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1987 | Aloxe Corton Bernard Dubois Red Wine | 75cL

1987 | Aloxe Corton Bernard Dubois Red Wine | 75cL

bouteille 75 cl - 1987 - aloxe corton - bernard dubois - rouge - bourgogne - 1987 | Aloxe Corton Bernard Dubois Red Wine | 75cL
£88.76incl. shipping
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1970 | Auxey-Duresses Bernard Roy Les Duresses Red Wine | 75cL

1970 | Auxey-Duresses Bernard Roy Les Duresses Red Wine | 75cL

bouteille 75 cl - 1970 - auxey-duresses - bernard roy les duresses - rouge - bourgogne - 1970 | Auxey-Duresses Bernard Roy Les Duresses Red Wine | 75cL
£116.44incl. shipping
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Hine Antique XO 100th Anniversary Grande Champagne Cognac

Hine Antique XO 100th Anniversary Grande Champagne Cognac

Hine Antique XO was originally created in 1920 by Georges Hine (grandfather of Bernard Hine, today's Honorary Chairman) and represents the flagship release from one of the region's top producers. 'Antique' was unusual at the time of its creation as it was a blend of old Cognacs when young Cognac was the fashion. Georges' personal nickname for the casks of mature vintage Cognacs, squirreled away in the ancient cellars beneath their Jarnac offices on the banks of the River Charente, was 'antiques' - hence the name that has stuck to this day. To celebrate its centenary, Hine produced the Antique XO 100th Anniversary Grande Champagne Cognac. Only 1920 of these limited-edition cuvée decanters have been filled, making it exceedingly rare. A blend of around forty eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne area (Cognac's finest growth), this liquid even includes a component from the 1920 harvest. Aged in barrels for a minimum of 10 years, Antique XO is a complex, rich and exquisitely balanced Cognac brimming cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper, lilac, lavender, iris, citrus, pastry, baked stone fruit, almond croissant and cedar. Raise a glass to the next hundred years of this fabulous creation!£30.71 per 100.00ml

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Monin Syrup 70cl Gin

Monin Syrup 70cl Gin

Monin Gin SyrupMonin Gin Syrup is just one of a delicious range of flavours, used by coffee shops such as Costa Coffee and enjoyed across the country and further afield.The bottles come in a 70cl Glass Bottle, and a 1l Plastic bottle variation which is ideal for bars, cafes and coffee shops, but can also be used at home.BackgroundIntense aromas and floral touches are interspersed with a punch of juniper berry bitterness a distinct combination which makes gin one the UKs most popular spirits. Monin Gin Syrup captures everything great about gin sans the alcohol and delivers a convenient solution for adding its flavour to an array of cocktails, teas and smoothies. It also goes without saying its fantastic for making a non-alcoholic version of the classic gin and tonic. The History When it comes to judging the history of alcoholic beverages, the most intriguing and atypical story arguably belongs to gin. Deaths, the influence of British aristocracy, a price point which saw a pint of gin cheaper than the equivalent in beer and thats just the start.According to the history books, juniper, the core ingredient of gin, has been blended with alcohol since 70 A.D. The combination was used primarily as a medicinal liquid, and it continued this way even when the spirit genever was concocted: aka the precursor to gin. The word gin first appeared in The Fable of the Bees, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits, a 1714 book by Bernard Mandeville. An assumption behind the name change is the British, drunk off downing the beverage, couldnt pronounce genever. So they abbreviated it to gen, and this would eventually receive the anglicise treatment to get the name we have today. When reigning as the King of England, Ireland and Scotland during the late 1600s, William III set the wheels into motion for what is referred to as the gin craze. This happened due to his implementation of hard-line economic tactics regarding imported goods, hoping to weaken the economy of other countries. Blocka...
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