The Japanese aren’t instantly known for their whisky, but over the last few years their rise to the top has been so lofty, that there is now officially a 10 year worldwide shortage.
A prized multi-award winning single malt from the ever popular Suntory distillery, the Yamazaki 12 year old whisky is when the Japanese get serious. Aged in Sherry and Japanese oak casks, it is delicate and elegant with plenty of fruit aromas.
Enjoy with a splash of mineral water to really open up this single malt whisky.
Award winning, small batch, handcrafted Brooklyn Gin is a craft spirit passionately made in New York. Unlike mass-produced gins, Brooklyn Gin do everything by hand. Hand-cracking the juniper, hand-peeling the 100% fresh citrus peels, it’s no wonder that a single batch is a three-day process.
Distilled, aged, and bottled in the world’s most awarded distillery, Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is their flagship bourbon, made from only the finest corn, rye, and barley malt, with each barrel being personally tasted by the Master Distiller ensuring consistency and quality time and time again. Aged for at least eight years in new oak barrels inside warehouses over 100 years old, Buffalo Trace is worth the wait for it’s rich and complex taste with hints of vanilla, toffee and candies fruit. Buffalo Trace has a long history, over 200 years in fact, of brewing up their liquid nectar and it’s one of the best bourbons for the money.
There’s a myriad of ways to brew your morning coffee, one of the favourites for flavour is to heat it on a stove using a moka pot. The 6-Cup Bialetti Moka Express Espresso Maker will keep you and your friends/family/pets caffeinated throughout the day with great tasting coffee. If a 6-cup version isn’t the size you’re looking for, they come in sizes from 1-cup to 12-cup. The espresso maker works by passing boiling water, pressurised by steam, from the bottom section through the ground coffee and into the top section ready to be poured and enjoyed. Fun fact: So you can sound like a true coffee aficionado while you brew the bean, the moka pot was patented for the first time in Italy in 1933 by its inventor, Luigi De Pointi, for Alfonso Bialetti.
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