Bright amber color with a nose of prunes, raisin fruit, toasty oak and tropical spiced. Intense mouth-feel of sweet sultana fruit, tobacco, and chocolate, with vanilla from the oak. Complex finish with sweet fruit, caramel, and spice.
It is without question, column distillation transformed how rums throughout the Caribbean were produced in the 20th century. Some of the keynote advantages were centered around efficiency. The Aeneas Coffey twin column design became a popular choice for rum producers in the British West Indies. As demand for lighter and cheaper rum grew, some distilleries around the Caribbean added more plates and eventually more columns to make even lighter spirits with less congeners. Many rums today are distilled on multi-column stills with numerous plates making rums washed of any natural character. It is these rums that have contributed to some of the negative perception of column distillation of rum.
The column still at St. Lucia Distillers is a traditional twin column Coffey still commissioned in 1985. The Admiral Rodney rums have the fingerprint of Saint Lucian rum, which is a rum character unparalleled to any other fine aged rum. The rich flavor profile is undoubtedly from the brilliance of extracting pure rum on lower plates in the rectifier column with lower alcohol by volume. These are heavier bodied rums than most column distilled rums and deserve extended periods of aging in oak casks to fully evolve into the Saint Lucia's most prized liquid treasure.
|Nixta Licor de Elote is an ancestral corn liqueur from Jilotepec, Mexico?- the birthplace of corn. More than just a crop, corn is a foundational element and valued heirloom in the cultural identity of Mexico, and Nixta was created to be the world's purest form of ancestral corn distillation. Intended for bartenders, spirits nerds, and people who love corn shaped objects, Nixta's packaging is inspired by culinary glass forms and crate labels found in early 20th century Mexican neighborhood markets.
This proudly Mexican liqueur celebrates its cultural identity, appeals to quirky, culinary sensibilities, and stands out on a bar cart!
Fall for autumn's favorite flavors with Baileys Apple Pie Irish Cream Liqueur. Our 34 proof Limited Edition liqueur celebrates the timeless taste of Apple Pie a la mode. Baileys Apple Pie Irish Cream Liqueur combines the taste of Irish Cream Liqueur with the magical flavors of freshly baked apple pie and rich vanilla ice cream. Hints of cinnamon and spices lead to a creamy vanilla finish.
Add festive flavor to your drinks by serving Baileys Apple Pie Irish Cream Liqueur over ice or in your favorite hot beverages. For an Apple Chai Tea Latte, combine with hot chai tea in a mug and garnish with a cinnamon stick.?
Bottle Size: 750ml
TASTE Combines the rich taste of Irish Cream Liqueur with the flavors of freshly baked apple pie and creamy vanilla ice cream.
AROMA Aroma of baked apples with notes of caramelized sugar, vanilla and pie crust.
FINISH Hints of cinnamon and spices lead to a creamy vanilla finish.
The first Texas whisky on the market since Prohibition, Baby Blue is crafted from roasted blue corn. This rich and oily maize adds new sophistication to the corn whisky tradition, while keeping the freshness and verve of classic American distilling. Medium long warming finish.
It's no secret to brewers and chef's alike: ingredients matter. We have always meticulously sought out ingredients for their richness in flavor. From blue corn grown in New Mexico to the first Texas-grown malted barley, we aim to get the most out of our raw materials because they make a better whisky. We make every effort to preserve the luscious flavors of these ingredients in our spirits, so that each sip is a decadent expression of their original state. Every spirit we make adheres to that?philosophy: it should be recognizable and delectable.
An undeniably delicious spiced rum infused with the natural essence of real cherries.
|We have always labored to create whiskies that reflect the character of Texas and are uniquely ours. Our Blue Corn Bourbon is no exception. Born from a mash of our cherished corn, this whisky is forged in new oak barrels for a bold and complex character that is both an independent and uncompromising spirit. This is a big full bodied whisky, with a rich midpalate, coating mouthfeel and long finish. Enjoy this whisky neat or with a few drops of spring water, but always with friends.
glazed cornbread, buttered waffles, spearmint, Turkish tobacco, savory herbs and white pepper
full mouthfeel with sweet tea, burnt marshmallow, cinnamon candies and marmalade
long finish with oak and pepper notes, followed by cardamom and roasted sweet corn