DOM BENEDICTINE 700ML
Benedictine D.O.M. has been around for nearly 300 years for very good reason. Its full-on and complex flavour profile makes it a versatile and successful ingredient in all manner of cocktails. Whatever your preference, there will be Benedictine cocktail for you. A must have ingredient for the home bar.
WRITERS TEARS 46% RED HEAD 700ML
This exquisite, triple-distilled single malt is matured only in select handpicked Spanish sherry butts which have previously been seasoned with the finest Oloroso sherry. It is the influence of these scarce butts that give this expression of Writers’ Tears its signature rich, ruby hue and hence the moniker – ‘Red Head’. The expression is distilled without chill filtering as nature intended and at a distinctive 46% ABV.
Kweichow Moutai ‘Shenzhou Tianjiang’ 茅台神舟 500ML$459.99
Kweichow Moutai’s Shenzhou series celebrates the Chinese Shenzhou (meaning ‘heavenly craft’) space programme. The attractive and stylish bottle designs marry Moutai’s rich history with the futuristic aesthetic of space travel. Made with all the precision and artfulness of traditional Moutai, but with a contemporary edge, the Shenzhou Moutais are the perfect gift for the fashion forward person who enjoys the finer things in life.
chateau lafite rothschild 2000
5/9/2020 – CGM1967 WROTE:98 Points
Amazing stuff! We enjoyed it right out of the bottle (without decanting) and it was absolutely brilliant!
4/13/2020 – RLESHER WROTE:97 Points
Maybe not the best wine I’ve ever had but extraordinary nonetheless!
1/27/2020 – BEATLES WROTE:94 Points
Quite cool style, considering the year, still young, blackcurrant, blackberry, chocolate, some chalk in the structure.
11/14/2019 – ACYSO WROTE:95 Points
HDH annual Bordeaux tasting: Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Chicago, IL): I think this is a little more resolved and showing better than a bottle a few years ago at a similar Bordeaux tasting. Like the 2010, this is a massively-scaled wine with plenty of graphite aromas on the nose. The palate is slightly soft but well on its way to resolution. Very complex and layered, with fruit, minerality, acidity, and secondary notes of Bordeaux leather and pencil shavings all in excellent interplay. Among my favourites tonight — I love how the 2000 vintage has evolved and is drinking, and this bottle is another case in point.
11/12/2019 – HPRPHF WROTE:96 Points
Lafite Dinner 2019 (Blue Hill): “Monster”. There is some star acidity and almost lean-like uneven ripeness due to discrepancy between vineyards at harvest. Lovely showing, backward with much freshness. 96-97
JOHNNIE WALKER SONG OF ICE 700ML
Johnnie Walker Song of Ice is a blended Scotch whisky inspired by these wild dwellers of the North. Much like Winterfell’s positioning in Westeros, Song of Ice is crafted using whiskies from Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northern and iconic distilleries, lending a fresher crisp to the Scotch.
The whisky’s delicate flavour is green and grassy, with notes of vanilla and tropical fruit akin to the fruit from the orchards of Dorne. This blended Scotch whisky is best enjoyed over ice for a cold, smooth finish.
JOHNNIE WALKER SONG OF FIRE 700ML
Johnnie Walker Song of Fire boasts flavors of subtle smoke from the peated malts of the Caol Ila distillery. Synonymous with the House in which it hails from Song of Fire’s full-bodied flavour delivers subtle red fruit, a sweet smoke and a hint of spice like those laden in the markets of Meereen.
This blended Scotch whisky is best enjoyed neat for a warm, smooth finish.