“You can’t have enough gin” said Mrs Prohibition Wines over breakfast a couple of weeks ago. “Well” said Mr Prohibition Wines “that’s not quite accurate is it? You remember that time in the Duke’s Head when…” A long hard stare cut short this reminiscence. “Oh, you mean in the shop.”
So after a few hours of emailing, Mrs Prohibition Wines had a juniper treeful of new gin chums across the country. Samples started arriving in the post (they’re in the fridge since you ask) and after further furious emailing, cases arrived at the shop and we bring you (with more to follow):
We’ve added more new wines this week starting with two wines from Northern Italy’s Cantina Toblino to join their Muller-Thurgau stablemate which we poured a few weeks back: Cantina Toblino Kerner 2016 (£15.95)
Fresh and appley with a lovely waxiness giving weight and food-friendliness. Cantina Toblino Gewurtztraminer 2015 (£17.90). Gently spicy and floral, very subtle, dry and weighty. And a handful more:
We’ve added some new beers:
Two new beers in from Bermondsey brewer Pressure Drop: Pressure Drop Pale Series No. 4 (£2.40) is the latest in a series of beers based on their Pale Fire but each made with a single hop, this one made with Ekuanot. Pressure Drop Quebec Syrup Heist (£2.65) is…
Our cider shelves were looking a bit tired (..I think you mean empty. Ed.) so we’ve restocked and added Perry’s Cider Heron (£3.85), Perry’s Cider Redstreak (£3.85) and Oliver’s Traditional Cider (£3.85).