List of WSET Level 2 spirits

One of the perks of taking the WSET qualification in spirits with Petrichor Club, is that you will receive 30 full bottles of spirits, rather than just tasting samples. You can revisit these in various cocktails, or share with friends and family. 

All spirits tasted on the course are sourced from the world-class portfolio of our parent company, Enotria&Coe (total value over £900). Petrichor Club members will be able to top up on all these spirits and continue discovering more with a lifetime 10% discount off all purchases from Spirits Kiosk.

The full list of wines is below, and members will receive more information on each producer and wine.

Cointreau first began when in 1849 Adolphe Cointreau, an Angers confectioner at the time, decided to diversify the family business to include liqueurs. The iconic recipe for Cointreau triple sec was created in 1885 by Adolphe's brother, Édouard.​
Producer Spirit
Martell Cognac VS Martell is one of the oldest of the great Cognac houses, forged by passion and knowledge passed through the Martell family since 1715 and creating Cognacs that have been enjoyed and cherished for three centuries. It is owned by Pernod Ricard.
Martell Cognac VSOP Martell is one of the oldest of the great Cognac houses, forged by passion and knowledge passed through the Martell family since 1715 and creating Cognacs that have been enjoyed and cherished for three centuries. It is owned by Pernod Ricard.

Castarède

Bas Armagnac XO The Castarède family was ennobled in 1818, and two decades later established their distillery in 1832 (a few years before France was equipped with a railway). Today Florence Castarède is the sixth generation at the helm of the family operations.
Nonino

Grappa Tradizione

The Nonino family have been distilling since 1897, when Orazio Nonino first established his premise. Over 100 years later, the 5th generation of Nonino's remain at the centre of every element of their spirits. A true distilling dynasty.
Jack Daniels

Tennessee Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Distillery was established in 1866, making it the very first registered distillery within the US, with Jack as the Master Distiller. After opening, the world was introduced to Old No 7, his signature charcoal-mellowed Tennessee Whiskey.
Maker's Mark Bourbon Maker's Mark was created in 1953 by husband and wife duo, Bill Sr and Margie Samuels. The recipe was led by Bill who adapted it from his 170 year old family recipe. The name, iconic bottle design and red wax was created by marketeer Margie.
Cotswolds Distillery

Single Malt Whisky

Cotswolds Distillery was built by ambitious American Daniel Szor, who decided to open a distillery due to a deep-rooted passion for Whisky. Before long, though, he realised just how much he enjoyed experimenting with Gin flavours.
Macallan 12-year old Sherry Oak Single Malt The Macallan distillery was founded in 1824 by Alexander Reid, a barley farmer & schoolteacher. Despite being one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be legally licensed, whisky was made by farmers on their Speyside farms locally for centuries.
Naked Grouse Blended Scotch Edrington is the owner of the Famous Grouse and The Naked Grouse (amongst other well-known brands), with the latter launched in 2011 to appeal to those looking for an offering with a premium edge.
Jameson Irish Whiskey Created in 1780 by John Jameson, this iconic Irish whisky was guided by John until his death at 83. Three more generations (John II, John III and John IV) led the distillery into the 20th century - upholding the family motto Sine Metu “Without Fear”.
Nikka From the Barrel Whisky Masataka Taketsuru is the founder of Nikka Whisky. He enrolled at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, becoming the first Japanese ever to study the art of whisky-making. Later he returned to Japan and produced the country's first single malt whisky.
Starward Nova Whisky Founded by Melburnian David Vitale, whose passion for all things food and flavour is partly from having grown up in a big Italian family. Under the guidance of whisky godfather Bill Lark, he helped kickstart the Australian single malt movement.
Lot No. 40 Canadian Whisky Lot 40’s Master Blender Dr Don Livermore certainly knows his stuff, not only does he have a Bachelor’s degree in microbiology, he also has an MS and Ph.D in Brewing and Distilling from Edinburgh’s Heriot Watt University.
Havana Club 3-year old Rum Originally founded in 1878 by Don Jose Arechabala, Havana Club was nationalised in the 60's. In 1993, Pernod Ricard and Corporación Cuba Ron launched the joint venture to bring Havana Club to the world.
Goslings Black Seal Dark Rum The history of Black Seal Rum and the Gosling family began in 1806. James Gosling, the eldest son of William Gosling, wine and spirits merchant, set out from England on the ship, Mercury, with £10,000 of merchandise, bound for America.
El Dorado 5-year old Gold Rum Drawing on 300 years of craft, passion and wisdom, El Dorado’s rum-making legacy is world renowned. With their original distilling equipment and heritage stills, they combine the traditional with the technology of today.
Tequila Ocho Blanco Tequila Ocho is a joint partnership between the Camarenas, a third generation Tequilero and Tomas Estes, a restaurateur (Cafe Pacifico, La Perla), author (The Tequila Ambassador) and the ambassador for tequila in Europe.
Tequila Ocho Reposado Tequila Ocho is a joint partnership between the Camarenas, a third generation Tequilero and Tomas Estes, a restaurateur (Cafe Pacifico, La Perla), author (The Tequila Ambassador) and the ambassador for tequila in Europe.
QuiQuiRiQui Espadín Mezcal  Established in 2011, they partner directly with families who have been producing traditional mezcal in their communities for generations. The name "Qui-Qui-Ri-Qui" isn't about that community but from the sound a rooster makes.
Ketel One Vodka The Nolet’s started distilling in the late 1600's. Today, the Ketel One brand is owned by Diageo, but having invented it in 1983, Carolus Nolet and the family are still proudly making every drop.
Chase Distillery Original Potato Vodka The Chase family have been distilling since 2008, but their potatoes were already well known in the form of Tyrrells crisps. They decided to enter the white spirit market after realising that people weren’t exploring terroir enough.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin The beginning of Sipsmith marked the rise of a modern-day gin-aissance, which all began when childhood friends Sam Galsworthy and Fairfax Hall joined up with Jared Brown to create London's first micro-distillery in 2009.
Hendrick's Gin Hendrick’s Gin was created by William Grant and Sons in 1999. The brand saw a gap in the market and knew that the two people best placed to fill it were their Malt Master David Stewart and Distiller Leslie Gracie.
Ramazzotti  Classic Sambuca Herbalist Ausano Ramazzotti channelled his knowledge of botanicals to experiment with creating a drink suitable for all times of day. As a result, he founded the first House of Amaro. Now owned by Pernod Ricard, the Ramazzotti range has expanded to include aperitifs, digestifs and liqueurs.
Campari In 1860, Gaspare Campari founded his drinks brand in the Italian town of Novara, west of Milan. Campari (the drink) was invented by Gaspare himself. 150 years later, Gruppo Campari now owns many of the acclaimed Italian vermouths and bitters.
Carpano Antica Formula Antica Formula dates from the late 1780s and was rediscovered and recreated in 2001, when Count Niccolò Branca found a recipe for the vermouth, which he believes to be the original, or one of the original Benedetto Carpano recipes.
Maraska Maraschino Cherry Liqueur The distinctly sour Marasca cherry grows in Croatia's Dalmatia region. The Maraska distillery in Zadar uses an original 16th century recipe designed by Dominican monks. Today they have a full range of liqueurs and brandies, but the Maraschino cherry is still the cornerstone.
Kahlua Coffee Liqueur Pedro Domecq began producing Kahlúa in 1936. It was named Kahlúa, meaning "House of the Acolhua people" in the Veracruz Nahuatl language spoken before the Spanish Conquest. It became part of Pernod Ricard in 2005.
Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermouth Noilly Prat was established by Joseph Noilly, a successful wine and spirits merchant based in Lyon who created his first French Vermouth in 1813. The brand is part of the Bacardi-Martini portfolio.
Cointreau Liqueur Cointreau first began when in 1849 Adolphe Cointreau, an Angers confectioner at the time, decided to diversify the family business to include liqueurs. The iconic recipe for Cointreau triple sec was created in 1885 by Adolphe's brother, Édouard.

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