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NEW ARRIVALS in the SPIRITS Department
Ransom Old Tom Gin 750ml $41.99, a Pre-Prohibition style gin made by a modern day artisan producer. This gin harkens back to a popular style of gin from the mid 1800’s.I’ve never experienced anything like it. The sniff test reveals an obvious whiff of juniper along with subtle floral notes and cardamom. At first sip you’ll notice a presence of cardamom. The mid palate reveals floral tones and a hint of citrus that carries through to a malty finish. The overall tasting experience has a smooth roundness from the barrel aging. This is a must have for serious cocktail nerds!!
Gold medal winner, International Review of Spirits and 93 points Beverage Tasting Institute: “Pale amber pink color. Aromas of sweet berry and citrus pastry, floral hops, honey and spice follow through on a soft,silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with wintermint, mango custard, dried lavender, and herbal juniper and sweet spices on the gentle polished finish. Very nice.”
Rhum J. M Agricole Blanc 100 Proof 1 Liter $41.99
Located on the northernmost tip of Martinique at the base of an active volcano, Rhum J.M has a truly unique terroir for its estate-grown sugarcane. The island of Martinique itself carries an AOC Rhum classification, the only such classification of its kind, as the island is recognized as the world’s premier sugarcane growing area.
“Amazing Rum…..A must try and a house favorite.”
2012 Ultimate Beverage Challenge “Chairman’s Trophy”, Extraordinary, 95 points.
“Extravagant cornucopia of ripening tropical fruit – mango, overripe bananas, papaya – and a wild, funky earthiness combine for an aromatic explosion; flavors are intensely rich of fresh sugar cane and tropical fruit; a delight”.
Monkey Shoulder Batch 27 Blended Malt Scotch 750ml $29.99
William Grant & Sons, in 2005, introduced a premium triple vatted malt called ‘Monkey Shoulder’. Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Single Malts - Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie - and is great with mixers or just on its own. Enjoy a Manhatten tonight!
The Manhattan was originally bourbon based but characteristically we think it’s much better with Scotch or more precisely Monkey Shoulder.
Highland Park “LOKI” 15 Year Valhalla Collection Single Malt Scotch 750ml $229.99
Loki is one of the most complex characters in Norse mythology, regularly positioned as a trickster and often engaged in treachery and mischief. Highland Park Single Malt Scotch has released a whisky that bottles the characteristics of Loki while still celebrating the unique Highland Park house style. The Orkney whisky maker has now created a unique flavor profile for Thor’s follow up – Loki, a 15 Years Old Single Malt. While unquestionably Highland Park in style, the whisky mirrors the unpredictable, shape-shifting Loki character and as with the trickster god of fire himself, all is not as it seems.
There are classic traces of sweetness and spice, being matured in both traditional Spanish sherry casks as well as heavily peated casks, giving it a smoky punch, while retaining a light color. The finish is intriguing and complex. A chameleon-like whisky, constantly changing from appearance to finish, the expert palates who have savored Loki describe it as,”enigmatic” and “truly another whisky of the gods.”
Mellow Corn Whiskey by Heaven Hills Distillery 750ml $11.99
What a Surprise! Mellow Corn is obviously less expensive, but still has the smoothness of a nice bourbon at three times the price. A straight corn whiskey from Heaven Hill called Mellow Corn and only $11.99 for a 750ml bottle. But what we found out is that it’s quite drinkable. As a “straight” corn whiskey, it’s at least 80% corn (the rest is rye and malted barley), unblended, without coloring or flavoring added. Heaven Hills distillery, had the Mellow Corn aged in used (not new, like bourbon) charred white oak barrels.
Tapatio B-110 Blanco Tequila 1 Liter $49.99
Hello, Tequila Tapatio! After 75 years of distilling in Arandas and sales across Mexico, the venerable Tapatio Tequila has arrived in the US. YES - it’s the same Tequila Tapatio you met & loved in Mexico!
‘Tapatio’ is a Mexican word referring to a man from Jalisco, the tequila-producing state of Mexico. Women from the region are known as ‘Tapatias’. At the La Alteña distillery, the methods of production are the same as they were a century ago, with a large stone wheel (known as a Tahona) turned in a pit to crush the cooked agave plants. The juice and agave fibres are then mixed in a barrel by foot before fermentation and distillation. Carlos and Marko have been scheming to create this smooth 110 proof (nicknamed “B110”) for a couple of years. It just arrived last month.
Karma ReposadoTequila 750ml $39.99
After final distillation, Karma Silver Tequila is transferred into used American Oak Kentucky Bourbon barrels. These barrels are purchased directly from Kentucky’s Heaven Hill Distilleries from their award winning bourbons. Our Reposado is currently aged 364 days (Reposado by legal definition is tequila rested in Oak barrels anytime between 60 and 364 days). The longer the tequila rests, the smoother the finish. This could be one of the smoothest Reposado’s on the market today.
Hangar One Mandarin Blossom Vodka 750ml $29.99
Nothing reminds us of summer like the smell of fresh cut oranges on the kitchen counter. Hanger One first tried distilling the fruit, but the acids in the juice were unstable - we couldn’t get a consistent aroma from one bottling to another. Then they realized: let’s use the flowers instead. It takes an hour to harvest a pound of Mandarin blossoms. It takes 100 pounds of blossoms to do just two bottlings of our vodka. Since we only pick at the height of bloom, we’re constantly battling time and the elements, and we have to do it in giant bee suits. The complex, floral aroma is always worth the trouble, and much more.