Just as the salmon season has begun liquid deli Demijohn has landed a particularly special big ‘one’! Sadly not a prized salmon but something equally delicious and rare – a Salmo of Chocolate Rum Liqueur.
This large catch is the perfect gift for a fisherman as its bitter sweet contents will enhance any fishing experience or gives something to celebrate the ‘one that got away’. The giant 3 litre Salmo (or Jeroboam as it is also called) contains the perfect drink for the rum enthusiast, the dark chocolate lover – and of course the fisherman.
It is the first Chocolate Rum Liqueur of its kind created in Worcestershire and combines cacao which has been infused carefully in dark Caribbean Rum and is deliberately less sweet than many of our other liqueurs, but has an incredible depth of flavour. Drink this as an aperitif over ice to start an evening or as a digestif after dinner.
Angus Ferguson from Demijohn and himself a keen fisherman says: “While fishing down on the River Urr I landed this unique bottle of rich British liqueur and imagine my surprise and delight. Why not make the day of your fisher friend and give them a gift to remember?”
Demijohn’s 3 litre Salmo of Chocolate Rum Liqueur is priced at £182.50 and is available from Demijohn’s shops in Oxford, York, Edinburgh and Glasgow and online at www.demijohn.co.uk
Note to Editors:
Demijohn sources unusual, delicious artisan liqueurs, spirits, oils and vinegars from around the UK and Europe and sells them in a wide range of re-useable glass bottles. Each bottle can have a free personalised message added.
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