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Crafted from 70% corn, 30% lightly peated, crisp UK malt and natural spring water, Eigashima Shuzo "Akashi" White Oak Aged Japanese Whisky is distilled in their custom built lantern shaped copper pot still and aged in mostly ex-bourbon barrels and finished in sherry casks. Learn More

Handmade oak barrels, lightly toasted in the traditional manner, impart a wonderfully subtle flavor. In the 18th century, barrels were made by heating the staves over a fire of oak chips, allowing them to be bent and formed into a barrel shape. During this process, the inside of the barrel would become toasted, but not charred. For aging, several uncharred oak barrels, both new and used, to achieve the balanced complexity that complements this whiskey's traditional heritage. Learn More

The juice within the Bomberger’s bottle is extremely special. “High Rye” Bourbon from the famous Indiana distillery LDI is being blended with McKenzie Rye (Finger Lakes Distilling) to create an expressive blended whiskey, with floral aromas of rye leaping out of the bottle & palate adds a great depth to a already unique complex whiskey. Learn More

Brenne is the perfect balance of savory and sweet to be a bold alternative to cocktails. Enjoy it with a splash of water to unleash even more of the Cognac barrel flavors. Learn More

Canadian Club Blended Canadian Whiskey has subtle flavors of rye, rye malt, barley and corn that marry perfectly before being aged in white oak barrels. Learn More

Catoctin Creek Distilling's Roundstone Rye Whisky offers an aroma of sweetness, vanilla, spice and leather. Learn More

Deep, glimmering bronze color with perfect clarity. The generous aromatics are loaded with rich caramel, dried orchard fruits, toffee, butterscotch, nutmeg, spicy rye notes, maple, and candied orange peel. The palate is harmonious and seamless being dry with pepper edge while offering enough viscosity to give the whiskey length and depth. It finishes with a complex black pepper accent and hints of anise and toasted oak. Sip it straight or make the best Manhattan you've ever had. Learn More

Coppersea Corn Whisky is assertive and complex when served straight, while also offering a dynamic range of flavor for use in cocktails. Big red fruit notes (strawberries, currants) on the nose mingle with a cornbread backbone to resolve into a confectionery effect (think strawberry shortcake). On the palate those notes are filled out by the subtle vanilla and toast notes imparted by the oak. The finish is long and satisfying. Learn More

Quinoa is a South American grain crop grown for its seeds. Quinoa adds an earthy and nutty flavor to the whiskey. Quinoa seeds comes in red, white, and black varieties. This whiskey uses red and white quinoa grains. Learn More

Crown Royal Black is a rich and flavorful blend of Canadian whisky. All the signature smoothness of Crown Royal, matured in charred oak barrels and blended at a higher proof for a richer texture and bold finish. Learn More

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