The Audemus Miniature Collection, 4 x 5 cl
Regular price £19.99
France's Audemus has produced a plethora of intriguing, inventive, and just generally excellent spirits – if you're thinking about diving in and finding out what the fuss is about, then this set is for you! It features four different tipples from the Audemus range, presented in 50ml bottles. This collection includes a miniature of Pink Pepper Gin, Umami Spirit, Covert Liqueur, and Sepia Bitter Aperitif. Reckon this would make for a great gift, particularly if the person receiving it loves making some creative cocktails... Read more.
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Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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The Audemus Distillery is a little atypical for the Cognac region, where we usually encounter giant copper beasts which can churn out hundreds of litres of their spirit a day. In fact, there are only a handful of distilleries around the globe that create the way we do. Originally inspired by the enigmatic work of Sacred Spirits of London established a few years prior, we understood the power of a small and agile offering in the world of distilling.
We operate a vacuum distillery out of the distiller’s (Miko’s) living room in the centre of Cognac. The principle behind this method of distillation is simple and now well documented. By lowering the pressure inside the still, we lower the temperature at which the alcohol will boil – meaning we avoid cooking the botanicals we distill; ensuring the freshness of flavour is maintained. Distilling is always distilling – evaporating and condensing; nothing more – however, it is a process that is infinitely complex in its simplicity and allows for a myriad of detail.