A nice starter Armagnac for those unfamiliar with Armagnacs charms
This is the latest release from Chivas Brothers and their master blender Colin Scott. First seen in 1997, this is a new upscale package for this 18 year old blend.
Super premium version of Cointreau made with cognac rather than straight alcohol base.
A damn manly yet gentlemanly bourbon.
Damn fine Bourbon and Favorite of the Elijah Barrel Proof releases so far!
At $60 a bottle for a barrel proof it is a bit of a deal and a decent whiskey but maybe not a must-have. Decent, but not stellar. Buy it as a solid bourbon for mixing.
Another release of a full and robust Barrel Proof Elijah Craig to enjoy and add to your whiskey archive!
Guy is an old historical brand and this absinthe is trying to tie into the history with the appearance of the bottle and label.
Decently made if not overly exciting. High proof compared to many others for the price
Might be better as a bitter tonic (Amaro) than thought of as an Absinth(e)
Actually drinkable – unusual for a Czech absinth.
An absinthe for people who don’t like anise.
Very heavy duty taste to this mescal.
The first distillery (the first legal one anyway) to open in Wales in over 100 years. Almost a hybrid of Irish whiskey and Scotch single malt.
A lovely expression of a rye vodka that will ruin you for lesser brands.
Distilled in a copper pot still in small batches from Tocai grape pomace.
Billed as the “Only enjoyable Czech Absinthe.” Actually one of the best Czech absinthes I have ever had.
Interesting tequila, great gift bootle