We all love Absinthe and the Green Fairy, no doubt about it. But in our search for new products we became aware of some other interesting spirits like Gin including delicious and unique Tonic Water, Vodka and some alcoholic Specialties that add some extra fun and pleasure to life. Exclusive Barware and discounted Sets complete our selection.
Lucky HANS is exclusively distilled with botanicals, that are native to Germany. Juniper, apple, pear, rowan berry, blackthorn, green walnut and malt are part of its recipe. Overall, Lucky HANS is a veritable Bavarian Dry Gin. Learn More
The late 19th to early 20th century was the “Golden Age“ of French apéritif wines known as Quinquinas or Kinas. Kinas were originally created to make quinine more palatable when given to soldiers in the malaria-plagued colonies. Learn More
Gran Classico Bitter is based on the original “Bitter of Turin” recipe dating from the 1860’s. This classic aperitif is an infusion of numerous herbs and roots including bitter orange peel, wormwood, gentian, rhubarb, and other aromatic plants. Learn More
Liqueur de Violettes was a famous liqueur in the 19th century. Tempus Fugit Spirits recreated this historical spirit from a century year old recipe. It is made from flower petals hand picked in the Côte d'Azur (Grasse). Learn More
Ojo de Agua is an exceptional Gin. On the one hand, because it is created by the Swiss musician Dieter Meier (Yello), on the other hand because of its Argentinian influences. Although it is distilled in Switzerland, typical Argentinian botanicals like yerba mate are used for distillation. Learn More
Louisiana Perique tobacco is the rarest and most precious tobacco in the entire world. Jade Liqueurs developed Perique liqueur to captivate one's senses with the wonderful aroma of this native tobacco. Learn More
Ferdinands Saar Dry Gin is a very special Gin from Germany. It is infused with Riesling, a German wine from the Saar region. If you are looking for a floral innovative Gin, give Ferdinands Saar Dry Gin a try! Learn More
Gin VL92 is named after a historic Dutch sailing vessel whose freight contained exotic spices for local Genever Gin recipes. It is a Gin for experienced Gin Tonic drinkers, as its taste is surprisingly malty, this Gin goes more into the direction of a Jenever. Learn More
Geranium Gin is very mild an floral London Dry Gin. It combines the classical herbal taste of juniper with the floral taste of geranium in a very balanced way. A surprising ingredient we normally know from gardening. Learn More
This will allow you to make the most delicious Corpse Reviver #2 you have ever tasted. I have sampled this alongside Cocchi Americano and the now sadly übersweet Lillet Blanc.
While Cocchi is good on its own and a great ingredient in cocktails, l´Aero d´Or is a product on a whole other level. It's richer and more assertive and proudly takes place in whatever context you use it.
This is one of those magic bottles. Yes it is.
In my opinion, Monkey 47 Gin is one of the best gins on the market. Normally I drink Tanqueray No 10, I like the juniper loaded flavor. Monkey 47, I assume as it is distilled with 47 herbs, has a multifacted taste profile. Grapefruit flavors are present with a peppery note. Mixed with your favorite Tonic Water it has a flowerish, very unique aroma. Overall this Gin is a nice variation when you normally drink the more \"classic\" gins.
The nose of Geranium is a soft mix of juniper and floral notes, clear but not overly intense with no suggestion of alcoholic heat, which finishes on a subtle hint of citrus. In the mouth a strong juniper flavour is followed by a sweet rose and violet. The juniper emerges once again, at the finish along with citrus and floral notes + a pleasant hint of bitterness as the over flavours fade. Overall, it is a complex, interesting yet balanced taste. The additional flavour components adds to the traditional flavour profile, rather than overwhelming it.
Heheh, a drink with Mandragora in it? :DDD
Sounds very cool and trippy, but it's hard to believe this stuff really has any mandrake in it. If I remember correctly, madrake is considered poison, so selling it would be illegal.... But this was still too damn irresistible, and the bottle was nice too, so i had to try it out ;D
Well, this stuff smells very spicy, reminds me a bit of Tabasco sauce. Taste was actually very nice, a bit like sweet and soft spicy whiskey. I did not expect any special effects, and of course there wasn't any, so don't buy this if only thing you are looking for is some kind of legal hallucinogenic drug. It's just damn good tasting herbal whiskey, actually so damn good tasting that i recommend this very much!
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