A fairly unknown blended Scotch that may pleasantly surprise you.
A well made vodka that uses an unusual mix of ingredients yielding a smooth taste. Also, 100 % of Javelin’s sale supports an excellent cause.
An outstanding way to continue to drink vodka and not only not support Russian aggression but fight it!
Beats Mikes Hard Lemonade hands down in our taste test and cheaper !
Not as saccharine sweet and fake tasting as many .
Well made micro distilled aquavit.
This akvavitt (as they spell it) is from the Faroe Islands,known as a Taffel aquavit – meaning a clear unaged one – think of it as the plata, blanco or silver of aquavit.
This bourbon uses wheat rather than rye in its mashbill resulting in a lighter taste and body.
Mesquite and oak chips influence make this a very distinctive whiskey
Complex and interesting especially for such a young whiskey.
A very interesting and uniquely finished rye whiskey
The first commercially produced (meaning legally, not a reflection on size of production) Aquavit in the U.S.
O.P. Anderson is currently the only Swedish Aquavit being imported in the U.S.
An older style bourbon that just seems a bit tired and light compared to their others.
Old Crow lacks character- even bad character- it’s just bland, harsh and ultimately pointless.
This is a take-no-prisoners whisky of the Old Style.
Old style, slightly rough and young tasting. Decent and cheap enough for the money.
If you like it rough (but not too rough) this one is for you. A few years can make a big difference.
No longer a whiskey I would recommend. Better cheaper stuff out there now.
Orange.Lots of Orange.
Damned lovely whiskey. Please bury me with a bottle of this.
The first distillery (the first legal one anyway) to open in Wales in over 100 years. Almost a hybrid of Irish whiskey and Scotch single malt.
10 year old Canadian Whisky. More complex than most.
Two basic food groups for some – candy and vodka – in one bottle.
Not nearly as undrinkable as some of their other products.
One of the most undrinkable liquids I have ever ingested. Makes the x-ray contrast dye I had for appendicitis seem like a XO Cognac by comparison.
Interesting if slightly odd melange of flavor.
A good bourbon of a drier style, that is not as common as it used to be.
A foul concoction that tastes like Gummi lifesavers dissolved in a rotgut grain alcohol that only the underage or brain damaged paint huffers could drink.
Raid juniors college fund for this one.
A premium bourbon that was one of my favorites for years.