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The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 50cL

The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 50cL

Deliciously warming on a cold day, this can be enjoyed all year round in cocktails & long drinks. - The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 50cL
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£22.31
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Kings Special Blended Scotch Whisky, Seventies Bottling

Kings Special Blended Scotch Whisky, Seventies Bottling

A rare bottle of Kings Special blended Scotch whisky that was bottled in the 1970's at 70 proof and 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs by Colin MacLaggan & Co.

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£100.00
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The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 6 x 50cL

The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 6 x 50cL

Deliciously warming on a cold day, this can be enjoyed all year round in cocktails & long drinks. - The Kings Ginger 41% ABV | 6 x 50cL

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£133.86
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Berry Bros The King's Ginger Liqueur

Berry Bros The King's Ginger Liqueur

As liqueurs go, there can be few to match the privileged and prestigious history of King's Ginger. Formerly enjoyed and endorsed by aristocracy and monarchs, over the ages this wonderfully indulgent elixir has continued to be appreciated by bon viveurs, sporting gentlemen and high-spirited ladies alike. Sweet, distinctive, smooth and impossibly indulgent, it's pronounced and warming spicy-ginger, lemon zest, golden syrup and sherbet flavours are perfectly balanced by a pleasingly clean, dry and long finish. Fabulous enjoyed over ice, The King's Ginger Liqueur makes a rewarding post dinner treat.£5.8 per 100.00ml

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£29.00

Harvey Nichols & Co Ltd

Springbank 21 Year Old 2016 Whisky 70cl

Springbank 21 Year Old 2016 Whisky 70cl

Springbank 21 Year Old 2016 Whisky Region- CampbeltownAge- 21 Years OldSize- 70clABV- 46%Edition- 2016 ReleaseThe 2016 release of 21 Year Old Springbank from the kings of Campbeltown. Based in Campbeltown, Scotland, the Springbank distillery produces a single malt whisky.

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£499.99

Old & Rare Whisky

Grey Goose Vodka La Poire Vodka

Grey Goose Vodka La Poire Vodka

Representing one of the original and most iconic names in vodka, Grey Goose remains a perennially popular choice amongst barman and consumers across the globe. Crafted from the finest French wheat, and using water filtered naturally through Champagne limestone, Grey Goose is distilled according to the uncompromising traditions of France's famous Cognac region. Grey Goose La Poire is a pear flavoured vodka which takes its lead from the history and nobility of the Anjou pear. For centuries Anjou pears have been the preserve of kings and prized today by chefs and gourmets alike for their creamy texture and tart clarity. These regal pears bring an unmistakeable note to the taste and aroma of Grey Goose La Poire vodka, deepening it with hints of nuttiness and floral tones of honeysuckle and wildflower. Delicious to sip on its own, Grey Goose La Poire is also a versatile and unique vodka to use in cocktails.£7.57 per 100.00ml

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£53.00

Harvey Nichols & Co Ltd

Vestal Raspberry & Blackcurrant Vodka

Vestal Raspberry & Blackcurrant Vodka

After a few years in the wilderness flavoured vodka is back with a bang. And our new summer favourite is Vestal Raspberry & Blackcurrant Vodka. While other brands clamour to become 'Super Premium', Vestal remains staunchly 'Craft'. And your taste buds will tell you the difference. Vast quantities of handpicked raspberries and blackcurrants are macerated in rich and creamy potato vodka. A tiny amount of sugar is added, which makes the juice drop out into the vodka. But don't be fooled, that sugar doesn't make this a sickly sweet, low-strength liqueur. Oh no! This has just the slightest touch of sweetness and is a full-throttle 40% ABV vodka. Kissed by summer fruit, it tastes like Ribena, raspberry sorbet, Mivvi (for those old enough to remember) and cassis. Sip it neat with cheesecake or summer fruit and cream, or turn it into a simple and stylish cocktail by topping it up with your favourite sparkling wine. Vestal Vodka is created by Will Borrell, who is not only an honest, affable and extremely knowledgeable chap, but also the brother of Razorlight frontman Johnny. With family links to Poland, he can regale you with stories of tasting moonshine made in barns using that year's harvest of weird and wonderful potatoes, each one with its own unique character, not dissimilar to vintage variations and grape varieties in wine. Having established three successful neighbourhood bars located in London's Kentish Town, Camden and Kings Cross, two in repurposed Victorian public toilets and one on a barge, he's a man who really knows his onions (or should that be potatoes?) when it comes to cocktails. Making his vodka a must-have. The bottle has been given a stylish new look, incorporating recycled glass to make it as sustainable as it is delicious.£4 per 100.00ml

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£28.00

Harvey Nichols & Co Ltd

Vestal Black Cherry Vodka

Vestal Black Cherry Vodka

After a few years in the wilderness flavoured vodka is blowing up again. And the very best of the new wave that we've discovered is Vestal Black Cherry Vodka. While other brands clamour to become 'Super Premium', Vestal remains staunchly 'Craft'. And your taste buds will tell you the difference. Vast quantities of black sour cherries are painstakingly split and macerated in rich and creamy potato vodka. After a month and half, a tiny amount of sugar is added, which makes the juice drop out into the vodka. But don't be fooled, that sugar doesn't make this a sickly sweet, low-strength liqueur. Oh no! This is a dry and full-throttle 40% ABV vodka with more cherry flavour than you thought humanly possible. Luxurious and velvety, but the bite of proper Polish vodka, it tastes like Black Forest gateau steeped in concentrated cherry juice. Sip it neat with dessert or dark chocolate, mix it into a Black Cherry Martini, or pour it over ice and top with cola to create a mind-blowing and very grown-up interpretation of Cherry Coke. Vestal Vodka is created by Will Borrell, who is not only an honest, affable and extremely knowledgeable chap, but also the brother of Razorlight frontman Johnny. With family links to Poland, he can regale you with stories of tasting moonshine made in barns using that year's harvest of weird and wonderful potatoes, each one with its own unique character, not dissimilar to vintage variations and grape varieties in wine. Having established three successful neighbourhood bars located in London's Kentish Town, Camden and Kings Cross, two in repurposed Victorian public toilets and one on a barge, he's a man who really knows his onions (or should that be potatoes?) when it comes to cocktails. Making his vodka a must-have. The bottle has been given a stylish new look, incorporating recycled glass to make it as sustainable as it is delicious.£4 per 100.00ml

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£28.00

Harvey Nichols & Co Ltd

Vestal Polish Potato Vodka

Vestal Polish Potato Vodka

Once upon a time vodka had a sense of place, the spirit of the land from whence it came, fire in its belly, and to put it bluntly: character. Over time this has been polished and smoothed out, distilled and filtered to oblivion, leading to one being barely discernible from the next. One of the brands making a heroic stand against this trending travesty is Vestal Vodka. Proving that vodka can deliver character, complexity and a real sense of "terroir", Vestal's Polish Potato Vodka is a remarkable new spirit. Crafted using a carefully selected blend of different potatoes grown in Poland's Wielkopolska region. These honest little potatoes - Innovator, Asterix and Russet Burbank varieties - are all different shapes and sizes, some knobbly and some smooth, but all of them chosen for their distinct flavours. That's why Vestal have distilled it just once on a vintage column still and filtered it just once to retain its charm. It has an aroma that's fruity and floral, almost like entering a room that someone wearing an exquisite perfume has just vacated. Rich and creamy with a touch of sweetness and notes of starchy potato, woody mango, white tea and black pepper, all rounded off with a smooth finish of dried herbs. Fabulous to sip neat, but this should be your go-to for vodka cocktails, particularly a Vestal Vodka Martini. Vestal Vodka is created by Will Borrell, who is not only an honest, affable and extremely knowledgeable chap, but also the brother of Razorlight frontman Johnny. With family links to Poland, he can regale you with stories of tasting moonshine made in barns using that year's harvest of weird and wonderful potatoes, each one with its own unique character, similar to vintage variations and grape varieties in wine. Having established three successful neighbourhood bars located in London's Kentish Town, Camden and Kings Cross, two in repurposed Victorian public toilets and one on a barge, he's a man who really knows his onions (or should that be potatoes?)...

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£32.00

Harvey Nichols & Co Ltd

Monin Syrup 70CL Winter Spice

Monin Syrup 70CL Winter Spice

Winter SpiceWinter Spice is a spice with a truly distinctive flavour and it works in both sweet and savoury dishes. Considering it starts life as a piece of humble tree bark it has become a firm favourite when added to a variety of foods, from fruits such as apples, pumpkins and even coconuts, to savoury dishes such as curries, meatballs and some even sprinkle it over the top of Hawaiian pizzas to give a little extra kick to the sweet and savoury combination. Almost every baker will have their own recipe for Winter Spice rolls, biscuits or buns and even a simple bowl of porridge can be given a new lease of life with a drizzle of Winter Spice syrup. Historical uses for Winter Spice Historians have discovered evidence that Winter Spice was imported to Egypt from as early as 2000 BCE when it was so valuable that it was considered an appropriate gift for kings and queens and those who wanted to make offerings to the gods often used Winter Spice to appeal to their favour. The Ancient Egyptians even used Winter Spice during the embalming process when preserving mummies, and archaeologists have found recipes from that time that include Winter Spice and the related species cassia which were used for burning to create an aromatic smoke in temples. Although the tree from which Winter Spice is harvested is native to Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar and Bangladesh, this was kept a secret from importers in the Mediterranean for centuries in order to protect the monopoly those countries had on the spice trade. Pliny the Elder mentions Winter Spice in his writings, citing it as a flavouring for wine and describing how a Roman pound of Winter Spice would have cost the equivalent of nearly five years’ wages for an average worker of the time. When Emperor Nero’s wife died, he is said to have burned a year’s supply of Winter Spice at her funeral to demonstrate the strength of the loss he was feeling. During the Middle Ages, while the origins of Winter Spice were still veiled in myst...
£10.94incl. shipping
£5.99
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