Brandy is a spirit produced by distilling wine, the wine having first been produced by fermenting grapes. Brandy generally contains 35%-60% alcohol by volume and is typically taken as an after-dinner drink. While some brandies are aged in wooden casks, most are coloured with caramel colouring to imitate the effect of such aging.

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Alexander 3 Star 50cl Pet / 100cl Pet

Brandy Alexander is one of the few spirits that have originated from Greece and has been bestowed world-wide acclaim from its first presentation at the International Exhibition whereby it received an “Honourable Mention” to its Gold Medal win in the Paris Exhibition in 1900.

Alexander 3 Stars 20cl / 35cl / 70cl / 100cl

Brandy Alexander is one of the few spirits that have originated from Greece and has been bestowed world-wide acclaim from its first presentation at the International Exhibition whereby it received an “Honourable Mention” to its Gold Medal win in the Paris Exhibition in 1900.

Alexander 5 Star 70cl

Brandy Alexander is one of the few spirits that have originated from Greece and has been bestowed world-wide acclaim from its first presentation at the International Exhibition whereby it received an “Honourable Mention” to its Gold Medal win in the Paris Exhibition in 1900.

Alexander 7 Star 20cl / 50cl / 70cl

Brandy Alexander is one of the few spirits that have originated from Greece and has been bestowed world-wide acclaim from its first presentation at the International Exhibition whereby it received an “Honourable Mention” to its Gold Medal win in the Paris Exhibition in 1900.

Alexander 7 Stars Gift Box 50cl

Brandy Alexander is one of the few spirits that have originated from Greece and has been bestowed world-wide acclaim from its first presentation at the International Exhibition whereby it received an “Honourable Mention” to its Gold Medal win in the Paris Exhibition in 1900.

Alexander Grande Reserve 70cl

Grande Reserve Brandy is a great value for its quality, the difference is the wine used has been aged between 7 and 10 years in French oak caskets before distillation.

Absolutely comparable to the XO, with only a slight difference and most likely discernable to those with a very refined pallate.