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The Kraken Black Spiced Rum

The Kraken Rum is an imported rum from the Caribbean blended with 13 secret spices . Named for the sea beast of myth and legend, The KRAKEN RUM is a strong, rich, black and smooth rum that's aged in barrels for 24 months to impart classic dark rum flavours of cinnamon, ginger and clove.

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The Kraken Spiced Rum

Named after a sea beast of myth and legend, The Kraken is unique Caribbean black spiced rum. Enriched with exotic spice notes of ginger, cinnamon and clove. The rich black colour takes its hue from the mysterious ink with which, as legend has it, The Kraken, a beast of epic proportions, covered its prey. While the smooth taste of the Kraken Rum lends itself to be enjoyed as sipping rum, it also tastes great as a key ingredient in a number of rum based cocktails, such as a traditional Kraken & Cola.

Jim Beam Black Double Serve Bourbon & Cola

The name that is synonymous with Bourbon, Jim Beam, is mixed with Cola to a recipe that has been pleasing drinkers for many years. This is more of the quality Bourbon and less cola for Jim Beam lovers!

Sheep Dog Peanut Butter Whiskey

Rich peanut butter flavor with whiskey contributing hints of butterscotch, caramel latte, and hazelnut

Maker's Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky

Maker's Mark is a unique and full-flavoured, hand-made Bourbon, made using the old-style sour-mash method and sealed with the iconic red wax.

Jim Beam White Label Bourbon

Originally distilled in 1795, Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is an icon. Distilled using only the finest products, Jim Beam continues to be at the top of its class today.

Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey

Gentleman Jack gets its unique mellow smoky flavour from being twice filtered through charcoal as opposed to the regular single filtration for Jack Daniels. The Whiskey is then aged and filtered again before bottling.

7K Distillery Amante Spiritus - Lover's Spirit

Amante Spiritus (or if you don't speak Latin, Lover's Spirit) is an invigorating mixture of vapour-distilled anise botanicals and locally harvested elderberries. These ingredients combine to create a harmonious taste that is rich on the palate, bringing a sweet and sensuous experience with each sip. Flaunting a deep, ruby red hue, Amante Spiritus is not to be mistaken for a sweet liqueur. This spirit is a carefully balanced blend that requires a delicate pairingand as the name implies, it should certainly be enjoyed in the company of a lover. Whether you enjoy it as an aperitif, an after dinner spirit, or even blended in the perfect cocktail, Amante Spiritus holds no bounds in its usefulnessthough we can vouch for simply pouring it on the rocks with a hint of lime, then slipping into the tub with your main squeeze.

Cazadores Anejo Tequila

Cazadores Añejo Tequila (meaning aged) spends at least a year in new American oak barrels, creating a golden liquid with agave flavours complimented with cinnamon, vanilla, nuts and peppery, smoked wood. Enjoy the customary smooth finish that makes Cazadores Añejo Tequila perfect for sipping neat.

Michter's US*1 Single Barrel Straight Rye Whiskey

On a short list the most desirable, super premium American whiskeys, Pappy Van Winkle is usually near the top – if you can find it. But there’s another name in town: “Michter’s”, with roots going back to the 18th century. For scarcity, reputation and market value, Michter’s is now outdoing Van Winkle on every score. The ultra-aged releases are periodic and therefore actually far rarer than Pappy’s which are annual. Many consider older Michter's superior to the equivalent Van Winkles, especially if you prefer your whiskey to not be overly oaky. To top it off, a Michter’s 25 Year Old Rye has reached $8000 / bottle. Or there’s a 25 Year old for US $10,000 at Wally’s Liquor in the States. Take your pick. That’s the direction this brand is headed. The modern Michter’s was created in the 1950s (then owner, Lou Forman combined his son’s names – Michael & Peter). Later in 1989, the company declared bankruptcy, abandoning the original Pennsylvania operation. In the 1990s, two entrepreneurs filed for the Michter’s trademark and relocated the brand in Louisville, Kentucky. The “New” Michter’s whiskeys come with a swag of 5 Star / Highest Recommendations from respected critics that’s confirmed by a strong following amongst bartenders (now number two in top-trending American whiskey brands globally). There are four tiers in the range - which is a little confusing at first. The "US*1" expressions are the entry level, so named to honour Michter’s heritage, harkening back to America’s first whiskey company in 1753. Then come the limited releases (toasted barrel finishes and cask strength), then the age statements, and finally, there's a selection of ultra-aged 25 year old+ super limited bottlings. Master Distiller, Pam Heilmann, has extensive experience including time as manager at Booker Noe Distillery in Boston and 15 years with Beam Global. She’s helped out by Andrea Wilson, whose role is Master of Maturation. These ladies are very specific about the seasoning and toasting regimes of the wood they employ. They toast barrels before charring, which helps to make the wood’s sugars more accessible. They insist on barreling at a lower proof (103 instead of the standard 125), a practise which is claimed to get the sugars in oak to dissolve more readily into the distillate as it cycles in and out of the wood. Chill filtration is undertaken but customised to each whiskey's style. All Michter’s whiskeys are either ‘single barrel’ or ‘small batch’. Because “Small batch” is not a legally defined term in US whiskey regulation, many respected “small batch” brands are actually composed from hundreds or thousands of barrels, which helps to ‘lose’ sub-quality barrels in the blend. At Michter’s, the maximum “small batch” size is twenty full barrels. It explains why Heilmann and Wilson are more than a little fanatical about quality control, and you can sense it in the taste. Tasting note: [Lot L146456 tasted] Brassy gold. Opening aroma is peppery and true to style with lovely whiffs of dark rye bread; Further air contact draws out wax, dried apple, cinnamon and vanilla. Third pass finds suggestions of herbal tea - think peppermint and chamomile. Great complexity. A somewhat hollow entry leads into a powerful, peppery rye attack with ryvita biscuit, dried apple and peppermint tea flavours carried by vibrant spices. Hints of vanilla and toffee apple in the drying fade. Solid, text-book styled rye. 42.4% Alc./Vol.

Wild Turkey Bourbon

Wild Turkey is a genuine Kentucky Bourbon, matured in new charred white oak barrels to give it's unique smoothness. Best consumed neat to appreciate it's character; can also be consumed on ice or as a mixer generally with cola or dry ginger ale. Available here in the larger format 1L bottle, perfect for that home bar.