Pot distilled using a mixture of corn and wheat, filtered through local garnets then hardwood charcoal, cut with Lake Placid water.
A lean, dry as dust whiskey not without its charms. Not your average young bourbon.
A somewhat oak forward rye but in a charming way rather than an oak stave between the eyes. A nice upward progression in terms of quality/taste in this rye.
A well done, young and exuberant rye with some rough edges to its character making for a charmingly roguish character
Well done, gluten free and herbal/fruit forward rather than a juniper blast.
A really outstanding beer derived type of whiskey with a truly lovely taste of pleasant citrusy and piney hops – not the usual rancid tom cat piss smell you get from some hops. A crossover whiskey from the beer and hops making for an extremely drinkable whiskey. Slap a nipple on the bottle and send me to bed.
They use all New York state apples instead of grains to make their vodka.
An interesting expression of a grape vodka.Completely different than Ciroc.
This vodka produced in ridiculously small quantities .