Schwartzhog is a medieval krauter liqueur from the heart of Germany. Crafted with selected fruits and roots such as wormwood, ginger and pomerants and a special botanical component known as “Sauwurz” or Hog Root. Traditionally it is consumed as a digestive liqueur.
Frangelico is the original Italian Hazelnut liqueur. Drink it in winter and summer; to warm you up or cool you down; short or long; straight or mixed. It’s delicious in every way. As a classic liqueur, Frangelico is perfect after a meal neat or with ice or as a complement to the coffee. For sheer sophistication, pour it over ice with a squeeze of Lime for an intense and refreshing …Read More
Baileys is a perfect marriage of fresh, premium quality Irish dairy cream, finest spirits, Irish whiskey and a proprietary recipe of chocolate flavours. Over 80% of the raw ingredients and packaging used to make and present Baileys is sourced from the island of Ireland. The cream is fresh, dairy cream that comes from two dairy suppliers. The whiskey is a triple pot still blend, made to a proprietary specification and supplied from The …Read More
Romana is a very old and authentic Italian liqueur. Romana Sambuca is a unique blend of natural flavour essences and ingredients including anise, elderberries, sugar, and a ‘secret natural flavour formula’ distilled in the old world tradition. Romana Sambuca ‘Con Mosca’ is served in a snifter with three coffee beans standing for ‘health, wealth, and happiness’.
Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is an orange-flavored brandy liqueur created in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle. It is made from a blend of Cognac brandy, distilled essence of bitter orange, and sugar. Aside from Cordon Rouge, the Grand Marnier line includes other liqueurs, most of which can be consumed “neat” as a cordial or a digestif, and can be used in mixed drinks and desserts. In France this kind of use …Read More
Archers Schnapps is premium, international, contemporary fruit schnapps. It combines the taste of peaches and is packaged in an elegant white frosted bottle. The name schnapps comes from the old Norse word ‘snappen’, meaning to snatch a gulp. From this comes the traditional way of drinking schnapps in Europe as an ice cold shot.
Sheridan, with its white liqueur having a white chocolate richness, and the black of warm coffee and whiskey, the whole rounded off by a chocolate & nutty finish. The distinctive Sheridan’s bottle is unike any other beverage product – its ‘Perfect Pour’ mechanism which pours the two liquids in one single motion ensures the perfect serve every time. The whole is smooth and elegant, akin to a deliciously whiskied liquid …Read More