Liqueurs & Aperitifs

Here is a seection of the Liqueurs & Aparitifs we try to keep in stock - we are always adding to and adjusting the range so it may be slightly different than shown.

La Fee Absinthe – 40% vol
NV is a modern twist on French absinthe - distilled with Grand Wormwood, Anise and Fennel.

Luxardo Limoncello – 27% vol
Bright and vibrant, with a zingy, sherbet lemon note on the tongue and a pleasant finish.

Chambord Raspberry Liqueur – 15.5% vol
Berry fruits are blended with French Cognac, extracts of Madagascan vanilla and other fragrant herbs to produce this silky, smooth black raspberry liqueur from the Loire Valley.

Pernod – 40% vol
The Spirit of France since 1805. In 1805, Henri-Louis Pernod first created what was to become the most celebrated spirit on the cafe terraces of 19th Century Paris. Many famous artists, painters, poets and writers discovered its charms and their works included several references to their taste for this new aperitif. The secret of Pernod's unique taste is well kept, but its flavour is derived from a distillation of star anise and aromatic plants and herbs.

Pimms – 25% vol
Pimm’s is the quintessential British summer drink with a rich history and tradition that spans almost 200 years.

Harveys Bristol Cream – 17.5% vol
At the start of the 1950s, Bristol Cream was the best selling sherry in the world – which in many markets it still is until this very day. It has been sold on such a massive scale that later the entire category of sweet / blended sherries was called Cream sherry (and not the other way round as you may think).

Tio Pepe – 15% vol
Wine of Spain. Uncompromisingly dry, refreshing and distinctive.

Cockburns Special Reserve Port – 20% vol
This full-bodied, well-rounded Special Reserve Port boasts rich red berry flavours and aromas, with a sweet finish and medium length. Slow ageing in oak barrels has given the wine a soft, smooth quality, with wood-aged notes.

Baileys Irish Cream – 17% vol
Baileys is the original and still the most-popular Irish cream liqueur worldwide. Over 2,000 glasses are enjoyed every minute around the globe. Drawing on Irish traditions and knowledge in distilling and dairy, the combination of triple-distilled Irish whiskey and rich, luxurious Irish cream took over four years to perfect.

Baileys Almande (Dairy & Gluten Free)– 13% vol
A delicious and light tasting spirit from Baileys made with real almondmilk. This smooth spirit blends the luscious, nutty flavors of real almondmilk and real vanilla to create a versatile drink. Serve over crushed ice or mix with coconut water for a delicious summer cocktail.
Our almondmilk is made from sweet almond oil and almond essence (extracted from crushed almonds), cane sugar and purified water with a touch of real vanilla. Baileys Almande is deliciously light tasting and best enjoyed over ice or in a chilled cocktail.

Cointreau Triple Sec Orange Liqueur - 40%
Cointreau is a 'triple-sec' liqueur made from sweet and bitter orange peels. An essential ingredient in Margaritas, Cosmopolitans, and many a classic cocktail, but very good on its own or over ice too.
Cointreau is produced in Angers, France. Cointreau Distillery was founded in 1849 by Edouard Cointreau, son of French confectioner Jean-Baptiste Cointreau. The Cointreau family sold the company to Remy Cointreau in 1990.

Disaronno – 28% vol
Disaronno makes the world's most popular Amaretto liqueur. Despite the almond flavour, it is actually distilled from apricot stones! First created in 1525.

Archers Peach Schnapps - 18%
The instantly recognisable elegant white frosted bottle, with the full flavours of fresh peach and a subtle sweet flavour, were a hit upon launch and Archers has since become one of the fastest growing spirited drinks.

Pimm's No 1 Cup - 25%
The quintessentially English summertime drink. We love Pimm's, and nothing better than a Number 1 cup on a hot summer's day,
For a twist, try topping with ginger ale.
Pimm's itself has a gin base, and offers subtle spices and citrus flavours. Delicious!

Martini Rosso - 15%
Martini Rosso is an iconic drink that almost needs no introduction. Martini Rosso Italian red vermouth was first created in 1863, with that same recipe having been passed down to each of the brand’s Master Herbalists who are sworn to secrecy. It’s made using over 50 herbs and spices including local wormwood, with the colour owing to natural caramel

Cinzano Bianco - 15%
A full bodied sweet vermouth from Italy, Cinzano Bianco makes for a great aperitif and is often served with lemonade.

Martini Extra Dry - 15%
Martini's Extra Dry Vermouth is a backbar favourite for a reason. Incredibly useful for all kinds of cocktails, and withstanding the test of time, this stuff will not disappoint.

Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge - 40%
The iconic signature expression from Grand Marnier, Cordon Rouge is a superb orange liqueur made with fine Cognac sourced from the region’s various crus, flavoured with the bitter essence of wild oranges. The blend is also matured in large oak vats for six months before it’s bottled, allowing the liquid the marry. It was created in 1880, and Cordon Rouge literally translates to ‘red ribbon’, so you can easily identify your favourite dumpy bottle.

Tia Maria - 20%
Tia Maria is a coffee liqueur that originated in Jamaica. It is named after the Spanish for "aunt", tía, and maría, meaning "bitter" or "gallant". The recipe for Tia Maria was created by Dr. Jager in 1938.
It is made with Blue Mountain coffee beans, Jamaican rum, sugar, vanilla, and spices.

Ouzo 12 - 38%
Ouzo is a Greek anise-flavoured liqueur. It is usually consumed as an after-dinner drink. ouzo has a strong, distinct flavour and aroma, and is usually served with water and ice.
Ouzo is made from distilled alcohol that is flavoured with aniseed, fennel, and other herbs and spices. The exact recipe for ouzo is a closely guarded secret, known only to the master distiller.
The name Ouzo comes from the Turkish word üzüm, meaning grape. Ouzo was first produced on the island of Lesbos in the early 19th century. Ouzo soon became popular all over Greece, and today it is one of the most iconic Greek drinks.
A classic Greek aniseed liqueur, produced originally by the Kaloynannis brothers. The legend is that those brothers made a multitude of different Ouzo recipes and found the one in Barrel Number 12 to be the best, hence the name.