Café Bohême is fine when consumed straight (chilled) or on the rocks, but it’s considerably better with a shot of vodka added to it to give it some kick. At 32 proof, it’s about on par with most bottles of wine. A shot gives you something a little stiffer (both Starbucks and Kahlua are 40 proof).
Three hundred and fifty years later, in 1863, Alexandre Le Grand, a merchant and collector of religious art, discovered the lost recipe for this elixir in his collection. Intrigued by the discovery and after many attempts, he successfully recreated the mysterious liqueur that he called Bénédictine®.
Distilled and aged in a flamboyant palace, built in Fécamp in tribute to this unique liqueur, Bénédictine® is a subtle alchemy of 27 different plants and spices.
Its deep brown color is attractive and deep. Kahlúa Original Coffee Liqueur offers enticing scents of bittersweet coffee bean and roasted chestnut and multilayered flavors of black coffee and sweet butter.
CHOYA Yuzu uses specially selected yuzu citrus from the famous Shikoku island in Japan. With no additives, colourings or flavourings, you can enjoy the authentic refreshing taste and floral smell of this beautiful citrus.
RICH, BRIGHT CITRUS BURSTS FORTH FROM THE GLASS: UNMISTAKABLE YUZU WITH A GENTLE FLORAL AROMA; A GREAT COMBINATION OF SWEETNESS AND TARTNESS. A BEAUTIFUL PRODUCT THAT CAPTURES THE FLAVOUR OF YUZU PERFECTLY.