Founded in 1772, veuve clicquot has since lived by its motto, "only one quality, the finest". It was actually madame clicquot herself who created the very first blended rosé ever, over 200 years ago. Veuve clicquot rosé is based on the iconic yellow label blend, completed with 12% of red wine using red grapes, to bring strength and aromatic intensity, resulting in a burst of red fruits. On the nose: fresh red fruits (raspberry, wild strawberry, cherry, blackberry) leading to biscuity notes (almonds, apricots, brioche). On the palate: intense flavours of juicy ripe strawberries and cherries. Light pink in colour, light to medium body. Perfect for a special occasion or sunday brunch with family and friends.
All ingredients are curated from all over Wakayama prefecture, well-known as its high-quality Peach production. Used fully the juice and ingredients of Hakuou Momo which is well-known as the king of peach and one of the highest quality of Ume, Nanko-Bai. This is the masterpiece of the fruity peach and ume liquor. Also using high-quality Ume results in well-balanced sweetness and acidity.
Region: Speyside Strength: 40% Volume: 700ml The Glenlivet's 12 year old single malt, one of the most famous whiskies in the world, indtroducing many to the joys of Scotch whisky. It has a soft, fruity nose with notes of vanilla and sweet spice, leading onto the palate with more fruit flavours including green apple and pineapple. One of the truly iconic whisky's of the world.
Ketel One is distilled in Nolet Distillery, one of the oldest distilleries in Holland. The distillery was founded in 1691 by the Nolet family and has stayed with the Nolet family ever since. The distillery is over three hundred years old, located in Schiedam, Holland. Over eleven generations later the distillery still has its name on it. Carefully crafted from non-GMO European wheat, Ketel One Vodka is exceptionally smooth with a unique flavor and strong finish.
Region: Speyside Strength: 40% Volume: 700ml Named for Captain William who was informed of his inheritance of The Glenlivet distillery while deployed in France during WW1, this new whisky is fittingly finished in ex-cognac casks. Sweet and fruity to start, it builds to honeyed and apricot jam notes, with cinnamon bread and a subtle spicy liqourice note. The palate is succulent, with mandarins, ripe poached pears and flavours of chocolate coated raisins from the cognac casks.