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FRESH, FLORAL AND FLAVOURFUL
To make this very special, small-batch Gin we completely rebalance our Wild Gin recipe and redistill it with extra fruit, flowers, spices… and of course a lot of fresh rose petals. Three varieties of rose are used; the rare and elusive Wild Rose from the Wicklow mountains, large fragrant Heritage Roses and the ancient prized Damask Rose. All of which come together to make this a naturally pink and very floral gin. Given the delicate nature of petals as an ingredient, this gin is distilled even slower and more gently than our wild botanical gin with vapour distillation playing a bigger part in extracting those essential oils and flavours. After distilling, it is further infused with even more roses to deepen the flavours and of course the lovely pink hue. This is not “just another pink gin”, far from it. The depth and complexity really needs to be tasted to be understood. Floral, fragrant and flavourful, it is some of the best, most interesting gin we’ve made and comes after a lot of experimenting with plants, fruit, spices and flowers. TASTING NOTES Fresh flowers and fragrant juniper sweetness, blended by orange oil sharpness cutting through. A hint of liquorice slowly appears. (by The Chaps at Master of Malt) masterofmalt.com
Green Jacket 12 Year Premium Whisky 450 mL 36.5 Percent ABV
Green Jacket was launched by William Grant & Sons Korea Ltd., a Korean subsidiary of the world-renowned Scotch whisky maker. Green Jacket is the first whisky to be produced by an Asian subsidiary in the Scotch whisky maker’s 130-year history. William Grant & Sons, founded in Scotland, is famous for Glenfiddich and Balvenie single malt whiskies. The name Green Jacket is derived from the green jacket awarded to the champion of the Masters Golf Tournament to imply that it is the perfect celebratory drink for people who have reached the pinnacle of success, according to the company. Green Jacket whiskies are distilled and matured in Canada.
HENDRICK’S is an unusual gin created from eleven fine botanicals. The curious, yet marvellous, infusions of rose & cucumber imbue our spirit with its uniquely balanced flavour resulting in an unimpeachably smooth and distinct gin. HENDRICK’S GIN’S unique (and dare we say unusually alluring) flavour comes from roses and cucumbers combined with a divine blend of eleven other botanicals, and the use of two distinctly different stills. The result is an exquisitely balanced gin. TASTING NOTES Nose: Big, creamy aromas right off the bat, with a little zesty citrus, juniper, rose petal jelly and cucumber. Palate: Astoundingly fresh notes of cucumber with juniper, oak, a touch more citrus and vanilla. Creamy and savoury. Finish: A long, refreshing, floral finish. (by The Chaps at Master of Malt) masterofmalt.com
CHARCOAL MELLOWED. DROP BY DROP.
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Whiskey, mellowed drop by drop through 10-feet of sugar maple charcoal, then matured in handcrafted barrels of our own making. And our Tennessee Whiskey doesn’t follow a calendar. It’s only ready when our tasters say it is. We judge it by the way it looks. By its aroma. And of course, by the way it tastes. It’s how Jack Daniel himself did it over a century ago. And how we still do it today. TASTING NOTES NOSE -Balanced character -Sweet, oaky, medium body TASTE -Concentrates at mid-palate -Balance of sweet and oak -Great mixer
The history of the markets at the Flea Market in Paris, France, is a mixture of past and present, small and big stories, bricks and pitfalls, chance and opportunity. Located at the gates of Paris (St-Ouen and Vanves), the Flea is a place of life, mirror of our history, where mixes and intertwine paths, shops and cafes, and where each of the objects Ephemeral is transformed on the stalls, by the tumult and the magic of the place, into a real treasure.markets at the Flea Market in Paris is a mixture of past and present, small and big stories, bricks and pitfalls, chance and opportunity. Located at the gates of Paris (St-Ouen and Vanves), the Flea is a place of life, mirror of our history, where mixes and intertwine paths, shops and cafes, and where each of the objects Ephemeral is transformed on the stalls, by the tumult and the magic of the place, into a real treasure.
Molly’s Irish Cream is a premium blend of fresh dairy cream, aged Irish Whiskey, fine Irish Spirits, and natural chocolate flavours. Molly’s uses the freshest possible, highest quality Irish cream which is sourced locally from grass fed cows- in fact, it is so fresh that it typically takes only 48 hours from cow to bottle. With a long history in cream liquor blending and using state of the art technology, Molly’s is arguably the world’s best tasting Irish Cream Liqueur. Today, Molly’s is enjoyed in over 40 countries worldwide, spread across six continents. TASTING NOTES Characteristically smooth, balanced and flavoursome, with a natural appeal, a touch of Irish Whiskey and the suggestion of soft chocolate.
Monkey Shoulder Scotch is a superb blended malt whisky from William Grant, made with single malts from three famous Speyside distilleries. The result is a smooth, creamy, supple and very malty Scotch which works superbly well neat, over ice, or in whisky cocktails (where it really excels). TASTING NOTES Nose: An elegant, stylish nose of marmalade, Crema Catalana (apologies, but it really is there), cocoa and malt. Plenty of vanilla and a sprinkling of winter spice (nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon) alongside a mouth-watering hint of aniseed. Palate: Very malty, creamy delivery with a suggestion of berry fruit. Juicy toasted barley, cloves and butterscotch. Manuka honey, hot-buttered-toast and dried apricot develop. Finish: Medium length, spicy oak and a hint of peppermint on the tail. Overall: According to the Monkey Shoulder website: “Some say it tastes just like riding bareback on the wild moors of Scotland with a flame haired maiden on Christmas morning. Others agree it tastes like 007 wearing a tuxedo wetsuit.” This is whisky to be enjoyed. (by The Chaps at Master of Malt) masterofmalt.com
This solid Prosecco sparkling wine was a lovely way to finish the weekend. Sharp apples notes you’d expect and a consistent chalky quality coming through. The unique quality here was a lovely creamy/fluffy mouth feel that plumps up flavours and gives an exuberant touch to an otherwise middle of the road Secco. Contrasting qualities of sharp and creamy keep this champagne interesting.