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A famous Pisco from the Elqui Valley, ABA Pisco is made by the Aguirre family, double distilled in copper pot stills. Works great in a Pisco Sour… This was awarded a Gold at VinItaly in 2002. It also received a Double Gold at the 2004 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Tasting Note: Absinthe is an aromatic, dry and highly alcoholic herbal spirit. It is a bitter liqueur and is best consumed after diluting with water and sugar. It contains anis (Liquorice flavour) and the notorious wormwood plant (Artemisia) as well as optional various other aromatic components, such as peppermint, cloves,
Ackerman is a leading producer of Loir wines, both with and without bubbles. The house was founded in 1811, when Jean-Baptiste Ackerman settled in Saumur at the age of just 20. Originating from Brussels, he saw, after traveling abroad, that Saumur was a perfect place: the vineyards in the area were known
Everyone’s had some Advocaat at a party, this is the superlative egg-based Dutch liqueur. No, it’s not a very competitive category, but it counts for something. This is made with just four ingredients; egg yolk, brandy, sugar and vanilla. This can be used to make such classic cocktails as a
Aftershock Red is a cinnamon flavoured liqueur, you can use it to make a variety of cocktails including a Mr T Special and a Purple Haze.
A liqueur with an ‘electric taste sensation’, Aftershock Silver combines the taste of spiced apples and Red Bull for a warming and cooling sensation simultaneously.
Agwa Bottling Note Bolivian Coca Leaf liqueurs are said to date back to the De Medici family with Rudyard Kipling going as far as to state that they were made “from the clippings and shavings of angels’ wings”. Agwa, distilled in the Netherlands, adds Chinese Green Tea, African Mint, Amazonian
Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. Amaro Montenegro is made using over 40 herbs, including vanilla and orange peel, bottled at 23%vol. Amaro Montenegro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in the late 19th century and is named after Princess Elena of Montenegro. It was defined
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