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Picture of Alkkemist Gin 0.7L 40%

Alkkemist Gin 0.7L 40%

Alkkemist Gin is a premium Spanish gin known for its unique flavor profile and meticulous production process. Crafted with utmost care, it undergoes triple distillation in copper stills, allowing the essence of muscat grapes to harmonize with a blend of carefully selected botanicals.
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Amaretto Disaronno 0.7L 28%

Amaretto Disaronno is a much-loved Italian liqueur, with the original recipe dating back to 1525. It is ideally consumed with ice, freshly squeezed lemon juice or in one of your favorite cocktails. Amaretto Disaronno became famous for its almond liqueurs, becoming their typical representative, still having the most sales in Italy.
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Bacardi 8 Year Old 0,7L

Bacardi 8 Year Old is perhaps the most historic rum of the Bacardi company, since its production began with the founding of the company and continues until this day. Maestros de Ron Bacardi carefully select spirits, which mature for at least 8 years in oak barrels.
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Ballantine's 12YRS 0.7L 40%

Ballantine's is a blend of 50 single malt and 4 single grain whiskeys. In 1827 George Ballantine set up a small grocery store in Edinburgh, selling a wide range of different whiskeys to his customers. In 1865 he handed over the shop to his son, as he opened a larger shop in Glasgow, where he focused more on drinks and wines, while also starting his own blends.
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Barcelo Imperial 0,7L

Barcelo Imperial conveys an exotic atmosphere with its taste and aromas. It was introduced to us in 1980, and two decades later it was awarded the distinction of the best rum in the world and in fact with the highest score in the history of the Testing Institute of Chicago. It is a not so famous rum unfortunately, despite the fact that it is very good.
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Beefeater Gin 1L 40%

Beefeater Gin is the only gin in the world, which is still produced in the city of London and even in a distillery in the city center. Its history begins in 1820, but in 1883 the ambitious pharmacist, James Burrough, names the Beefeater after his gin, in honor of the guards of the famous Tower Of London.
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Beluga Vodka 1L 40%

Beluga Vodka is a well-made, Russian vodka from artesian water and exclusively a kind of wheat. They call her "noble", Beluga "The Noble" Vodka, which is a characterization that suits her, since we are talking about a special vodka.
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Belvedere 10 0.7L 40%

The most immediately striking thing about Belvedere 10 is, of course, the bottle in which it comes. There are ten levels to the design, in keeping with the theme, with diamond shapes meant to recall the Diamond Rye used to make the vodka. After opening the bottle, a gold ring is revealed which is engraved with the brand name. Tasting notes from the brand describe a creamy mouthfeel with notes of honey, caramel, and green coffee on the palate, followed by a finish of dark chocolate and praline.
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Bombay East Gin 1L 42%

Bombay East Gin is based on the classic Bombay Sapphire Gin recipe and dedicated to the Far East. Bombay East Gin is not produced by the classic boiling process, but by a special steam infusion process. Bombay Sapphire Gin's exotic botanicals have been enhanced with Thai lemon, Vietnamese black pepper and various spices, creating this special label.
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Botanist Gin 0,7L

Botanist Gin highlights the variety of herbs on the island of Islay, where it is produced. The special thing about this drink is that many of the herbs that make it up are carefully collected, by hand, by experts from the distillery. Impressive packaging since the names of the herbs that compose it, are engraved on the bottle and one can easily read them from there.