A great Chilean Pisco for a very reasonable price.
So cheap you think it must be bad – but is surprisingly good.
Black Currants were illegal from New York State in 1911 until recently (2006), nice to see them back !
A very nicely done cherry cordial
n this instance they use New York State Montmorency Cherries and their own distilled spirit to produce this cordial.
A solid drinkable bourbon that is also cheap
This rum is hand blended from a range of ages( 5-10 years) to achieve the color and taste profile. A decent, solid rum.
A decent rum for the money, especially for the price/class.
Almost a cognac and sherry hybrid.Sweet,thick and plush.
If you like sweet tarts this one is for you….
More manly sounding but tastes like a fake strawberry rum.
The Diet Coke version of a Mojito
The top selling rum in the world- or so they would like everyone to believe.
Great way to sweeten a drink and add some flavor other than agave.
You could pay twice the money for something that doesn’t taste as good as this.
Beats the hell out of Grey Goose for about half the money.
For the money it adds a LOT of excellent, unique, nuanced flavor .
A delicate, thoughtful expression of a lemon bitter.
Lean but excellent orange bitters
Quite a bit different from the other Xocolatl bitters out there. LOTS of flavor
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
Higher proof than Captain Morgan or Admiral Nelson and better tasting
Not as bad as you might think, and surprisingly versatile for mixing.
An outstanding value for the money – possibly the cheapest potato vodka out there and one of the best tasting!
This fortified wine starts off with a blueberry eau de vie distilled in a small pot still, which is then rested or aged for one year. Meanwhile, a blueberry wine is produced, and the two are married for one year before release. This is most similar to a port production method than the other wines we are reviewing.
Not drinkable by anyone old enough to legally do so.
An absolute must have if you are going to do the classic cocktails (from the earliest to the 1920’s)
A excellent value in an aged white rum.