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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. VIDA de San Luis Del Rio is an artisanal, Organic Mezcal from Del Maguey.
    $75.95 Bottle
  2. Excellent quality, transparent, sweet and delicate flavour… the base elixir of Mexcalito Mezcal Brands.
  3. Los Fernandez Reposado Tequila is made with 100% pure Agave and rested for a minimum of 2 months in oak.
  4. The historic Amaro Ramazzotti that is made by the same secret blend of 33 herbs & roots from around the world since 1815. Amaro Ramazzotti is traditionally consumed as a digestif, neat or on the rocks with a slice of lemon or orange.
    $39.95 Bottle
  5. The perfect combination of 12 botanicals, secretly combined. Juniper to the fore, each note complimenting the next.
  6. Made in the heart of Wellington using a state of the art Copper Pot Still, this is a classic Juniper-forward style versatile enough to drink as a Martini, or in a G&T! Awarded Best New Zealand Gin & Best Overall Gin at the New Zealand Spirits Awards 2019.
  7. 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.
    $169.95 Bottle
  8. Small Batch - Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Willett Pot Still Reserve is bottled in a decorative decanter that received a "double gold" award for packaging design at the 2008 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.[4] In addition to the double gold medal for packaging, the product was also awarded a gold medal for taste at the event.
  9. Another very original gin from the Bureaucrats right here in Wellington! Creating a fabulous dance in the mouth of coconut, lime and lemongrass. Bold but beautifully balanced.
  10. A subtle mix of macerated green and red rhubarb confers upon our Rhubarb Liqueur its unique taste and its slightly pink colour. A powerful and generous nose, a round palate with a hint of acidity, and a charming finish.
  11. Using flavors available in 1800's America, Fee Brothers developed Rhubarb Bitters for an authentic historical taste.
    $27.95 Bottle
  12. Cherry Bitters is a member of the fruit bitters family. Use a few dashes to enhance cocktails with its strong fruit flavor.
    $27.95 Bottle

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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.