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  • Gins, Vodka, Aniseed...

    Gins, Vodka, Aniseed liqueurs. In this section of Vodkas, Gins and Anis you will find prestigious vodkas, quality gins and surprising aniseed.
    Vodka: Kauffman, Gray Goose, Belvedere ...
    Gins: London Hill, Botanist, Plymouth ...
    Aniseed: Blue P'Tit, Pastis de Provence, Pastis 51 Rosé ...

  • Absinthes

    Absinthe is an alcohol whose main component is absinthe plants.

    A little history: before 1830 absinthe is an aperitif locally spread in the region of Pontarlier. On June 14, 1830 a French expeditionary force landed at Sidi Ferruch in order to conquer Algeria. French soldiers are then advised to dilute a few drops of absinthe in the water to "purify" it. The return of these soldiers in all regions of France makes this drink so popular that in 1870 the absinthe represents 90% of aperitifs consumed in France. Under the pressure of the anti-alcohol leagues and the wine lobby Absinthe is banned in France in 1915 for reasons of public health (too much concentration of thujone in absinthes was crazy ..)

    In November 1998, Michel Rocard then Prime Minister signs a decree authorizing and regulating the presence of thujone (molecule of the essential oil of absinthe) in drinks.

    Absinthe can be made according to 3 processes, distillation, dissolution of essences and maceration.

    How to serve Absinthe?

    Pour the pure Absinth in a specific glass, place a shovel with Absinthe (spoon with holes), place a sugar on the shovel and pour ice cold water slowly.

    Why Absinthe gets cloudy Ingredients that are not soluble in water (anise, fennel, etc.) form emulsions that disturbs absinthe. The same phenomenon explains the fact that anise is troubled.

    In 1999 "L'Absente" distilled by the Distilleries de Provence is the first French "absinthe" since the ban of 1915.

  • Aniseed Liqueurs and...

    Buy in Calais Aniseed Liqueurs and Pastis. Pastis is an alcoholic drink flavored with anise and liquorice.

    Pastis is made by aromatizing a neutral alcohol of agricultural origin with extracts of anisvert, star anise, fennel and natural extracts of licorice. This flavoring can be obtained by three processes (or a combination of the three): maceration, distillation and addition of natural extracts.

    Add between five and seven volumes of fresh water for a volume of Pastis. Pastis is cloudy because ingredients not soluble in water (anise, fennel ..) form emulsions in contact with water.

    The yellow color of a Pastis is due to a dye, caramel is often used. There are white pastis without dye and blue pastis. You will find on our site the great classics that are Ricard and Pastis 51, Pastis 51 Rosé or Pastis 51 glacial but also Aqualanca and Pastis Henri Bardouin.

    Anisette is an anise liquor characterized by a sugar content greater than 100 gr / liter (15 ° alcohol minimum). Marie Brizard is an anisette.Several Mediterranean countries produce an alcohol based on anise, you will find on our website Arak, Ouzo, Raki, Sambuca.

    Several cocktails are based on aniseed aperitif. The most famous are Tomato (grenadine & aniseed), Moorish (orgeat & anise syrup), Parrot (mint & anise syrup), Canary (lemon & anise syrup).

  • Aperitif Liqueur

    Buy cheap alcohols and Aperitifs in calais. Wine-based aperitifs (ABV) are, as their name indicates, products whose main base is wine and are subdivided into 4 categories, the VDN (natural sweet wines) such as Banyuls, Muscats, Rivesaltes, VDL (Liqueur wines) such as Ratafia, Pineau des Charentes, Floc de Gascognes, Marsala, Vermouth such as Cinzano, Martini, Noilly Prat .., and Quinquinas such as Lillet, Dubonnet, Byrrh, St Raphael .

    Alcohol-based aperitifs (ABA) are subdivided into 3 categories, Bitters, such as Campari, Aperol, Angostura, Fernet Branca, Amers, Picon, Gentians such as Suze, Gentian Salers, the Gentian of the Chartreux monks, and the Anisees that are Pastis (Ricard, Henri Bardouin), Anisettes (Marie Brizard) and Absinthes are the subject of a special section on our site.

  • Armagnacs

    Armagnac is a eau-de-vie from the departments of Gers, Landes and Lot et Garonne. This alcohol is obtained by distillation of a dry white wine from the 3 main grape varieties of the area that are Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Folle Blanche.

    The white alcohol thus obtained will be placed in new oak barrels. The aging must last at least 2 years in the cellars of the appellation areas Bas-Armagnac, Armagnac Ténarèze, Haut-Armagnac.

    The legal mentions are: VS (Very Special) or 3 * for 2 years minimum, VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale) or VO (Very Old) for 5 years minimum, XO (Extra Old) for 6 years minimum and finally Hors of Age for 10 years minimum.

    We offer a range of vintage Armagnacs, we can go back to order until 1918. Contact us on +33 (0) 3 21 36 40 40 for price information.

  • Spirits Liqueurs and...

    Spirits Liqueurs and Specialities. In this category you will find originalities, liqueurs, eaux de vie, aperitifs ..... that you would not have looked in the right place as we know the product but of which we do not know the manufacture and that the we can not know where to classify. Products from other countries, sometimes from the end of the world that are not familiar.

  • Bourbons
  • Cachaças "rum" from...

    Cachaca is an alcoholic drink made in Brazil from the juice of the sugar cane quite sililar to rum. Cachaça is the white alcohol of Brazil par excellence. It is obtained after fermentation then distillation at 40 ° (Rum is distilled between 65 ° and 75 °) freshly squeezed sugar cane juice and then bottled immediately. Some cachaças are put in barrels but it is a tiny part of the production.

    Purists will tell you that it is only Caïpirinha if it is made from cachaça!

  • Calvados
  • Malt Whiskies Cellar

    More than 300 different whiskies in store

  • Cognac French Brandy

    Buy in calais cheap Cognac French Brandy. Cognac is a brandy from the region of Cognac and Charentes. This alcohol is obtained by distillation of a slightly fermented and slightly alcoholic white grape juice (the 7 ° to 9 ° boiler wine) from the 3 main grape varieties of the zone such as Ugni Blanc, Colombard and Folle Blanche. .

    The white alcohol thus obtained will be placed in new oak barrels. These oaks generally come from the forest of Tronçais or forests of Limousin.The aging must last at least 2 years in cellars air appellation.

    The quality of a Cognac is measured according to 2 criteria.

    The nobility of origin of its soil.

    In the order of finesse and reputation here are the wines of Cognac: Grande Champagne, Petit Champagne, Borderie, Fin Bois, Bon Bois and finally Bois Ordinaire.

    The aging time in oak barrels.

    The legal mentions are: VS (Very Special) for 2 years minimum, VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale) for 4 years minimum and finally XO (Extra Old) or Napoleon for 6 years minimum.

    The big trading houses dominate the market, but smaller houses such as Cognac Léonard, Cognac De Luze, Cognac Louis Royer, Cognac Hine stand out and we must give a special mention to the house Cognac Delamain and its famous Vesper by the greatest amateurs.

    Pineau des Charentes is an appetizer obtained by blending cognac and grape juice of the year. Cognac can also be consumed in Long Drink and is part of many cocktails such as the Champs-Elysees, The Side Car, Apple Blossom, Alexander but is also used in cooking for buckling.

  • Brandy Spirit

    Buy cheap Brandy Spirit in calais. In this category Eaux de Vie, we understand the spirits of wine, cider brandy, beer brandies, brandys, fruit spirits of wider geographical origins, including origins other than France. Cognacs, Armagnacs and Calvados, which are of course wine or cider eaux de vie, are the subject of a category in their own right. A fruit brandy follows the following process. Fermentation or Maceration of fruits and Distillation of these fruits.Les must be of excellent quality (difficult to imagine a good result with an average ingredient !!!), depending on the fruit is used maceration or fermentation before distilling the product of this maceration or fermentation into copper stills. The heart of the heater is kept and placed in vats or large glass jars to let the brandy age. Only the old plum is kept in summer, other fruit brandies do not see the wood because it is the fruity character that the producer wants to highlight in its production. We offer the famous Vieille Prune Souillac distillery Louis Roques, but also the products of the distillery Kuhri, Biercée, Raspberry Brana but also the Williamine Morand. The spirits of wine, cider or beer follow the same process. Production of the product then distillation under-wood aging or not and bottling. We offer brandy from Brittany cider, beer flower, brandies from France and Spain such as Soberano, Asbach Uralt Original from Germany or the Italian Nardini or Alexander Grappa. For more information on our range call us at 00 33 3 21 36 40 40 7/7 10.00 AM-7.00 PM

  • Fruits in Liqueur

    Fruits in Liqueur. Fruits with liqueur, Fruits with the brandy, After having crossed the roads of Périgord and the south of France, the house Clovis Reymond brings back to the season plums, cherries, chestnuts, raspberries, apricots, pears, clementines, nuts , chestnuts, mirabelle plums, pineapple and prunes.
    All fruits benefit from the traditional Clovis Reymond preparation method: after cooking or scalding, the fruits macerate for at least three months in an oak barrel or in a jar of earth in the brandy.The Grandes distilleries Fougerolles in the Vosges are also a wonderful distillery that offer sour cherries or raspberries or cassis in the water of Life

  • Gins

    Gin, which takes its name from Genever, appeared in the Netherlands under the name of Genever, but it is in England that its elaboration has become an art form, as the variety and refinement of its gins is legendary. Belgium, the USA, France produce gin. Gin is obtained by redistilling basic alcohol in which several spices, herbs and aromatics have infused it is Distilled Gin. Gin can also be flavored by natural or artificial essences (Sloe Gin, Gin with sloe) The variety and diversity of spices and botanicals available to the British Empire explains this richness. Only Plymouth Gin has a kind of AOC because it must be manufactured in Plymouth. London Dry Gin must not be made specifically in London but is a Distilled Gin containing only natural ingredients. Gin is the base alcohol of famous cocktails such as Gin Fizz, Gin Tonic, White Lady, Pink Lady, Vesper .... You will perfectly succeed these cocktails with the Cocktailmaster and the gins that we offer , Essential BR, London Hill, Filliers, Leopold's, Jodphur, The Botanist, Whitley Neil, Monkey 47, Aviation, Pink 47, Citadel, Plymouth Gin, Sapphire Bombay, Old Raj, Gordon's, Tanqueray, Pink Pepper Audemus, Death's Door.

  • Mead from honey

    The mead is the fruit of the fermentation of honey diluted in water and the yeasts of honey initiate an alcoholic fermentation. Mayanne produces a sparkling mead that has a huge success. A mead takes a few months to fully develop its aromas. Aging in oak casks brings roundness and complexity to the mead, the tannins of the wood give the mead more important guard capacity. Some meads can be flavored with fruits or plants and roots.

    Mead is certainly the first alcoholic beverage that man has produced. A man forgets honey in a container in which it rains during a shower. The alcoholic fermentation starts with the endogenous yeasts and the trick is played. There are traces of mead production in China around the year 700 and Aristotle in 350 was the first to record a recipe.

  • Fruit and Flowers Creams

    A liquor or cream is flavored by the maceration or distillation of fruits, flowers, root plants or spices in alcohol.
    Creams are less alcoholic (15 ° to 20 °) than liqueurs but sweeter. A liquor contains at least 100 gr of sugar / liter, a cream 250 gr of sugar / liter, cream of Cassis when it climbs to a minimum of 400 gr of sugar / liter.

    The liquors obtained by distillation are:
    The liqueurs of seeds (anisette, chocolate ...), bark liquors (triple dry with orange peel), plant liquors (mint, verbena, thyme ...). We offer products from Vedrenne, Giffard, Fisselier, Pagès. Other products are considered liqueurs, Safari, Pasoa, Manzana Verde, St Germain, Cointreau, Grand Marnier, Velvet Falernum, Pama, Kahlua, Limoncello, Jagermeister, Chartreuse, Izarra, Soho ....

    There is a confusion between Bailey's creams and liqueur creams. Liqueur creams are made from an alcohol base (rum, whiskey, calavdos or other ...) to which liquid cream is added.

  • Mignonette Miniature...

    Mignonette Miniature Bottles. For collectors, to taste before buying a bottle, to compose a gift basket with diversity. The mignonettes of alcohol are at the origin of the advertising samples to make known an alcohol.

  • Ports Tawny Colheita...

    Porto is a mutated wine from Portugal, produced only in the Alto Douro Valley, about a hundred kilometers from the city of Porto where are located the big trading houses in Villa Nova de Gaia.
    It is a bit to Colbert then Prime Minister of King Louis XIV that we owe the Porto. Indeed he proclaimed an embargo against England and the English, deprived of our wines of Aquitaine then had to turn to the wines of Porto. These wines do not support the trip. An English merchant Sir Beardsley is thinking of adding brandy pure wine to prevent it from turning. It is in this form of mutated wine that we know Porto.
    The treading at the foot of grapes in Lagares (large concrete vats) to the sound of accordions is still done for folklore but also for the best ports (Vintage and LBV).
    The mutage takes place during the fermentation, when the must reaches 7 ° to 8 °, it is added a wine brandy grading at 77 °. This addition of alcohol has the effect of stopping any fermentation. The sugar contained in the must at this time that would have quietly transformed into alcohol during the alcoholic fermentation is then found to be residual sugar (which explains the sweet side of the Port). There are two major families of portos. The Oxidative Ports, (Tawny, Colheita ..) and the Reductive Port (LBV, Vintage, Crusted).
    The Oxidative Ports are raised in casks then in barrels (pipas) and are therefore in contact with the air through the wood. Oxidation of the wine is possible. These already oxidized Portos can easily be kept for one year once the bottle is opened.
    Les Portos Réductifs, are raised 2 years in lightning then are bottled and continue to improve. These wines are very long-lasting wines from 20 to 40 years old. These Port wines that have not been oxidized can not be kept long once the bottle is opened like the wines we know.
    Porto Ruby is on the border of the two types of Port because it spends 4 to 6 years before being bottled. It is fruity and marked by slight oxidative notes.
    We offer a wide range of Portos including Ramos Pinto Houses and its Lagrima, Taylor's, Burmester, Andresen, Barros, Churchill's, Sao Pedro, Quinta do Tedo.

  • Rums

    Rum is an alcohol produced from sugar cane. The sugar cane is cultivated as soon as a few conditions are met: heat, strong sunshine, rich and well-drained soils. It is not surprising to find sugar cane in many places around the world. (South America, Caribbean, Florida, Mexico, Nicaragua India, Philippines, Thailand, China, Malaysia, Madagascar, Reunion, Kenya, Zambia, South Africa and many others ....). So it is not surprising to discover almost as much of Rums as there are countries producing sugar cane. Don Papa Rums of the Philippines are currently feasting us and it is a safe bet that in a few years we will talk about Chinese or Indian rums.
    There are two categories of rums: agricultural rum made from vesou (sugar cane juice) and sugar rum, a molasses rum (by-product from sugar production). A rum occurs in several stages. First the grinding of the cane from which it is extracted a juice (vesou), then the fermentation of this vesou or molasses to obtain a slightly alcoholic juice (between 5 ° to 10 °) .This juice is then distilled to obtain white rum. This white rum will become an Amber Rum during a barrel aging for 1 to 2 years. An old rum will have aged at least 3 years in summer and an Hors d'Age will have spent more than 5 years in summer. We offer a very wide selection of Rums on our site but also in cellar. For more information call us 7/7 from 10h00 to 19h00 at 00 33 3 21 36 40 40. Here are some names to put your mouth water. Angostura, Arcane, Appleton Estate, AH Riise, Botran, Barcelo, Barbancourt, Caroni, Centenario, Chantal Conte, Chamarel, Clement, Cockspur, Damoiseau, Depaz, Diplomatico, Don Papa, Doorly's, Dos Madeiras, Fortin, Havana Club, HSE, Karukera, The Favorite, Matusalem, Medellin, Mezan, Millonario, Mulata, Neisson, New Grove, PMG, Father Labat, Relicario, Mat River, Seale's, Santa Lucia, Santa Teresa, Savana, Severin, Toucan, Three Rivers, Zacapa as well only rums arranged boucaneries or rums of Ced.

  • Saké

    Saké. Sake is little known in UK and often confused with a distilled alcohol based on sake which title between 40 ° and 60 °. It is necessary to associate the sake with japan with the fact that the wine is in France. A drink grading between 12 ° and 20 ° serving as accompaniment for meals or as an aperitif. The manufacture of sake follows the main stages that are: the work on the rice (polishing, soaking and cooking), the fermentation of the rice with the help of yeasts proper to each producer, the bottling.
    There are 2 types of sake, Futsu Shu, a sake for everyday consumption without great demands of rice quality, polishing, yeast quality or ripening time. The Tokutei Meisho Shu a sake of higher-end naming that will meet quality criteria both on the polishing of the grain of rice (the more the% is important the more the heart of the grain of rice is discovered and the quality of the sake increases) that on the addition (Honjozo Shu) or not (Jummai Shu) alcohol after fermentation and a maturation time before filtering and bottling.

  • Sherry & Madeira

    Sherry, known as Sherry or Jerez takes its name from the city of Jerez in Andalusia where it is produced. It is a mutated wine obtained by adding a wine brandy. The harvest is dried one to two days in the sun in order to concentrate the aromas. Three grape varieties are used, the Palomino Fino, which produces the best known dry sherry being the Tio Pepe brand, the Pedro Ximenez which produces a softer sherry and Muscat also called Moscatel which produces a very sweet sherry.

    There are two main categories of sherrys, the Fino and the Oloroso. For the Fino, the flor, yeast film formed naturally on the surface of the wine during the winemaking process plays a decisive role in obtaining Fino sherry because it protects the wine from oxidation by depriving the wine of any contact with oxygen from the ambient air. The Fino is a wine that has a title around 15 ° because above 16 °, the flower dies. This process of oxidation / reduction is similar to what we know with the wines of the Jura and breeding under sail. Fino lighter is a Manzanillo, a Fino long stored and raised in solera is an Amontillado.

    For the Oloroso, closer to the Tawny Port, there is fermentation in barrels and addition of a grape brandy and a controlled aeration. The sugar concentration of an Oloroso will give either a Palo Cortado or an Amoroso or a Cream.

    The solera is a wine aging system. The wine at the end of aging destined to be conditioned, is withdrawn from the solera. The quantity of wine removed is replaced by that of the two barrels above and so on. The Spaniards say that with this system, the old wine educates the young. The wine made from a solera in place for a century still contains a tiny proportion of the first century-old wine. This system also ensures the continuity of the style of a house. We propose you the following houses on site or in store, Lustau, Sandeman, TiopPepe Gonzalez Byass and El Maestro Sierra whose Solera dates from 1830 !!!

  • Tequila

    Buy cheap Tequila in calais.Tequila is produced in Mexico from a cactus Agave Tequilana. To obtain the name of "tequila", this alcohol must be produced in the state of Jalisco and in some cities of the states of Nayarit, Guanajuato, Tamaulipas and Michoacan.
    There are four types of tequila Blanco, Gold, Reposado and Anejo.La tequila blanco is transparent and obtained after the second distillation and without aging in cask.Tequila joven is a white tequila aged in oak cask to which it is added a dye (usually caramel) and aroma.La tequila reposado is a tequila blanco resting at least two months in oak barrels; its taste is slightly sweeter than tequila blanco. It is the most consumed in Mexico. The tequila anejo and extra anejo must stay at least a year for the year and 3 years for the extra anejo in an oak barrel sealed by a government officer. The color of these tequilas is darker than the tequila reposado. A new trend is to consider finishes in whiskey barrels or rums. We offer the brands Avion, Mariachi and Sangre Azteca. Tequila is used in famous cocktails such as Margarita, Tequila Sunrise, Acapulco, Coco Loco ...

  • Glasseware and...

    Glasseware and Accessories for Spirits

    Portos, Armagnacs, Cognacs, Calvados, Anisables, Aperitifs, Liqueurs and creams, eau-de-vie, rums, blended whiskeys or single malt, all these wonderful products must be tasted in the glasses designed to optimize your pleasure. You will also find in this section granite stones that serve to refresh your alcoholic drink without water melting in your glass.

  • Vodkas
  • Fruits Wine -...

    For an original aperitif opt for a fruit wine such as a strawberry wine, raspberry wine or a cherry wine.
    Discover also our range of Flavored wines Fruitt'y Vin, which is based on white wine or rosé wine with more exotic flavors than the others.

  • Warenghem Distillery

    Warenghem Distillery The Warenghem Distillery is located in Lannion for 100 years now. Known for its liqueurs and historical Elixirs, its chouchens. This distillery was able to reflect its Celtic origins by creating Armorik, a range of Breton whiskey.

  • Jack Daniel's

    Jack Daniel's is not Bourbon, it's Jack Daniels' ..... nothing to do will tell you the fans.

    The story begins with Jasper Newton saying "Jack" Daniel born in 1846 or 1850 according to the Biographies. Attention phenomenon !!! Jack Daniel buys the distillery of his boss at the age of thirteen (or 17 years depending on his year of birth) very quickly he understands the importance of a brand and gives its name to its production: Jack Daniel's. His nephew him succeeds in 1911 passes the episode of prohibition and installs again the distillery in Lynchburg in the heart of the Tennessee countryside in 1938. The Tennessee Whiskey appellation is officially recognized in 1941. A filtering process through maple charcoal noticeably differentiates Kentucky Bourbon from Tennessee Whiskey, of which Jack Daniels is one.

    The famous Old N ° 7 Jack Daniel's is the most sold American whiskey in the world.

  • Provence Distilleries...

    Provence Distilleries and Domaines . The Cie Distilleries and Domaines de Provence has its roots in Forcalquier on the foothills of the Lure mountain since the Middle Ages. This company has continued revenue that would have been forgotten such as Farigoule, the Nut of St Jean, the Ruinquinquin, Bau sparkling muscat wine, but also relaunched the consumption of quality Pastis with the launch of his Pastis Henri Bardouin and his Absinthe has the effigy of Van Gogh.

  • Quai Sud Cocktails

    Quai Sud Cocktails; Quai Sud is a manufacturer of gourmet products, Quai Sud is inspired by both the culinary traditions of the world and the zeitgeist with always this desire to travel taste and discovery. We have selected the range of cocktail preparations based on vodka, Gin, Rum or even wines. Rediscover the great classics that are the Pina Colada or the Caipirinha or let yourself be tempted by the Blue Lagoon, the Samourai or even the strawberry mojito and many others ..

  • Spirit Magnums &...

    Spirit Magnums & Larger Bottle

  • Spirits Gifts Sets

    Many brands decline a gift box version with goodies or glasses. These gift boxes are a good present idea for every event to celebrate.

  • Flambé Spirits

    Flambé Spirits.These alcohols are part of the Nordic and Eastern European tradition of buckling alcohol before consumption. It is possible to leave in the flame in suspension (with a fork) above the glass suitable for buckling a piece of sugar that will caramelize and fall back into the glass.

  • Organic Spirit

    Alcohol whose ingredients are from Organic Farming.

  • Pisco
    Pisco is the traditional alcohol of Peru. This brandy is produced from the still distillation of fermented grape must. The region of Pisco south of Lima gives the name to this alcohol, it is sometimes mentioned the variety used, indigenous grape varieties such as Albilla, Italia, Quebranta and Torontel.
  • Vrignaud Distillery

    Vrignaud Distillery in Vendée Region

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