Galliano has gone back to it’s original famous recipe! It’s nowa 84.6 proof bottle. More complex taste and more herbal in a new package.
This syrupy aniseed liqueur willl be familiar to anyone lucky enough to have holidayed in Greece. Ouzo 12 is the world’s bestselling brand of ouzo.
APEROL, introduced in Padua, Italy in 1919, was setting trends long ahead of its time. That year, at the famed Padua Exhibition, brothers Luigi and Silvio Barbieri pioneered the revolutionary idea of a spirit with a lower alcohol content of just 11% . Their stylish and versatile creation, APEROL, inspired an aperitif which has become the signature drink of Italy: the Aperol Spritz. Today, thanks to its vibrant color and refreshing, palate-pleasing character, the Aperol Spritz is all the rage among sophisticated drinkers worldwide.
Amaro Ramazzotti is an Italian digestif from the bitters category. 33 different aromatic plants and fruits are used in its making, including sweet oranges, whose taste is the most prominent. Made at Canelli in Piedmont.
A very pure triple-distilled raki made by distilling grape alcohol with aniseed. Raki was only made under government monopoly between 1931 and 2003, so Efe Klasik claims to be the first independent Raki producer since the market was opened up.
Baileys is produced using the best quality ingredients: fresh Irish dairy cream, Irish whiskey and natural flavours. The cream used in Baileys is delivered daily in insulated tankers and processed on the day it arrives. The Irish whiskey is triple distilled. The great taste of Baileys is consistently delivered by combining the finest quality ingredients in a unique recipe. Baileys contains no preservatives and has a shelf life of 24 months.. The dominant aromatic feature is caramel. The palate entry features the cream/dairy element as much as caramel and nuts; the midpalate highlights the cream, the caramel flavoring, the spirit and the gentle spice. Concludes smooth, satiny and properly creamy with greater emphasis on the spice than the caramel.
Raisin spirit distilled with anise.
Organic and Kosher
Rose hips are the fruit of certain varieties of rose, commonly used in European teas, soups, and jams. Unlike rose petals, the hips express heavier citrus notes. Mixes well with gin and champagne.
Honey and chrysanthemum flowers come together in this rich yet delicate liqueur. Mixes well with rum and whiskey, or with tea.