Santa Prisca Sangrita – New Arrival

Sangrita has been the traditional companion beverage of tequila for more than sixty years in Mexico.
It has been well known that served in separate shot glasses, Sangrita can soften the taste of of a young distillate tequila, or improve the accent and aroma of a subtle more mature and rested variety.


Clarke’s Court Old Grog Rum

Clarke’s Court rum has been in operation since 1937. It is the largest and best known distiller in Grenada. Clarke’s Court products are made under the expertise of trained distillers using rich dark molasses, distilled and blended using their own traditional secret methods. Their innovative style has led to a range of fine award winning rums.


Clarke’s Old Grog is a premium sipping rum and dates back from early days when the finest of Grenada’s Rum was shipped to His Majesty George III of England. In order to identify the King’s Rum, the casks were marked G.R.O.G., which is the abbreviation for Georgius Rex Old Grenada.
Other rums produced by Grenada Distillers include Special Dark Golden Rum and Superior Light White Rum.

Lemon Hart & Sons 151 Rum Joins IWS

Lemon Hart & Son rums, still to this day, are proudly distilled, Bourbon barrel aged and blended at a single estate in the Demerara region of Guyana, to ensure the highest quality, fullest flavoured rums.  The stills, the location, the craft, skill and passion of the people who work at the distillery contribute distinctively to the single source character and flavour of our rums.  When you buy single estate, you know quality as your source.


Guyana’s Demerara region is renowned throughout the world for its rich and unparalleled 300-year history of sugarcane plantations and rum production. Similar to the distinctive production regions of Cognac and Champagne, the credentials of authentic Demerara rum include distillation and aging within this specific region of Guyana. At the distillery itself, the time honoured techniques, standards and methods of the age-old art of rum distillation, aging and blending are maintained, all working in harmony with the most up-to-date facilities and equipment in the industry. Use of an old wooden coffey still (the last operating still of its kind in the world today) and wooden pot still are key to the very distinctive, aromatic and flavourful marks that distinguish Lemon Hart & Son rums as rare and magnificent.  Rum always, since 1804.