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Absinthe Strong (70% abv) Gift Set with Ritual Spoon/Glass

At one time a muse for the likes of Baudelaire, Van Gogh and Gauguin, ten times a best seller in Canada, this one is distilled entirely from absinth and fresh herbs. Powerful, it offers an aromatic palette evoking, among others, anise, coriander and cardamom.

Aecht Smoke Malt Rauchbier Spirit (40% abv)

Distilled from the classic Schlenkerla Rauchbier, matured in Michel Couvreur casks with smoked barley malt for a bold, rich and full-flavored spirit with notes of smoke, hops, barley and spice complemented by a light, malty sweetness.

Agave Old Fashioned-Cocktail Concierge (30.5% abv)

The first reference to a drink named Old Fashioned was in Jerry Thomas’ cocktail book of 1862, it contained Holland Gin, Sugar & Bitters. Today, bartenders often switch the base spirit to create unique variations. Ours is a complex blend with a tropical soul. With our Agave Old Fashioned we spent a long time studying the tasting notes of many Mezcals and Tequilas and set out to create a drink that reached deep inside the heart of Mexico and brought forward that feeling of discovery that is usually reserved only for the avid agave spirits aficionado. Harnessing the craftmanship that shows so brightly in Bridgeland’s slow fermentation Eau De Vigne we gently moulded those flavours towards Mexico and the Caribbean with the addition of Smokey Mezcal, very carefully infused with a hint of clove. The clove cleverly takes over where the mezcal finishes on the palate and guides the flavours seamlessly towards the nuttiness of Oloroso sherry and the sweet pine & honey notes found both in agave nectar but also the Caribbean pineapple liquor used to gently sweeten the cocktail. In the tradition of the old-fashioned cocktail, we have carefully bittered the drink using both our own Antique 1833 bitters as well as our favourite orange bitters from Gary Regan. Once the cocktail is complete the drink spends an extended time on charred American Oak to bring out further vanilla, nuts and Stoney fruits in what is already and deeply complex and rewarding cocktail.

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Ardbeg 24 Year Old Pedro Ximénez Cask Finish (Darkness) (46.8% abv)

Sound the indie Ardbeg alarm, because we’ve got a 24 year old single malt from the aforementioned distillery on the south coast of Islay bottled up for the Darkness range! Not only is this a wonderfully well-aged expression, it was also allowed a finishing period in a Pedro Ximénez sherry octave cask, imparting a hefty helping of sherried excellence – which is what Darkness is all about! Master of Malt

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Atholl Brose Liqueur Gordon & Macphail (35% abv)

Delicious blend of Benromach single malt whisky (from Speyside) with a blend of honey and herbs. Produced by Gordon & Macphail Scotch Whisky Distillers.

Auchroisk 37 Year Old Batch 9 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) (49.5% abv)

This right here is a particularly well-aged single malt from the Auchroisk Distillery, which has been bottled up at 37 years of age by That Boutique-y Whisky Company! The label features a zombie apocalypse.

Nose: Honeydew melon and apricot brandy, soft cedar and smoke, just a hint of cut grass in the background.

Palate: Fruit Salad sweeties, Seville orange marmalade, mint chocolate and creamy vanilla.

Finish: Citrus sticks around on the finish.

Balcones 2 Year Old Single Malt Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Malt Company) (51.1% abv)

“Very exciting times – this right here is the very first batch of Balcones single malt bottled from That Boutique-y Malt Company. The fabulous malt spirit was distilled by Balcones in Texas and then Brimstone-cask-matured for two years. The label is truly something to behold, depicting your every day metal concert, courtesy of The Brimstone Cowboys in the fiery depths of Hades. The Hell ‘n’ Back Tour looks pretty good, if a bit scary – that large demon sitting on a throne of skulls is rather unsettling, y’know…”  Master of Malt

Nose: Loads of sweet, juicy fruits rise from the glass, namely plums, with a buttery toffee backbone, dark chocolate croissant and blackberry jam with a very faint, delicate smoky undertone.

Palate: Even more of those juicy fruity notes and sweet, slightly burnt crème brûlée, with a generous helping of peppery spice and lots of drying oak among the baking spices.

Finish: Dusty cocoa, sweet fruits and tannic oak, with a savoury smoky finish among lingering syrupy cherry fruit sweetness.

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Black Sage Vineyard Pipe (VQA)

This fortified wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc, usually the last grapes to be harvested. Savour the luscious flavours of ripe cherry and soft blackberry with a hint of fig. Enjoy this wine with fruit, cheeses and nuts, or try it with a dark bitter chocolate dessert.

Blackwater No. 5 Small Batch Irish Gin (41.5% abv)

Blackwater No. 5 Gin is made in West Waterford, Ireland, by the Blackwater Distillery (which was set up by Peter Mulryan in 2015). Using their beautiful 300-litre still, charmingly named Sally, the Blackwater Distillery makes their No.5 Gin using a selection of 12 botanicals, including juniper, nutmeg, liquorice, coriander and cinnamon. You get plenty of the cinnamon and citrus coming through on the nose and palate, with touches of spice bringing a comforting warmth to the exciting flavour profile. Master of Malt

Blackwater Wexford Strawberry Gin (40% abv)

The gin, which is distilled and bottled at Blackwater’s micro-distillery in County Waterford, uses 100% soft fruit grown in the neighbouring county of Wexford. After distillation, strawberries and blackcurrants are macerated in the liquid to give the gin its colour. Peter Mulryan, Blackwater’s distiller, said: “This is a dry gin, not a sweetened liqueur. We’ve simply use strawberries as the hero botanical! “As such this is a seasonal gin, so we will cease production when the strawberries run out.” Wexford Strawberry Gin is Blackwater’s third gin release, following the classically styled Blackwater No.5 and the Juniper Cask variant.

Bobby Burns-Cocktail Concierge (30.5% abv)

Undoubtedly the connoisseur’s version of a Manhattan or indeed the Rob Roy. Coincidentally invented in both London & NYC independently, yet with similar ingredients circa 1920. This version pays homage to both recipes & compliments the complexity with exotic Palo Santo Wood. The earliest reference to this delectable concoction was made in the Bishop & Badcock Company’s fancy drink recipes book of 1900 and was named Baby Burns. The Baby Burns shared it simplicity with the most famous version of the cocktail served at the Savoy American Bar by Harry Craddock who described it as “One of the very best Whisky Cocktails. A fast mover on Saint Andrew’s day”. Craddock’s recipe followed the equal ratios found with the early Manhattan recipe, with Scotch and Italian Vermouth plus 3 dashes of Benedictine in place of bitters. In the UK this cocktail would have certainly been named in honour of the Scottish Poet (1759-1796). However, across the pond a similar drink of the same name appears to have been created or evolved with some interesting additional ingredients and possibility a more contemporary inspiration. The Old Waldorf Astoria Bar Days book of 1931 uses Absinthe and orange bitters in place of the Benedictine and was christened in honour of a cigar salesman who drank in the bar; indeed, the Robert Burns Cigar brand was available up until the 1960’s. At Cocktail Concierge we’ve been dedicated fans of the cocktail for many years and have tried all the recipe variations including David Embry’s preference of Drambuie. Our version of this iconic cocktail carefully combines all the best elements from all variations balanced for maximum complexity. We add a generous splash of Oloroso Sherry to elevate the Single Malt Whiskey and fuse it with the Vermouth. The final step to bring a level of never seen before sophistication and addition top notes, we add a highly prescribed amount of Palo Santo Wood into the resting process. This adds a subtle fragrance in harmony with the peat smoke and as Palo Santo is commonly burnt as an incense, it’s a gentle nod to the smoke of a Robert Burns Cigar.

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Bottega Pistacchio Liquore (17% abv)

It is a creamy liqueur,  pleasantly sweet and with a moderate alcohol content,  characterized by an intense aroma of pistachio. Pistachios are the fruit of a plant native of the Middle East, now growing  spontaneously on the Sicilian volcano Mount Etna. They have always  been renowned for their nutritional properties. Pistachios, exclusively  harvested in Sicily, are processed according to a traditional method and turned into a paste which preserves all their precious organoleptic  characteristics. The paste is then expertly mixed with alcohol, water  and sugar, creating a creamy, round, velvety liqueur with an intense an  inebriating aroma of Sicilian pistachios. With a final touch of grappa, Pistacchio Bottega gains a particular aromaticity, making it  unique and unmistakable.