The Fine Wine Company has a very wide range of different spirits available. We have hand selected each of our spirits to ensure it adds something to our collection and have included examples of many different types to ensure there is something to satisfy every customer. Our range of spirits includes: whisky, vodka, gin, rum, sake, tequila, vermouth, Armagnac, brandy, calvados, cognac, Eau de Vie, Grappa, liqueurs, malt whisky and you can also use our gift vouchers to buy your favourite tipple, or gift it to someone else.
Spirits covers a wide range of different alcoholic drinks as it is simply a group which covers all drinks which are produced by distillation of a mixture which has been produced through alcoholic fermentation. How you enjoy your favourite spirit is an individual choice. Some people like to sip their spirits straight or simply with ice whereas others prefer them mixed into a tall drink with a mixer such as fresh juice or a carbonated drink. A good spirits cupboard also means you can enjoy a wide range of cocktails and create flavours and mixes to your own taste or stick to classic cocktail recipes. Our range of spirits has been chosen with care to ensue you have something which suits your palate but also so you have access to a wide range of drinks for special occasions.
Here we have the 1881 London Dry Hydro Gin, produced at the Peebles Hydro! With 12 botanicals, hawthorn, birch, fir and citrus are at the core of this one (alongside juniper, of course), so it's a rather leafy tipple. Before bottling, it's blended with water from the distillery's private spring in Peebles. Don't forget a wedge of grapefruit when you have this one in a G&T.
A spiced, rich 16 year old Speyside single malt, 'double matured' in both ex-bourbon and sherry casks. A great Aberlour. Nose: Creamy and delectable, in true Aberlour style. Palate: The sherry and oak are in good harmony. The toasty bourbon notes are harnessed well, the vanilla spices are nicely ingrained in the barley. Finish: Soft and smooth, with waxy honey notes and a barley sweetness. Overall…
Described by Jim Murray as �a malt that should adorn a shelf in every whisky-drinking home�, anCnoc 12 Years Old is light yet complex. Smooth yet challenging. And each twist and turn delivers a surprise. In fact, this is a dram that has something for everyone.
A German Brandy blended from 25 different wine distillations, then aged for up to 3 years in limousin oak casks. With a deep golden colour, cognac character but fruitier. Grape and oak aroma. Clean, crisp with a rather astringent flavour.
A more recent release from the Auchentoshan distillery, replacing the previous staple 10 year old, this 12 year old bottling exhibits the new, slightly Imperial aesthetics Auchentoshan have rebranded themselves with.
The elegant and approachable Balblair 12 Year Old is the first whisky in the Balblair Collection and has been matured in a combination of double-fired American oak casks and ex-bourbon casks. The result is a whisky with a warm, complex character and a sweet, citrusy aroma. The palate offers notes of oranges, honey and cinnamon before a long, creamy finish with hints of vanilla and leather.
It's the third release in the now age-statemented Balblair collection, a delicious 18 year old expression. This single malt was initially matured in bourbon oak casks, followed by a lovely finish in first-fill Spanish oak butts. A delightful and rich after dinner dram.
Aged in ex-bourbon casks before being finished in sherry casks, Double Wood is an excellent example of what the Balvenie distillery can craft, even at 12 years. Nose: Gristy, supple nuttiness, grapey Palate: Sweet with good body. The bourbon characters develop; gentle spice with a little vanilla, a balancing peat lurking quietly in the substrata. Finish: Dry, spicy, beautifully warming.
This whisky has been matured for 14 years in traditional oak casks before being transferred to Caribbean rum casks to impart some extra flavour. This process has created a well-rounded and drinkable whisky with notes of fruit and vanilla.
Long ageing in old and new wood adds a powerful complexity on the nose, well balanced by floral plum notes. Very good balance in the mouth, endowed with a smooth vanilla flavour and notes of dried, almost crystallised fruits. Grown on sandy soils in the heart of the Bas Armagnac this Armagnac spends six months in new oak followed by a seven year period in old oak.
A smart packaging job for this distillery bottled expression of Benromach 10yo, which has been a big hit since its introduction in late 2009. Well done to G&M for making the standard release strength 43%
A 2015 release to the brilliant Benromach range. The Benromach 15 Year Old is matured in a selection of bourbon and Sherry casks, resulting in an intense but balanced flavour profile. There's big spices (think ginger, mint and a little sprinkle of cinnamon), there's juicy fruit (plum and clementine), there's a touch of smoky charred oak - all well placed and in harmony with each other. Yummers.
Part of Benromach's Contrasts range, this expression from the Speyside-based distillery is a certified organic single malt! It was matured in virgin oak casks, which were filled in 2012 and cracked open in 2020, with the whisky bottled up at 46% ABV. Fully accredited by the UK Soil Association, this one. Marvellously impressive.
Spiritique over in France brings you Bistro Vodka, named in honour of the wonderful simplicity and craftsmanship of a Parisian bistrot. As the story goes, in 1814 the Russians in Paris weren't allowed to drink in pubs. When they asked for a quick drink - quick in Russian sounding kind of like "bistro" - they were served vodka, and this led to the Parisian bistrot being born. The Bistro Vodka you s…
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