Importing quality liquor from Europe and Japan
Established in 2015. With a rich and varied history, MOS Beverages markets quality alcohol and non-alcohol beverages, supplying a strong portfolio of world well known brands and new to Australian market products.
Baltika Brewery is the second largest brewing company in Europe and the leader of the Russian beer market with over 38% market share. It is headquartered in St. Petersburg and owned by the Danish brewing company Carlsberg
The main feature of craft beer is production in small amounts, and craft breweries are usually small, independent but still traditional. Today craft beer is growing into a unique powerful category.
Traditionally it is made by distilling the liquid from cereal grains that have been fermented, with potatoes arising as a substitute in more recent times, and some modern brands using fruits, honey or maple sap as the base.
The wine has strongly developed variety bouquet, strong extraction capacity and harmonic pleasant taste. Wine is named after the famous Georgian Painter Niko Pirosmanishvili.
Each brand has its secret. A secret of Barrister gin is a separate distillation of aromatic spirits. To accentuate herbal aroma and flavour of Barrister gin, aromatic spirits are made from each ingredient and then the mixed in special proportions in accordance with the old English recipe.
For a non-regular whisky drinker, the difference between Japanese and other whiskies might not be obvious, though typically, they are slightly lighter. But even if you’re an advanced whisky drinker, it wouldn’t go amiss to explore the unique world of Japanese whisky.
Umeshu (梅酒) is a Japanese liqueur made by steeping ume plums in liquor and sugar. It has a sweet, sour taste, and an alcohol content of 10–15%. Famous brands of umeshu include Choya, Takara Shuzo and Matsuyuki.
Sake, is Japanese rice wine, is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran. Like other rice wines, when sake is brewed, these conversions occur simultaneously.
If you’re a fine cognac lover, you shouldn’t miss out on Armenian brandy! We are bringing to you the finest brandies of Armenia – NOY and Kremlin Award. They are produced at the famous distillery in Armenia, found in 1877 in Yerevan.