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An homage to the classic gin botanicals, Grace exudes an immediate easy familiarity. Grace is where we started our journey beyond drinking.
Not a gin, but a drink that pairs with tonic for a refreshingly bitter perfect serve. Not a gin, but a powerful foundation for a range of truly wonderful coc...
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Taking inspiration from the traditions of the world’s great dark spirits, synchronizing the sweetness of rum and the smokiness of whisky with a clarity and brightness of flavour that faces modernity. 
Royal can be enjoyed simply. It is profound served neat or as an alcohol free Old Fashioned. But...
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A finely considered distillation, designed as a thoroughly modern aperitif. Verve is intense, uplifting and very much of the moment. 
It is unselfconsciously powerful and rewards lingering over a long afternoon, giving time for its secrets to be slowly revealed.
Simply mixed with soda or tonic or...
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Australian Spritz!

Tart Davidson Plum and Rosella are balanced by sweet Aussie oranges and a hint of Tasmanian Pepperberry.
Add a splash of soda for an easy Aussie spritz, or combine with a generous pour of sparkling wine and plenty of ice for a cool cocktail that will see you through a hot summ...
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Ruby Bitter is our take on an Amaro.
Consisting of 12 interwoven botanicals creating a complex bitter-sweet balance. Ruby Red Grapefruit, Gentian, Rhubarb and Ginseng Harmonise to offer an earthy citrus driven palate. Ideal as an aperitif or digestive, we suggest a ‘Negroni’ or a ‘Sommelier’s B...
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Australian Amaro!
A distinctively Aussie Version of an Italian favourite. This bitter apéritif is made from Native Australian botanicals and citrus peels left over from the pressing of fresh orange and lemon juice.
Characterised by forward sweetness followed by a deep, earthy bitterness and hints...
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Aperitif made by a Fig Farm located in the Adelaide Hills (South Australia). 
Willa, the owner of the farm, has over 1200 fig trees on the estate.  Proudly chemical free for over 25 years, Estate grown Figs are poached gently to extract the sweet fig aroma, essence, and earthiness.  
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Tasmanian style Pommeau!
Charles Oates is making a beautiful Pommeau considered a Mistelle. An aperitif inspired of the traditional Pommeau de Normandie.
Delicious marriage between Apple brandy and freshly pressed tannin-rich apple juice, Pommeau combines intensity of flavour, sweetness and gentl...
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Sepia Amer is a contemporary aperitif made in Cognac. An homage to the French-style bitters of bygone years.
With a base of roasted French chicory, which provides a full-bodied and lightly bitter canvas, Sardinian myrtle (tannic and spicy), fresh seasonal oranges (smooth and aromatic), angelica r...
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Certification:
Calvados Pays d'Auge (Certified Designation of Origin)
Ageing:
Between 2 and 3 years in oak barrels
Tasting:
First smell: newly picked apples cooked in butter – followed by refreshing hints of mint. After several minutes, frank apple aroma.
Serving suggestion:
Fruity alcohol partic...
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Certification:
Calvados Pays d'Auge (Certified Designation of Origin)
Ageing:
Between 2 and 3 years in oak barrels
Tasting:
First smell: newly picked apples cooked in butter – followed by refreshing hints of mint. After several minutes, frank apple aroma.
Serving suggestion:
Fruity alcohol partic...
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Tasmanian style apple brandy!

The still is a Charentais alembic still, the design used in Normandy (France) to produce Calvados Pays d'Auge. The Charentais alembic still was designed in the early 16th century in the Cognac region of France where it is still used for fine Cognac production. They ...
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Tasmanian style apple brandy!

The still is a Charentais alembic still, the design used in Normandy (France) to produce Calvados Pays d'Auge. The Charentais alembic still was designed in the early 16th century in the Cognac region of France where it is still used for fine Cognac production. They ...
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Château de Laubade Intemporel Hors d’Age offers the classic aromas of a fine Bas Armagnac.
Age: 12 to 20 years old.Light amber colour.Candied fruits, spices, vanilla, oak, prune, rancio aromas.In the palate, it is elegant, masculine and powerful.
Best served after a fine dinner, with a Roquefort ...
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Château de Laubade V.S.O.P. has a nice golden colour. It is rich with ripe fruits, plum, pastry, vanilla and citrus aromas. On the mouth, it is sweet, delicate and long.A finish of up to 8 minutes.
Age: 6 to 12 years old.
Best served as a digestive or as an aperitif. With a honey sweet curd chees...

Armagnac Tenareze bottled for Mind Spirits in July 2018.
A particularly hot summer offers us quality grappes. The nose, powerful, develops around root notes and a touch of licorice .Soft and elegant mouth that opens on a beautiful length.
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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Gin made at the Glen Ewin Estate Adelaide Hills (South Australia). 
Willa, the owner of the farm owns 12000 fig trees.  25 years chemical free, Estate grown Figs are poached gently to extract the sweet fig aroma, essence, and earthiness.
The fresh fig aromas and gin botanicals are immediately pr...
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This is a stripped down version of the classic Italian Amaretto, but with an Australian twist!

To make it, White Possum smash apart Australian grown bitter almonds (a by-product of the apricot industry), cook and infuse them in spirit for weeks. This is where they get that big bold marzipan fl...
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Family owned Distillery located in Spring Bay Tasmania.
Botanicals: 11 including 3 local botanicals (Native Bush Pepper, Lemon Myrtle, Tasmanian Wattleseed).
Botanicals are steeped for 24 to 48 hours then additional Juniper and Liquorice Root are vapour infused in the neck of our copper pot still...
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Farm distillery. Knocklofty makes its own ethanol from raw sugar. 

Knocklofty Garden Gin is made with seasonal, surplus fruit and berries rescued from local gardens and farms. The fruits and berries are steeped in their gin to provide a unique, natural taste.
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Orchard Gin
We took out the citrus and substituted quince, aromatic, but in a slightly different way. We grow quinces, but not so much citrus here in Lenswood, the apple capital of the Adelaide Hills. 
Backed up by a pure Juniper note, juniper is essential for a gin, and supported by a blend of ...
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Australian Vermouth from Victoria.
Cinq a Sept is a French vernacular for the aperitif time of day. For the uninitiated, Vermouth is a wine based fortified aperitif typically having elements of herb, spice, citrus and bitterness. Most often the wine plays second fiddle to the recipe but with Cin...
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Our ‘small cask matured’ premium single malt bottled at 46%. This special drop is highly sought after and is not often available. Aged exclusively in 20 litre or 100 litre single casks for the entire maturation in our 1840’s stables bond store.
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After several years of carefully nurturing in casks, we are delighted to announce the first Single Malt Whisky releases.
The vatted releases are a marriage of complementary casks to create a smooth and well rounded whisky. The whisky is never chill filtered or flocked to ensure a true depth of f...
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Colour: Dark CopperNose: Caramel & raisinsPalate: Lifted floral notes, caramel and dried fruit sweetness with some whitepepper savory hintsFinish: Delicious long and slightly dry finish which is indicative of some veryfine old wood. A slightly smokey note that suggests peat but comesfrom the ...
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Award: Gold Medal – Craft Spirit – American Distilling Institute Awards 2020
“All the while the world is turning to noiseOh the more that it's surrounding usThe more that it destroysTurn up the signalWipe out the noiseSend out the signal deep and loud…”Peter Gabriel – ‘Signal To Noise’
In the dar...
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Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky. Aged in ex Makers Mark Bourbon Cask
Nose: Immediate sweet notes of vanilla and crème brulee with fruity and herbaceous undertones.
Palate: From a bright and sweet opening the flavours build across the palate to a rich, clean alcohol-driven crescendo culminating in a ...
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 Information about the Cask 62 :


100 litre remastered port cark with heavy char.
Tas Cask Co. remade the barrel.
Westminster grain with one style of yeast.
Fermentation over 5 days.
Alcohol % before distillation was 7.5%
Maturation over two years.
Dominated by Chardonnay, Brut Régence has a great aromatic finesse and embodies Brimoncourt’s spirit and signature. It is a gallant wine all the more seducing with its freshness, round texture and delicately fruity finish. The dominant Chardonnay feature creates a delicate, subtle and very elega...
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Composed of 80% Pinot noir and 20% Chardonnay, the Extra-Brut cuvée is the result of a rigorous selection of the best grapes from outstanding years, in 6 villages classified as Grand Cru. After 4 years spent maturing in the cellar, this 2g wine is the purest expression of the Maison Brimoncourt’s...
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This very fine blend is supremely full and elegant. Generous, fresh and subtle, Brimoncourt Blanc de Blancs is perfect as a distinctive apéritif... A well balanced Champagne, fresh and generous made exclusively from Premiers and Grands Crus Chardonnay grapes. A large majority of vines based in th...
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Its blend is made of 35% Chardonnay for elegance and finesse, 40% Pinot Noir for structure and colour and 25% of Pinot Meunier for fruity aromas. Its delicate porcelain pink robe and its rose, raspberry and bergamot aromas add up to a voluptuous and seductive wine that will impress all tasters. ...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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HISTORY
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Châte...
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Château de Laubade V.S.O.P. has a nice golden colour. It is rich with ripe fruits, plum, pastry, vanilla and citrus aromas. On the mouth, it is sweet, delicate and long.A finish of up to 8 minutes.
Age: 6 to 12 years old.
Best served as a digestive or as an aperitif. With a honey sweet curd chees...
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Château de Laubade Intemporel Hors d’Age offers the classic aromas of a fine Bas Armagnac.
Age: 12 to 20 years old.Light amber colour.Candied fruits, spices, vanilla, oak, prune, rancio aromas.In the palate, it is elegant, masculine and powerful.
Best served after a fine dinner, with a Roquefort ...

Raymond Ragnaud Vieille Reserve is a 20 years old "assemblage" Cognac from Grande Champagne 1er cru. 
Nose: Slightly woody nose with autumn fruits.
Palate: Unctuous and velvety, releasing delicious exotic notes such as cinnamon, ginger and liquorice.
Length: Very long, complex and balanced eau-d...
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Raymond Ragnaud Selection is a young eau-de-vie which enchants with its freshness and vivacity.
Nose: Dominant summer aromas, fresh pear, white peach and lemon.
Palate: Crisp and lively.
Length: Good evolving balance of spices. 
Introduction of the distillery:
In 1860, the family of Raymond R...

Introduction of the distillery:
In 1860, the family of Raymond Ragnaud owned a small vineyard in the Grande Champagne, the most sought-after area of the quality of its eaux-de-vie which were particulary suited for ageing, planted only with Ugni-blanc and Folle blanche grapes, the best varieties ...
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Gin made at the Glen Ewin Estate Adelaide Hills (South Australia). 
Willa, the owner of the farm owns 12000 fig trees.  25 years chemical free, Estate grown Figs are poached gently to extract the sweet fig aroma, essence, and earthiness.
The fresh fig aromas and gin botanicals are immediately pr...
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An intensely aromatic and bold gin!
When you first try a sip of Pink Pepper Gin, it’s the fresher, spicy notes of pink peppercorns, juniper and cardamom that are prominent.
When diluted or served chilled over ice, the spirit evolves and the patisserie notes of vanilla, tonka and honey come to t...
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Family owned Distillery located in Spring Bay Tasmania.
Botanicals: 11 including 3 local botanicals (Native Bush Pepper, Lemon Myrtle, Tasmanian Wattleseed).
Botanicals are steeped for 24 to 48 hours then additional Juniper and Liquorice Root are vapour infused in the neck of our copper pot still...
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Farm distillery. Knocklofty makes its own ethanol from raw sugar. 

Knocklofty Garden Gin is made with seasonal, surplus fruit and berries rescued from local gardens and farms. The fruits and berries are steeped in their gin to provide a unique, natural taste.
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Orchard Gin
We took out the citrus and substituted quince, aromatic, but in a slightly different way. We grow quinces, but not so much citrus here in Lenswood, the apple capital of the Adelaide Hills. 
Backed up by a pure Juniper note, juniper is essential for a gin, and supported by a blend of ...
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Family owned Distillery located in Spring Bay Tasmania.
Botanicals: 11 including 3 local botanicals (Native Bush Pepper, Lemon Myrtle, Tasmanian Wattleseed).
Botanicals are steeped for 24 to 48 hours then additional Juniper and Liquorice Root are vapour infused in the neck of our copper pot still...
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This grappa is batch distilled in small copper stills in tiny batches from the vinaccia of the Prié Blanc grape.
The strain known as Blanc de Morgex is considered an autochthonous variety of the Aosta valley where it grows as high as 1,200 metres on the steep slopes of Mont Blanc. Amongst the hi...
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This grappa is distilled from the marc of the rare red variety, Petit Rouge!
They use the grape skins from the vineyards on the left of the Dora Baltea river, the 16 Acres of vineyards of the Enfer (Inferno) d’Arvier, the oldest DOC in the Valle d’Aosta, a natural amphitheatre of incredible beau...
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Grape: Petit Rouge 75%, 25% other grapesRefined in oak barrelsFull blooded500 ml / 43% vol.Torrette is the Aosta Valley’s most famous DOC wine, produced with indigenous grapes such as Petit Rouge, Vien de Nus, Cornalin and Premetta, grown in high altitude vineyards from 600 to 800 metres througho...
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