Distillers Cola

We wanted to make a Cola that would do justice to the craftsmanship that goes into producing great whiskey & rum, creating a liquid made with the best naturally sourced ingredients that would allow the subtle & characterful flavors of these unique spirits to shine through. The result is a cola that is rich & complex in flavor, with the perfect level of sweetness to complement and elevate whiskies & rums from the finest distilleries.

Distillers Cola

Distillers Cola

Tasting notes:

Distillers Cola
Dried and Freshly picked Kola nuts from Jamaica


Rich, rounded and balanced with citrus upfront and complex spice to finish.

Key Ingredients

Our Distillers Cola is made from eleven carefully chosen and blended ingredients including Caribbean kola nuts, Mexican limes, and a selection of distilled botanicals & spices including Jamaican pimento berry & Madagascan vanilla.

Kola Nut

Cola acuminata


The majority of the global supply of kola nuts come from West Africa, typically they are grown in cultivated environments for higher yields & as a result, often are exposed to pesticides in the soil. We have carefully selected our Kola nuts from Jamaica which are grown in the wild and benefit from the fertile soil of Jamaica's rich land. By sourcing kola nuts from Jamaica we are able to guarantee the natural growing conditions which results in a superior product. 

The nut’s aroma is sweet and rose-like with a bitter taste that does get sweeter on chewing the nuts. They add a natural source of caffeine into the liquid along with a subtle bitter note that sits under & balances out the sweetness & spice.

Pimento Berries

Pimenta dioica


Pimento is known as "all spice" because the taste and aroma of the berry resembles a mixture of four other well-known spices - cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon & pepper, adding a fantastic spice to our mixers.

We proudly source our Pimento berry from Jamaica where they are grown in the wild or on small holdings. Jamaica is globally renowned for having very fertile soil and for producing the best quality pimento oil in the world.

Mexican Tahitian Lime

Citrus aurantifolia


To prevent scurvy during the 19th century, British sailors were issued a daily allowance of citrus, such as lemon, and later switched to lime. The use of citrus was initially a closely guarded military secret, as scurvy was a common scourge of various national navies, and the ability to remain at sea for lengthy periods without contracting the disorder was a huge benefit for the military. The British sailor thus acquired the nickname, “Limey” because of their usage of limes. Mexican Key Limes are incredibly juicy and sharply acidic; they afford a wonderful fruity and piney flavour to our products.

Fresh Vanilla

Vanilla planifolia


True Madagascan vanilla is a difficult thing to grow but the rewards are bountiful - its taste and aroma are so highly prized it is now worth more than its weight in silver. Vanilla is not native to the island of Madagascar. Despite its unrivalled breadth of biodiversity, there is no native fauna to pollenate the vanilla flowers; instead, local farmers painstakingly hand-pollenate each flower. The rigorous approach we take to our vanilla cultivation results an intensely sweet and warming burst of flavour.

Nutritional info
Typical values per 100ml



Total carb*

* of which sugars: 18g

Protein, fat, fibre, salt


Spring water, sugar, natural flavorings including kola nuts, Jamaican pimento berries, Mexican lime, Sicilian Lemons & Madagascan vanilla.

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