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Prohibition premixed Gin & Tonic in a can is the ultimate quality G&T packed for ultimate convenience. The recipe is a combination of award-winning Original Gin with a premium dry tonic and a subtle twist of orange ?garnish? in a ready-to-drink format.


Prohibition premixed Gin & Tonic in a can is the ultimate quality G&T packed for ultimate convenience. The recipe is a combination of award-winning Original Gin with a premium dry tonic and a subtle twist of orange ?garnish? in a ready-to-drink format.


EXTREMELY LIMITED! Prohibition’s Mother’s Day Gin combines a lush nose of fresh berries and flowers. Bright pomegranate is intertwined by robust raspberry and vanilla on the palate, giving mouthfeel and finesse. Piney juniper, fragrant rose, hibiscus and lavender, in harmony with sunrise lime & riverland lemon zest balance this special drop. Bold yet refined, this gin balances delicate flavours in unapologetically vibrant ways.


PLC has aged a 60% expression of their original gin in custom coopered barrels which formerly held American bourbon, then most recently Barossa Valley Shiraz - recharged and now giving new life to this shiraz barrel-aged gin. This overproof blush coloured spirit is soft and silky with a gentle shiraz note and rich oaked rye back-note. It's punchy, yet still maintains the vanilla and floral notes.


This gin complements the rough seas, celebrating our juniper-based spirit's naval heritage. A nose of salty ocean breeze gives way to notes of native lime interplayed by seagrass. A combination of juniper distilled through maceration and vapour infusion creates a melody of depth and mouthfeel. Sweetness and elevated texture are provided by macadamia and vanilla. The lifted finish is stormed by ginger, grapefruit peel and salt as the drink takes sail, three sheets to the wind.


This style offers more ?heat? and intensity on the palate and an opportunity to create a variation on the parent gin expression by emphasizing one or more of the botanicals. To be clear: it is not a clone of the original gin, these are new expressions in their own right. This lends itself to sipping on ice. Surprisingly it is pale in colour and light in body. Delicate aromatics, with star anise and orris root making their presence known.


Biannual seasonal gins made with distillates of botanicals harvested in the first six months of the year. This edition is a citrus delight, featuring lemon thyme, lemon verbena, and lemon balm giving a suggestion of sherbet zestiness with an extensive finish within multiple citrus driven layers.


Officially the world's most innovative spirit: Cambridge Distillery's Anty Gin is the result of a collaboration with the visionary thinkers of the Nordic Food Lab, and is the very first gin in the world to be made from insects. Each bottle of Anty Gin contains the essence of approximately 62 red wood ants, along with hand-foraged botanicals including juniper, wild wood avens and nettle that complement the sharp citrus notes created by distilling the ants.


Innovatively distilled to preserve the full flavour of the truffle, Truffle Gin achieves a flavour profile more usually associated with mature spirits, and is a complex and well-balanced spirit of unparallelled depth and complexity.


Bright, herbaceous, beautifully rounded and exquisitely refreshing, this gin captures the quintessential taste of the English seasons.


Japanese Gin is made using six botanicals: juniper, shiso leaf, sesame seeds, cucumber, sansho and yuzu: each distilled individually in a vacuum, then blended together for exceptional purity of flavour. Serve long with an equally delicate tonic, and garnish with a fan of crisp green apple.



This particular offering is produced on traditional coffey column stills from fresh blue sugar cane juice. It is then rested in stainless steel vats for six months. During this time the distillate is reduced down to the final abv of 50%. Very grassy, very vegetal on the nose. Big notes of sweet sugar cane. Sipping this rum is a very intense experience. It?s not as sweet as the nose with some very pungent medicinal notes. A touch of cough mixture. It?s very grassy and very zesty. Bitter-sweet combo.


A 2002 vintage Clement Rhum Agricole from Martinique, bottled in April 2019 after almost two decades of maturation. Aromas of eucalyptus, spicy oak, mango and banana fill the nose, complemented by notes of pecans, peaches and toasty oak on the palate.


Saint Lucia Distillers, the owner of Charmain's Reserve, distilled, blended and bottled this white rum on the Caribbean island nation. Unusually for a white rum, it was aged like the rest of Chairman's Reserve rums, but it was then filtered to remove the colour. Lime zest, sweet raisin and boiled sweets all over the palate.


Cl?ment 10 year old Rhum Agricole has been distilled from fresh pressed sugarcane juice and aged a minimum of 10 years in a combination of virgin and re-charred oak barrels, yielding an exceptional aged Agricole Rhum with unique characteristics of cinnamon and vanilla. The nose reveals aromatic intensity of raw wood, dried spice and toasted fruit, leading to warm bakery flavors that carry through to an unimaginably lengthy finish.


A simply stunning Rhum Agricole from one of our all time favourite rum distilleries. This particular bottling is a beautiful 1970 vintage, bottled in 1991. The rhum spent 15 years in large 200 litre barrels in Clement?s large maturation cellars, before being moved to smaller French oak casks for 6 years, resulting in a marvelous concentration of flavor. On the nose, the rum serves up deep, sugared fruits, with pineapple and mango particularly at the fore. The palate is consistent with the nose, but adds flavours of almonds, tobacco smoke and a slightly floral edge. The finish is long, with a strong toasted oak note and lingering sweetness. One of the all-time great bottlings from this distillery.


Clement VSOP is a rhum agricole, matured for a year in virgin French oak barrels, before a three maturation in re-charred bourbon barrels. This was awarded a Gold by the Beverage Tasting Institute and also received 96 points out of a possible 100 from Wine Enthusiast. Light in body, but nonetheless spiced and warming. Crisp fruits, plenty of oak, orchard fruits. Ends on apple peels, spice and toffee.


This Martinique rhum agricole from Clement is a premium release for the brand, featuring vintages that date back to the 1970s and even one that goes back to the 1950s, among other younger vintages. As you might expect, the resulting blend marries an array of aromatic, decadent notes with sweet, spicy tones. Drying oak richness sits at its core, surrounded by dried fruits and light smoke.


On 2nd May 2007 a great fire ravaged St Lucia Distillers distillery, destroying much of the storage buildings. The result of this was the distillers had to find new storage locations for their casks, in all manner of places. They forgot the location of some of the casks, only to find them recently, and it turned out the rum they found was sublime...From a PR standpoint, it was a piece of good fortune, very lucky indeed.


Rich dark amber in color, typical pot still richness comes through the aromas carried by whiffs of cooked banana, caramelized fruits and spicy oak derived vanilla. A well-balanced mid-palate provides structure around flavors of chocolate, golden raisin, tobacco and clove, which dissipates over a long creamy finish.


Clement Shrubb is a liqueur based on unaged and six-year-old Clement Martinique Agricole rum which is blended and then aged with orange peels in 250-litre oak casks for a year. The resulting blend is sweetened with cane syrup prior to bottling. Pale amber. Orange zest, acacia honey, white pepper and freshly cut grass on the nose. Rich palate, long grassy finish.



Bold and intense aromas of freshly ground roasted coffee beans, coffee oil and burnt toffee. Intense flavours of ristretto with bitter oily coffee and earthy tones of anise and spices, that linger through to a long and bold coffee finish.


A warm and toasty fragrance of malted barley, cereal grains, roasted almonds and aromatic oils. An initial burst of grainy sweetness followed by a long and warming finish, with notes of butterscotch, star anise and bush honey.


A warm and toasty fragrance of malted barley, cereal grains, roasted almonds and aromatic oils. An initial burst of grainy sweetness followed by a long and warming finish, with notes of butterscotch, star anise and bush honey.


Deep scents of cocoa nibs, dark chocolate truffles, sweet liquorice root and hints of browned cocoa butter. Intense and layered flavours of deep dark chocolate, cocoa dust and fudge brownie with hints of raisins and dates, that build to a warm and long bittersweet cocoa finish.



Released for Càrn Mòr's Celebration of the Cask range, this is a 23 year old Strathmill single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a single bourbon barrel. It was distilled in October 1992 and bottled in March 2019 at a generous 53.8% ABV. Only 234 bottles were produced.


A Càrn Mòr bottling of Benrinnes, part of its Celebration of the Cask series. It was distilled on 20 September 1995 and bottled at 22 years old from a single hogshead on 1 August 2018. Rather than the heavily sherried drams the distillery is best known for, this is a gentle and floral whisky with notes of nuts and orchard fruit.


Formerly known as Scottish Highland, Bruadar is a Scottish malt whisky liqueur flavoured with honey and sloe berries. Bruadar is the Scottish Gaelic word for "dream", and this dreamily smooth liqueur is wonderfully well balanced without being overly sweet. Honeyed, rich nose with floral aromas, hints of porridge oats and berry fruit.


Glen Ord 2012 Bourbon Barrel from the Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited Edition Range. This whisky was distilled in the Highlands in the Black Isle to the North West of Inverness. The result is a whisky with hints of creamy vanilla, tinned peaches and cocoa powder. Limited to 495 bottles from two casks.


A 1996-vintage Glenrothes from Carn Mor, bottled as part of the Celebration of the Cask range. Distilled on 23 October 1996 and bottled from a single butt on 1 October 2018. It might be a from a butt, but sherry-cask character is controlled, letting Glenrothes fruit and spice out.


Sweet and sour malt on the nose. Some heat too, complemented by an herbal twist. White pepper and crushed herbs on the palate. Thyme and a touch of lavender meet malt porridge and a twist of citrus. Sweetness comes into focus on the finish - lots of banana, soft brown sugar, butter tarts and coconut.


A perfect summertime dram which is quite sweet on both nose and taste. Nose of marzipan, toffee, burnt caramel and vanilla. Some spice comes into focus in the mouth - pepper and paprika. The palate is quite soft, not overly complex, but superbly enjoyable.


Morrison & MacKay's Old Perth range expanded in late 2015 with the introduction of a Peaty expression and one produced with whiskies aged in Sherry casks (the bottle you see before your eyes right now). A pleasantly Sherried blended malt from the Old Perth selection, which is a tribute to the splendid city of Perth in Scotland.


A somewhat youngish Mortlach out of PX sherry casks. Pungent nose with hints of cream & butter tarts. Evolves over time. On the palate, this single malt is immediately dry with notes of burnt caramel, raisins, walnuts, prunes and a bit of praline. Long & smooth finish of dark chocolate. Delicate, but dry.



Deep amber. Aromas of hazelnut, pecan pie, dark chocolate, grapes, caramel and blackberry. Rich texture on the palate, where the sweet spices really come out. Perfect as a blending partner in cocktails. This blend received 93/100 points in the 2019 Ultimate Spirits Challenge.