and cinnamon. The character of the ex-sherry cask matured Highland whiskies used shines through, contrasting the syrup and all-natural spice flavours. A deliciously old-school and traditional style of whisky liqueur.
This brand-new set from the Isle of Harris Gin includes two hand-blown copa crystal glasses. The Harris Gin embodies the elemental nature of the island itself and promises a smooth and complex maritime drinking experience. The unique balance of local, hand-gathered Sugar kelp combined with eight carefully chosen botanicals speaks of our deep connection with the sea. This serve set makes for a beautiful gift for any gin lover.
No. 3 is a London Dry gin made especially for Berry Bros. & Rudd, Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchants, situated at 3, St. Jame's Street, London. The gin itself is produced by De Kuyper Royal distillers in Holland, it is heady with the aroma and taste of juniper, floral notes and plenty of citric zing and a gingery spice of coriander. One of the benchmark gins that offers the very classic London Dry style.
The King's Ginger - a liqueur specifically formulated by Berry Bros. & Rudd of London in 1903 for King Edward VII. Created by the careful maceration of ginger root, this liqueur is enlivened by the judicious addition of citrus in the form of lemon oil for an unexpectedly fresh lift, with the ginger's spicy warmth lingering in your mouth.
The Reverend Elijah Craig etched his name into the history books of American whiskey as a pioneer of cask maturation - he was among the first to age his white dog spirit in charred oak barrels, a process now at the heart of bourbon making. The aroma is complex and sweet, with sour citrus fruit, vanilla bean and plenty of caramel, moving to a rich and spiced palate that lingers on toasty wood notes. One of Kentucky's benchmark bourbons.
This high quality spiced rum is thought to be one of the best on the market. Delicious on its own but the cocktail possibilities are endless. Notes of Cola Cube lollies, sweet spices, gingerbread, Christmas cake and marmalade.