Size1LProof63.6 (31.8% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
Fluid Dynamics barrel age their ready-to-drink cocktails, mellowing out the spirits within. In the case of the Brandy Manhattan, it's Germain-Robin brandy and Quady Vya sweet vermouth. Add a dash of bitters and some ice for the perfect drink.
Caskers RewardsEarn up to 5% back on this product.Learn more
Availability & Returns
Note: Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.
Cain has proved to be quite the wizard on the still, known for delivering award-winning spirits, Cain has been working with spirits for many many years. His son, Devin Cain, is also a spirits maven, having apprenticed under his father his blending skills are quite exquisite.
The Fluid Dynamics range is comprised of barrel-aged cocktails made from craft-method spirits. This barrel-aged Brandy Manhattan is produced at Cain’s Tamar Distillery using Germain-Robin brandy and Quady Vya sweet vermouth. As bitters tend to overpower the cocktail if added at bottling, they have left them out. Add a dash along with ice when serving this cocktail to make the most out of it!
Grab your bottle today!
About Fluid Dynamics
Master distiller Crispin Cain is a seasoned wine industry veteran. In 1983 he was moonlighting jobs in Pleasanton in a wine cellar, and on a bottling line, while working with Cooper Laboratories plasma kinetics division, during the day.
After having settled in Mendocino County, in ’89 Crispin Cain, he apprenticed with Hubert Germain-Robin for seven years before founding Greenway Distillers Inc. with his wife, partner, and vice president, Tamar Kaye in 2005. In 2008, he started a second company, Tamar Distillery Inc. /American Craft Whiskey Distillery Inc. Collectively these entities produce Low Gap Whiskey, Russell Henry Gin, DSP 162 Vodka and Fluid Dynamic Barrel Aged Cocktails.
The history of cocktails dates back to the not-so-good days of prohibition when people started to mix drinks trying to make the homemade or bootlegged liquor drinkable.
But things have changed since then, and cocktails have become increasingly popular with modern pop culture, from classics like Martini, Old Fashioned, or Negroni, to the more festive versions like Margaritas and Mojitos becoming staples in most bars.