Elegant and smooth, fiery and round, distillates, or spirits, are the result of a distillation process of a fermented product, usually of vegetable origin, such as cereals, roots, sugar cane, tubers, fruits or wine and derivatives. It is a very ancient technique dating back to the Egyptians, consolidated by the Greeks and Romans, and then perfected by the Arabs with the development of the alembic, the instrument for extracting the spirit. Also known as eaux-de-vie or vine water, despite their high alcohol content, they encompass a vast and complex world, including Whisky, Grappa, Rum, Tequila, Cognac and a host of other products that represent a unique cultural and historical heritage.
Transparent spirit produced in London, which takes up the soul of the Soho district. Fresh, full-bodied and aromatic with notes of juniper, coriander, citrus and hints of grapefruit peel, angelica root and cassia