Martell VSOP (40%)

Martell is the oldest of the "big four" of the cognac world (the others are Hennessy, Courvoisier and Remy Martin). These four control more than 80% of the market share of cognac sales. Martell was founded in 1715. During its long history, its owner has changed several times. At the end…

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Abavas Burkans (Carrot) (38%)

Abavas is a small winery in Latvia, founded in 2010. The winery which started as a romantic family company has grown over the years into a joint venture of three families. In addition to various wines and ciders, the company also produces distillates, for example from apples and various berries. However,…

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Branca Menta (28%)

Fernet is a sub-style of amaro, which is an Italian bitter or herbal liqueur. Fernets are usually herbal and very bitter drinks with a low sugar content. Fratelli Branca is one of the most famous producers of fernet. Fernet is typically made in Italy, but it is also made in other…

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Diplomatico Mantuano (40%)

Sugar cane has been cultivated in Venezuela since the 1500s. The industrial production of rum started right at the end of the 19th century. Behind the Diplomatico brand is Distilleries Unitas, which is a fairly new company, founded in 2002. However, its owners have a history spanning several decades and the…

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Ararat Ani 6YO (40%)

Ararat is the most famous Armenian brandy and perhaps the most famous alcohol producer in the entire Caucasus region. Ararat is made using traditional methods, the same ones used to make cognac in France. The grapes are pressed using the same methods as when making sparkling wine. Fermented wine is distilled…

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Liviko Plum Liqueur (21%)

Estonian alcohol company Liviko released two novelty drinks in 2023, both featured with a plum. In addition to plum vodka, Liviko's liqueur series was completed with plum liqueur. In addition to plum, rectified spirit and sugar, the plum liqueur has been supplemented with a small amount of rum. A 50 cl…

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Suze (20%)

Suze is a traditional French aperitif. According to the manufacturer, Suze was developed in 1889 and is still produced on the original recipe. Suze's main raw material is yellow gentian, which grows in the mountains of France and Switzerland. Suze has been a popular drink in France for over a hundred…

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Toschi Mirtilli (24%)

Toschi is an Italian family company founded in 1945. Toschi's business idea was to preserve fruits and berries for alcohol, and the company is still on that path. The company, which became famous in Italy for various liqueurs, spirits and syrups, went international in the late 60s and today their products…

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The Great Valley 5YO (42%)

Ararat is the legendary Armenian brandy, but there are also several other brandy distilleries in the country. Ararat Valley (Great Valley) has also given its name to this distillery, which was founded by Tigran Arzakantsyanom in 1998. Brandy is made from local grape varieties Voskehat and Garandmak, both of which are…

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Bols Cacao Brown (24%)

The Dutch company Lucas Bols is one of the oldest distilleries. Today, it mainly focuses on producing liqueurs, which Bols has quite a comprehensive selection. There are more than 40 different types of liqueurs in production, and the company also produces genever, vodka, gin and other alcohols. In addition to its…

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