Taking after the European tradition of aperitif, Grand Poppy boasts a low 20% alcohol while sacrificing nothing in terms of flavor. The ingredients listed include the California grand poppy, burdock, California bay leaf, bearberry, dandelion, citrus and peppercorn. A lot of the ingredients are items you might find on a hike, seemingly the inspiration for
As a simple, neutral grain spirit, vodka has the distinct honor of being the one spirit that every two-bit distiller in the world
Jameson is famous for its bold flavor and incredible punch. When
Jim Beam Honey comes in the typical Jim Beam bottle, with the unique label artwork of a honeycomb pattern. It's a tasteful and artistic label which celebrates the main addition and brings focus to the important part
There's always been something about the Early Times brand of whiskies that I've been averse to. Perhaps it's the fact that the only product by this distiller I can get my hands on in this great state of Pennsylvania is a 1.75 mL
The black cherry variety of Jim Beam's Red Stag product is an infused bourbon whiskey, imparted with the natural taste of black cherries which aim to compliment the traditional oaky sweetness of Jim Beam's standard bourbon. The artwork on the label features a pair of red antlers, taking me back to winter hunting trips with
I approached CÎROC Amaretto Vodka with skepticism. Call it a habit, but that's just the way it goes with me and flavored vodka. Burnett's, Smirnoff, Absolut, Three Olives, Stolichnaya
We're going to begin 2014 right, with a flavorful tequila six generations strong, with a history dating back 250 years: Familia Camarena Tequila Reposado.
From the Camarena legacy page:
"For six generations, we have taken great care in preserving the invaluable resources of this important region, practicing sustainable farming and taking a long-range approach to growing quality agave. As part of our family's commitment to
And yet here I was, yet again, peering at a bottle of bourbon — not because I wanted to, but because I had to. Because it was required. The sort of company that I keep encompasses a wide variety of tastes and particular preferences. On
When it comes to vodka, I like it Polish if possible. It's not that there's anything inherently wrong with vodka produced anywhere else, it's just that vodka was born in Poland and these guys know enough about producing vodka to not screw it up.
Try as I might, I can't think of a single thing that comes from Pennsylvania that I prefer. I was going to say cheesesteaks, but that's more centralized in
Today, my dear friends, we're getting back into gin. Feast your eyes, if you will, on the bright glow of