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East London Liquor Company Vodka 70cl 40% ABV

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Whether you like a natural or washed coffee, fruity or chocolate vibes, with beans from all over the world we have something for you.

He has always had his feet planted firmly in the East, previously working in Hoxton and Angel and managing operations in the hospitality industry. East London Liquor's grain vodka is produced using 100% British wheat spirit which is distilled in a state-of-the-art copper pot still, custom-designed and hand-built by Arnold Holstein in Germany following the traditional metalworking techniques that his family has been using for generations. Let us know if we need instructions for where to find your house or want us to leave your wine in the shed! From the East End of London, amongst canal-side warehouses and old school boozers, they distil, import and serve a range of award-winning gins, whiskies, vodkas, rums and kick-ass cocktails.Great value and a dramatic new visual design from one of the original boutique gin companies, founded in 2014. Standing out amongst neighbouring old-school boozers with their neon capped bottles, East London Liquor Co's tipples are anything but traditional. A stone’s throw from The Sun Tavern, this distillery was founded in July 2014 – the first distillery in the East in for over 100 years. Our bins hold 18-24 bottles of wine or Champagne or 2-3 cases of lager when filled with ice and water. With a vaguely medicinal aroma and a delicate flavour, Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters is an unusual addition to your drinks cabinet.

Disclaimer; Orange wines are absolutely nothing to do with the actual orange fruit, just putting that out there. One of our responsibilities is to ensure we do not sell age-restricted products online to people who are under the minimum legal age. Combining the same classic ingredients for nearly 200 years, Angostura bitters are a key ingredient in many famous cocktails, often paired with gin and rum to great effect. Try the 1950s classic of Kahlua and milk, which allows the intense flavour of the coffee to come through wonderfully.Also sign me up for newsletters so I can get special offers, recommendations, and expert advice to my inbox!

Exceptional when teamed with whiskey and used in whiskey cocktails Fee Brothers has brought back a true classic of the cocktail making world. Rosé wine; made from red wine grapes and produced in a similar manner to red wine, but with reduced time fermenting with the grape skins giving it that summertime feel in varying degrees of pink goodness.

Its strong bitter flavour is artichoke based but is enriched by a mixture of 13 different herbs, plants and roots, bringing out heady botanical aromas and flavours. Don't be confused, it's not just Champagne (only ever from the Champagne region), these wines here are where the natural wine genre really excels in experimentation.

A masterful marriage of casks range from red wine, regenerated French oak, Sonoma rye and bourbon, Kentucky bourbon, and the distillery's own London Rye casks. The overall feel of this rum is creamy, medium-bodied and wonderful for mixing into cocktails and enjoying with your favourite sparkling mixer. Additionally, it can be used as a base spirit in classic and contemporary cocktails, such as Martinis, Bloody Marys, or Cosmopolitans. Super silky mouthfeel with notes of lemon barley water and crushed up breakfast cereal from your schooldays.The strong coffee notes come through immediately on the nose and its thick texture is welcome on the palate with a sweet chocolate flavour coming through alongside the coffee. Please use this section to instruct your driver on a specific place to leave the package(s) if the recipient is out, such as ‘If out leave with neighbour’. Celery bitters were popular in the 19th century and are now coming into their own, bringing retro back.

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