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De Luze XO Fine Champagne Cognac

Floral notes of spring Jasmine, medlar flowers combine with notes of ripe fig, prunes, candied orange and creme brulée, as well as spicier notes of warm brioche and toasted oak. Mellow, generous, refined and elegant on the palate, with a rich, very long finish.De Luze XO Fine Champagne is superb on ice.

Martell VSOP Cognac

A smooth and mellow cognac that is a true cocktail of aromas, at once fresh, rounded and woody.

Merlet de Pêche de Vigne Peach Liqueur Non-Vintage

Martell VSOP Red Barrel

A balanced cognac, marked by an oaky taste. Its time spent ageing in a barrel infuses it with complex aromas along with notes of caramelised dried fruits and prunes. This tone adds a number of rich qualities to a cocktail.

Hennessy X O Non-Vintage

Fair Organic Coffee Liqueur

Unlike other coffee liqueurs, FAIR. Cafe is produced from only the finest, hand-selected Fairtrade Certified Organic and 100% Arabica coffee beans. These are grown in the mountains of Huatusco, Mexico. Organic raw sugar is sourced from Malawi in Africa and is harvested through a cooperative of 300 independent farmers. FAIR. Cafe Liqueur is the lowest sugar content coffee liqueur on the Australian market, with only 9% sugar.Together with the Mexican farmers, FAIR. choses only the best rated beans for their coffee liqueur. Harvested and transported to the region of Cognac as green beans, they are then roasted and ground at the distillery, just before preparing the liqueur. This is the best way to preserve the freshness of the aromas.

Hennessy Paradis Rare

Merlet Apricot Brandy Non-Vintage


Jean Fillioux, a semi artisan producer of cognacs from the very special Golden Triangle of the Grande Champagne region, itself the very best origin for cognacs, is listed in the 10 top trending brands by Drinks International. It should not be regarded as a magnificent achievement since the rest of the group is mostly the usual suspects, the well known very “commercial “ brands. However, it is proof that small artisan producers are being noticed for their superior quality, by even, the large mass of non-connoisseurs more attuned to the Big Houses of Cognac. To celebrate, Jean Fillioux has reserved for Cerbaco a barrel of their 1992 vintage just bottled as a Special Cerbaco Label. Vintage cognacs are as rare as hen’s teeth, even more so from the best part of Grand Champagne, and 1992, freshly bottled, perfectly proves the superiority and individuality of artisan production. Harvested and distilled in 1992, this Cognac was matured in a French recent loose grain oak cask, in a cool damp cellar. Tasting Notes: Nose: Fresh and floral on the nose with citrus fruit, syrupy apples and refined orchid tones. Palate: Round and complex palate with beeswax, ripe plum, candied orange and chocolate. Finish: Long and lively finish with persistent aromas of baked pastry, light spices, and cherry.

Cognac Frapin Extra Grande Champagne Non-Vintage

The Extra is a blend of the Frapin family reserves, with an average barrel age of 40-50 years. Frapin sources its fruit for this fine Cognac from their family vineyards in the heart of Grande Champagne, the finest terroir in Cognac. Frapin utilizes dry-cellar aging for the Extra, allowing a higher percentage of water evaporation percentage relative to alcohol, leading to a more refined, elegant Cognac. The Extra shows complex cigar box characters, showing a sweet and complex velvety texture with layers of spice, roasted nuts and dried figs.