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Absolut Vanilla


Vanilla. This magnificent flavor that can enhance pretty much everything from cookies to… well you name it.  Perfect for those with a sweet tooth or the ones that are into experimenting with contrasting flavors. The versatility of vanilla is also true when making drinks – regardless if you’re going for something simple like a Vanilia Espresso Martini, or something as provocative as a Pornstar Martini.


Akashi Red Oak

Akashi Red Blended Malt & Grain is a blended whisky reserved in Japanese Shochu cask (American Oak) for 3 years, aged in ex-bourbon casks before finishing in ex-sherry casks for 2 years. Akashi Red Oak Blended Whisky TASTING NOTES Nose- Herbs and pine. Hints of white grape, lemon, yellow apple and angelica fruits. Dry oak, with lavender and floral undertones Palate- Rich malt with vanilla and grapes. Pine, oak and floral notes accompany a slightly bitter citrus peel Finish- Oak and warming wood spices with a touch of vanilla

Akashi White Oak Blended Whisky


A Japanese blended whisky that has been the subject of some controversy. The bottling for the home market in Japan is made with malt whisky and molasses spirit, which would not be classed as 'whisky' in the EU. This export version, however, is made from malt and grain whiskies.

TASTING NOTES Nose- Amber gold Palate- Toffee, Vanilla, Cinnamon Finish- Caramel, Tobacco, Chocolate, Balanced and creamy

Akashi White Oak Single Malt Whisky

Single malt Japanese whisky from the Akashi range, produced by White Oak in Hyogo, just west of Kobe. This non-age-statement release ought to prove rather interesting for whisky adventurers looking to try something new. TASTING NOTES
Nose- The aromas have alight fruit notes with malt, spice, iodine, and apricot.
Palate- The palate is light and soft with hints of red apples, toffee, and local herbs.
Finish- Gentle fade of clove and fresh-cut wood.

Alaska Original Vodka


The uniquely pure and mild taste of Alaska Vodka gives the spirit its main character. Its taste is unbelievably smooth and easily recognizable. Bursting from the highest natural sources, spring water is the ingredient that soothes the spirit and gives it a balanced, harmonized taste.


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Amrut Fusion Single Malt


Amrut Fusion gets its name from the fact that it uses two barleys: Indian and Scottish - with the latter being peated for good measure. Fusion has been picking up awards ever since it first appeared in 2009, and in 2012 was named the best whisky for a Rob Roy in the Ultimate Cocktail Challenge in New York.

TASTING NOTES Aroma- Rich, barley, fruity. Big on citrus, spices, creamy sweetness. A hint of peat. Palate- Oaky, rich, gentle peat, coffee, dark chocolate. Fruity. Finish- Long, spiced, marmalade, sweetness. GoldGold

Amrut Indian Single Malt


Amrut's flagship Indian single malt, showing their signature character of spice, fruit and honey. Bottled at 46%, it has the depth of flavour needed to properly showcase the distillery.

TASTING NOTES Palate- Intense barley and grain, nutty, citrus, apricot. Finish- Apples, apricot, greengages, malt, fruit. Gold

Angostura Bitter


Angostura Bitters adds a layer of complexity, intensifies the flavor of other ingredients, counteracts the harshness of acidic contents and decreases the harshness of spirits. But it doesn’t stop there – it also helps cleanse the palate and aid in digestion. Ever had an Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Pink Gin or Mai Tai? Then you’ve experienced Angostura aromatic bitters. It’s the can’t-miss bottle behind the bar, featuring an over-sized label and distinct yellow cap.


Ardbeg 10 Years Old


Ardbeg 10 Years Old is an Islay single malt Scotch whisky that is revered around the world as the peatiest, smokiest, most complex single malt. Named World Whisky of the Year in 2008.

TASTING NOTES Eye: Light Gold. The natural light gold colour is due to the non-chill filtration that Ardbeg distillery uses to create this single malt. Nose: A burst of intense smoky fruity peat infused with zesty lemon and lime, wrapped in waxy dark chocolate. Tongue: An explosion of crackling peat with tangy lemon and lime juice, black pepper pops with sizzling cinnamon-spiced toffee. End note: Long and smoky with tarry espresso, aniseed, toasted almonds and traces of soft barley and fresh pear.

Averna Amaro


An orangey tonic liqueur invented over 180 years ago in Italy and still made to the same recipe today. The recipe itself contains 33 herbs including gentian and cinnamon.

Averna Amaro Siciliano