AGENCIES

Goldwasser Cognac - Original Danziger Goldwasser Cognac XO Infusion 0,7L 40%

Produced for the occasion of the 420th anniversary of the start of Goldwasser production – Anniversary Edition: 1598 to 2018.

In the memory of its Founder, Mr Ambrosien Vermöllen.

Distilled plant products refined with XO cognac, made from the best Charente grapes.

XO Cognac & Bitter Orange is a liqueur with selected herbs and spices, including cubeb peppercorns, galangal root, lavender flowers, orange peel, as well as real flakes of 22-carat gold.

An intense and sweet flavour for a contemporary experience.

Sambuca Extra Molinari No. 1 0,5L 40%

Sambuca is a colourless liqueur, an ideal composition of elderberry flowers, star anise, fennel and liquorice, closed in a traditional transparent bottle with a white label. The recipe of manufacturing Sambuca is proprietary and top secret. High-quality star anise imported from China and used in production is the main source of the liqueur’s flavour. it is used as an additive to tea and to treat rheumatism.

Anise seeds are sometimes chewed after a meal to improve digestion. Two types of top-class sugar are the secret of its exquisite taste. Molinari is considered to be the best brand by Italians. It is tasted in the morning, after lunch and in the evening. Since the 1950s, it has been an integral part of the Italian lifestyle.

Matusalem Anejo 0,7L 38%

During Cuba’s “Golden Age”, Matusalem was the most valuable brand of rum. The first batch was produced in Santiago de Cuba in 1872 using a special process of distillation and preparation of spirits in line with a method imported from Spain.

Matusalem Anejo is a premium class rum with a unique taste and exceptional smoothness, standing out with its exclusive manufacturing process. Today, Matusalem is considered to be one of the best rums in the world, produced manually in the Dominican Republic according to a secret recipe from 1872.

Matusalem Gran Reserva Solera 23 0,7L 40%

The Matusalem brand was established in 1872. Originally, production took place in Cuba, then it was completely moved to the Dominican Republic in the 1920s. Matusalem Rum is produced using a unique method called Solera. The ins and outs of the method are passed down from generation to generation. In this method, maturation of the distillates and their mixing is based on rarely used techniques applied in the manufacture of sherry, brandy and cognac.

Matusalem Solera 23 Y.O. (Dumne Ultra-Premium) – only the best chosen rums can have the honour of enhancing the flavour of this Matusalem rum selection. The perfect quality rum will satisfy the most sophisticated taste. Gran Reserva 23 Y.O. is the greatest achievement of Matusalem today.

Colour: deep orange-copper opalescent amber.

Aroma: nutty with sweet notes, the sensation of fresh honey, almonds with hints of magnolia. The background includes caramel, toffee and mango with nuances of exotic wood and cedar, a note of white chocolate and almond.

Taste: refined, elegant and creamy, in the background: liquorice, roasted nuts/almonds, very complex with a discernable side taste of fresh nuts, it becomes very complex until the final impression, resembling sherry in the finish.

Serving proposal: solo 60ml Matusalem Gran Reserva Solera 23 Y.O. rum. Serve in a cognac glass, can be optionally decorated with a lime peel.

Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O. 0,05L 40% MINI

The Matusalem brand was established in 1872. Originally, the production took place in Cuba, then it was completely moved to the Dominican Republic in the 1920s. Matusalem Rum is produced using a unique method called Solera. The ins and outs of the method are passed down from generation to generation. In this method, maturation of the distillates and their mixing is based on rarely used techniques applied in the manufacture of sherry, brandy and cognac.

Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O. (Quality For A Sophisticated Palate) also known as the “Cognac among rums” is a liquor for people looking for exceptional quality and excellent taste. Versatile, with a velvety delicacy sensed both in the nose and taste. Perfect for serving solo or with ice.

Colour: red – brown amber with ocher tones.

Aroma: perfectly harmonised, with clearly balsamic notes reminiscent of wood, nuts and caramel.

Taste: very pleasant, with a delicate complex texture, leaving a lasting sensation, with notes of dried oak and nuts. Its finish resembles Cognac.

Serving proposal: Gran Rocks 60ml rum Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O., ice. Serve in a short, wide glass with large ice cubes. Optionally, decorate it with a slice of lemon or lime.

Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O. 0,7L 40%

The Matusalem brand was established in 1872. Originally, the production took place in Cuba, then it was completely moved to the Dominican Republic in the 1920s. Matusalem Rum is produced using a unique method called Solera. The ins and outs of the method are passed down from generation to generation. In this method, maturation of the distillates and their mixing is based on rarely used techniques applied in the manufacture of sherry, brandy and cognac.

Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O. (Quality For A Sophisticated Palate) also known as the “Cognac among rums” is a liquor for people looking for exceptional quality and excellent taste. Versatile, with a velvety delicacy sensed both in the nose and taste. Perfect for serving solo or with ice.

Colour: red – brown amber with ocher tones.

Aroma: perfectly harmonised, with clearly balsamic notes reminiscent of wood, nuts and caramel.

Taste: very pleasant, with a delicate complex texture, leaving a lasting sensation, with notes of dried oak and nuts. Its finish resembles Cognac.

Serving proposal: Gran Rocks 60ml rum Matusalem Gran Reserva 15 Y.O., ice. Serve in a short, wide glass with large ice cubes. Optionally, decorate it with a slice of lemon or lime.

Pircher Limoncello 0,5L 30%

Lemon juice liqueur based on a traditional recipe.

Pircher Williams 0,7L 40%

In the Middle Ages, particularly good distillates were referred to as “Ars distillandi aurum potabile” – “the art of distilling drinkable gold”. In its long tradition, dating back to the beginning of the 13th century, the Pircher distillery rooted in monastic activity has remained faithful to this saying.

Williams is Pircher’s oldest, flagship product. The best, only fully ripe pears are used for its production, and the colour and scent are fully natural. It belongs to the group of digestives – liquors served after a meal.

Pircher Bombardino 0,7L 17%

Egg liqueur with whisky and rum.

Serving suggestion:

“Bombardino”: Warm up Bombardino and serve in a glass, decorating with a large portion of whipped cream.

“Bombardino Moro”: Warm up Bombardino with espresso and serve in a glass, decorate with a large portion of whipped cream

Pircher Williams Con Pera 0,7L 40%

In the Middle Ages, particularly good distillates were referred to as “Ars distillandi aurum potabile” – “the art of distilling drinkable gold”. In its long tradition, dating back to the beginning of the 13th century, the Pircher distillery rooted in monastic activity has remained faithful to this saying.

Williams is the oldest, flagship product of Pircher’s. The best, only fully ripe pears are used for its production, and the colour and scent are fully natural. It belongs to the group of digestives – liquors served after a meal. The version with a pear inside the bottle will delight connoisseurs of sophisticated drinks.

Pircher Grappa Superiore Original 0,5L 38%

In the Middle Ages, particularly good distillates were referred to as “Ars distillandi aurum potabile” – “the art of distilling drinkable gold”. In its long tradition, dating back to the beginning of the 13th century, the Pircher distillery rooted in monastic activity has remained faithful to this saying.

Grappa is a unique alcohol obtained from grape pomace, by definition characterised by a sharp aroma and taste; the Pircher product stands out with its exceptional delicacy.

Hunter Laing Blended Malt Scotch - Islay Journey 0,7L 46%

Travelling to Islay is not easy. It takes time to get there, but both the island and the whisky from there are well worth the trouble. We have been making this journey for generations and will continue to bring back some of the best malt whisky that Islay can offer. In order to produce an outstanding blend of the best Scottish malts, we have selected various whiskies from the best distilleries situated on this iconic island.

The balanced smoothness and complexity of the taste and aroma are derived from the combination of different malt whiskies, some of which have been aged in hogshead barrels (250 -300 L) after an American bourbon.

Tasting notes: This blended malt whisky has an intense aroma with smoke, ash and tar notes. At the same time, strong notes of peat, sea water and seaweed can be sensed in the taste.

Hunter Laing Blended Malt Scotch - Highland Journey 0,7L 46,2%

A combination of malt whisky from the best distilleries in the Highlands region in Scotland. A balanced, smooth, rich taste and aroma is the product of a combination of various malt whiskies, some of which are aged in American oak, some in barrels after a Spanish sherry wine.

Degustation notes: Golden colour of whisky with a strong, full scent of rich and sweet aromas of vanilla pudding, fudge, candy apples, puff candy. A creamy and buttery palette, sweet at first, then developing into powdered vanilla pudding, apricots, peaches and pears, like a fruit salad. A relatively short, sweet finish with notes of oak and nuts.

 

Hunter Laing Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky - Scarabus 0,7l 46%

Travelling to Islay is not easy. It takes time to get there, but both the island and its whisky are well worth the trouble. We have been making this journey for generations and will continue to bring back some of the best malt whisky that Islay can offer. In order to produce an outstanding blend of the best Scottish malts, we have selected various whiskies from the best distilleries situated on this iconic island.

The balanced smoothness and complexity of the taste and aroma are derived from the combination of different malt whiskies, some of which have been aged in hogshead barrels (250 -300 L) after an American bourbon.

Tasting notes: This blended malt whisky has an intense aroma with smoke, ash and tar notes. At the same time, strong notes of peat, sea water and seaweed can be sensed in the taste.

Cachaca 51 0,7L 40%

Cachaça 51 is recognised as the leading and most popular brand in Brazil. Annual sales amount to 240 million litres, making it the second largest in the world. Cachaça 51, made from the fresh juice of the best varieties of sugar cane harvested on Brazilian plantations, has a much more delicate flavour compared to white rums. Cachaça 51 won a double gold medal at the last prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

Tasting Cachaça is associated with a Brazilian ritual: the first 50 ml should be poured on the floor as a gift for those who are absent, after which you can enjoy the excellent taste and aroma of the liquor. The most popular drink based on it is Caipirinha, with lime juice, cane sugar and crushed ice. Cachaça is a typical Brazilian liquor produced by fermentation and distillation of sugar cane juice. It was first manufactured in 1530, just a few years after the country was discovered. Cachaça 51 is the most traditional brand from Brazil, a market leader for many years, highly praised in plenty of countries around the world. Its incomparable clarity, taste and aroma are just a few of the distinguishing features of the best-selling Cachaça in the world.

Serving suggestion: Caipirinha – traditional Brazilian cocktail:

  • one lime
  • two teaspoons of sugar
  • 50 ml Cachaça 51
  • ice cubes

Cut the lime into eight pieces and place with the flesh up in a glass. Sprinkle sugar over it and beat up with a muddler to get as much juice as possible. Fill the glass with ice cubes. Add Cachaça 51, and then mix in a shaker.

UNDERBERG off-trade 3x0,02L 44%

The long-lasting and complicated production process is kept strictly secret… This characteristic drink was created by Hubert Underberg, who started selling his product as early as 1846. Owing to the extraordinary digestive effect, Underberg gained recognition in numerous countries and was awarded with numerous prizes and medals. It is made from the most aromatic herbs from 43 countries and 44% alcohol.

A unique composition of valuable herbal ingredients and the highest quality alcohol makes Underberg a perfect, natural digestive, recommended for consumption after a hearty meal all over the world. It eliminates the effects of indigestion and food poisoning.

Underberg has two distinctive features – its extremely soothing effect and a 20L bottle wrapped in parchment.

UNDERBERG on-trade 12x0,02L 44%

The long and complicated production process is kept in strict secret… This characteristic drink was created by Hubert Underberg, who started selling his product as early as 1846. Owing to the extraordinary digestive effect, Underberg gained recognition in numerous countries and was awarded with numerous prizes and medals. It is made from the most aromatic herbs from 43 countries and 44% alcohol.

A unique composition of valuable herbal ingredients and the highest quality alcohol makes Underberg a perfect, natural digestive, recommended for consumption after a hearty meal all over the world. It eliminates the effects of indigestion and food poisoning.

Underberg has two distinctive features – its extremely soothing effect and a 20L bottle wrapped in parchment.

UNDERBERG Gift tin 2020 12x0,02L 44%

Brasilberg - Bitter Brasileiro 1L 42%

Since the 1930s, the German digestive Underberg has also had a cousin from the Amazon in its family of products – Brasilberg. Brasilberg is a unique, expatriate hybrid of the traditional bitter herbal recipe with the addition of Amazonian ingredients, which are sweeter, have a darker colour and are more fruity.

The familiar European bitter ingredients, such as anise and wormwood, grow wild in the Amazon and also in the Atlantic rainforests around Rio de Janeiro – areas full of medicinal herbs that have been popular with the locals for generations.

These Amazonian plants and roots have become the perfect complement to the missing ingredients in the recipe of Paul and Anna Underberg, ultimately giving Brasilberg a more herbal flavour, sweeter than the very anise Underberg.