1. 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka

    Proof70 (35% ABV)
    Situated in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, the town of Rigby, Idaho is best known as the birthplace of television. In 1923, Philo Taylor Farnsworth created the blueprints for the first television set while a student at Rigby High School. Today, just a few miles down the street from Rigby High, Bill Scott — 44° North's Master Distiller — is hard at work crafting another batch of 44° North Vodka.

    Distilled exclusively from Idaho Russet Burbank potatoes, 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka are the first vodkas ever approved to wear the Idaho Potato Commission's official seal of approval. Once the locally-sourced potatoes are brought to the distillery, Scott mashes and ferments them before distilling the wash through his five-column, multi-plate copper still. The potatoes, which contain unusually high levels of antioxidants and sugars, give the vodka its smooth, silky texture.

    In order to produce 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka, Scott steeps the vodka he distills in natural mountain huckleberries for ten days (huckleberries are Idaho's official state fruit). The huckleberries impart a slightly candied aroma to the vodka, and contribute a blueberry-like, tart sourness to the finish. 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka earned a score of 90-95 points from Wine Enthusiast and was named "a perfect sipping vodka when chilled"by The Luxist.

    44° North Mountain Huckleberry has been steeped in cherries and huckleberries, respectively, each vodka is brought to proof with water from the Snake River and then bottled by hand. 44° North Vodka is not only made in Idaho, but also represents the very best of what Idaho agriculture has to offer.

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    Soft, sweet aroma. Notes of huckleberries along with hints of strawberries and vanilla lead to sweet, slightly tart finish.
  2. Neft White Vodka

    Proof80 (40% ABV)
    NEFT is a Russian-Austrian brand placing vodka at the heart of life and culture. This incredibly distinctive brand is known for its iconic NEFT BARREL, which was created by a petroleum engineer who wanted to celebrate the industry of hard workers by giving them an amazing distilled spirit, the way it should be.

    NEFT Vodka – Russian for oil – is new ultra-premium vodka to the US that is packaged in a unique, specially made oil barrel. Pure Alpine spring water and the best quality grains are the basic ingredients for its wonderful, natural taste.

    Next is at the nexus of Austrian precision and Russian vodka expertise, combined with the best European rye grains and local Alpine spring water. NEFT is produced at the source in small batches, according to their vision, knowledge, and experience. Multiple distillations as well as a special double-filtration technology are used to produce NEFT Vodka to guarantee consuming this spirit at the highest level of quality. Available in black and white cans.

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    Smooth inviting sweet notes of citrus and vanilla followed by an ethereal textured finish.
  3. La Fée Absinthe Parisienne

    Proof136 Proof (68% ABV)
    Absinthe, which is a spirit traditionally derived from grand wormwood, anise and fennel, has a long and colorful history. While its origins remain unclear, the use of medicinal wormwood dates back to ancient Egypt. In the 18th and 19th centuries, absinthe was distributed by the French Army to its troops as a cure for several digestive diseases, including dysentery and tropical fever. When the troops returned home, they brought their taste for absinthe with them. The popularity of absinthe grew, particularly among bohemian artists and writers such as Ernest Hemingway, Vincent van Gogh and Oscar Wilde, all known to be absinthe drinkers.

    Spurred by the temperance movement and winemakers, absinthe became associated with hallucinogenic effects. One critic claimed that absinthe would "make you crazy and criminal,"and that it would "provoke epilepsy and tuberculosis." In 1905, Swiss farmer Jean Lanfray murdered his family after consuming considerable quantities of wine, brandy and two glasses of absinthe. While Lanfray had a history of alcoholism, teetotalers seized the moment and passed a referendum making absinthe illegal; it was not until 2007 that absinthe was allowed to be legally sold again.

    La Fée Absinthe Parisienne is distilled by the Cherry Rocher Distillery in conjunction with Marie-Claude Delahaye, the world renowned absinthe expert and historian. "La Fée captures the aroma and taste that great writers and artists such as Rimbaud, Toulouse-Lautrec and Vincent van Gogh enjoyed at the end of the 19th century," says Delahaye.

    The absinthe is distilled in accordance with a 19th century French recipe that calls for nine unique herbs and spices: grand wormwood, petite wormwood, fennel, green anise, star anise, hyssop, coriander and two secret ingredients that remain a closely-guarded secret. The ingredients are macerated together with a beet-based spirit inside a copper-pot still, before the absinthe is brought to proof with demineralised water.

    La Fée Absinthe Parisienne has a rich, green color along with an aroma of spicy herbs, anise, fennel and fresh grass. With the addition of water, the aroma gives way to notes of liquorice and mint and ends with touches of herbs, anise and root. The absinthe earned five stars from the Difford's Guide, which called it "Excellent." It also earned the Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2008 and the Los Angeles International Wine and Spirits Competition in 2009.

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    Rich, green color along with an aroma of spicy herbs, anise, fennel and fresh grass. With the addition of water, aroma gives way to notes of liquorice and mint. Ends with touches of herbs, anise and root.
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  4. Handy & Schiller Signature Cocktails Barreled Manhattan

    Proof70 (35% ABV)
    Named after two influential men of New Orleans cocktail industry, Thomas Handy and John Schiller, Handy & Schiller Barreled Cocktails was introduced by the Sazerac Company.

    Schiller, worked as a bartender in New York, later finding his way to New Orleans. By 1860 he was operating the world-famous Sazerac Coffeehouse in the French Quarter. Thomas Handy, a Maryland native, worked for Schiller at the coffeehouse.

    Handy later went on to become even more successful in the industry. Handy and Schiller's integral roles in the early days of New Orleans' cocktail culture would serve as inspiration for over a century and a half years of libations in America's most unique city.

    The Handy & Schiller Barreled Old Fashioned, and the Handy & Schiller Barreled Manhattan are both crafted and aged at Buffalo Trace Distillery. This Handy & Schiller Manhattan is crafted using Sazerac Rye Whiskey, Vermouth and Peychaud's Bitters.

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    Aromas of vanilla-almond nougat, candied cherries, butterscotch, tobacco, and toast with a satiny, crisp, moderately sweet light-to-medium body and a smooth, medium-length banana taffy, molasses, and raisin cake finish.
  5. Piñaq Original Tropical Liqueur

    Proof34 (17% ABV)
    Piñaq was conceived in New York, developed in Prague, and finished in Holland. They produce a range of premium liqueurs. Released in 2019, the threesome of products of the Dutch brand features a unique and exclusive packaging with the bottle taking the shape of a pineapple. Made from 100% recycled materials, the top of the pineapple-shaped container screws off and can be reattached at the bottom, creating an attractive pedestal. The lineup currently consists of the Piñaq Original, Rose, and Colada expressions. Pour it over ice for maximum enjoyment.

    The Piñaq Original Tropical Liqueur is gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and non-GMO. It's made with French VSOP cognac, real passion fruit, and the award-winning 3 Kilos Vodka from Holland. The latter is a premium spirit that is distilled from European golden wheat 5 times using a column still. The pineapple-shaped container of this expression is golden-colored, making for an elegant and attractive presentation. The 34-proof liqueur features tropical notes of pineapple, passionfruit, and caramel, with a pleasant balance of sweetness and acidity.

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    The nose is tropical with pineapple, passionfruit, honey, and caramel aromas. You can expect the same tropical notes on the palate with a balance of sweetness and acidity, culminating in a smooth finish with cognac notes.
  6. Krogstad Aquavit

    Proof80 (40% ABV)
    House Spirits Distillery was founded in 2004, based in Portland, Oregon, they are well known for their Aviation American Gin, as well as their solid line up of Liqueurs, Whiskeys, Vodkas, Rums, and Aquavits. House Spirits advocate ethically sourced ingredients, sourcing only the finest ingredients for their spirits.

    Specializing in Handcrafted, small-batch spirits, and using only the best ingredients, House Spirits distills their spirits, in the heart of Portland, Oregon, for the world to see. They provide tours where people can observe the spirits being crafted before their very eyes. “an invitation to explore the tradition and the future of American craft distilling…A leader of Portland’s world-renowned maker community, we are a real distillery, where real people put their heart, soul, and artistry into crafting products that delight and inspire” (House Spirits).

    Often seen as a gin replacement, Aquavit is a centuries-old Scandinavian liquor. Aquavit starts as a clear, neutral spirit, similar to vodka, which is then flavored with a variety of spices including caraway, anise, dill or coriander, and is most commonly served chilled, in small, icy glasses. You can often see it accompanying most Scandinavian foods, like preserved fish, or even moose.

    Krogstad is crafted in the spirit of adventure, the expression is inspired by the first European explorers to reach America who later passed down that adventurous spirit from generation to generation. Krogstad is distilled from naturally gluten free, American grain, and flavored with a robust blend of caraway and star anise.

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    Star anise on the nose followed by notes of caraway and anise, with an alcohol base. Balanced flavors of spicy, chewy, star anise and caraway on the palate. The finish is smooth.
  7. Southern Amaro Liqueur

    Proof60 (30% ABV)
    Situated in the center of historic downtown Charleston, SC, High Wire specializes in premium, handcrafted, small-batch spirits using the finest ingredients available. They like to get creative, employing their culinary expertise, when crafting their recipes. All the spirits are hand-made using German copper stills.

    High Wire was founded in 2013 by a husband and wife team and produces a distinctive line of small-batch gins, rums, whiskeys, and vodkas made from premium, specialized, and local ingredients. Scott Blackwell, an entrepreneur and CIA-trained baker and owner/distiller at High Wire, applies his knowledge of artisanal grains and culinary techniques to the spirits he creates.

    The distillery operates out of a 6,000 square foot warehouse with a distinct vintage feel to it. The beautiful high, barrelled ceiling and the hand-hammered still can be viewed through windows that connect the distillery to the tasting room, where visitors are welcome to try the spirits and take a tour. Not long after opening the distillery, the pair managed to partner with Dr. Brian Ward from the Clemson University to get their hands on some Jimmy Red corn, which was saved from extinction by Ted Chewning. They use the unique strain of maize to produce a special edition premium whiskey, the Jimmy Red Bourbon.

    Amaro (Italian for "bitter") is an extremely popular Italian herbal bittersweet liqueur. High Wire Southern Amaro Liqueur is their take on the Italian classic with a distinctly Southern twist. Unlike most amaro styles that use traditional Italian recipes, it's hand-crafted using local ingredients, including Charleston black tea, yaupon holly, Dancy tangerine, and mint. Its fresh, citrusy profile has a light sweetness and bitterness that is perfect for cocktails or a digestif.

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    It's a fresh profile with a delicately balanced sweetness and bitterness that are not overbearing. There is citrus, brown sugar, spice, vanilla, and black tea on the nose. The palate is herbal and bittersweet with fruity tangerine and cherry notes, along with some mint and a vanilla-forward finish.
  8. Nonino Grappa I Vigneti Monovitigno Il Moscato

    Proof82 (41% ABV)
    Established over a century ago in 1897 in Ronchi di Pavia in the Fruili region of Italy by Orazio Nonino, the Nonino Distillery is one of the leading grappa distilleries in the world. Once upon a time a typical poor man’s drink, the Nonino family revolutionized grappa and elevated it into a delicacy of the highest order. Introducing new methods of distillation, saving traditional grape varieties and inventing a new category of spirit – Ùe, the list of accomplishments of the Nonino Distillery is long, but the successful distillery is still family-owned today, run by Benito and Giannola Nonino with their three daughters who operate their five artisanal distilleries.

    Grappa is a distilled spirit, made from fermenting and distilling the solid part of grapes called pomace. In 1973, the Nonino family invented the single varietal grappa, Monovitigno Nonino, by distilling the pomace of Picolit grapes.

    Il Moscato di Nonino Grappa Vigneti Monovitigno is made from selected and destalked pomace that is harvested fresh and soft from Moscato grapes, used in sweet and sparkling Italian wines. Distillation takes place immediately after fermentation in copper steam stills without heads and tails – the result of Benito Nonino's innovation to preserve the purest part of grappa, the heart. Bottled at 82 proof, this is an elegant, aromatic and sensual spirit that should be enjoyed at about 12°C or in an icy open tulip shaped glass.

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    The nose is delicate with aromas of roses, vanilla and herbs. The taste is rich and creamy with sultanas and lemon zest flavors galore. The finish is sweet, lingering and slightly floral.
  9. Mizu Shochu Lemongrass

    Proof70 (35% ABV)
    Mizu is made at the Munemasa Shuzo Co. distillery in Arita, Japan. Established in 1985, it's rooted in a rich heritage of artisanship as the Munemasa family opened a small sake brewery over 120 years ago in Hiroshima, but due to WWII, it had to close. Today, the distillery is located in the Saga prefecture in the small town of Arita, the birthplace of Japanese porcelain, where pristine waters and rich farmland provide ideal conditions for distilling. Munemasa Shuzo is closely intertwined with local flavors, harvests and soft waters. "Creating harmony between the land, farmer and distillery", all their ingredients are sourced from nearby farms and Master Distiller (toji) Hirofumi Okoba cultivates close relationships with local farmers.

    Producing handcrafted, single distilled traditional Japanese shochu, their Mizu Shochu is more concentrated than the average modern schochu. Bottled at 70 proof, this higher concentration pays homage to old styles of shochu and brings out the spirit's subtle complexities.

    On the east of Arita, there are beautiful lemongrass fields that have become a source of local pride. Inspired by this pristine nature, this Mizu Lemongrass Shochu is handcrafted and single distilled from a mash of local rice, freshly harvested organic lemongrass and the pure waters of Black Hair Mountain. Master Distillers Shinji Wasa and Hirofumi Okoba decided to put an innovative twist on traditional shochu and introduce lemongrass for the very first time for an even silkier spirit. The lemongrass is added to the rice-based mash only 3 days before distillation – just in time for the oils to blend with local rice.

    Mizu Lemongrass Shochu was awarded 92 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge.

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    Clear color. The nose is bright and refreshing with aromas of lemongrass The palate is silky and and lightly sweet with delicious citrus notes and hints of meyer lemon. More citrus notes on the finish.
  10. BarSol Pisco Supremo Mosto Verde Italia

    Proof82 (41% ABV)
    Pisco is a type of brandy that is distilled in Peru and Chile using grape juice. BarSol is the premier artisanal pisco from Peru. Distilled at the Bodega San Isidro from the pisco grapes of the Valley of Ica, it's the brainchild of Diego Loret de Mola and Carlos Ferreyros. BarSol uses the classic pisco pot distillation method traditionally practiced in Peru since the 16th century. Hand-crafted in small batches and estate-bottled, BarSol is bottled at proof. The grape juice is fermented into wine before being distilled, creating an exceptional spirit of exquisite purity, clarity, and smoothness. Bodega San Isidro is built on decades upon decades of tradition, having been established in the 1800s.

    Grapes are the only ingredient, meaning there is nothing added at any stage of the process — not even water. Once the grapes from the vineyards surrounding the distillery are at their peak maturity, they are picked and pressed gently using only their own weight, extracting the "yemma" or free-flow grape juice. This process results in a softer spirit. After wild fermentation with naturally-occurring yeast, the juice is distilled a single time to bottle strength, before being aged for a year in neutral containers that preserve the purity of the delicate and aromatic spirit.

    "Mosto Verde" ("green must" in Spanish) refers to the technique where the wine is distilled before the fermentation is complete, which is said to preserve the fresh, fruity, and floral aromas of the grape. BarSol Pisco Supremo Mosto Verde Italia is crafted with the Italia grape varietal is known for its fruitiness and juiciness which are able to shine through beautifully in this rich and smooth 41.8-proof spirit.

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    The nose is fruity and bright with aromas of pear and citrus. It's rich, elegant, and equally fruity on the palate with a delicate balance of sweet, sour, and bitter notes. The finish is long and smooth with plenty of lingering fruit notes and a gentle spiciness.
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