Award-winning premium aged Cuban rum. Havana Club Añejo 7 Años was the first Cuban extra aged rum that showed the world that rum could be drunk neat as well as enjoyed in cocktails. It has an intense and complex aroma, with a palate of honey, vanilla, chocolate, cocoa, sweet tobacco, dry fruits and spicy notes. The finish is powerful and full-bodied.
My favourite fortified wine. Pineau de Charentes is made with a blend of Cognac and wine from different grape varieties. After blending it is aged in oak barrels for 4 to 5 years. Keep a bottle handy in the fridge as an aperitif... or great with cheese!
Aperol Barbieri is probably Italy's most popular aperitif, and for a reason. This bright orange and tart liqueur impresses with its bitter-sweet taste and is an absolute classic, without which hardly anything can be done, especially in summer! Mix Aperol Spritz, Aperol Soda or more by getting a piece of the Italian enjoyment culture with Aperol! Aperol Spritz: 6 cl Prosecco or white wine 4 cl aperol 4 ice cubes 2 cl soda or mineral water Pour the prosecco, aperol and ice cubes together into a long drink glass and pour it all up with mineral water or soda -...
Manzanilla is the driest of the dry sherries and is matured in the soleras of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Flor, a layer of yeast in the barrel that protects the wine against oxidisation, thrives in this maritime climate and lends the wine its tangy character. Incredibly fresh, with a salty, tangy character reminiscent of a sea breeze. A complex, nutty palate and crisp, palate-cleansing finish. Treat like a white wine and serve chilled in a normal wine glass, if you don't have a copita handy. A must-have with tapas.