Actually fairly mild, decently done, and not overly spiced.
Better than regular Captain Morgan ( yes, damn faint praise) but costs considerably more.
Might make a interesting alternative to a gin in the right drink.
The First Gin Barreled Aged Orange Bitters in Modern Times
We were a little unsure where to list this one. It is described as a liquor, but is made from sugarcane/molasses.
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.
A very interesting blend of oriental fruits and herbs Obviously has lots of Tiki drink potential.
The 87th incarnation of this gin, each bottle of Gin No. 209 has a complex birth leading to a lovely outcome.
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.
A must have for classic cocktails calling for a drier form of triple sec or Dry Curacao .
Considerably higher proof than Captain Morgan or Admiral Nelson (both are 70 proof or 35%), sourced from the Virgin Islands