First brewed in 1927, Newcastle Brown Ale is a unique and stylish premium ale with a distinctive deep red colour and a rich, creamy head.
Over 14 different rums aged between three to five years are blended together to make Bacardi Oro Rum. It is a premium, golden rum, offering a more prominent flavour profile to Bacardi Superior Rum. The extended ageing process allows the infusion of subtle nut, wood and dried fruit flavours into the rum from the charred wood barrels. After ageing, the rums are carefully blended to achieve Bacardi Oro Rum's characteristic smoothness. Bacardi Oro Rum is amber in colour and mellow in taste with impressions of vanilla and a balance of walnuts, spices and tropical fruits on a subtle background of oak. Its finish is mellow, smooth and perfectly balanced. To fully appreciate Bacardi Oro Rum's richer taste, it is best enjoyed over a generous serving of ice, with ginger ale and a wedge of fresh lime.
Bitter is better is one of the USA advertising slogans designed to make Unicum a highly sought after drink in top New York bars. Thick, intense and dark brown in colour, Unicum has a characteristic perfume combining coffee, herbs and an almost medicinal, eucalyptus note. On the palate the tartness of the herbs offsets the with the sweetness of the underlying spirit, giving it an attractive balance and preventing it from cloying. Strong and clean on the finish, the herby notes continue through to the end.
A golden coloured organic ale, with a rich full-bodied texture accompanied by a unique blend of traditional and fruity hops. Drinkers of this delicious ale will experience a mouth-watering taste of citrus fruits with a slightly spicy aroma. This beer is named after the Golden Age of the Celtic people. The Celts dominated Mid-Europe before the Roman Empire stretched westwards and northward. In the Golden Age of Celtdom, the Celts waged successful wars in continental Europe, notably in around 500 BC where modern day Spain and Northern Italy were overthrown. The name Bracis-Curmi (malted beer) traces back to the ancient Celtic language or proto-celtic, an age where Celts were some of the first beer producers in Europe.