Lamb & Watt
This is an antique bottling of King Fergus Scotch Liqueur, which we think was produced back in the 1960s by Lamb & Watt.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed… More info
Somerset Cider Brandy Co.
The Somerset Cider Co. blend the juice from the Kingston Black cider apple, one of the most renowned varieties of cider apple, along with their apple brandy to create this sweet aperitif. Light,… More info
Kokomo is a Caribbean drink with coconut flavour, not a wakamomo flavoured drink as we'd first hoped. What are wakamomos, you ask? Why they're early-picked Japanese peaches. Obviously. More info
Cherry liqueur from the people who brought us Lindisfarne Mead on the holy island of Lindisfarne. Using a combination of black and sour cherries, this liqueur is vibrant and rich, making it a fine… More info
A yummy cream liqueur from the folks behind Lindisfarne Mead. Previously known as Lindisfarne St. Aidan's Cream Liqueur, Lindisfarne Cream Liqueur is made with a mixture of Irish whiskey and dairy… More info
A sweet, subtly floral Damson liqueur from the makers of Lindisfarne Mead. They use gin from the St. Aidan's Winery on the holy island of Lindisfarne, with which they combine damsons from wild… More info
By compounding wild orchard sloes and gin from the St Aidan's Winery, the producers behind Lindisfarne Mead have created a rich, vibrant Sloe Liqueur. More info
A decadent Toffee Liqueur from the producers behind Lindisfarne Mead on the holy island of Lindisfarne. An excellent accompaniment to a sweet pudding, and it wouldn't be a big deal if some were to… More info
A peach flavoured liqueur from the holy island of Lindisfarne. To make it, they use pressed peaches soaked in spirit and sugar. It's a light, bright, summer evening tipple when enjoyed over ice or in… More info
Perfect splashed in champagne, in a long drink or simply enjoyed over ice, the Lindisfarne Wild Strawberry Liqueur is a real taste of the summer. To make it, the Lindisfarne producers take the juices… More info
Lord & Lady Muck
A gin-based liqueur from Lord & Lady Muck, featuring the intense flavours of rhubarb and ginger. Enjoy with tonic water, sip over ice or try to invent some sort of delicious rhubarb crumble cocktail. More info
Lord & Lady Muck
Am anise-flavoured liqueur from Kent spirit producer Lord and Lady Muck, best known for their toffee and vodka spirit drink. More info
A coconut flavoured rum liqueur from the Mahiki nightclub in London. Prince Harry's been there, you know. That's why they use a photo of him looking all harassed in their marketing material. The… More info
Gale Lister & Co
This is a bottle of Maldano Damson Cream Wine Aperitif that was produced back in the 1970s. No, we've got no idea either. Still very collectible though!
Please note that the label does not state… More info
The Tunbridge Wells Liqueur Company
A delicious bourbon-based liqueur, flavoured with the finest maple syrup Canada has to offer.
We've used a very high quality bourbon as the base for the liqueur and the taste combination is just so… More info
West Indian Imports
Monte Aguila is a bittersweet digestive liqueur from Jamaica, made with herbs and dominated by pimento (AKA Allspice). This was bottled by West Indian Imports in 1965. More info
Fancy "a blend of fine white wine and brandy with a hint of orange" in a bottle with an impossibly 1980s design? Well here you are! Here. You. Are. More info
St. George's Distillery
A blackberry and honey liqueur made with a base of malt spirit (new make) by The English Whisky Co. at St. George's distillery in Norfolk bottled at 19% abv. More info
St. George's Distillery
Norfolk Nog comes from the English Whisky Co., and is made by combining their English single malt whisky with cream. Rather tasty in the winter.
This is the 21% ABV bottling. More info
A brand new special edition from Pimm's flavoured with blackberry and elderflower. Mix 1 part Pimm's Blackberry & Elderflower with 2 parts lemonade and ice, then garnish with blackberries. New, shiny… More info
The quintessentially English summertime drink. We love Pimm's, and nothing better than a Number 1 cup on a hot summer's day, made with cucumber, lemon, strawberries, mint and good quality lemonade.… More info
The more festive version of Pimm's has a brandy base, as opposed to the standard gin base. This offers a spicier, warmer flavour. It is flavoured with orange, caramel and cinnamon, and is a great… More info
Vodka based twist on the gin based original, Pimm's No 1 Cup. There were originally six different cups, and only the number 6 and number 1 remain. The other 4 Cups included Scotch whisky, brandy, rum… More info
For when your garden parties are just a bit bigger than usual, here's a 1 litre bottle of the unmistakable British summertime drink, Pimm's No.1 Cup. Best stock up on lemonade, strawberries, orange,… More info
A 2015 addition to the selection of Pimm's flavours - Strawberry With a Hint Of Mint. Based on the classic Pimm's No.1 Cup, this brings the refreshingly juicy notes of British strawberries to the… More info