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Liqueurs (25 ml)
Amaretto (28% abv)
Baileys (50ml) (17% abv)
Benedictine (40% abv)
Charteuse green (55% abv)
Cointreau (40% abv)
Crème de menthe (50 ml 21% abv)
Drambuie (40% abv)
Tia maria (50 ml) (20% abv)
Grand marnier (40% abv)
Kahlua (50 ml) (20% abv)
Kirsch (50ml) (25% abv)
Kummel (39% abv)
Limoncello (50ml) (27% abv)
Sambuca (38% abv)
Strega (40% abv)
Armagnac (25 ml)
Cassagnoles 5 y.o. Tenareze Armagnac (41% abv)
With a fresh, clean, greengage aroma this Armagnac delivers and almond and cedar taste with a hint of sweet basil. Expect a youthful and refreshing style from Gilles and Janine Bauman and their small estate.
Baron Sainte-Fauste 10 y.o. Bas Armagnac (46% abv)
Distilled in typical Armagnac copper alembic stills, this has wonderful toffee, baked pear and nutmeg aromas. In the taste you’ll discover star anise and lemon tea fading to long angelica crystallised fruit finish.
Delord 20 y.o. Bas Armagnac (40% abv)
From a small producer in the tiny village of Lannepax this excellent example gives prunes and dried fruit in the aroma and flavour of plums with nutty tones and slight cinnamon. From the best vineyards in the Armagnac region.
Calvados (25 ml)
Calvados, Duc de Normandie, Pont-l’Eveque (40% abv)
Golden brown with orange elements and red mahogany. The nose and palate are delicate with concentration of aged apples and dried apricots balanced with butterscotch, nut and chocolate aromas.
Calvados Dupont 12 y.o. Pays d’Auge (42% abv)
Aged in old oak in damp cellers in the north of Pays d’Auge, this exudes aromas of currants and vanilla amongst others. Whilst the pear cidre is apparent in the flavour, you’ll find this to be more rounded than other similar vintages. Etienne, currently running the distillery, is the third generation of the Dupont family.
Liqueurs (25 ml)
Grappa de Legni, Bepe Tosolini (42% abv)
Torcalato Grappa, Jacopo Poli (40% abv)
Cognacs (25 ml)
Hermitage Chez Richon 1999 Grande Champagne (40% abv)
Deep gold towards brown in colour, this cognac shows true mocha and toffee flavours with some spice complexity. Chez Richon is a small, well known and highly regarded family house who have been associated with this estate for many generations. As the producer does not sell to large blenders, he is able to concentrate purely on the style and flavour of their own products.
Hermitage Chez Richon 1975, Grande Champagne (47% abv)
Coming from the same estate near Segonzac in Grande Champagne Chez Richon are offering a complex cognac with powerful flavours. Straw to orange gold in colour with a pineapple and roasted walnut aroma which certainly come through in the taste.
Hermitage 30 y.o. Grande Champagne (40% abv)
As is typical from this producer the cognac has some rich mocha and coffee tastes, with some oaky flavours. Nutmeg and vanilla are also present. Established in 1850 and owned by the same family ever since this producer is a master distiller producing highly sought after cognacs.
Chateau de Beaulon 1975 XO Fins Bois (40% abv)
Christian Thomas has produced a fine cognac exhibiting floral, violet tones. Peach, vanilla, fresh fruits and a little nuttiness are noticeable in the taste. Coming from the east side of Gironde where the land is virtually pure chalk. It is perceived to be one of the finest vine producing areas in all Charante.
A E Dor Hors d’Age No.7 Grande Champagne (42% abv)
Complex walnut and orange peel aromas giving a powerful walnut, orange and leather flavour. This cognac has a long and authoritative finish that can last 20 minutes.
Eau de Vie (25 ml)
Marc d’Alsace Gewurztraminer, Paul Devoille, Fougerolles (45% abv)
Bronze medal winner in the 2010 International Championships of eau de vie & fruit liqueurs in Metz.
Eau de vie de Framboise Sauvage, J Nusbaumer, Steice, Bas-Rhin, France (45% abv)
Luxurious and powerful clear spirit, with a hint of wild raspberry.