Amaro 18 Isolabella
70cl / 20,9%
Isolabella 18 is an Amaro, a tonic whereby 18 reflects to the exact number of herbs used to produce this drink. Isolabella 18 was first created in 1871 by Italian Egidio Isolabella. Isolabella 18 can be drunk pure on ice or used as a ingredient for cocktails.
Carpano Punt e Mes
75cl / 16%
Punt e Mes dates to around 1867 and is simultaneously amongst the bitterest and sweetest of vermouths. Punt e Mes is a rare example of a vermouth amaro, or “vermouth con bitter,” a style of vermouth with extra bitters added. Adulterating Vermouth di Torino with bitters or vanilla flavoring—almost like a cockail—when drinking it is an Turinese...
Martini Bitter 100cl
100cl / 21%
Ín March 2014 Bacardi Martini has announced the re-launching of its Martini Bitter which it says is the original bitter aperitif. This new edition was only be available for a limited amount of time. This Martini Bitter is the extremely rare 1980’s version, based upon the original recipe from 1872.
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Moët & Chandon Petite Liquorelle
20cl / 18%
First introduced in the 1980s Petite Liquorelle was an attempt from Moët & Chandon to market a new style of cocktail drink, a mixture of M&C Champagne and Marc de Champagne, which is a eau-de-vie made from Champagne grapes. Unfortunately Petite Liquorelle was discontinued in the 1990s.€69,95
(ex. VAT € 57,81 )
Noilly Prat Rouge
75cl / 15-17%
This is Noilly Prat’s sweet vermouth, which was created in 1956. It uses the same base wines, but also includes caramel coloring to give it its red hue. (Many people assume sweet vermouths are made from red wines- nope!) The Rouge calls for the same 20 ingredients as the Original Dry, but used in different ratios than the dry. It then a...