One of the best Crème de Framboise we have ever had, and thankfully available in the U.S. !
This whisky also uses a higher proportion of corn than most bourbon, proprietary yeast strains and single story warehouses -all of which contribute to the uniqueness of the whisky.
A very good new York State microdistilled white whiskey.
A more robust, oily, and luscious version of their pear brandy.
Distilled in a copper pot still in small batches from primarily Pinot Noir, with a bit of Cabernet Franc and Merlot grape pomace.
Nicely done and good size for chilling your favorite beverage without diluting of influencing the taste.
Damn fine vodka with a humorous twist. The package may seem a bit gimmicky, but the vodka is very solid.
Nicely subtle especially for a one year old brandy.
A very well done honey brandy
A decent start that showed some hope.
When you feel like hurting yourself now and later….
At first whiff, the coffee has a robust espresso, and hints of chocolate smell with a touch of vanilla. Dark roasted coffee hits first, then alcohol but in a somewhat understated way.
A fairly unknown blended Scotch that may pleasantly surprise you.
The Microsoft of Tennessee Whisk(e)y Rough around the edges and fairly straightforward if you like that kind of thing.
A vey impressive first product by a new distiller. One of the best Corn Whiskeys we have tasted. We have high hopes for anything else he produces and look forward to his further efforts !
As crunchy granola as they get yet and an outstanding vodka to boot. Highly recommended
One of the few coffee liqueurs I actually like and use regularly. Real Kona coffee and nothing else.
Well made micro distilled aquavit.
An excellent rye white whiskey, and a great Samogon type spirit also for those of you looking for a lot more flavor in a white spirits that is not corn based.
A deftly made slightly sweet maple spirits aged with Oak Staves
Almost more a liqueur like Navan or a spiced brandy. Lots of unexpected flavors.
An easy path to the Dark Side. A great ‘Gateway Amaro’ .
An adult ginger liqueur-finally !
An excellent Italian ( both in origin and style) amaretto
Not only drinkable but enjoyable – unlike many limoncellos .
This bourbon uses wheat rather than rye in its mashbill resulting in a lighter taste and body.
Made from 100% locally sourced New York maple syrup and using the “farm to bottle” green/environmental approach working with local people and resources.
Excellent French ( in origin and style) amaretto.
One of the best easily, commercially, creme de cocoas available The darker (brown or brun) is colored, mostly for aesthetic mixology reasons.
An idiosyncratic but great product. Very mentholated.