Weapons Grade Strainer
Decent starter rye but pricey compared to others.
Nicely done, quality white whiskey that has plenty of taste, smooth and moderately priced – especially for a craft bottle.
A drinkable tequila and a work of limited edition art at a cheap price.
Doesn’t go much cheaper without major pain and suffering from bad distillation.
A low end anejo which is redeemed by the price point. While it lacks the finish and complexity of higher end anejos, it also lacks the price.
a good choice one for someone on a budget or who is just starting to explore tequila.
A drinkable tequila at a cheap price.
Imagine Tequila Egg Nog and you won’t be too far wrong
An excellent local vodka at a great price. While a bit light for my personal taste, we recommend it for quality,price and locally made from local ingredients (New York State).
Drinkable and nice presentation.
A one bottle martini including garnish – convenience in a bottle.
This vodka uses real fruit infused into the base spirit to achieve its flavors.
Smooth as glass, flavors delicate as crystal, and extremely well made from one of natures most expensive ingredients with an obsessive attention to detail and quality. Outstanding !
Organic but not in a good way.
A great Chilean Pisco for a very reasonable price.
Pot distilled locally grown potatoes and local water from Lake Placid .The filtering process uses local crystals from the Herkimer Diamond Mine.
Don’t believe what the Barbeque Expert in the Wall Street Journal Said – This is an outstanding, must-read book!
A stunningly different form of corn whisky, that is both groundbreaking and delightful.
More of a Pastis than an Absinthe, particularly because of it’s lack of a specific type of wormwood ( which from a taste standpoint can be a plus for some people) but pleasant enough, and moderately priced.
No, It is supposed to have that giant bug that looks like a punked out praying mantis in it . Not sure why though.
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.
Not bad, maybe the best of the worst. Czech Absinth is a grim category generally speaking.
Well made,heavy enough to get confiscated at the airport.
We evaluate French and Czech absinthe as two entirely different styles/expressions so please bear that in mind when reading the evaluations/ratings.
Overall an excellent cocktail kit with well considered and curated ingredients that actually yield a seriously delicious Cosmopolitan cocktail- something I did not think was possible.
Well made but odd, atypical, even for a New World Gin. Definitely worth a try !
Well made, slightly sweet and silky, just the way we like them.
So cheap you think it must be bad – but is surprisingly good.
My choice for a cheap Reposado Tequila