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crystal head (canada)  £6.75

created by dan aykroyd to be the purest of vodkas. filtered through herkimer diamonds, this spirit has received critical acclaim. resoundingly pure at heart – from the high quality grain to the pristine waters of newfoundland

chase (england) £5.30

a mild creamy quality and a note of almonds; the sensation is smooth and entirely luxurious, inducing barely a rasp in the back of the throat; englands first and only potato vodka

belvedere (poland)  £4.90

silky and smooth, with a crisp freshness and light finish

cariel vanilla vodka (sweden)  £4.00

extremely light golden hue from natural vanilla with a powerful nose and tantalsingly flowery vanilla with a hint of burned hazlenut and a moderate sweet aftertaste

grey goose (france)  £4.00

a sweet, light vodka with citrus notes, made from french winter wheat and spring water


death’s door (usa) £6.65

double-distilled and hand cut resulting in a spirit that’s smooth and rich with subtle notes of vanilla

hoxton gin – grapefruit and coconut (england) £3.90

hoxton takes classic juniper flavours and adds something exotic. distilled with coconut and grapefruit for a unique and smooth gin

aviation (usa) £5.00

rich, floral and savoury notes of lavender, cardamom and sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity and freshness of the pacific northwest

sacred (england) £5.00

twelve organically sourced botanicals are macerated with the highest quality english grain spirit and then distilled separately in glassware under vacuum.

portobello road (england) £3.70

a generous slug of juniper, the mid palate has a sustained, fresh citrus character from their use of lemon, bitter orange and coriander


goslings family reserve old rum (bermuda) £7.00

ultimate sipping rum; it is rested in oak barrels, aged until it has acquired an extra luscious, nuanced complexity much like a rare scotch or cognac

ron zacapa (guatemala) £6.75

widely acknowledged to be one of the world’s best-tasting rums, with flavours of honeyed butterscotch, spiced oak and raisined fruit thanks to maturation in the guatemalan highlands

kraken (caribbean) £3.70

named for the legendary sea monster, kraken is a blend of caribbean rums with an extraordinarily spicy flavour that will suit fans of rich, navy-style rum

el dorado 12 (guyana) £6.95

lush tropical fruit aromas with hints of honey and dark sugar. this special reserve rum is full bodied with rich flavours of oak, citrus fruits and cinnamon spiced vanilla

elements eight [e]8 gold (st. lucia) £4.95

a modern rum of excellent quality which has a honeyed sweetness and dark, dried fruit flavour. tropically aged for six years in buffalo trace bourbon barrels

havanna club añejo 7 anos (cuba) £3.90

dark, rich and complex with a good balance between sweet vanilla and toasty oak. a sophisticated and deservedly popular rum to enjoy after dinner, on its own

diplomático añejo (venezuela) £3.80

spicy and rich, a delight to sip straight. medium bodied with flavours of malt, vanilla, sweet spice, and a touch of mocha

bacardi oakheart (puerto rico) £3.50

rich and oaky on the nose, with hints of smoke and dried fruit

mount gay eclipse (barbados) £3.30

well rounded rum with hints of nuts, molasses and oak



auchentoshan 3 wood (lowland) £6.50

matured in three different cask types; this whisky is rich and complex with incredible toffee and sherry oak flavours



the driest of islay malts, and an established classic. powerful peaty flavours offset by sweet sherry aromas with a long drawn out finish £6.00dd.


the singleton £5.50

warming and pleasant, starting with sweetness and crunchy nuts, then smooth fruity richness

the glenlivet £5.10

a malt of unmatched quality. full and rich with creamy anilla toffee, fudge notes and aniseed with a touch of oak

glenfiddich £4.20

complex and elegantly rounded with notes of fresh pear and subtle oak


ardbeg £6.25

a whirlwind of peat and complex malty flavours, this is an exuberant, in-your-face whisky to be cherished

talisker £6.00

this whisky has a smokey nose and the sweet maltiness is perfectly complimented by its spicy, long finish

glenmorangie £4.20

light, delicate and floral with a subtle smokiness for a well balanced, fresh and aromatic flavour

laphroaig £4.65

one of the most distinctive of all malt whiskies. its palate is smokey with a long aftertaste. if you like islay smokey whiskies, then you’ll love this one


hedonism, compass box £6.50

elegant flavours of vanilla cream, toffee and coconut

the peat monster, compass box £5.00

a big, peaty and smoky malt with great depth and complexity

nikka, from the barrel (japan) 51.4% £5.00

matured malt whisky and grain whisky are blended and then re-casked in a process known as ‘marriage’, creating a rich harmony of distinctly different whiskies

monkey shoulder £4.00

triple malt is catching the attention of the country’s leading bartenders for its smooth and rich qualities, making it ideal for mixing as well as drinking in the more traditional way


blantons gold £7.25

a superb single barrel bourbon, bottled at cask strength. blanton’s gold is distilled from a mash bill of corn, rye and malted barley

sazerac rye £4.95

smooth, medium bodied; has a rye sweetness and spiciness, with hints of fruit and pepper

gentleman jack £4.60

a private and secret recipe created by mr. jack himself. charcoal mellowed twice, once before and once after it is aged in charred oak barrels. the result is extremely smooth and full-bodied with fruit and spices and a warm silky finish

buffalo trace £4.50

brown sugar, spice, wood, leather, toffee, fruit; long dry finish

woodford reserve £4.50

triple distilled in copper pot-stills, the time-honoured method of production; balance of smokey flavours and more subtle vanilla notes

maker’s mark £4.10

currently the only operating bourbon distillery to make whisky in batches of less than 19 barrels – the traditional standard for small batch whisky. light elegant with a deep sweetness and nutty, chocolatey finish


ruby dum, niepoort £3.75 / £19.95 ½ bottle

fresh vibrant aroma of dark fruits which follow through on the palate. great on its own, with chocolate or soft cheese

tawny dee, niepoort £3.75 / £19.95 ½ bottle

delicate nutty aromas and a hint of dried fruits. very well balanced with a youthful fruity, luscious character with a long spirity finish

infantado 10 y.o tawny £5.50

flavours of dry fruits and hints of citrus fruits

taylor’s £5.25

dense, ripe fruit flavours of raspberry and blueberry

cockburn’s £3.50

aged in oak barrels and blended to produce a fruity, youthful fortified wine


maxime trijol grande champagne xo £10.00

remarkably rich and aromatic with hints of liquorice and touches of vanilla with a very smooth, soft finish

maxime trijol grande champagne vsop £5.00

classic grande champagne style with orange blossom, spice and caramel with a great level of refinement for a vsop – a must try!

hennessy xo £15.00

powerful and masculine; deep amber colour with a rich full taste; woody, spicy aromas

hennessy fine de cognac £5.85

elegant and floral, with a light, delicate touch; hints of orange, lemon, spice and honey

janneau armagnac £5.00

aged for at least 7 years; hint of vanilla to the layers of fruit

rèmy martin vsop £4.40

delicate and elegant; perfect mix of aromas: fruit, cigar box & spice


patrón xo café £4.80

an extraordinary blend of ultra premium blue agave tequila and the natural essence of the finest coffee. drier and stronger than most coffee liqueurs, it avoids being overly sweet and provides a silky smooth finish. served chilled

amalfi limoncello tosolini £3.50

all-natural limoncello, made from lemons harvested from the amalfi coast, considered to be the best area for the lemons, served chilled

tosolini grappa en frassino barrique £5.50

incredibly popular in its country of origin, this an italian “pomace” brandy, made from the pulp and skin of grapes is very crisp and clean

strega £4.00

bright yellow in colour, due to the inclusion of saffron, this italian liqueur is made from a blend of over 70 herbs and spices from europe, central america and the orient

benedictine d.o.m. £3.50

an original benedictine recipe centuries old, with 27 herbs and spices. aromas of fruit, cloves, cardamorn and liquorice mingle with honey and butterscotch

frangelico £3.40

legendary italian hazlenut liqueur whose rich texture displays pronounced but delicate hazelnut flavours with vanilla and dark chocolate hints


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