Coopers - Pale Ale 24x 375 Bottles.
The ale for every occasion with its fruity and floral character, balanced with a crisp bitterness, Coopers Pale ale has a compelling flavour which is perfect for any occasion. Naturally fermented in the Burton-upon-Trent style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives Pale its fine cloudy appearance.
Tsingtao - Lager 24x 330ml Bottles.
Tsingtao Lager has a crisp, slightly malty flavour and nutty sweet taste which complements spicy or flavourful Asian cuisine. Tsingtao Lager is brewed with the finest all-natural ingredients including domestically-grown hops, high quality barley and spring water from China's Laoshan mountain region.
Blue Marlin 24x 330ml Bottles.
Blue Marlin has been swimming in our market since 1990. Released as a strong beer with a 6% alcohol content, Blue Marlin was rapidly caught and became a very familiar brand to Mauritians and consumers overseas. Today, it's becoming the fastest growing beer in terms of market share. Its special type of brew with the finest hops and barley, has always made it a premium beer. And it's no surprise that, in 1992, it was hooked as the Gold Medal Monde Selection. In 2000, its label needed a skin lift. A new look was designed, to portray more the premium than the strong aspect of the beer. And in 2006, it was again time to be re-looked, to fit its image which is a modern, innovative and refreshing brand. Even though it's skin has changed looks over the years, its taste still remains the same, that is, the taste of a premium beer.
Skillogalee - Basket Pressed Shiraz 2012 6x 75cl Bottles.
This Shiraz is another dark, rich wine in the Skillogalee tradition, with intense colour and powerful, warm aromas and flavours. On the nose and the palate there are berryfruit and plum characters and hints of eucalyptus or mint can sometimes be found. Tannin structure is fine but firm and there is a good level of natural acidity.
42 Below - Pure 70cl Bottle.
Distilled near a world benchmark for air purity, 42 degrees below the equator and from GM Free wheat from the purist wheat-fields in the world.
Distilled three times, then the spirit is washed in spring water, reducing the level of alcohol to 6%. This cleans any remaining impurities. It is then distilled a fourth time to create totally pure spirit. This is high saturation distilling, with New Zealand Spring water, which is unique to 42 Below.
42 Below is a smooth, full, grain-based vodka similar in style to vodkas produced in Scandinavian countries, which differ from the potato and rye-based vodkas typical of Russia and Poland. A characteristic of grain-based vodkas is that they have a smoother taste than their rye or potato-based counterparts.
42 Below is batch-distilled just out of Wellington by a distiller with more than 20 years experience in the industry, using water that has attained the highest purity rating possible.
Aalborg - Jubileaum 70cl Bottle.
Aalborg Jubilaeums Aquavit is golden and elegant with a few simple aromas. Dill is encountered in the refined company of coriander, the prinme characteristic of this pure, fruity aquavit. Star aniseed and citrus can also be discerned, all nicely rounded off with a piquant, burnt quality suggestive of caramel. It was introduced in1946 to celebrate the 100-year jubilee of Aalborg Taffel Akvavit. Excellent with fish, in particular, fried fatty fish. Pickled duck or chicken with a full-bodied light sauce will also be enhanced by this charming aquavit.
Aalborg - Tafel 70cl Bottle.
The classic Aalborg Tafel Akvavit has an exceedingly pure aroma of caraway, supported only by the slightest suggestion of orange. It's body and aromas open up the taste. Friends of Aalborg Tafel Akvavit could say the same in 1846, as the recipe has remained unchanged ever since - and the result likewise. A crystal-clear aquavit, full of character, best enjoyed chilled as an accompaniment to herring and other good food, and preferably in cheerful company. It is the preferred aquavit of Danes and in 2002 was elected best aquavit in the world at The International Wine and Spirits Competition held in London.
Aba - Pisco 50cl Bottle.
The proven existence of Pisco can be traced back to 1871, and its original Appellation of Origin was reserved and approved by law in 1931. Pisco ABA is produced in the heart of the Elqui Valley, a long narrow oasis that winds its way through the Andes. A boutique type of distillate made by the Aguirre family. Produced with double distillation in copper pot stills. You can drink Pisco ABA in a delicious Pisco Sour (Chileans' favourite cocktail), or mixed with Schweppes, Tonic Water or Ginger Ale (called chuflay in Chile), or simply neat on the rocks. Awarded: Gold Medal - VinItaly 2002; Silver Medal - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2002 (London); Double Gold Medal - The San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2004.
Aberfeldy - 12 Year Old 70cl Bottle.
The Aberfeldy Single Malt Whisky lies at the heart of the Dewar's blends.
At 12 years old this is a golden whisky, with an incense-like, heathery honey nose, and a syrupy palate that lingers like a liqueur.
Full, golden yellow.
Almost incense-like, heather honey with a fruity softness, notes of pineapple, toast and cereal.
Syrupy, lingering on the tongue like a liqueur.
Full flavour, the perfume characteristics become more spicy, with a bitter hint of Seville oranges in a decidedly dry finish.
Aberfeldy - 21 Year Old 70cl Bottle.
This deep golden whisky has a pleasing heathery honey aroma and a full flavour with touches of Seville oranges, which linger on the tongue.
Available in strictly limited quantities.
Aberlour - 10 Year Old 70cl Bottle.
Aberlour is a pure single highland malt from Speyside. Aberlour was founded in 1826 by James Gordon and Peter Weir at the feet of Ben Rinnes, from whose slopes it draws its water and said to be an important characteristic of its distinctive flavour. The distillery was rebuilt in 1879 after a fire and it is this date which appears on the label. The Aberlour Glenvilet Distillery Company is a subsidiary of Campbell Distillers.
Glenlivet - Conglass Cask 41723 70cl Bottle.
Rising in the hills beyond Glenlivet, The Conglass Water cascades downstream, flowing through the wild, rugged landscape of Highlands of Scotland. Eventually it meets the Livet, the smooth, flowing river that gives the region its name and inspires the taste of our whisky.
Nose: Sweet, citrusy orange and creamy vanilla flavours are balanced with delicate hints of almonds.
Taste: Incredibly smooth and sweet, this whisky is a treat for the taste buds. The creamy toffee flavours are delicately balanced with the fruitiness of boiled sweets.
Finish: Long, smooth and slightly dry.
Bottling date: 18.02.2014 - Age: 14 Years.
Glenlivet - Gallow Hill Cask 142608 70cl Bottle.
With spectacular views across Glenlivet, Gallow Hill slopes gently above the Distillery. This rugged and remote landscape has hardly changed since George Smith, The Glenlivets founder, first started distilling his whisky all those years ago.
Nose: Bursting with fruits from sweet clementine oranges and pears complemented perfectly with toasted almonds and moist, spicy gingerbread.
Taste: Wonderfully sweet orange flavours balanced with rich milk chocolate and a hint of treacle toffee.
Finish: Long and refreshing.
Bottling date: 25.02.2014 - Age 16 Years.