Martini Rosso is claimed to be the world’s first vermouth. The distinctive colour is produced by the addition of caramel, which also tempers the bittersweet effect of the 50+ herbs and spices used in production.
A unique Irish spirit made from a mix of cream, sugar, cocoa and the finest Irish spirits. It delivers smooth and rich taste without being overly sweet, and the whisky provides a sharp contrast to the flavor of the cream.
Made of 70 proof rum and Arabica coffee from Veracruz, this is transparent brown in hue with a coffee aroma and flavor. There’s a boozy rum center and espresso-like finish that leaves you with coffee breath. While recommended for coffee-lovers (and coffee-cocktail lovers), there’s a creaminess to original Kahlua that’s missing in this variation. Its …
This liqueur is either considered a premium triple sec or a liqueur depending on who you ask. It sells for considerably more than your standard triple sec but is also almost twice as strong as most. Started by two brothers in 1875, Remy Cointreau now sells it in over 200 countries. Uses a blend of …
A Spanish liqueur made with citrus and vanilla. It is actually made with 43 different ingredients, which is where the name comes from, including Cuarenta Y Tres – which is 43 in Spanish. The history of the drink dates back to Roman times. It is said that after the Roman Empire conquered Quart Hadas in …
A hugely popular traditional digestif, Disaronno shows intense marzipan and Battenberg cake flavours on the palate – this is definitely for anyone with a sweet tooth.
A 19th century bitters created in Milan by Gaspare Campari. It is made by infusing bitter herbs, plants and fruit in alcohol and water. The result is a rich, complex bitters which works brilliantly in cocktails like Negroni and Americano or a Garibaldi (Campari and fresh orange juice).
Made with Jamaican rum and Jamaican coffee but produced in Italy, this liqueur resembles coffee in appearance, aroma and flavor, though it picks up notes of dark chocolate and a touch of almond. For post-prandial sipping or cocktail use.
One of the world’s most famous liqueurs, Southern Comfort is made with American grain spirit and peaches and tastes great with traditional lemonade, or with vodka, orange & grenadine: the ‘Alabama Slammer’.
Drambuie is a very famous whisky liqueur made with Scotch whisky, heather and herbs and spices. Produced in West Lothian, Scotland, Drambuie offers flavours such as anise, nutmeg and saffron.
The quintessentially English summertime drink. We love Pimm’s, and nothing better than a Number 1 cup on a hot summer’s day, made with cucumber, lemon, strawberries, mint and good quality lemonade. Pimm’s itself has a gin base, and offers subtle spices and citrus flavours. Delicious!
Extra-dry vermouth – An Essential Ingredient for the Manhattan Cocktail, and of course for the Martini.
Martini Bianco (White)
A medium dry vermouth from Martini. This is flavoured with white wine, Alpine herbs and vanilla and is slightly sweeter because of it. First released during the 1910s.