An Apple Pie flavoured Moonshine handcrafted in Devon by one of the smallest distilleries in the country: the Exeter Distillery. Normally, to make this kind of products, liqueurs makers would buy industrial base spirit and then add aromas and flavourings. In this case, everything is 100% "homemade"! The high quality base spirit used to make the Bad Fagin's Apple Pie Moonshine is strictly distilled by the Exeter Distillery, and only fresh & natural ingredients and spices are used during the entire making process. The final result is a liquid & alcoholic version of one of the most popular desserts in the world! Great aromas, good texture and perfectly balanced aftertaste. Excellent on its own at the end of a meal, or mixed with Ginger Ale. 50cl bottle
Salcombe Gin 'START POINT' has the perfect balance of aromas and flavours from the heady, earthy and resinous pine notes of the finest Macedonian juniper, selected for their high Limonene content, to the warming spiced citrus notes from English coriander seeds and fresh citrus peels, hand peeled by us just prior to distillation.
Gin lovers will also have the opportunity to peek behind the red door with the creation of a visitor experience, telling the story of Red Door Gin and the personalities who craft it, at the Benromach Distillery in Forres, Scotland. Visitors will hear the story of Red Door Gin’s handmade copper still, ‘Peggy’, how the distillers create each batch of Red Door Gin and finally the secrets of creating “perfect serves”.
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Made in small batches in the heart of the Wye Valley, this Gin transports you to the Far East. An intensely aromatic Gin which begins with exotic herbs followed by some gentle floral notes from the coriander seeds and then wrapped up with a hint of thai chilli.
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A fragrant and intensely fruity red wine, with aromas of blackberries, plums and cherries interwoven with more incisive peppery notes. The blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot results in an easy-drinking wine whose characters expresses the rich complexity of Bolgheri.
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Simonnet Febvre Petit Chablis is fruit-driven and is incredibly fresh and vibrant in the mouth. Fruit driven but with the acidity and minerality Chablis is known for, this wine works perfectly as an aperitif, with charcuterie or shellfish.
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