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'Spirits' (AKA 'hard liquor') is the term for all distilled alcohol - in fact, the name 'spirit' came from alchemists who believed the vapor of distillation was a 'spirit' of the original material. Technically 'spirits' and 'liqueurs' are different - spirits have no added sugar, while liqueurs do - but they tend to be lumped together. Virtually all known spirits were used as health tonics or elixirs at some point in history, but transmuted into good fun drinks over time. Many countries have their 'national' drink - gin, whisky, schnapps, grappa, ouzo, soju, vodka, rakia/rakija...there's quite a list. Experiments began with sugars and flavours - resulting in limoncello, cynar, Benedictine...that's an even longer list.
  1. Best value, best taste and best for drinking. Beehive sits head and shoulders above all other brandies on the shelves in NZ. A bit more money, but well worth it.
  2. This classic Grappa's are produced from a single grape variety. The accurate distillation gives these products a particularly intense and persistent bouquets that clearly calls their originals to mind.
  3. The taste of a Curatif Espresso Martini cocktail is unmistakable. There is nothing like that first sip. It’s a distinct and inspiring moment that you won’t forget. Sourcing nothing but the finest ingredients from all around Australia, in order to deliver you an exceptional cocktail experience like no other.
  4. Fruit liqueur made only from Japanese ume. Light and fresh. Enjoy chilled & straight, on-the-rocks, or mixed with juice
  5. Nakano Umeshu is made 100% with local Nanko-ume grown in Wakayama, a region known for its ume. The origin of our company's flavorful umeshu is found in this product.
  6. Sipsmith dry gin is a true nod to its London heritage. Distilled using the finest English wheat spirit, combined with 10 botanicals and blended with the pure water of Lydwell Spring, the source of the infamous Thames River. The result is a particularly dry gin with a burst of zesty freshness and a splash of juniper. This rather special multi-award winning gin is a quintessential expression of the London Dry style. Juniper forward, with round mouthfeel and smooth balance
  7. Jinzu Gin

    700ml

    Enhanced with delicate layers of Japanese Botanicals, Jinzu is a classic British Gin that is infused with cherry blossom, yuzu and a hint of sake.
  8. Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 year old is a Premium blend of around 40 whiskies.
    $69.95 Bottle

    special $66.95

  9. A new Tanqueray distilled with Spanish Sevilla orange essences and other botanicals. It was inspired by Charles Tanqueray's original recipes and the ripening oranges growing on the trees in sun-drenched Seville.
    $61.95 Bottle
  10. Aged in the finest American oak, there's a hint of toastiness to this elegant malt, a wonderfully balanced whisky with a subtle sweetness. A sublime marriage of summer fruits and mellow vanilla, it's intended to be savoured and enjoyed.
  11. Lagavulin Distillers Edition Single Malt Whisky

    700ml Igv.4/506 (Bottled 2017)

    Lagavulin's popular limited edition Distiller's Edition, finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. An extra layer of sweetness soothes the rough edges of this much-loved dram.
    $179.95 Bottle
  12. This light and fruity expression is finished for eight months in Port pipes from Porto Cruz, the N°1 Porto company in the world. The spirit picks up intense embellishments of summer fruit, dark chocolate and cinnamon and a distinct pink hue.

    Out of stock

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'Spirits' (AKA 'hard liquor') is the term for all distilled alcohol - in fact, the name 'spirit' came from alchemists who believed the vapor of distillation was a 'spirit' of the original material. Technically 'spirits' and 'liqueurs' are different - spirits have no added sugar, while liqueurs do - but they tend to be lumped together. Virtually all known spirits were used as health tonics or elixirs at some point in history, but transmuted into good fun drinks over time. Many countries have their 'national' drink - gin, whisky, schnapps, grappa, ouzo, soju, vodka, rakia/rakija...there's quite a list. Experiments began with sugars and flavours - resulting in limoncello, cynar, Benedictine...that's an even longer list.