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1. Dilute with 7-8 parts soda water for old time tonic 2. Play around with added bitterness for cocktails 3. Have fun




Name a winter drink. Imagine it being spiced up and as sharply dressed as you’ve ever seen it. Blame this.


Add it to club soda for a refreshing spritz or combine with equal parts gin and Lillet to make a white Negroni.


Aged 15 years in ex Oloroso & Amontillado American oak, following the unique and complex Solera system. Sherry, toasted oak, and fruit notes.  


This is very old, dry, premium Sherry. The brilliant amber color, almond and pear aromas and flavors lead into a dry. tangy & amazingly long finish  


Served very cold w/ soda & a lemon peel it represents the traditional Italian aperitif. Mix it with vermouth and gin for a very smooth Negroni




Secret mountain recipe.


Hand-harvested alpine herbs mingle with ancient bitter roots and spicy dried fruits.


Clean and brilliantly clear. Floral. Notes of lemon cream. Light body with a soft warm texture and balanced mellow finish.


Before the Grappa you have the Sambuca. But after dessert.


Barr Hill Gin has just three simple ingredients: Grain for the spirit, Juniper for the Gin, and a touch of Honey for sweetness. It does not need anything e


This un-aged expression from the Highlands is one of its kind. Herbaceous and lime notes penetrate the senses. We cannot speak higher of this tequila.




Campari is still made according to the original recipe. Its negroni time!




Start living the Spritz lifestyle with ‘Il Specialino’.




Perfect for a Negroni.


Wine based Amaro. Cardoon and blessed thistle. Nice.


No turning back after this.


1. Billion. USD.




Using an ancient secret recipe known only to a few monks. Chartreuse is crafted from 130 herbs and spices.


Intense and develops fine aromas of orange peel, roasted and grilled bread, completed by notes of cinnamon. Savory roundness and seductive complexity in mo


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