The House of Hine draws its identity from the heart of two Premier Crus (in a region where Crus number just six): the Grande Champagne and the Petite Champagne. Since 1962, the House of Hine has been awarded a Royal Warrant by Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, and remains the only official supplier of cognac to the British monarchy.
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The natural bitterness of Grapefruit zest mingled with Gentian. You’ll find an endless variety of uses for this age-old flavor, now with a modern twist. Scrappy’s was founded on the simple idea that bitters could be made better. By selecting ingredients possible and holding every batch to the same impeccable standards, they deliver a bolder, [...]
Hails from a collaboration between the renowned bartender Giancarlo Mancino and his American partner, Fasel Shenstone. A homage and a challenge to the aperitivi traditions of Piedmont, this beautiful orange bitter aperetivo is built on years of research and uses only the finest and freshest botanicals. The result is a bitter aperetivo that neither overwhelms [...]
Los Siete Misterios Mezcal is inspired by the habits and traditions of the Mexican culture, as well as the passion of its people who have helped to enhance the product. Established in 2010, its a 100% Mexican Company that aims to rescue the Mezcal tradition and the micro-economy of the rural cultures that produce it. [...]
The House of Hine draws its identity from the heart of two Premier Crus (in a region where Crus number just six): the Grande Champagne and the Petite Champagne. Since 1962, the House of Hine has been awarded a Royal Warrant by Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, and remains the only official [...]
Chase Distillery is Britain’s first single-estate distillery. The potatoes utilized in the making of William’s Extra dry Gin is all grown in their own farm in Herefordshire. William Chase, the founder is often heard talking about the provenance of William’s Gin and he believes that it is the rich, red Hereford soil and our Single-estate [...]
Seville oranges are a classic winter citrus. With more depth and complexity than a tradisional orange, Scrappy’s Seville Orange Bitters is reminiscent of marmalade and comforting winter spices with subtle floral notes. Made from fresh Seville orange peel, this Biters is hyper-seasonal, and is perfect bitters for your holiday food and beverage applications. Scrappy’s was [...]
Citadelle Gin exudes delicate aromas of fresh flowers highlighted by more assertive citric scents. Once served, it emanates more intense, herbaceous notes of juniper and anise; then, the spicy cinnamon side softens the nose, bringing a very gourmand dimension to the gin. On the palate, the juniper cedes to a long, voluptuous, spicy fragrance. But while Citadelle offers complete aromatic richness, its three character traits remain: Juniper, its signature, the key base of Citadelle Citrus, the complementary note that underlines the juniper Exotic, offering an additional level of enjoyment with touches of pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon. Beautifully balanced, it is elegant, soft and and long in the mouth, with an alcohol content of 44%. A perfect equilibrium between intensity and finesse. Citadelle has won more than 60 medals, among them “Spirit of the Year” at the 2017 World Spirit Awards as well as “World’s Best Gin” and “Gin Grand Master” in London. Its bottle hasn’t escaped attention either; it was awarded a gold medal at the Spirits Design Master 2017.