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Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye

$79.00$112.00
Jack Daniel’s Rye is the brand’s first new mashbill since prohibition. Considering all the drinkers who are rediscovering rye, the challenge of creating a Jack Daniel’s version of this special whiskey was too exciting to pass up. We’ve brought forward the spice of rye, while leaving room for the complexity and depth of the corn and malted barley. Because it’s charcoal-mellowed and aged in new, white oak barrels, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye has the Jack character and smooth finish that does not over-power. Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye has a unique grain bill of 70% rye, 18% corn, 12% malted barley, the result is a bold, spicy rye whiskey that’s sippin’ smooth. Nose : An enticing blend full of sweet, soft fruit layered with an underlying rye spice and oak. Taste : At 90 proof, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye Whiskey packs rich flavors from start to finish. This well-rounded rye whiskey brings out caramel and dry baking spice. Finish : Peppery rye character on the back end.

Fords Gin

$85.00
There are countless brands that offer creative twists on the traditional gin formula: Hendricks, with cucumber and rose; Aviation, with lavender and sarsaparilla; The Botanist, with mint and chamomile. While all of these newer brands provide exciting variations on the typical gin flavor profile, their ability to deliver effectively in a wide range of cocktails is limited. Fords is the melding of both worlds, in that our high juniper content firmly establishes our credentials as a classic London dry, but has a unique blend of florals, spices, and citrus underneath it to give it a more current twist.
  • Aroma : Juniper, coriander & angelica up front with developing layers of citrus, jasmine & hints of vanilla in the background. Bright & expressive on the nose.
  • Flavor : Fresh, round citrus profiles on the opening with a light sweetness and blossoming bouquet of orris, cassia & grapefruit.
  • Texture : Medium body, viscous & silky on the palate. Long, lingering mouthfeel.
  • Intangibles : Impeccably balanced without anyone botanical dominating. Finishes dry with full-figured notes of grapefruit peel & long-lasting juniper impression.

Sakaki Gin XIX

$112.00 $89.60
Sakaki is a true Japanese Finesse Gin, distilled by Kishi-Kumano Distillery, a distillery owned by Wakayama’s leading alcoholic beverage company that has over 50 years expertise in alcohol production. Sakaki tree which is a flowering evergreen tree that grows in warm areas of Japan. Sakaki is very important Sakaki tree which is a flowering evergreen tree that grows in warm areas of Japan. Sakaki is very important part of Shinto Religion where Gods are believed to live in its branches and as well used during rituals. Sakaki is distilled in small batches with 19 botanicals: Juniper Berry, Sakaki, Coriander Seed, Caraway, Yoshino Sugi, Star Anise, Allspice, Clove, Cinnamon, Ume, Yuzu Peel, Citrus Unshu Peel, Citrus Sudachi Peel, Japanese Pepper, Lavender, Bay Leaf, Wasabi, Ginger, Ume Seed

Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon

$128.00
Eagle Rare Bourbon Whiskey is masterfully crafted and carefully aged for no less than ten years. Every barrel is discriminately selected to offer consistent flavor but with a seemingly individual personality. Eagle Rare is a bourbon that lives up to its name with its lofty, distinctive taste experience. The nose is complex, with aromas of toffee, hints of orange peel, herbs, honey, leather and oak. The taste is bold, dry and delicate with notes of candied almonds and very rich cocoa. The finish is dry and lingering.      

Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select

$250.00
When Frank was first introduced to Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, it was the beginning of a lifelong friendship that would come to define good taste. For more than 50 years they characterized gentleman’s class, and the very essence of the good life. The Jack Daniel Distillery salutes their timeless bond with a special edition whiskey as distinct as Frank and Jack. To give Sinatra Select its distinct f lavor, deep grooves are carved into handcrafted, charred oak barrels. This proprietary process doubles the barrel’s surface, exposing the whiskey to unprecedented levels of toasted oak during the maturation process. Before bottling, each drop is delicately balanced for a smooth, refined character. Nose : Soft honey, fresh apples and a bold oak note at the centre. Taste : Yummy butterscotch notes which turn into yummier caramel notes, rich and warm. Hints of orange zest and a subtle smokiness. Finish : Packed with vanilla and smooth as Sinatra's voice.

Dictador 2 Masters Despagne 1980

$785.00
A 37 year-old Dictador Rum from a 1980 single vintage cask finished in sherry casks then shipped to Despagne, Entre-deux-Mers, Bordeaux, France. The rum spent 6 months in this barrel, originally filled up with Château Mont Pérat Bordeaux red wine, one of the Despagne flagships from the family. Matured in: Francis cooper, Selmer barrel, light heat, made from a mix of oak wood from North East French forests, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Nose        : The dark ripe fruit from Château Mont Pérat Bordeaux red wine comes through as an overlay of brambleberries, dried cherries and huckleberry sauce over soft sherry- infused maple syrup and Madagascar vanilla beans. Truly complex, indeed. Palate      : An overwhelming marriage of dark fruits and sweet rum, giving it layer upon layer of rich textured mouthfeel with tons of dried fruits and wine influences. The finish is magnificent and has touches of a French summer countryside fruit basket with rich sherry-infused oak character. Colour     : Deep and nearly inky-bronze coloured rum with ultra-high viscosity and flashes of golden bronze at the edges Matured in Selmer barrel, light heat Time of Finishing: 6 months

Dictador 2 Masters Chateau d’Arche 1980

$985.00
A 37 year-old Dictador Rum from a 1980 single vintage cask finished in whisky barrels then shipped to Château d’Arche in Sauternes, Bordeaux, France, where it further spent six months in American oak barrels of 225 litres. It is a typical size for Bordeaux wines. This barrel has been filled up with Château d’Arche for the vintage 2014. Nose        : A plethora of sweetness with vanilla crème brulée, dark caramel-coated chocolate and plenty of dried fruits including figs, dates and quince, then hints of toasted bread and orange rind. Palate      : Quite an interesting marriage with marzipan, dried apricots and cloudberry marmalade over maple syrup, milk chocolate and crème brulée. Once the initial burn dissipates, true rum character comes through overtaking the “foreign” flavours and  it finishes nicely with a relatively balanced supple golden fruit cake with hints of toast. Fine and supple. Color       : A firm dark bronze going out into a lighter golden hue at the rim, showing high viscosity with fine long legs in the glass. Matured in Fine American Oak medium heat Time of Finishing: 6 months

Dictador 2 Masters Barton Straight Rye 1979/1982

$1,600.00
After 36 years of aging, rum was put for 6 months and 14 days in previously used straight rye casks from the 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky.
  • Nose : Charred oak, spiciness, dark fruits, peppery and tobacco notes.
  • Palate : Upfront substantial cinnamon, clove and nutmeg which transitions to a buttery caramel, dark fruit, dark chocolate, vanilla and expansive rye spiciness.
  • Colour : toffee, sugar cane, pepperiness, and charred oak with a long and lingering spiciness. A magnificent marriage of distinctive and contrasting bold flavors.
Matured in Straight Rye Cask Time of Finishing: 6 months 14 days Quantity: 249 bottles

Dictador 2 Masters Glenfarclas 1974

$1,838.00
A 44-year-old Dictador Rum from a 1974 single vintage cask finished in whisky cask and then shipped to Glenfarclas in Scotland, where it further spent 14 months in a Glenfarclas 1992 forth-fill Hogshead Sherry Cask. Bottled at 43,4 % ABV. Nose: Nose: Vintage leather in an old car, a carriage from the Orient Express. Well kept cigar boxes, cinnamon and nutmeg backed with just a hint of summer fruit compote. Palate: Rich and smooth with some elements of delicate sherry coming through, a hint of toasted vanilla and some light toffee tones. A touch of orange and a hint of milk chocolate truffle. Finish: Woody notes of old castles living rooms, brings us right back to where we started, that vintage car once again.