Decent starter rye but pricey compared to others.
An excellent local vodka at a great price. While a bit light for my personal taste, we recommend it for quality,price and locally made from local ingredients (New York State).
Smooth as glass, flavors delicate as crystal, and extremely well made from one of natures most expensive ingredients with an obsessive attention to detail and quality. Outstanding !
Well made but odd, atypical, even for a New World Gin. Definitely worth a try !
Well made, slightly sweet and silky, just the way we like them.
A rare red variation of Absinthe
Outstanding value for the money.
A solid drinkable bourbon that is also cheap
Very interesting but atypical port barrel finished bourbon.
An absolutely amazingly useful device you will suddenly find you need to use for almost any infusion, syrup, oleo sacrum, etc., Oh, and its great to cook with too !.
A real craft made applejack with apples direct from their farm and nothing else !
Beats a lot of moonshine products and naturally gluten free too !
An exciting addition to Apple Countries Apple Jack portfolio.Proof that upstate New York can make decent apple brandy.
Nothing at all like that lighter fluid style Slivovitz you probably had before you found this.
A well done Cherry Brandy that is worth a try if you can find it.
Nicely drinkable, Overproof Applejack without tears….
A nicely done pear eau de vie or brandy at a competitive price
A well made aged applejack
Excellent liqueur to explore new cocktail frontiers with.Similar but better than Sloe Gin
Nicely done, natural, if a bit rustic.
Nicely spiced yet discrete oil with citrus scents to make that beard shine and smell good too !
Smell like an old cabinet makers woodshop – In a nice way
An interesting and slightly quirky whiskey. Well worth a try.
Weapons Grade Shot Glass for those who take their hardware/barware seriously.
Think concentrated salty amaro and citrus
An amaro spice cake for your brown spirits
Rooty, spicy,,angustora, absinthe, grapefruit. Interesting if challenging.
The best and most faithful to Xocolatl Mole type bitter we have encountered so far
A very unique and idiosyncratic bitter that is fun to play with.
A brighter more distinct Angustora with a whisper of Peychauds
Nicely balanced and only papaya bitter we know of.