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Outstanding beers and spirits

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An enthusiast’s dream

Sought-after beers, legendary scotches (Bruichladdich, Highland Park, Douglas Laing to name a few) and a luxury tequila: here’s an unparalleled arrival of precious nectars that will satisfy the most discriminating connoisseur.

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  1. Established in 1995, E9 Farmhouse is the first craft brewery to emerge from Tacoma, at first to supply the Original Engine House No.9 pub and restaurant. Following the success of its beers, distribution now extends to Canada, to our delight. Revealing the tangy aspect of cherries mixed with subtle milky notes, this beer is harmonious and precise, with a light carbonation. It will awaken your tastebuds come aperitif time or highlight a charcuterie platter to share.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  2. Established in 1995, E9 Farmhouse is the first craft brewery to emerge from Tacoma, at first to supply the Original Engine House No.9 pub and restaurant. Following the success of its beers, distribution now extends to Canada, to our delight. Very complex, this season fermented in casks transmits notes of citrus, cereals, apple peel and tangy berries. The wild notes are well-balanced and the finish is dry and very satisfying.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  3. Brewed in honor of the founder of the brewery, it explodes with a magnificent nose of sour cherry and fresh raspberry, fruits that have macerated for a minimum of 4 months. Unfiltered and unpasteurized, only natural stuff in this beer which lingers on the palate with imposing acidity.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  4. Somewhat orange in colour, this Gueuze is of great aromatic definition. Apple meets lemon and grapefruit, with toasted, funky and subtle milky notes. The bubbles are fine, abundant and light. Tense, the mouth confirms the aromatic profile and offers incredible persistence. A great beer.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  5. Somewhat orange in colour, this Gueuze is of great aromatic definition. Apple meets lemon and grapefruit, with toasted, funky and subtle milky notes. The bubbles are fine, abundant and light. Tense, the mouth confirms the aromatic profile and offers incredible persistence. A great beer.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  6. A blend of lambics and sour cherries (200 g of cherries per litre), this 100% organic kriek imposes its fruity character through a marked acidity, a light foam and a funky finish. The palate is round, harmonious and without heaviness. Serve it as an aperitif paired to prosciutto-melon bites!

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  7. A blend of lambics and sour cherries (200 g of cherries per litre), this 100% organic kriek imposes its fruity character through a marked acidity, a light foam and a funky finish. The palate is round, harmonious and without heaviness. Serve it as an aperitif paired to prosciutto-melon bites!

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  8. Cold hopping of the Hallertau Mittelfrüh variety in a 2-year-old lambic, Saint-Gilloise stands out with its citrus, apricot flavours and the funky signature of Cantillon lambics. Tonic, the palate leaves a silky and incredibly long impression.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  9. Closely linked to the history of Brussels, whose center was erected on swamps where iris flowers abounded, this beer is exclusively made from Pale Ale type malt. Its beautiful amber hue gives way to a fine foam coating hoppy, floral and lemony flavours.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  10. A blend of lambics aged 16 to 18 months in a barrel containing berries of the Merlot grape from Bordeaux, this cuvée inevitably bridges the world of beer and wine. A very pleasant discovery where a fruitiness and an obvious wine touch emerge, in which the tannins of the grapes are also delicately perceptible.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  11. Founded in 1828 in Campbeltown in the Orkney Islands (south of the Kyntire peninsula), the Springbank family distillery remains one of the few to concentrate all its activities in one place (malting, distillation, aging and bottling). Traditional at heart, the estate makes captivating scotches with a strong personality. This is expressed by a full texture emanating forest flavours, but also pepper, candied fruit, citrus marmalade and peat.

  12. Located in the Orkney Islands (Orkney), an archipelago beaten by the winds of the north of Scotland, this distillery founded in 1798 is now on the list of the most demanding scotch lovers. Both powerful but elegant, it stands out with its well-balanced oak that does not overlap with its aromas of tiramisu, cooked fruit, hazelnuts, honeycomb and roasting.

  13. The Imagined in honor of Don Juilo Gonzalez who created the distillery in 1942, a man against the tide who favors quality over quantity. Examples? More space left between the plants, a selection of the best parts of them, a small batch distillation ... The result: the first luxury tequila was born and continues to captivate the most demanding palates. Its aging of 2 and a half years in barrels adds complexity, we can bet that you will not be able to resist its silky texture which carries fruity aromas, vegetal notes and a saline touch in an exceptional length.