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A light and smooth Scotch, Grant's has a pleasant nose of honey and oatmeal and a soft well rounded palate. Perfect for… more info
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Grant's began its storied history back in 1887 when the first golden drop was produced by William Grant's own… more info
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First created by William Grant in 1898, the whisky is skilfully blended using around 25 of the finest single malt and… more info
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First created by William Grant in 1898, the whisky is skilfully blended using around 25 of the finest single malt and… more info
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Midleton Very Rare Irish Whiskey was first launched in 1984 and every year since a new vintage of Midleton Very Rare… more info
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Jameson Gold Reserve is a creative blend of three whiskeys of advanced years, one of which is uniquely matured in… more info
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A fragrant home diffuser oil Fills your living space with a soft, comforting scent Allows you to customize the… more info
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An aromatic fragrance for men Warm, smoky, sweet, masculine & charismatic Contains notes of Whiskey & tobacco… more info
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- Full bodied with a creamy texture - From Kentucky, USA more info
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Grant Burge has brought classic French back to our shores with this exquisite bottle of Pinot Noir Chardonnay. This… more info
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Buy Fossil - Grant - Watches (Silver & Steel) at THE ICONIC with free overnight delivery over $50 and 100 days free… more info
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Buy Fossil - Grant - Watches (Brown) at THE ICONIC with free overnight delivery over $50 and 100 days free returns! more info
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Designed in 1951, Grant Featherston's Chair, also known as the Contour Chair, is an icon of Australian furniture… more info
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Designed in 1951, Grant Featherston's Chair, also known as the Contour Chair, is an icon of Australian furniture… more info
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Infuse your home with the contemporary allure of the Set of 6 Krosno Copenhagen 300ml Whiskey Glasses. The sturdy… more info
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Infuse your home with the contemporary allure of the Set of 6 Krosno Mirage 300ml Whiskey Glasses. The sturdy vessels… more info
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An aromatic fragrance for men Warm, smoky, sweet, masculine & charismatic Contains notes of Whiskey & tobacco… more info
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Featured in this stylish gift box are 2 sensational buckles and a reversible feathered edge black and grey strap with… more info
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Looking for the perfect hamper? A Little Luxury's hampers can be fully customised on-line allowing you to change… more info
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Looking for the perfect hamper? A Little Luxury's hampers can be fully customised on-line allowing you to change… more info
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Grant Burge Miamba Shiraz 2012 Barossa Valley - 6 Pack Only from Just Wines more info
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Grant Burge 5th Generation Shiraz 2012 Barossa Valley - 6 Pack Only from Just Wines more info
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Grants Xylitol Natural Mouthwash Grants Naturally Fresh Herbal Mouthwash is a new healthy way to freshen your breath… more info
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Grants Extra Fresh Herbal Toothpaste Grants Extra Fresh Toothpaste with organic tea tree oil has a strong minty taste… more info
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Grant Burge's Filsell vineyard with near century-old vines is regarded as one of the best in the Barossa Valley,… more info
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Grant Burge's Filsell vineyard with near century-old vines is regarded as one of the best in the Barossa Valley,… more info
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Beautiful Fossil Men's watch with model FS4736 more info
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Stainless steel case, Stainless steel bracelet, Blue dial, Quartz movement, Scratch resistant mineral, Water resistant… more info
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Grants Vitamin B Liquid can be used for the treatment of Vitamin B deficiencies. It provides a balanced, readily… more info
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Grants Extra Fresh Toothpaste with organic tea tree oil has a strong minty taste that leaves the mouth feeling… more info
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GRANITE WHISKEY STONES These stones are ideal for those who enjoy their scotch or whiskey on the rocks. Keep your… more info
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This Stainless Steel Whiskey Ice Cubes Set comes with a set of eight SS moulded ice cubes that are sure to keep your… more info
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Buy Windsor Smith - Rocket - Dress Shoes (Whiskey) at THE ICONIC with free overnight delivery over $50 and 100 days… more info
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Buy Brando - Grant - Dress Shoes (Nero) at THE ICONIC with free overnight delivery over $50 and 100 days free returns! more info
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Inspired by the simplicity of vintage timepieces, our Grant watch has a classic appeal. Roman numerals set against a… more info
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Ama No To Junmai Ginjo (12 X 720ml) Akita Japan.From $683.88
Asamai Shuzo Company was established in 1917. Soukou Kakizaki, the founder of the company, named the brand Ama no To inspired by an old poem based on a Japanese myth. Ama no To means Heaven's Door which is symbolized by the Magatama, a stone used for a necklace in the myth, pictured on the label.Ama no To s brewery is located in Akita in the snowy, northern part of Japan and they are the smallest of Akita s 47 breweries. Melted mountain snow creates rivers leading into the Yokote basin known for its fertile land. In the summer, they use the river water for raising rice for sake. Some of the water seeps under the basin and springs out near the brewery at the Biwakansen Spring, in the winter this is used for brewing. That same water that raises the rice in the summer brews the sake in the winter. Sake from the Akita region typically shows fresh steamed rice character. Since 2011, Ama no To brew only Junmaishu, a kind of sake that is brewed only with rice and water, with no alcohol adjustment. Ama No To do not filter any of their sake. All rice is raised by members of Hirakamachi Sakamai Kenkyuukai, and planted within 5 kilometres from the brewery. In total six different types of sake rice are grown.Tasting noteAma no To's `Green Label` Junmai Ginjo shows beautiful purity with some subtle yeast complexity on the nose. There are also hints of banana and herb. It is elegant but powerful on the palate, showing hints of mushroom flavours, with clean, crisp, zesty citrus acidity and a nice dry finish.Food suggestionTuna salad, tempura, beef carpaccio with baby herbs, sushi, sashimiStyle: Junmai GinjoRice Type: Kojimai (Rice used for making Koji) Miyamanishiki, Kakemai (Rice used for making Sake) MiyamanishikiRice Grown: AkitaRice polishing ratio: 55% (remaining)Alcohol: 15.5%SMV (Sake Meter Value): (+4)Serving temperature: Chilled or room temperatureView Ama no To Website
Dewazakura `dewa Sansan` Junmai Ginjo (6 X 1.8l) Yamagata Japan.From $731.94
Dewazakura `dewa Sansan` Junmai Ginjo (6 X.... The Dewazakura Sake Brewery was established in 1892. It is located in Tendo City, Yamagata Prefecture, a small town of 60,000 residents located 300 kilometres north of Tokyo. Situated in the Yamagata Basin and surrounded by high mountains, Tendo City is hot in summer, often exceeding 30 degrees Celsius, and in winter can receive considerable snowfall, often exceeding one meter in depth. These natural features, including the climate, have made the region a major production centre of rice, fruits and other products. The Nakano s, the founders of Dewazakura, were originally major landowners in the region. Since its foundation, Dewazakura has been committed to quality, the top priority for the brewery.Dewazakura have developed their own rice suited to their region, and this is known as Dewa Sansan, which they use for a selection of their sake. They have also developed special yeast to suit the climate. Dewazakura are known for their distinctive 'fragrant' sake, which can be attributed to their yeast selection as well as their low temperature fermentation techniques. Like many producers, Dewazakura also use rice from outside their region, sourcing Yamadanishiki rice from Hyogo. Dewazakura are considered one of the industry leaders in innovation, and were largely responsible for the Ginjo boom in Japan in the early 1980 s.Tasting NoteDewazakura spent 11 years developing their own original rice, called Dewa Sansan, and it is grown only in the Yamagata prefecture. This rice makes a very soft and deep flavoured style of sake. It shows characters that resemble wine and has hints of herbs, yeast, and mushrooms. The palate has good zingy acidity, with citrus/lemon tang, and a clean and fresh finish with wonderful mouthfeel.Food MatchingFish tempura, fried tofu, tonkatsu (crumbed pork fillet).Style:Junmai GinjoRice type: Kojimai (Rice used for making Koji): Dewa Sansan, Kakemai (Rice used for making Sake) : Dewa SansanRice Grown: Ya
Ama No To Junmai Ginjo (12 X 300ml) Akita Japan.From $299.88
Asamai Shuzo Company was established in 1917. Soukou Kakizaki, the founder of the company, named the brand Amanoto inspired by an old poem based on a Japanese myth. Amanoto means Heavens Door which is symbolized by the Magatama, a stone used for a necklace in the myth, pictured on the label.Ama no to s brewery is located in Akita in the snowy, northern part of Japan and they are the smallest of Akita s 47 breweries. Melted mountain snow creates rivers leading into the Yokote basin known for its fertile land. In the summer, they use the river water for raising rice for sake. Some of the water seeps under the basin and springs out near the brewery at the Biwakansen Spring, in the winter this is used for brewing. That same water that raises the rice in the summer brews the sake in the winter. Sake from the Akita region typically shows fresh steamed rice character. Since 2011, Ama no to brew only Junmaishu, a kind of sake that is brewed only with rice and water, with no alcohol adjustment. Amanoto do not filter any of their sake. All rice is raised by members of Hirakamachi Sakamai Kenkyuukai, and planted within 5 kilometres from the brewery. In total six different types of sake rice are grown.Tasting noteAma no to's `Green Label` Junmai Ginjo shows beautiful purity with some subtle yeast complexity on the nose. There are also hints of banana and herb. It is elegant but powerful on the palate, showing hints of mushroom flavours, with clean, crisp, zesty citrus acidity and a nice dry finish.Food suggestionTuna salad, tempura, beef carpaccio with baby herbs, sushi, sashimiStyle: Junmai GinjoRice Type: Kojimai (Rice used for making Koji) Miyamanishiki, Kakemai (Rice used for making Sake) MiyamanishikiRice Grown: AkitaRice polishing ratio: 55% (remaining)Alcohol: 15.5%SMV (Sake Meter Value): (+4)Serving temperature: Chilled or room temperatureView Ama no to Website
Dewazakura `dewa Sansan` Junmai Ginjo (30 X 300ml) Yamagata Japan.From $719.7
Dewazakura `dewa Sansan` Junmai Ginjo (30 X.... The Dewazakura Sake Brewery was established in 1892. It is located in Tendo City, Yamagata Prefecture, a small town of 60,000 residents located 300 kilometres north of Tokyo. Situated in the Yamagata Basin and surrounded by high mountains, Tendo City is hot in summer, often exceeding 30 degrees Celsius, and in winter can receive considerable snowfall, often exceeding one meter in depth. These natural features, including the climate, have made the region a major production centre of rice, fruits and other products. The Nakano s, the founders of Dewazakura, were originally major landowners in the region. Since its foundation, Dewazakura has been committed to quality, the top priority for the brewery.Dewazakura have developed their own rice suited to their region, and this is known as Dewa Sansan, which they use for a selection of their sake. They have also developed special yeast to suit the climate. Dewazakura are known for their distinctive 'fragrant' sake, which can be attributed to their yeast selection as well as their low temperature fermentation techniques. Like many producers, Dewazakura also use rice from outside their region, sourcing Yamadanishiki rice from Hyogo. Dewazakura are considered one of the industry leaders in innovation, and were largely responsible for the Ginjo boom in Japan in the early 1980 s.Tasting NoteDewazakura spent 11 years developing their own original rice, called Dewa Sansan, and it is grown only in the Yamagata prefecture. This rice makes a very soft and deep flavoured style of sake. It shows characters that resemble wine and has hints of herbs, yeast, and mushrooms. The palate has good zingy acidity, with citrus/lemon tang, and a clean and fresh finish with wonderful mouthfeel.Food MatchingFish tempura, fried tofu, tonkatsu (crumbed pork fillet).Style:Junmai GinjoRice type: Kojimai (Rice used for making Koji): Dewa Sansan, Kakemai (Rice used for making Sake) : Dewa SansanRice Grown: Y
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