Weapons Grade Strainer
Much more a absinthe liqueur than a full on Absinthe.Decent for what it is and cheap enough to serve as a gateway absinthe that can dispense with the sugar cube ritual.
Try it with, or on a friend.
Remarkably drinkable and pleasant for a grappa.
The 10 year old version of an already good whiskey for just a few dollars more.
Distilled on the estate in copper pot stills (of a shape/design particular to Jamaica) then aged in oak casks for 12 years (which is a long time for a rum!).
If you like Jack Daniels over cognac this one is for you.
Benedictine and Otard Cognac in one bottle !
Quick synopsis of the review
Smell like an old cabinet makers woodshop – In a nice way
Nicely done complex herbal liqueur of the Czech/German school of herbal liqueurs .
Definitely one of the better ‘value’ priced cognacs out there and great for mixing.
A delicious, all natural, cherry bitters. Very rare combination !
A very complex, multilayered orange experience in the form of an artisan vodka.
A unique gin using 19 botanicals with lovingly obsessive attention to details.
One of the best cherry liqueurs out there. Will ruin you for the others out there.
A soft easy drinking Irish Whiskey that is a great value for the money.
A Alabama legend goes legit.
Unlike some of my past girlfriends, NOT dark, bitter nor expensive, just sweet and fun. Like the current one.
A heavily maple finished Canadian whisky, new cocktail or breakfast staple for the dissipated ?
Think of this as a gateway rum to get your friends started down the path
About as crunchy granola as you can get- local, wildcrafted, organic, but still lovely !
What microdistilling should be about – creativity, dedication, and making the best use of the best local materials to make a unique and wonderful product.
Nicely and not overly done pepper vodka. Spicy but not nuclear, flavor over brute force.
Overall a durable, practical, and attractive way to appreciate your beer.
Locally sourced ingredients, environmentally friendly and tastes outstanding
Amazing whiskey for the price. Recommended
Gateway rye at best. Great for newbies of rye but too light in character to recommend to anyone else
Think of this as the Kyoto cold drip of vodka
Alembic distillation, aging in Jequitibá Rosa barrels, single estate, organic, and outstanding flavor. This one pretty much has everything anyone might want in a Cachaca.