The white dog version of Pappy Van Winkle.
Comes in plastic bottle, so it bounces rather than breaks when you drop it in the alley.
Extracts of safflower leuzea roots (a.k.a. maral root, safflower rhubarb, safflower centaury) and ginseng are added for flavoring and their tonic effects – hence the reference to Casanova if you follow our drift.
“Fear Factor” comes to whiskey tasting!
Very mild, pleasant enough but rather low proof and a touch too understated.
Great industrial strength mustache wax in an industrial strength tin.
Might make a interesting alternative to a gin in the right drink.
Well Made, Complex and Delicious – Highly Recommend !
One of the Best Orange Bitters We Have Ever Had ! – And That is Saying a LOT !
Truly Outstanding in Its Field.
Interesting if not overly great young rye whiskey. Nice example of an early type of rye but not overly complex because of it.
Not your average Blanco to put it mildly.
Distilled in copper pot stills then aged in oak casks and bottled at 4 years of age.
Distilled in copper pot stills, then aged in oak casks and bottled at 8 years of age.
Finally a sensible, methodical and easy to understand book on how to mix cocktails and create your own drinks. Highly recommended !
A coconut rum worth drinking – a real rarity.
Outstanding compared to the other Puerto Rican Rum and maybe $2 more a bottle !
If you want a Limon Rum, forget the other Puerto Rican Rum and grab this one.
If you want a mint flavored rum, forget the other Puerto Rican Rum and grab this one. Much better.
Good, cheap and available – a probably on clearance now
Much improved and cleaner taste than the previous incarnation. Highly recommend for a number of tasty cocktails or even by itself
Very much a further step in the right direction, with a bit more polished herbal enhancement and a far better package that celebrates its return to its roots both literal and metaphorical.
This stuff should be extremely popular for Frat Boy Punch
If you like very sweet raspberry tea this one is for you.
A well done citrus/bitter orange bitters.
While not entirely revolting, it is fairly insipid.
A fairly foul tasting attempt at a cinnamon whiskey. Somewhat subtle relatively speaking at first, then degrading rapidly towards undrinkability
Subvert the dominant rum paradigms and buy this rum.
A very complex and delicious rum, especially for the money.
Quite similar to the last release with a bit more gin and bitter orange – both good things!
A very interesting bitter , a bit pricier than their usual array of bitters but worth having.