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Kirk & Sweeney Reserva RUM...
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Kirk & Sweeney Reserva RUM...

HISTORY: August Sebastiani, a Tuscan-born winemaker and owner of the 3 Badge company, discovered numerous documents that testified to his family's involvement in<br />the construction of the fire station in Sonoma, California. His grandfather had worked as a volunteer and received 3 badges for his career. 3 badges has thus become a<br />symbol of returning to the roots, celebrating the passion for commitment and craftsmanship as the cardinal points of the company producing this product.<br /><br />PRODUCT: Kirk &amp; Sweeney is manufactured in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. The name pays homage to a wooden schooner known for smuggling rum<br />from the Caribbean to the Northeast during the early years of Prohibition. Distilled in the traditional way from sugar cane molasses, it is left to age in oak barrels to fully<br />develop its aromatic pro?le.<br /><br />PROFILE: Kirk &amp; Sweeney Reserva is a molasses rum from the Dominican Republic. It has a beautiful mahogany colour and expresses its complex flavours of brown sugar,<br />dried fruit, vanilla and toasted oak.<br />Country<br /><br />Dominican Republic<br />Alcohol content: 40%.<br />Format: 70cl<br />
Price €78.80
Kirk & Sweeney Gran Reserva...
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Kirk & Sweeney Gran Reserva...

<br />HISTORY: August Sebastiani, a Tuscan-born winemaker and owner of the 3 Badge company, discovered numerous documents that testified to his family's involvement in<br />the construction of the fire station in Sonoma, California. His grandfather had worked as a volunteer and received 3 badges for his career. 3 badges has thus become a<br />symbol of returning to the roots, celebrating the passion for commitment and craftsmanship as the cardinal points of the company producing this product.<br /><br />PRODUCT: Kirk &amp; Sweeney is manufactured in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. The name pays homage to a wooden schooner known for smuggling rum<br />from the Caribbean to the Northeast during the early years of Prohibition. Distilled in the traditional way from sugar cane molasses, it is left to age in oak barrels to fully<br />develop its aromatic pro?le.<br /><br />PROFILE: Complex and intriguing, it touches on a wide range of aromas, from the intensity of vanilla to notes of sherry and grapes, underpinned by the fragrance of roasted<br />sugar cane. Years of ageing and careful blending add hints of dried fruits, nutmeg, cinnamon and spices with a touch of oak.<br /><br />Country: Dominican Republic<br />Alcohol content: 40%.<br />Format: 70cl<br />
Price €86.60
Kirk & Sweeney Gran Reserva...
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Kirk & Sweeney Gran Reserva...

HISTORY: August Sebastiani, a Tuscan-born winemaker and owner of the 3 Badge company, discovered numerous documents that testified to his family's involvement in<br />the construction of the fire station in Sonoma, California. His grandfather had worked as a volunteer and received 3 badges for his career. 3 badges has thus become a<br />symbol of returning to the roots, celebrating the passion for commitment and craftsmanship as the cardinal points of the company producing this product.<br /><br />PRODUCT: Kirk &amp; Sweeney is manufactured in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. The name pays homage to a wooden schooner known for smuggling rum<br />from the Caribbean to the Northeast during the early years of Prohibition. Distilled in the traditional way from sugar cane molasses, it is left to age in wooden barrels to fully<br />develop its aromatic pro?le.<br /><br />PROFILE: Kirk &amp; Sweeney Gran Reserva Superior hides behind its amber guise an aged rum with a unique charm. Its nose oscillates between notes of grilled nuts, caramel<br />and honey, evolving towards scents of fruit, vanilla and Xerès.<br /><br />Country: Dominican Republic<br />Alcohol content: 40%.<br />Format: 70cl<br />
Price €115.60
Edradour 10 YO Single Malt...

Edradour 10 YO Single Malt...

Type: Single Malt Scotch Whisky<br />Production method: Pot Still distillation<br />Ageing: Continental<br /><br />Why it's different<br /><br />Produced at Scotland's smallest distillery, Edradour 10yo is a fine single malt, perfectly representing the style of the Highlands near the Speyside border. Produced without<br />ever adding caramel to its bottlings, it's an excellent, full bodied educational whisky.<br /><br /><br />How to drink it<br /><br />Enjoy neat, or as the basis of an excellent Whisky Punch or Hot Toddy, with honey, cloves, cinnamon, lemon and boiling water.<br />
Price €93.60
Worthy Park 2007 70 cl /...

Worthy Park 2007 70 cl /...

Type: Pure Single Rum<br />Raw material: Molasses<br />Fermentation: Selected yeasts<br />Production method: Pot Still distillation<br />Ageing: Tropical<br />Box: Yes<br /><br />Why it's different<br /><br />Worthy Park 2007 is a bottling of the WPL brand, with congeners between 60 and 119 g / hLAP. Distilled in 2007 from molasses from the Worthy Park Estate's sugar cane<br />mill. It is a Pure Single Rum aged in the distillery's tropical climate warehouse and was bottled at 59% full cask grade, with an angel's share after 10 years of 64%. The label<br />shows the copper double retort still made by Scottish Forsyths for Worthy Park Distillery. No sugar, caramel or additives are added at bottling.<br />How to drink it<br /><br />Drink it straight, letting it breathe, possibly with water to have a slight dilution at will. It can be used in blending as a 'cut' to enrich any type of classic rum-based cocktail.<br />Focus<br /><br />Worthy Park 2007 Habitation Velier is the first bottling that bears the name of the Jamaican distillery on the label, different from the previous editions that were called<br />'Forsyths', inspired by the double retort copper still used for the production of all Worthy Park Estate rums. Worthy Park allocates part of its production to 'bulk' marketing,<br />rums which are then destined for blended rums or for selections of independent bottlers, provided that the name of the distillery is not put on their labels. The project carried<br />out in collaboration with Luca Gargano is not a simple independent bottling project. On the contrary, we could consider it 'dependent bottling', since the labels highlight the<br />fundamental points of production, such as the origin of the molasses, the type of still, the year of distillation and bottling, the percentage of angel's share, the mark,<br />specifying the level of esters and congeners as well as, of course, the fact that ageing takes place in a tropical climate at the distillery, information that is not usually<br />declared in independent bottling, since barrels are always purchased through rum merchants and never directly from the distillery. After the first editions, Worthy Park<br />allowed Luca to use the official name of the distillery, so from the 2007 release the name Worthy Park will always appear on the label.<br />
Price €135.20
Hampden Estate OWH 8 Y.O....

Hampden Estate OWH 8 Y.O....

Type: Pure Single Rum<br />Raw material: Molasses<br />Fermentation: Indigenous yeasts<br />Production method: Pot Still distillation<br />Ageing: Tropical<br /><br />Why it's different<br /><br />From what could be considered the best distillery in the world, Hampden Estate 8 Years Old is made from the single mark 'OWH' bottled without any additives, no<br />colouring agents, but above all no added sugar, and aged 8 years in the distillery's wherehouse. All Hampden Estate rums are bottled with no added artifacts.<br /><br />How I drink it<br />Enjoy neat, on the rocks, in simple cocktails such as Hampden &amp; Pineapple or diluted with ginger beer. Excellent to wash down a baba, drizzled over a soft, well-vanillaised<br />sponge cake or dunked into dry biscuits such as canestrelli.<br /><br />Focus<br />Hampden Estate could be considered the best distillery in the world, located in the northwest of Jamaica, in Trelawny County. This claim is based on objective<br />considerations for the production process of this rum, 5 fundamental pillars:<br />1) the water used in all stages of production comes from a source a few kilometres from the distillery in the pristine area of Cockpit Country.<br />2) fermentation is spontaneous, using natural yeasts and ancestral techniques, to produce High Ester rums that are characterised by their aromatic richness.<br />3) distillation is 100% in Pot Still. Hampden Estate remains one of the very few distilleries in the world to use only discontinuous double retort copper pot stills - there are<br />currently four, one of which, legendary, was installed in 1960, produced by John Dore, with a capacity of 7600 litres and a marvellous swan neck reminiscent of a trunk,<br />which has earned it the name 'The Elephant' - the distillation cycle lasts about 7 hours with an alcoholic degree at the exit of the still of 82°.<br />4) Ageing takes place in a tropical climate in the Hampden Estate warehouse, where climatic conditions lead to very high angel share - in fact 7 years of ageing corresponds<br />to around 25 years in a continental climate.<br />5) No added sugar or caramel.<br /><br />The climatic factor is one of the fundamental elements of the Trelawny terroir. OWH is one of the many marks produced by the Hampden Estate. It is made up of the initials<br />of Outram Warmold Hussey, father of Lawrence Francis Close Hussey who took over the Hampden Estate with his family in 2009. Of the eight different expressions<br />produced for tasting rums, it is the one with the lowest level of esters. It is a rum that has a range of esters that fluctuates around 80/120 gr/hlap and belongs to the category<br />of Jamaican rums defined as 'Common Clean', those that, according to the Jamaican Spirits Pool, have a level of esters that can vary on average between 80 and 150<br />gr/hlap. Nevertheless, the level of aromatic richness of a quality Common Clean rum is far higher than that of any other modern rum distilled with multi-column distillation<br />equipment. That's the magic of Hampden Estate rum, a distillate that thanks to ancestral techniques has a recognisable and unique taste. OWH is one of the most recent<br />marks, born from the idea of creating a lighter rum than the historic marks that have been aged since that year.<br />
Price €64.40
Bordiga Amaro St. Hubertus...

Bordiga Amaro St. Hubertus...

Bordiga Amaro St. Hubertus 70 cl / 38°<br /><br />Why it is different<br /><br />Bordiga's Amaro Riserva St. Hubertus is counted among the best bitters in the Italian tradition. It represents the apotheosis of the distillery's artisan and zealous approach<br />to quality. The starting point is the highest quality herbs and flowers that are selected by expert mountaineers in the alpine landscape of the Cuneo valleys. Bordiga is a very<br />special distillery, specialising in rigour and respect for tradition. Its strong point is the medicinal alpine herbs still harvested by hand and dried at high altitudes by mountain<br />people in an uncontaminated environment. This means that the botanicals used are spontaneous, and therefore intrinsically organic. They are harvested without the aid of<br />engines, without pesticides, fertilisers or fungicides and, above all, with great attention to product quality and respect for the environment. Each production, just like in the<br />past, is totally conditioned by the changing seasons and climate. Once harvested, the herbs are meticulously checked by the Master distillers who deliver only the best for<br />processing.<br /><br />How I drink it<br />To be consumed neat, with or without ice.<br />
Price €26.80
Grappa chamomile LAVIOSA 700ml

Grappa chamomile LAVIOSA 700ml

Chamomile grappa Villa Laviosa<br /><br />Chamomile flowers have relaxing and digestive properties. Our liqueur is obtained from chamomile flowers from the high mountains. Once the flowers are dried, they are<br />placed in the young grappa for about 20 days in the form of a cold infusion. We recommend our chamomile liqueur to be served cold. The chamomile liqueur has a floral<br />fragrance and a delicate and light taste.<br />Alcohol content: 24% vol.<br />
Price €23.60
Rebel Yell Small Batch...

Rebel Yell Small Batch...

Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey<br />PRODUCTION AREA: Bardstown - Kentucky<br />RAW MATERIAL: Corn (68%), wheat (20%), barley malt (12%), yeast, water.<br />DISTILLATION: Corn, wheat, barley malt and water are heated and left to cool. The yeast is added and fermentation begins. The liquid obtained is distilled until it reaches<br />80% alc./vol. and then diluted with water to reach 62.5% alc./vol.<br />COLOUR: amber yellow<br />AROMA: complex, with hints of caramel, oak wood, vanilla and brown sugar<br />TASTE: The presence of wheat makes the sensation on the palate more delicate compared to a rye Bourbon. Vanilla, wheat and oak are perceived.<br />TASTING NOTES: Pleasant and warm persistence, prolonged by hints of spices.<br /><br />DESCRIPTION: The 'Rebel Yell' brand was created for the Stitzel-Weller Distillery by Charles R. Farnsley (former mayor of Louisville) in the mid-1900s, around the 100th<br />anniversary of the original Weller Company, with the idea of small-batch distillation for exclusive distribution in the southern United States. Rebel Yell is a Kentucky Straight<br />Bourbon Whisky and the original old recipe dates back to 1849. Today, Rebel Yell is bridging the gap between its proud heritage and modern tastes to honour the universal<br />spirit of rebellion that lives in all of us.<br />AGEING: A minimum of 6 years in American oak barrels. The best casks are selected and allocated to the Small Batch programme.<br />
Price €58.80
Rebel Yell Small Batch Rye...

Rebel Yell Small Batch Rye...

Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey<br />PRODUCTION AREA: Bardstown Kentucky<br />RAW MATERIAL: Rye (51%), corn (45%), barley malt (4%), yeast, water.<br /><br />DISTILLATION: Corn, wheat, barley malt and water are heated and left to cool. The yeast is added and fermentation begins. The resulting liquid is distilled until it reaches 80<br />alc ../vol and then diluted with water to reach 62 5 alc /vol.<br /><br />COLOUR: amber yellow<br /><br />AROMA: spicy with hints of chocolate and vanilla<br /><br />TASTE: delicate hints of wood with a sweet and surprising spicy note<br /><br />DESCRIPTION: The Rebel Yell brand was created for the Stitzel Weller Distillery by Charles R Farnsley (former mayor of Louisville) in the mid-1900s on or about the 100th<br />anniversary of the original Weller Company, with the idea of a small-batch distillation for exclusive distribution in the southern United States Rebel Yell is a Kentucky<br />Straight Bourbon Whisky and the original old recipe dates back to 1849 The distillery has become famous for being one of the few to handcraft its well-known Bourbons,<br />Today, Rebel Yell is bridging the gap between its proud heritage and modern tastes to honor the universal spirit of rebellion that lives in all of us.<br /><br />AGEING: Minimum 2 years in American oak casks<br />
Price €62.20