High Five: Summer Spirits
Fenwick Raspberry Gin Liqueur
At Fenwick, we have meticulously taste tested our Fenwick Raspberry Gin Liqueur to perfection. Sparkling with crisp and tantalisingly tart bursts of fresh raspberries, its distinct juniper notes add a balmy, floral taste sensation that rounds off the fruit beautifully. This liqueur suits both a sweet and a sharp tooth as its layers of raspberry have been enhanced with a touch of sugar, tying the tastes together seamlessly. It’s beautifully packaged and balanced gin that harnesses the delicate and fruity citrus aromas of raspberry for a tempting tipple.
Chase Distillery Chase Pink Grapefruit and Pomelo Gin
Family-owned single-estate distillery, Chase Distillery prides itself on fine spirits grown from their own farm in Herefordshire. The zestful Pink Grapefruit and Pomelo Gin$) has been expertly crafted by copper pot distilling for a unique flavour with a bounty of pink grapefruit and pomelo peels. The perfect mixer with tonic, it should be garnished with a fleshy wedge of grapefruit to finish.
Bolney Bubbly English Sparkling Wine
Rendering a celebratory palate, the Bolney Bubbly English Sparkling Wine is a quenching tipple for sunny days. Displaying fragrant florals, elderflower and a distinct brioche note, this fresh and zesty option will bring some sparkle into your formal functions and jaunty seasonal garden parties. It makes the ultimate toast when drunk cold from a flute.
Laurent Perrier Rose NV
The Laurent Perrier Rose NV garners attention from its distinctive bottle, to its layered taste. Meticulously blended using Pinot Noir and an unusual soak-on-the-skins method, it showcases layers of delicious raspberry and redcurrant notes with a fine and decadent fizz. Drink alongside a bowl of ripe and sweetened strawberries.
Bushmills 10yr Single Malt Whiskey
Choose a magnificent Irish single malt, courtesy of the Bushmills 10-year whiskey. Tempting the nose with aromas of banana, it’s a medium palate elevated by remarkably fruity, chocolate pudding flavours. The floral finish gives a tannic nuance meant to be savoured. Add a drop of water to the dram to pull out its nectarine tones.