Here you will find our selection of wonderful drinks, mixers and syrups/cordials. Included here is our range of Vintage Cocktails from the Handmade Cocktail company – cocktails which are mixed and allowed to ‘marry’ in the bottle – the result is a superb set of perfectly mixed cocktails which just require ice and a garnish to serve!
Next up, we have a sterling range of vermouths. Popular examples of these wine-based, herb-and-spice-flavoured concoctions include the classic Martini, Noilly Prat and Dubonnet. Vermouths are the cornerstone of many of the world’s best-loved cocktails (Manhattans and Martinis being supreme examples).
Dog C was released to mark 7 years of BrewDog beers. Cheers! Immensely rich and flavoursome, Dog C is an imperial stout which is brewed with cacao, coffee and Naga chilli. Spice and sweetness abound with plenty of interplay between the two - a bold mix of treacle toffee, molasses and chilli heat. Yes please.
From syrup maestros Monin comes a 1 litre bottle of their top quality Vanilla Syrup, great for puddings and coffees.
A sugar free hazelnut Monin syrup, suitable for coffee, cocktails and desserts.
Tarragon's not just for chicken any more. Monin have gone and made an intriguing syrup from the perennial herb. Experimental cocktail enthusiasts ought to be excited about this one...
Excellent quality sugar syrup from Monin, excellent for cocktails. It's certainly easier to use than stirring a sugar cube into whiskey for ages and ages when making a Sazerac. This is a 1 litre bottle.
From BrewDog's Abstrakt range comes Ab:17, a 'three coffee rye imperial porter', which is made with espresso in the mash, cafetiere in the boil and whole roast beans in the whirlpool and the fermenter. As you might expect, there's some coffee notes to this one. It's not just a blunt 'ka-pow' of coffee, however - there's subtle fruitiness, dense chocolate-y notes and classic coffee bitter hints throughout, all delivered on waves and waves of velvet richness.
Part of BrewDog's Hello My Name Is... series, Konnichiwa Kitsune takes inspiration from Japan and has been brewed with Yuzu, an intense citrus fruit which originated in East Asia, as well as with Amarillo, Cascade and Citra hops. A sweet, citrus-y, caramel-y double IPA from BrewDog.
A classic from BrewDog's selection of ace beers, the Brixton Porter is plenty chocolatey and rich, but that's not the only string on its bow - there's also lighter hints of orchard fruit and aromatic dark coffee brewing within. Top stuff.
This is a fragrant Rosemary flavoured syrup from Monin. Experimental bartenders will definitely want this in their armoury.
As useful in cocktail preparation, as it is in making a sweet dessert, this Macaroon Syrup from Monin is sweet and delicate with hints of almond throughout - just like a macaroon!