A Beautifully Done Semi Dry Rhum Agricole. A treat to both eye and palette.
Spirit of the month
Next time I get a cold I’m slapping a nipple on this and taking it to bed with me.
Nicely done young Rhum Agricole
Excellent for a Canadian Whisky, but a touch pricey….
Think of it as a very flavorful vodka or an excellent white rum and you won’t be far wrong.
A well done citrus/bitter orange bitters.
A lovely traditional crème. If you are looking for traditional French Crèmes (very sweet liqueurs) this is the company to buy from. Not to mention their eau de vies…
Fun and odd, interesting in whiskey cocktails or club soda
Interesting, unusual old school bitters that are eel worth a try.
An amusing book, but who would trust a baby to mix you a decent cocktail ?
Much better than the Silver Tanduay, worth considering. Think of it as a somewhat better Asian version of Bacardi and you won’t be too far wrong.
A curiosity but not a compelling must have for the collection or drinking.
A must read reference for anyone who wishes to learn about spirits and what to do with them. An excellent and well organized compendium.
Deadly smooth, delicious, and excellent value . Makes Grey Goose fast like rubbing alcohol by comparison.
Maker’s Mark with a big infusion of French Cognac Oak
Decently made, if not spectacular. Kind of like the rest of the Knob Creek portfolio in that sense. Upside is reliable and widely available.
At half the price and age of the Knob Creek Maple you are wasting half the money
Decent if a trifle simple. Available almost anywhere and a reliable choice.
Light, easy to drink, but not a lot going on flavor wise. Simple, easy, and cheap.
Interesting idea, but heavy handed execution. More of a dessert flavoring than a drink, if a high quality one.
See and taste how the it all begins at George Dickel – at ⅓ the price of the Jack Daniels equivalent white whiskey.