Jack Daniels

This is America's top selling premium distilled spirit, and the most popular American spirit in the world.

 Jack Daniels Single Barrel

This is America's top selling premium distilled spirit, and the most popular American spirit in the world0

Jim Beam

Produced in Kentucky, America. It is light amber in colour. It has a corn fragrance with a hint of smokiness. Mixed with Cola it is a great party drink.

  Jim Beam Black

Fully imported from the USA it is dark amber in colour, with a bouquet of pleasant smoky oak. It has a very rich, deep flavoured palate. Smooth and mature on the palate.

 Jim Beam Small Batch

Small batch hand picked for its superior taste.

 Southern Comfort

It is a smooth and delicious full bodied liquor with a hint of sweetness and a rich amber colour. Enjoy neat or on the rocks, or with a variety of mixers.

  Wild Turkey

Americas leading super premium bourbon, Wild Turkey is a Kentucky straight whisky renowned for its unmatched excellence

 Bulleit Bourbon

Premium Kentucky straight Bourbon Whiskey. Gold medal winner at San Francisco Spirit awards.

 Crown Royal Whisky Bourbon

Complex yet restrained with depth and a subtle charm. Poached pear, peach, creamy toffee/sweet vanilla and hint of light rye notes, lemon nut and hickory.

 Gentleman Jack

 Heaven Hill

Heaven Hill is charcoal filtered and aged for 4 years in new oak barrels to produce a smooth, mild and mellow flavour.

 McKenna Bourbon

Mckenna Bourbon will greet you with fantastic rich bourbon aroma with honey, spice and a hint of caramel with a beautiful and traditional amber colour.The feel is silky smooth, mellow and inviting.

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 Hpnotiq Liqueur

A blend of vodka, cognac and tropical fruit juice. Unique and irresistibly different. 17% ABV.

 Baileys Mint Chocolate

 Baileys Creme Caramel


 Chartreuse Green

This 132 secret herb recipe made by Monks in France is great over ice, in cocktails or mixed with juices

 Chartreuse Yellow


Dramblue is clear to medium brown in colour, It has an aroma of complex, herbal aromatics witha hint of wood. It is not too sweet, with herbal and fine old matured wood flavours. It has a lovely long lasting finish


This legendary liqueur is distilled from oranges to create a refreshing aromatic spirit.

프랑스에서 오렌지 껍질로 만든 리큐어.

쿠앵트로(cointreau)는 오렌지 껍질로 만든 무색의 프랑스산 리큐어로서 도수는 40%(proof 80)이다. 쿠앵트로는 일명 오렌지술이라고도 하는데, 화이트 큐라소(white curacao) 중에서는 최고급품으로 단맛이 강하며 부드러운 맛과 향 때문에 케이크나 디저트를 만들 때 널리 이용되고 있다. 1849년 아돌프 쿠앵트로(Adolphe Cointreau)에 의해 프랑스에서 만들기 시작하였으며, 그 후 쿠앵트로 집안의 형제들에 의해 만들어졌으나 제조 방법이 노출되어 미국에서도 만들고 있다.

 Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge

코냑에 오렌지 향을 가미한 프랑스산 리큐어.

1827년부터 생산되기 시작한 그랑 마니에르(grand marnier)는 3~4년 숙성한 코냑(cognac)에 오렌지 향을 가미한 40도의 프랑스산 혼성주의 일종이다. 오렌지 껍질을 증류해서 만든 큐라소(curacao) 계열의 리큐어(liqueur) 중에서 가장 최고급 리큐어 중의 하나이다. 진한 금색의 그랑 마니에르는 오렌지의 진한 향과 더불어 코냑과 함께 증류하였기 때문에 깊은 맛과 혀가 아릿해지는 강렬한 맛이 특징이다. 그랑 마니에르는 차갑게 하여 스트레이트나 언더락으로 얼음을 넣어 마시기도 하지만 각종 칵테일이나 요리를 만들 때 이용하기도 한다.

Grand Marnier Louis Alexandre

70cl / 40% - A new drier version of Grand Marnier, made with fine old cognac and essence of wild bitter oranges.

Grand Marnier 150 Year NA

Review: A limited edition of Grand Marnier celebrating the 150th anniversary of the creation of the company by founder Jean-Baptiste Lapostolle. This exceptional cuvee was created in 1977. Deep amber / copper tones. Complex powerful aroma. Majestuous combination of cognac and orange. Complex taste with wood and vanilla accents. Exceptionally long and lingering after-taste.

Grand Marnier 100 Year NA
Review: A smooth and elegant blend of cognacs, primarily Fine Champagne, aged up to 25 years, distilled essence of wild tropical oranges and the Marnier secret. The liqueur will acquire its full finess and roundness after a minimum ageing of 2 years in oak vats. Tasting NotesRich amber tones.Well-balanced, elegant aroma.Harmonious combination of cognac and orange.Harmonious, elegant taste.Long, lingering after-taste

de Kuyper Triple Sec


A complex composition gives every sip of Frangelico a unique taste, always smooth and warming, well balanced and full in the mouth.

 Galliano Liquore

 Galliano Sambuca White

 Galliano Sambuca Black

  Galliano Amaretto



Kahlua is made from cane spirit and premium Mexican coffee beans balanced with a hint of vanilla.


 Midori Melon

The original melon liqueur, renowned for it's versatility


Malibu is perfect mixed with your favourite juices, cola or on its own.

 Tia Maria

Tia Maria is delicately flavoured with the finest Jamaican coffee, vanilla and sugar.

 Opal Nera

Opal Nera comes from the delicate blend of the skins of a rare variety of lemon, elderflowers and elderberries which provide the anise (liquorice) taste.

 Opal Bianca

A premium quality white sambuca with a smooth lemon flavoured taste, made from all natural ingrediants.

 Pimms No 1

Pimm's is the ideal long drink. Strongly associated with social occasions, its established British heritage sets it apart from other brands as a more authentic, stylish drink. 


Pernod is an internationally renowned product distributed in over 140 countries. Pernod is an unique French anise based liqueur that was first produced in 1805.


Campari is a superior quality premium spirit that has a dry, full bittersweet flavour. The unique and distinctive taste makes Campari a great aperitif or versatile cocktail - try it with pink grapefruit juice or a Campari Cosmopolitan! 

 Sambuca di Amore

Godiva Liqueur Chocolate



 Alize Rose

Amaretto di Saronno Liqueur

 Zambello Sambuca Rossa

Chateau Monet Chateau Pomari


 Dekuyper Brandy Apricot

Brandy Apricot

A blend of various herbs and selected cognacs bring out the best in the flavour and aroma of the finest apricots. Enriched with a hint of almond, this amber coloured liqueur is one of Bols most popular liqueurs.


A mild aroma of juicy apricots.

Distinctly apricot with a hint of cognac and almond. It has a light clean taste.

 Dekuyper Liqueur Creme de Menthe Green

 Dekuyper Liqueur Creme de Cacao White

 Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur

Dry and peppery, with hints of pistachio in the aroma. This liqueur has a big, buttery body and a palate that bursts with flavor of nuts, candied violets, and sweet butter.

 Bols Maraschino Liqueur

The name Maraschino is derived from the Marasca cherry, grown in orchards in Yugoslavia. Bols Maraschino is made from the well-known Schwarzwalder Kirsch. The traditional taste of Bols Maraschino is derived from a blend of fermented and distilled cherries and a selection of herbs.


Fresh with a light hue of kirsch distillate.

Intense and complex flavour with kirsch binding all the components together.

Straight, on the rocks, as a flavouring accent in desserts, excellent in cocktails or in any other mixed drink.

Dekuyper Schnapps Buttershots


Marie Brizard Amaretto


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Whoever first thought of adding juniper berries to a base spirit was a genius. This was a pioneer of the first order, with cunning creativity and good taste. This person was also the inventor of gin.

Gin originated with the Dutch, who called it genever. It was likely invented by an alchemist named Sylvius de Bouve in the early 17th century. Because distillation techniques back then were quite crude, the resulting spirit was harsh. In order the mask the harshness, herbs and botanicals were added and it was found that juniper berries were a superior additive. Juniper has been the main additive ever since, along with others such as citrus peel, angelica root, anise, coriander, cinnamon, and licorice root. The subtle differences in flavor between gins are a result of the guarded botanical recipes of the producers.

When William of Orange invaded England and assumed the throne in 1688 in the aptly named Glorious Revolution, Dutch gin came with him. The English took to gin quite quickly, and it helped that the government did not require a license to produce gin. Also, imports of gin were heavily taxed, so domestic production flourished. By the mid-18th century, gin production was at five to six times that of beer. Gin was popular with the poor because it was a cheap, strong drink.

A series of new taxes starting in 1736 led to riots in the streets. The onerous taxes were eventually rescinded and replaced with more gradual taxes and regulations that led to more government control over the production and distribution of gin. The free wheeling unlicensed days of the early 18th century were over in England.

With the invention of the more efficient column still in 1832, the London Dry style that we are familiar with today came about. It is has a higher alcohol content than Dutch gin--usually 90 proof or more.

How gin is made

The base spirit for gin can be made from a variety of cereal grains--wheat, rye, or barley. The grains are used to make a neutral base spirit to which flavoring is imparted from botanicals. There are two basic methods for instilling the flavors.

  • Distilled gin The neutral base spirit is infused with botanicals and then distilled a second time. Botanical essences travel with the alcohol vapors and flavor the gin in a delicate manner.

  • Compound gin The neutral base spirit is flavored with botanicals and there is no second distillation. Technically, compound gin is the same thing as flavored vodka.

The Dutch tend to use barley to make the base spirit, and then will age the gin in oak barrels for up to three years. This results in a fuller body akin to whiskey. English gin is not aged, and is lighter and clear in color. Some gins are a combination such as Seagram's Extra Dry in the United States. Clear Seagram's gin sits on oak for three months and attains a straw color before it is bottled.


  • Genever The original form of gin that was invented by the Dutch in the 16th century. The English call it Holland gin. It is made from malted barley or other grains (or in later years from molasses or sugar) and infused with juniper (hence the name) and other botanicals. Oude Genever ("old") is a bit sweet and quite fragrant while Jonge Genever ("young") is drier and more delicate. Genever can be aged in oak barrels which imparts some color to the liquid. This gin is often served very cold in the Netherlands and Belgium, and can be served with a cold lager as a chaser.

  • London Dry The most common form of gin today is London Dry, which is a light, dry, clear spirit that is heartily flavored with juniper and other botanicals, fruits, and nuts. The gin you see on the shelf at the liquor store in England, the United States or Spain is most often London Dry gin. It is produced with a column still from a variety of cereal grains. Each producer has their own secret recipe of botanicals that impart the characteristic gin flavors and aromas to their products. London Dry gin is quite mixable, and is often found in mixed drink recipes.

  • Old Tom Gin Old Tom straddles the gin spectrum between genever and London Dry (it is sometimes called the missing link). It is slightly sweet, but still drier than London Dry and not as sweet as genever. It was popular in England in the 18th and 19th centuries but only a few distilleries still make it today. This was the original gin used in the Tom Collins. It got it's name from how it was dispensed in the 1700's. Gin houses would hang a plaque shaped like a tom cat on the outside wall. A patron or passerby would drop a penny in the cat's mouth and a bartender inside would dispense a shot of Old Tom Gin through a tube that led outside between the cat's paws. Due to hygienic reasons, I doubt we'll ever see anything like this again, though it does have a certain charm.

  • Plymouth gin Plymouth gin is made only in the channel port of Plymouth, England. It is similar to the London Dry style, but is slightly sweeter on the front of the palate with a fuller body and a dry finish. It is made with the traditional gin botanicals, though no one botanical dominates the flavor. Today, this style of gin is made by only one distillery--the Black Friars Distillery. They make a standard proof and a navy proof (114 proof) version.

  • Sloe gin The most popular and original flavored gin is sloe gin. Sloe gin is gin flavored with sloe berries and sugar. Cheaper brands will also use vodka. Better brands will steep sloe berries in quality gin for months and will not add any coloring or artificial flavors. Sloe gin is made between 30 and 60 proof, and is sweet with some balancing bitterness from the berries. It was popular during the Victorian era among the ladies. Today, you mostly see a pale attempt at sloe gin on the cordials shelf. You can still find quality if you look for the Plymouth or Gordon's brands.

Tasting notes

Gin is usually mixed with liquors, wines, or mixers. By itself, it can be a little rough, especially if it is not aged (most of it is not). The most famous mixer for gin is vermouth in a dry Martini. This is a drink that was pervasive in bars around the world in the middle part of the last century. Unfortunately, (or fortunately depending on your taste) gin has been eclipsed by vodka in the Martini.

Right after the Martini, you have the Gin and Tonic. This drink came about because the British needed something to help them gulp down their quinine, which they used to combat malaria in India and other colonies. They mixed it with gin and the rest is history. Tonic water today still contains quinine, although much less than the medicinal doses the British once used. I have found Schweppes or Canada Dry tonic water to be far superior to the cheaper brands. If you're using good gin, use good tonic.

Each brand of gin has their own recipe of botanicals and resulting flavor and aroma profile. Tanqueray has a strong juniper and cassia bark flavor and not as much citrus. Bombay Sapphire is quite pungent with hints of liquorice and almonds. Hendrick's gin is softer with rose petals and cucumber added to the botanical mix. For a very good, inexpensive gin, try Barton gin. It has a very fresh botanical flavor, especially considering the price. As you can see, there is a huge variety of flavor in different brands of gin.

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Alexander Sky Grappa

38 per cent ABV
Alexander grappa is the best Italian distillate obtained from prosecco grape skin. It’s a smooth and refreshing after-dinner drink and this hand-made Murano glass bottle, with a delicate glass aeroplane design featured internally, is a great talking point at dinner parties and a fitting reminder of your travels.
Exclusive to travel retail.

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 Bombay Sapphire

It goes through a unique distillation process. It has subtle and fresh, yet appealingly intense aromatics.

  Christies London Dry Gin

Christie's London Dry Gin is distilled four times to achieve its unparalleled smoothness and luxury. The finest natural ingredients and classic juniper aromas add a depth and flavour that is balanced with well rounded citrus overtones.

 Christies New Zealand Green Crisp Gin

A blend of classic and uniquely New Zealand botanicals are quadruple distilled to provide a heightened citrus flavour. Horopito and Kawakawa add undiscovered warmth and roundness to this premium gin.


Hendrick's Gin

Hendrick’s is a premium gin made with a number of unusual twists to deliver a most curious arrangement.

Hendrick's Gin ( 699 크라운) - 스코틀랜드 진

핸드릭 진을 마실때 일반적으로 가니쉬를 레몬으로 하는데, 핸드릭스는 오이로 장식을 한다고 합니다.

Bombay Sapphire (399 크라운)

Beefeater Gin ( 349 크라운)

Beefeater London Dry Gin is the world’s leading brand of premium imported gin, made today with the same secret recipe that dates back to 1820. The only premium London Dry Gin still made in London, Beefeater’s difference is defined by its complex recipe using high-quality, exotic botanicals from throughout the world, a skilful distilling process and the quality and consistency of production that determines Beefeater’s unique, exceptional taste. Beefeater uses only the finest botanicals to produce a distinctively dry and aromatic gin. With its refreshingly crisp quality, and subtle citrus and fruit edge, this premium gin is worthy of its title as the world’s number one premium imported gin.
The making of Beefeater London Dry Gin begins with the production of the alcohol, made from only the choicest maize, harvested at the height of its maturity, and carefully blended with selected strains of barley to produce a pure grain spirit, which gives Beefeater its uniquely clean taste. Botanicals are then added -- juniper berries from Italy; coriander seeds from Romania, Russia and Bulgaria; orange and lemon peels from Spain; Angelica root and seed from Flanders; as well as other secret ingredients known only to the Burrough family.
Beefeater steeps its gin longer than any other gin-maker, infusing the spirit and botanicals together to produce a fully rounded flavour. During the distillation process each of the botanical flavours is released at a different stage. A distilled gin must, according to the law, be distilled in a gin still in the presence of botanicals or other natural ingredients, of which the dominant ingredient must be juniper berries. Beefeater has won the Gold Medal from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2003 and was named #1 Gin by The New York Times.


Godon's Gin ( 349 크라운)


Gordon's Gin is zesty, clean and dry on the palate with a long, full juniper finish.

 Gilbeys Gin

Gilbey's is an extremely versatile gin - the perfect base for thousands of cocktails.

Tanqueray Gin ( 699크라운) / Tanqueray Number 10 ( 1699 크라운)


Tanqueray offers a clean and crisp taste. It is both succulent and subtle with penetrating spicy layers enhanced by golden, lemony top notes.-

Tanqueray Rangpur Gin

Nature brought a Tanqueray twist to America’s favorite imported gin: India’s rare Rangpur lime. With the introduction of Rangpur, Tanqueray answers the call of young consumers – those evolving sophisticates seeking refined flavor in contemporary spirits. Tanqueray Rangpur offers a subtle gin taste with the juiciness of an orange and the zestiness of lime for effortless, versatile drinking that’s perfectly suited to fresh ingredients. Quadruple-distillation, micro-filtration and the infusion of nature’s finest botanicals produces exceptional smoothness in this unique gin. Super premium Tanqueray Rangpur is a classy, social tipple. The U.S. volume of Tanqueray gin is growing five times faster than the entire spirits category. Be part of the evolution. Experiment with Tanqueray Rangpur.

South Premium Gin

A hedonistic blend of botanicals, including kawa kawa leaves and manuka berries reflects the natural bounty of our NZ surroundings and the goodness within it.

Bluecoat Gin

Bluecoat is an American Dry Gin, unique in flavor profile and unsurpassed in character, five times distilled in the birthplace of America--Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bluecoat American Dry Gin is craft distilled using organic juniper berries, giving it earthy, spicy juniper notes. When combined with a proprietary blend of organic American citrus peels and other organic botanicals, the result is a gin with a flavor worthy of the term American Premium. Bluecoat is distilled in a custom-built, hand-hammered copper pot still. A true batch distillation, the process calls for extremely slow heating of the pot, which allows for maxmimum separation of alcohols. Impurities are discarded, leaving on the purest, most flavorful alcohols. The result is a spirit that is intensely smooth and invigorating. No additives and all natural, organic botanicals and batch dstilled, Bluecoat American Dry Gin is a revolutionary spirit that is distinve and superior in character.

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