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Noilly Prat is required for the perfect gin martini


Using a family recipe since 1897, Nonino Amaro is a careful infusion of alpine herbs, enriched today by the presence of UE grapes aged over 5 years.


There are a total of 15 botanicals, including apple, orange, cinnamon, juniper, lily, clove, ginger and coriander


Nice, light, approachable, inviting and named for NY's legendary, witty poet Dorothy Parker. Yeah, it's local too.


Perry's Tot makes the absolute best gin and tonic. The higher alcohol content really allows the juniper to shine through any gin based cocktail.


Sumptuous & subtle, it can be enjoyed in a simple G&T, a classic Martini or on its own over one large ice cube



Old Forester



Old Overholt


This anejo is velvety smooth-bodied with flavors of black cherry, vanilla and mellow oak, with a very clean and smooth finish.


A perfect French triple sec, powerful and subtle, combining sweet orange peel aromas w/ hints of mandarin orange


Hints of melon and pear on the nose, creamy on the palate, bright and smooth at the finish.


Deliciously ripe agave with a hint of lime and a great mouth-watering acidity, Pueblo Viejo tequila is wonderful on its own and even better in a margarita.


Harmonious and balanced, fine, elegant and long, with all the aromatic complexity typical of Noval Tawny Ports.  


The one to have when you're having one.




Pot Distilled. That’s the fat one.




Legal Drinking Age.


This intense yellow-gold & slightly amber color 12YR has an extremely complex floral bouquet w/ length on the palate & harmonious nose.


Aroma of floral honey, slowly transitioning to lush, ripe fruit and brown spice. peach and mango. Medium-to-full bodied.


"Roku" is Japanese for "Six" which refers to the six Japanese botanicals used here. Earthy and vegetal, with a light whisper of fruity sweetness.


This Lambrusco is vibrant, fresh with a kiss of sweetness and a wonderful tart finish.


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