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The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs (including rhubarb) and roots in perfect proportions.
Angostura® aromatic bitters is not bitter when added to food and drink, but has the ability to marry flavours. It works by enhancing the flavour of ingredients in food and drink preparations thereby bringing out the best in them without masking their true flavour.
Captured in every drop is the essence of the rare woods, herbs and citrus that make up this secret recipe. Introduced on January 1st, 1900, its sharp citrus aromas and hints of raspberry became a pillar of the cocktail that dominated the century, the Dry Martini cocktail.
A must try, this spirit, decorated in gold medals and available in limited quantities, is rich in taste, with notes of soft honey, lavender and rose.
Nose of fresh zest and exotic combination of spicy cinnamon and fresh black pepper, which crackles on the centre of your tongue. Long and smoky finish, a signature of all Johnnie Walker blends
This ubiquitous name in the vodka world goes well in a mixed drink, and is mixed best with passion fruit juice.
Make someone?s day with this well-rounded Scottish whisky. Rich and sweet, this golden spirit is flavoured with handcrafted casks, which give it an okay sherried aroma, and a fruity, full-flavoured taste.
This gin goes best with the classic accompaniments: crisp tonic, fresh lime, and lots of ice cubes.
A unique and unmistakable recipe has characterized Campari, the aperitif par excellence, for over 150 years. The inimitable Campari recipe, used as the basis of many cocktails served worldwide, has been kept the same since its inception and remained a closely guarded secret, passed down over the years.
Enjoy this spirit as a digestiff with friends or family. Aromatic with notes of orange peel and cinnamon, this cognac can be paired with desserts like apple-tarts, chocolate soufflé, or alcoholic desserts infused with the same liquor.
This spirit is a clear pale lemon colour, and yields forward aromas of citrus peel, binned apple, toasted nuts, dried grapes and fruit blossoms. It tastes bone dry with nutty citrus and briny notes, and has a light to medium body with a warm finish
Excellent liqueur with full body and smooth taste, extremely pleasant and can be enjoyed straight, with ice or frozen. Produced using an ancient recipe made of herbs, which has been passed down from one generation to another since 1868.