Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. It is made using over 40 herbs, including vanilla and orange peels, bottled at 23%vol. The amaro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in 1885 and is named after Princess Elena of Montenegro.
Product of Italy
The main grape variety in Lillet Blanc is sémillon, which gives it a full, fleshy structure.
Lillet is a range of refreshing aperitifs with a smooth, fruity taste.
Aromas of candied oranges, honey, pine resin and exotic fruits. Full and fleshy on the palate.
Luxardo Maraschino follows the original recipe from 1821 and requires four years to produce this specialty. Marasca cherries are harvested from Luxardo’s own trees and the solid components are then infused in larchwood. The product is distilled in small copper pot stills. Finally a combination of sugar and water is added before bottling.
Perfume: typical of marasca distillate, with an excellent intense aroma, fine and well amalgamated, without any aggressive note.
Taste: smooth but sharp, a sweet liqueur unusual for the punch of the distillate, which can be clearly perceived in spite of the moderate alcohol content. A rounded taste and a surprisingly persistent aroma.
Product of Italy
When president Olivier MONIN requested a syrup flavour which would remind him of Nestlé’s white chocolate brand Galak®, MONIN White Chocolate syrup was born.
A derivative of chocolate, as it does not contain cocoa solids, white chocolate is made from cocoa butter, which gives it its buttery flavour.
MONIN White Chocolate’s seductive, buttery notes mix well with other flavours and can be used in hot or cold dessert drinks to conjure up tempting lattes, milkshakes, mochas, frappes and martinis.
Very clear gold colour.
Buttered smell with notes of vanilla, creamy cocoa taste.
Beverage Innovation Directors tips
With MONIN White Chocolate let your imagination run free, from coffee beverages to dessert drinks. I particularly like to mix it with MONIN Hazelnut syrup in a latteccino.
Produced in Malaysia under the authority of Monin France
At Mr Fitzpatricks they are as passionate as ever about their cordials and whilst many of the recipes owe their origins to the original Mr Fitzpatricks herbalists, they have stayed true to those traditions whilst expanding and developing their range of exciting and quirky cordials. It gives them great pleasure that they are able to maintain this tradition and introduce these wonderful drinks to a whole new generation.
Mr Fitzpatricks premium classic Ginger Cordial - this spicy drink has a fiery character and is intended for those purists amongst us who love ginger with a bit more bite.
Sugar, water, natural flavouring (with ginger extract), citric acid, preservative (potassium sorbate), vitamin c (ascorbic acid).
Upon difficulty finding orange bitters to suit his discernible palate, noted sprits reviewer, writer, and former bartender Gary “Gaz” Regan decided to make his own. After spending considerable time trying to come up with a suitable recipe, Gaz entered into a partnership with The Sazerac Company to create his beloved orange bitters. A team of Sazerac scientists worked on the project, and finally after much trial and error (5 other batches in fact) Regans’ Orange Bitters No. 6 was born.
Use your Regans’ Orange Bitters in your classic cocktails, martini’s and food recipes.
Product of USA