Only Moët & Chandon could manage the feat of creating the first champagne to be served on ice. Especially designed to be served in large ice-filled fishbowl-type glasses, Moët & Chandon Ice imperial revolutionizes the world of champagne and is only available in limited edition.
The bright orange Aperol evokes sun, holidays and the joys of a shared cocktail between friends. Created in Padova, the aperitif owes its subtle fragrance and flavour to a secret recipe that hasn’t changed
Admitting Gin is several centuries old, Copperhead Gin has just arrived at IDF. From now on, you too can find the typical copper flask in our online shop. This charming bottle will be the perfect Easter / Spring gift for all budding mixologists.
Let’s celebrate Ireland during March and enjoy Saint Patrick’s Day. Don’t miss this occasion to stock up your bar with a 20% reduction on four world famous whiskies. Sláinte !
Like every year, renowned Swedish brand Absolut Vodka issues limited editions of the world-famous flask. This autumn, the emblematic bottle is available in magnificent, regal blue asymmetric multi-facets.
Go off and discover the world with Veuve Clicquot! Paris, New York, Rio, Sydney, Tokyo… are so many destinations that inspired the new elegant, novel Veuve Cliquot champagne packaging. Vintage signs and little suitcases dotted with souvenir stickers evoke the golden age of the first expeditions.
Summer’s here with its warm evenings, pale mornings and bottles of Cointreau! All you need to device refreshing cocktails. Since its creation in 1875, Cointreau is the LBD (little black dress) of aperitifs. Today, with the Cointreau Blood Orange, the renowned triple sec elaborated from a selection of sweet and bitter orange peel takes on a whole new dimension.
10 May 1785. The small Irish town Tullamore is the backdrop of a dramatic fire caused by a falling hot air balloon. Although most of Tullamore went up in flames, its inhabitants worked their fingers to the bone to rebuild their municipality, which, like the Phoenix, will be reborn from its ashes.
Whenever the name Mortlach is uttered, whisky lovers get a sparkle in their eyes. Mortlach boasts a very special distillation principle or rather, a triple-distillation process. The result is a whisky with such a powerful taste that connoisseurs know it as the ‘Beast of Dufftown’.