In this Specialty section you find spirits and liquors that are special in the sense, that they all have a unique story to tell. Be it the product line of Tempus Fugit Spirits with its old-fashioned liqueurs and creams, the mysterious mandrake liquor from Spain or the historical herbal Elixir from the Combier distillery in France.
Besides Absinthe, Francois and Mayra Aymonier produce as well this delicious Pastis. Their distillery is located in the French Jura mountains, where most of the herbs are as well cultivated. This guarantees premium quality. 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
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
Italians love bitter spirits, Italians love Fernet. Although some might think that Fernet is a brand name, it is in fact a bitter category. Fernets can be sipped on its own but shine in skillfully made cocktails. Learn More
The French distillery Combier produces this extremely delicious caraway flavored liquor in the Loire Valley. They already did this in 1850. This product is the authentic reproduction of the former original, using double the spices (caraway, cumin and fennel) for a bigger spicy punch. 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
Ciane is a traditional French liqueur made of yellow gentian. It is distilled in Pontarlier, where gentiane grows wild in the surrounding Jura mountains. Ciane has a bittersweet flavor, but the bitterness is more subtle than you expect. Learn More