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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. Its aromatic complexity is the result of a subtle balance between fresh gentian and many different aromatic plants. Suze is ideal for enjoying as an aperitif, whether neat or in cocktails.
  2. Shinji Fukuyo describes The Chita Single Grain Whisky as the “serenity of Japanese whisky.” Like the misty, calm seas of the Chita Peninsula on a day of elegant stillness, this airy whisky has a presence that is unmistakably serene.
  3. Small Batch was crafted exclusively for Australia and New Zealand. It’s a premium Jim Beam expression made in small batches as the name suggests. It also has a unique addition of Port to complement the sweet oaky notes of the Jim Beam bourbon.
  4. Royal Bison is a premium vodka containing only Lux premium grain alcohol and artesian water.
    $47.95 Bottle
  5. Using 100% Weber blue agave, picked at their peak — anywhere from 8-12 years old — Añejo is aged in French Oak barrels for a minimum of 14 months. Its finish is described as spicy and well rounded with flavors of toasted oak, vanilla and butterscotch. This deep, luxurious tequila is ideal for sipping.
  6. This tequila is crafted using 8-12 year old 100% Weber blue agave and is matured in American and French Oak barrels for no less than six months.
  7. Warm bright brownish color, rich and consistent in the glass, spicy with hints of cinnamom, cardamom and chinchona. Complex and wide in the palate, hot, bitter-sweet, with long finish.
  8. Made with the legends at Stranger & Sons in India! Spice Trade Gin is a festival of modern Australian flavours and modern Indian spices, and it joins the Four Pillars Gin distiller series family. This gin is vibrant, aromatic and Cam reckons if ‘colourful’ was a sense, then it would be that too. Perfect in a G&T, even better with food, Spice Trade Gin was made with spices to enjoy with spice.
  9. Nothing beats an original. But Malibu isn’t just an original, it’s sunshine in a bottle with a smooth fresh flavor. That’s why it’s the world’s best-selling coconut flavored Caribbean rum.
  10. A smooth and versatile vodka handcrafted on the Kāpiti Coast using sustainable New Zealand ingredients.
  11. Awarded a Bronze Medal at both the 2019 New Zealand Spirits Awards in Wellington and the International Wine and Spirit Competition in Hong Kong, The Bond Store Kawakawa Gin is handcrafted on the Kapiti Coast using sustainable New Zealand ingredients.
  12. From Nakano brewery’s best-selling Kinokuniya Bunzaemon (KB) series, a multi-award-winning extra dry and lighter junmai-shu. The brewer's careful use of the distinctive gohyakumangoku ("5 million stones") rice variety makes for a superbly refreshing sake, rich in aroma, and with a clean finish. Serve chilled or warm.

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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.