Regular price £94.49
Produced from Ugni and Banglore Purple Grapes and aged in French limousin cask, this is a seriously exotic XO Brandy. Delicious yet complex fruity notes of fig, dried berries, hints of zest and butterscotch. A lingering finish with notes of sweet oak and caramel. Read more.
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At Paul John Whisky, the creation of pure liquid gold with rich aromas, exotic flavours and delectable spices is but an exquisite art. Years of research and study on distillation and the country’s whisky culture convinced Mr Paul P John that he could create a single malt that would present the innumerable hues of India, a single malt made in India not just for Indians to relish but for the whole world to experience- ‘The Great Indian Single Malt’.
Founded in 1996, today with sales of more than 15 million cases, John Distilleries is also the manufacturer of the world's sixth-largest whisky brand - Original Choice Whisky. Paul John, a single malt whisky from John Distilleries, has been gaining a reputation in the niche market. Its other major brands include Bangalore Malt, Black Pelican Fine Whisky, Mont Castle French Grape Brandy and Big Banyan Wines. Sazerac, the second-largest family-owned spirits company in the US, has taken a strategic investment in John Distilleries.
Cranberry and rum raisin, before a sweet caramel
Brandy Alexander Recipe
There's always room for a dessert cocktail, right? This is an indulgent classic that is one of our favourites here at The Bottle Club. Like most cocktails, the origins are a bit hazy. There are a number of conflicting stories about who invented the drink, and who exactly Alexander was, but the one thing we do know is that before there was a Brandy Alexander, there was just the Alexander, which was made with Gin only. We know you're here to learn how to make this simple yet delicious cognac cocktail recipe, and not a history lesson! Let's get down to it as we're seriously drooling at the thought of this creamy, sweet, boozy treat.