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  1. Copper Rivet Dockyard Gin 50ml 41.2% alc
    Copper Rivet Dockyard Gin 50ml 41.2% alc

    Distilled using locally grown barley and Kentish water, this is as fresh and bright as a sunny spring day in the countryside. Elegant and refined gin, with a lovely, half floral, half herbal lift. I tasted it before learning what botanicals had been used in its production, and suspect its fragrant quality comes from the local elderflowers. MAX ALLEN

    Ingredients: Italian Juniper berries, locally sourced elderflower, Bulgarian Coriander seeds, Spanish orange peel, Italian lemon peel, Guatemala green cardamom, grains of paradise from Africa, European Angelica root and Orris root, our own neutral grain spirit and Kentish chalk filtered water.

    Gin
    England
    425
  2. Dolin Vermouth Rouge 16%
    Dolin Vermouth Rouge 16%
    Dolin Vermouths are notably lighter, drier and less pungent than their larger commercial counterparts. The particular mixture of plants found near Chambéry give a fresh, restrained and elegant nose, with a subtle, complex bittersweet palate. Even the Blanc and Rouge retain great balance, with the sugar never cloying, and just enough bitterness to whet the appetite. Each can be enjoyed as aperitif on ice, with a twist of citrus, or in a broad array of traditional cocktails.
    France
    $25.00
  3. Dolin Vermouth Blanc 16%
    Dolin Vermouth Blanc 16%
      Dolin Vermouths are notably lighter, drier and less pungent than their larger commercial counterparts. The particular mixture of plants found near Chambéry give a fresh, restrained and elegant nose, with a subtle, complex bittersweet palate. Even the Blanc and Rouge retain great balance, with the sugar never cloying, and just enough bitterness to whet the appetite. Each can be enjoyed as aperitif on ice, with a twist of citrus, or in a broad array of traditional cocktails.
    Vermouth
    France
  4. Dolin Dry Vermouth 16% (700ml)
    Dolin Dry Vermouth 16% (700ml)
    Dolin Vermouths are notably lighter, drier and less pungent than their larger commercial counterparts. The particular mixture of plants found near Chambéry give a fresh, restrained and elegant nose, with a subtle, complex bittersweet palate. Even the Blanc and Rouge retain great balance, with the sugar never cloying, and just enough bitterness to whet the appetite. Each can be enjoyed as aperitif on ice, with a twist of citrus, or in a broad array of traditional cocktails.
    Vermouth
    France
    $27.00
  5. Animus Distillery Arboretum Gin 100ml
    Animus Distillery Arboretum Gin 100ml
    50% ABV. Arboretum takes savoury to a new level. This complex and herbaceous Gin does exactly what it says on the bottle, hitting the drinker with a wonderful array of sappy, resinous and spicy notes that derive from a range of distillery garden grown Australian ingredients, as well as some classic Gin botanicals. Fresh strawberry gum leaf is used for its delicate floral and menthol hints. There's native bush tomato with its distinctive tamarillo notes. Rosemary and bay leaf build on the herbaceous depth, while orange (both zest and flesh) is included to round out the palate. Underneath it all, notes of bold juniper, coriander seed and citrus remind you you're drinking a Gin after all, and an incredibly bold and precise one at that. There's enough silky texture and flavour going on here for you to sip this on its own; alternatively it's going to serve as a brilliant canvas for knowing bartenders.

    Botanicals: juniper, capsicum, cardamom, angelica root, bay leaf, bush tomato, clove, coriander seed, sarsaparilla, lemon thyme, mountain pepperberry, star anise, lemon, orange, strawberry gum leaf, rosemary, turmeric, lemon myrtle.
    Gin
    Australia
    500
  6. Turin Vermouth Drapo Vermouth Dry 18% alc
    Turin Vermouth Drapo Vermouth Dry 18% alc
    A dry vermouth of exceptional quality and refined organoleptic characteristics achieved through the harmonization of a selection of fine wines, fortified with alcohol, sweetened with sugar and reinvigorated with a select blend of herbs and spices. An intense, lingering taste with fresh, fruity characteristics. This dry vermouth is extremely complex yet pleasing and elegant with notes of Iris Florentina and bitter orange. An excellent base for creative cocktails. DRAPO
    Vermouth
    Italy
    457
  7. Causes and Cures Semi Dry White Vermouth (500ml)
    Causes and Cures Semi Dry White Vermouth (500ml)
    In the Old World, white vermouth generally comes from France and the sweeter red style from Italy. Both, however are traditionally made from white wine, with caramel adding colour to Italian Styles. The base wine in this vermouth from Giant Steps is biodynamic viognier.  Part of the base wine is distilled and infused with botanicals grown on Giant Steps' vineyards, such as wormwood, juniper, bay leaf, Seville orange, meyer lemon, native lime and cumquat. Complex orange and herb aromas star and finish on the palate , but the balance is the star here - it's not too bitter, not too sweet. Serve over ice or with Four Pillars gin - the distillers of the base wine - to make a 'Yarratini'.BEN THOMAS, Halliday Magazine
    Vermouth
    Australia
  8. Delord Bas Armagnac XO 10 yr 200mL
    Delord Bas Armagnac XO 10 yr 200mL

    Situated in Bas-Armagnac, vineyards are made up of Colombard, Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche grape varieties. The distillery is to be found in the village of Lannepax, the ancestral home of the Delord family. The distillation, the most essential and fascinating stage in the production of Armagnac, takes place at the beginning of November through to the end of December. Their old Sier Armagnac alambics, that they wouldn't part with for all the gold in the world, produce less than 30 litres of eau-de-vie an hour. Delord cellars contain old treasured vintages and include more than 700 oak barrels that protect and age the Armagnac eau-de-vie dating from the 20th Century to the present day.

    Delord thanks to their vision have stored such quantities of good Armagnacs for such a long time that they have the resource to be very competitive in price for the same quality. They also concentrate on Armagnac styles, very rounded, soft and easy to drink, that they are amongst the most successful producers.

    Caramel, candy, vanilla, nut and a whole selection of tasting goodies. A rustic opening which rounds out all the way with hints of rancio that travels from fruitiness to sweetness and vice versa. A spiral of dried fruit, citrus peel, vanilla, caramel, spiced oak, grape, nutty, rancio, prunes, cinnamon.

    NV
    Armagnac
    France
  9. Lillet Blanc (750ml)
    Lillet Blanc (750ml)
    Made since the 1800s, Lillet (pronounced lee-lay) from the French village of Podensac is a French aperitif traditionally served over ice with a slice of orange. Lillet Blanc is made from white wine and the drier Lillet Rouge is made from red wine, sourced from premier vineyards in Bordeaux. Lillet Blanc is the key ingredient in James Bond's 'the Vesper', the drink created in Ian Fleming's Casino Royale. PWS
    Aperitif
    France
    $43.00
  10. Dodds London Dry Gin 200ml
    Dodds London Dry Gin 200ml
    49.9% ABV. Inspired by and named after the visionary engineer Ralph Dodd, this small-batch, full-bodied Gin, was one of the trailblazers that initially fired London's contemporary craft Gin scene. First created in 2013, Dodd's is a unique marriage of two separate distillations; the bulk of the botanicals are distilled in a relatively small, 140-litre copper alembic still called 'Christina'. Then, the distillation of the more delicate botanicals (such as raspberry leaf) takes place in a small, bespoke 'Cold Vacuum' still, christened 'Little Albion'. The two spirits are blended for several weeks before bottling. The team's attention to detail extends to exquisite individually numbered, letterpress labels, which are printed on an old Heidelberg press and attached to each bottle by hand.

    Intensely juniper-driven with bright, fresh lime peel in place of the more traditional coriander seed, this makes for a Gin that is at once elegant, refreshing and yet mellow and textured. It's full-bodied yet somehow remains light on its feet--despite the higher ABV. Verdant lime and bay laurel greet the nose, while the pillowy mouthfeel and a subtle sweetness come from the addition of London honey collected from local beehives, imparting a creaminess that mellows the refreshing, earthy, menthol notes delivered by lingering hints of juniper, bay and angelica. The finish is wonderfully perfumed suggesting an array of elements like lime blossom and jasmine, cardamom and a tickle of nettle and red fruit from the fresh red raspberry leaf. Put simply, this is a complex, audacious Gin (which happens to be 96% organic) that holds its own against the very best. Whether served neat, in a Dodd's Martini, Gin & Tonic, or in classic cocktails such as the Martinez or Negroni, this is Gin (and presentation) in its boldest, most sustainable guise.
    Gin
    England
    425
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