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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. The Cognac Camus VSOP has a contemporary, modern look and taste. Round notes of fruits, some almond aromas. On the palate: Fresh, light wood and a rather smooth finish.
    $99.95 Bottle

    special $84.95

  2. Made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley and then triple distilled in copper pot stills, Redbreast 15 is comprised exclusively of Pot Still whiskeys matured in the finest oak casks for no less than 15 years.
  3. A single pasteurised edition of junmaishu sake from Nakano’s multi-award winning Kinokuniya Bunzaemon range.
  4. Delicately distilled 8 times using traditional methods by our master distiller using only the purest ingredients of sugarcane and pristine New Zealand spring water.

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  5. The Aperitivo Cappelletti, endearingly known to locals as just “Specialino”, may be the oldest style of the classic red bitter still in production. Unlike its larger commercial rivals, Cappelletti is less sweet and has a wonderful drying finish. This yields a Negroni or Spritz that is dry and refreshing in the finish. It is made just outside of Trento in Alto Adige by the Cappelletti family, who also produce a number of other exceptional aperitivi and Amari.

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  6. Reid+Reid gin is uniquely Kiwi, in that it is produced with three native New Zealand botanicals: kawakawa, manuka and horopito.
  7. Gentle and approachable with a light spice that slowly builds. Complex but elegant, and a lovely heartwarming length, due to the slightly higher alcohol content. A delicate surprise.
  8. This is Maker's Mark Bourbon in its purest form. Bottled at barrel proof and nonchill filtered, Maker's Mark Cask Strength ranges from 108 to 114 proof depending on the barrels. Surprisingly smooth, this bourbon retains the signature, front-of-the-palate flavors of Maker's Mark® while amping up the notes of oak, caramel, vanilla and spice.
    $39.95 Bottle

    special $36.95

  9. Award winning Gin is small batch distilled with Great Barrier Island Manuka & Bush honey. Crafted in a copper still, off grid, 5 hours by barge off the coast of New Zealand. These unique bottles designed to reflect a Kina shell -are all made in New Zealand using using a sustainable glass production.

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  10. Black Robin Gin is a combination of traditional botanicals and native New Zealand Horopito, one of the world's most ancient flowering plants. It has an exceptional delicacy and balance with a distinctive and mellow texture and unique fragrance.
  11. Hand-crafted and batch distilled in the Wairarapa. A distinct blend of botanicals including NZ navel oranges and Yen Ben lemons. Best appreciated in a dry martini or G & T!
  12. The sweetness from NZ grown Blood Orange peel combined with the bitterness of the juice come together to form a taste of refreshing citrus balanced by a background of juniper notes. Its vibrant colour is perfect for Summer.

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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.