a good choice one for someone on a budget or who is just starting to explore tequila.
Imagine Tequila Egg Nog and you won’t be too far wrong
Well made but odd, atypical, even for a New World Gin. Definitely worth a try !
Think of it as a Coca Chartreuse Lite and you won’t be far off the mark.
Nicely drinkable, Overproof Applejack without tears….
A well done lowland tequila.
Nicely done, natural, if a bit rustic.
All the ingredients of a healthy breakfast – tea(s), grapefruit and gin in one bottle.
A excellent and slightly idiosyncratic ( in a nice way) cachaca
An interesting and slightly quirky whiskey. Well worth a try.
A very much undiscovered but great bitter tonic.
A very unique and interesting gin, well worth seeking out.
A fairly restrained but flavorful London Dry type of gin but with more citrus and less juniper
Unlike a lot of Gins, Gluten Free and Kosher
Breaking & Entering Bourbon is a Juvenile Delinquent, with lots of promising showing but a bit of a lightweight
A blend of organic ingredients (five: juniper, rosemary, lemon, grapefruit and ginger). Singular and unique in a nice way.
Double distilled in pot stills, aged, and capable of being sipped by itself. Not your gardeners cachaca !
A smooth and nicely done Pisco. Made with a view towards mixability and suppleness in a cocktail. Reccomended.
A glorious liquid history both past and present.
A lovely, sensuous, spice bomb of a barrel aged gin
A well made,delicate but durable nosing, tasting, and cocktail glass all rolled into one.
Infinitely better than some of the other tea infused spirits I have had.
A favorite of ours, with a lot of flavor of all types going on and a very approachable type of champagne.
A very well done vodka produced with potatoes.
Pot distilled right the first time, not filtered to death and so tastes like something worth drinking unlike the flavorless vodkas
The best triple sec available.
Singular, a touch exotic, and lovely- just the way we like them .
If honesty, sincerity, complexity, and sense of place mean anything to you – especially contrasting to the soulless oceans of other vodkas out there, buy this one.
Over 60 lbs of apples (about 25 kilos) go into each bottle.