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Alcoholic Drinks

If you’re looking to update your selection of alcoholic drinks with a range of exciting liqueurs, brandy’s, wines and vodkas, or you’re just branching out into the world of alcoholic beverages, discover Fine Food Specialist’s range. Here you’ll be able to find a wide range of some of the finest alcohols from all over the world that you can enjoy with friends and family over a gourmet meal.

Cocktail bar classics

If you fancy yourself as quite the cocktail shaker, we recommend exploring our selection of gins and rich liquers to add an intense flavour. Make sure you have a range of soft drinks to use as complementary mixers, as well!

For leisurely sipping

If you like to enjoy a tipple after a long day or a social drink with friends on nights out, we thoroughly recommend trying a bottle of Sangria. This sweet and refreshing alcoholic beverage has a medium-bodied base wine, combined with cinnamon and orange aromas. Great for sharing, sangria can be simply poured over ice into a large jug so you and your company can enjoy the authentic taste of Spain.

For those who prefer a crisper alcoholic beverage, or for fans of the exotic tastes of Japan, why not try our selection of sake?

For the perfect aperitif or digestif

Alcohol can be the perfect way to stimulate the palate before a meal, with smaller and dryer beverages doing the trick. Opt for something a little lighter in alcohol content.

Alternatively, you can use alcohol as a digestif. Digestifs tend to be a little stronger as they are sipped on a full stomach, so why not choose something richer to be slowly savoured?

Alcohol can be widely used in the kitchen, making it an extremely versatile ingredient, when used in moderation. Add a splash to your sauce for a stronger flavour, or use in a marinade to season the meat.

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    Black Cow Vodka, 70cl
    £36.50
    Made on the West Dorset coast, Black Cow vodka is the world’s only pure milk vodka. It is made entirely from the milk of grass-fed cows by dairy farmer Jason Barber. The milk whey used is a by-product of Barber’s cheese-making process and creates a stunningly smooth drink that is uniquel...
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  2. Chateau Laville Sauternes 2015, 375ml
    Chateau Laville Sauternes 2015, 375ml
    £29.95
    Château Laville is a delightfully sweet dessert wine. When sipped it will reveal hints of pear, mandarin zest and apricots. Overall it has a rich, honeyed palate of lovely citrus fruit with a syrupy texture and is perfect when paired with foie gras or cheese. This sauternes is also wonderful w...
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If you’re looking to update your selection of alcoholic drinks with a range of exciting liqueurs, brandy’s, wines and vodkas, or you’re just branching out into the world of alcoholic beverages, discover Fine Food Specialist’s range. Here you’ll be able to find a wide range of some of the finest alcohols from all over the world that you can enjoy with friends and family over a gourmet meal.

Cocktail bar classics

If you fancy yourself as quite the cocktail shaker, we recommend exploring our selection of gins and rich liquers to add an intense flavour. Make sure you have a range of soft drinks to use as complementary mixers, as well!

For leisurely sipping

If you like to enjoy a tipple after a long day or a social drink with friends on nights out, we thoroughly recommend trying a bottle of Sangria. This sweet and refreshing alcoholic beverage has a medium-bodied base wine, combined with cinnamon and orange aromas. Great for sharing, sangria can be simply poured over ice into a large jug so you and your company can enjoy the authentic taste of Spain.

For those who prefer a crisper alcoholic beverage, or for fans of the exotic tastes of Japan, why not try our selection of sake?

For the perfect aperitif or digestif

Alcohol can be the perfect way to stimulate the palate before a meal, with smaller and dryer beverages doing the trick. Opt for something a little lighter in alcohol content.

Alternatively, you can use alcohol as a digestif. Digestifs tend to be a little stronger as they are sipped on a full stomach, so why not choose something richer to be slowly savoured?

Alcohol can be widely used in the kitchen, making it an extremely versatile ingredient, when used in moderation. Add a splash to your sauce for a stronger flavour, or use in a marinade to season the meat.

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