Named for the year it was casked, Angostura 1919® is a light golden rum aged in charred, used bourbon oak casks and distilled in Angosturas multi-column continuous still. It was produced using the unique blending techniques developed by the Fernandes family in the 1800s, the same blend which was salvaged from charred casks from the fire in 1932.
An amazing blend of rums aged between 5 and 14 years, Angostura 1919® is a true Trinidadian rum, oaky on the palate, with exotic spices, vanilla, a hint of honey and dried fruits.
A luxury sipping rum that matches beautifully with desserts and chocolate.
Nose: Initially very spicy yuzu and tangerine aromas, followed by vanilla, marzipan and a delicate hint of flowers (roses, geraniums) followed by pepper, mint and herbs
Palate: a rich and round palate that initially follows the aromas on the nose. There are also hints of candied citrus fruits (yuzus, tangerines, limes) and waxy impressions of tropical fruits, along with almonds, plums, toffee, nutmeg and tea
Finish: the finish is very strong long and enthusiastic with hints of citrus fruits, herbs and vanilla as well as sweet spiced pastries
A truly versatile rum elevates familiar flavours with less conventional ingredients, to create a drink that is mellow, moreish, and refined. Notes of delicate chocolate, warm burnt orange and fragrant hints of vanilla with a long, buttery finish.
A Scottish gin which uses botanicals from Shetland including sea pink flowers from the cliff tops and meadowsweet flowers. Other botanticals include coriander, wild water mint, angelica root strain, which was introduced by the Vikings
Each lot of Ilegal Mezcal Reposado is aged to taste for 6 months, using a combination of new and used American oak, medium char barrels. Our barrels are sourced from Kelvin Cooperage, a family-run business since 1963.
Caramelized pear and bitter orange on the nose. Clove, butterscotch, and hints of vanilla on the palate.
After a series of small batch releases, the team at Ardnamurchan are now satisfied they can make a 'core' release at a consistent level to now do away with the codes that were featured on previous releases.
So moving forward we will have AD/ as an ongoing release, with a brilliant balance of soft, slightly sweet smoke, bracing sea air and rich, full fruity notes. For such complexity to be present in what is still relatively young spirit is a stunning achievement, and the team should feel so proud of what that are producing.
The Ardnamurchan Distillery is the most Westerly distillery on the mainland of Scotland, sitting on a remote fifty square mile penisula with a single track road being the only access.
Made from bitter blue oranges from the island of Curacao. Really? No. It's made from Laraha Fruit, which is like an orange, but smaller and with little to no sweetness. The spirit is dyed blue before bottling. No idea why.
Born from the traditions of two legendary mezcaleros, Mezcal Creyente Joven is a blend of two extraordinary mezcals from the Oaxaca, Mexico regions of Tlacolula and Yautepec, creating a perfect union and a mezcal that you simply have to taste to believe.
Made with 8 year old agave Espadin by mezcalero Doroteo Garcia in Tlacolula, Oaxaca. Agaves cooked in an underground oven using ocote, holm oak, and peppertree which give the mezcal it's smokiness. This mezcal is has notes of grass, soft smoke, and fresh peach. Label designed by Mexican artists