1. Crystal Head Vodka

    Proof80 (40% ABV)
    Crystal Head Vodka is produced by Globefill Inc., situated in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. The company was founded and created by Dan Ackroyd and artist John Alexander, the artist who created the distinctive glass skull that the Vodka is bottled in.

    The company prides itself on being free from additives, unlike most vodkas in the industry. The vodka is filtered a hefty seven times through incredible Herkimer diamonds, giving it an incredibly smooth flavor profile.
    Crystal Head Vodka is distilled from Ontario “peaches and cream” corn before being mixed with glacial water from Newfoundland. The Herkimer stones that the vodka is filtered through are said to have healing properties, but it also imparts a distinctive vanilla sweetness to the Vodka that enhanced by a spicy kick. The finish is lingering with an intense vodka burn.

    Top-quality peaches and cream corn is quadruple distilled into a neutral grain spirit before being blended with pristine water from Newfoundland, Canada. The liquid is then filtered seven times, of which three are through layers of semi-precious Herkimer crystals.

    Dan Aykroyd and John Alexander crafted a bottle that symbolizes life, reflecting power and enlightenment, to hold this award-winning pure spirit. Crystal Head is bottled without additives, glycerol, citrus oils, sugars or enhancers.

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    Subtle vanilla on the nose. The palate is sweet with vanilla, citrus, corn. The finish has a lingering burn with notes of vanilla and a subtle burst of pepper spice.
  2. Jägermeister Manifest

    Proof76 (38% ABV)
    Jägermeister Manifest is a premium herbal liqueur and line extension in the Jägermeister family. Jägermeister Manifest is distinct in taste, character, and processes but is closely tied to original Jägermeister as it shares the same base.

    To create this expression, the original macerates of Jägermeister which have been refined for one year in oak barrels are combined with an additional fifth macerate and married with a wheat distillate producing the distinctive oaky character of Jägermeister Manifest.

    This herbal liqueur is highly complex and its distinctive finishlingers long after it’s been enjoyed, making Manifest a truly unique drink – a shot to be savored. Best enjoyed slightly chilled.Pick up your bottle today!
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    Tasting notes of oak and orange citrus shine through and give Manifest its unique flavor.
  3. 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka

    Proof70 (35% ABV)
    Situated in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, the town of Rigby, Idaho is best known as the birthplace of television. In 1923, Philo Taylor Farnsworth created the blueprints for the first television set while a student at Rigby High School. Today, just a few miles down the street from Rigby High, Bill Scott — 44° North's Master Distiller — is hard at work crafting another batch of 44° North Vodka.

    Distilled exclusively from Idaho Russet Burbank potatoes, 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka are the first vodkas ever approved to wear the Idaho Potato Commission's official seal of approval. Once the locally-sourced potatoes are brought to the distillery, Scott mashes and ferments them before distilling the wash through his five-column, multi-plate copper still. The potatoes, which contain unusually high levels of antioxidants and sugars, give the vodka its smooth, silky texture.

    In order to produce 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka, Scott steeps the vodka he distills in natural mountain huckleberries for ten days (huckleberries are Idaho's official state fruit). The huckleberries impart a slightly candied aroma to the vodka, and contribute a blueberry-like, tart sourness to the finish. 44° North Mountain Huckleberry Vodka earned a score of 90-95 points from Wine Enthusiast and was named "a perfect sipping vodka when chilled"by The Luxist.

    44° North Mountain Huckleberry has been steeped in cherries and huckleberries, respectively, each vodka is brought to proof with water from the Snake River and then bottled by hand. 44° North Vodka is not only made in Idaho, but also represents the very best of what Idaho agriculture has to offer.

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    Soft, sweet aroma. Notes of huckleberries along with hints of strawberries and vanilla lead to sweet, slightly tart finish.
  4. Cîroc Pomegranate Limited Edition Vodka

    Proof70 (35% ABV)
    Cîroc is a French brand of vodka crafted from eaux-de-vie, produced in the Charente-Maritime region of France. Founded in 2003 by Master Distiller Jean-Sebastian Robiquet, it is owned and distributed by Diageo. In 2007 Sean Puffy Combs became an equal share partner for Cîroc and has spearheaded their marketing and promotion, bolstering the brand into the stratosphere.

    Cîroc Vodka is distilled from Mauzac Blanc and Ugni Blanc grapes for a smooth fresh flavor. The wine is distilled four times using column stills, then a fifth time at the historic Distillerie de Chevanceaux in the South of France. Beside the several luxury vodka expressions, Cîroc also produces brandy.

    The Limited Edition Cîroc Pomegranate is distilled 5 times from French grapes that result in pleasant berry notes in the spirit. It is then infused with natural pomegranate as well as other flavors, resulting in a silky-smooth, juicy, and fruity expression that's bottled at 70 proof.

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    It's a delicate and fruity vodka with prominent pomegranate notes. On the juicy palate, you'll find a pleasant sweetness with berries and fresh strawberry, along with plenty of pomegranate notes.
  5. Hercules Mulligan

    Proof86 (43% ABV)
    Inspired by a historical figure of the American revolution, Hercules Mulligan Rum & Rye showcases the same clandestine and complex character that was exhibited by the Irish-born tailor-spy that saved George Washington’s life on more than one occasion.

    Hercules Mulligan Rum & Rye is crafted with carefully selected ingredients: American Rye whiskeys were blended with aged Caribbean Rum before a macerated fresh organic ginger from Brooklyn was added to the mix. Finally, a dash of bitters found its way in to make the concoction richer and reminiscent of the idea of a bittersweet life. Bottled at 43% ABV, this is a powerful, flavorful, and rare spirit. Only 2,000 bottles were produced in the first batch and they immediately sold out. You can savor Hercules Mulligan Rum & Rye any way you like, but we recommend enjoying it over rocks or in a delicious cocktail paired with ginger beer.

    Hercules Mulligan was created with sophisticated free thinkers in mind and inspired by Hercules Mulligan, a tailor-spy of the American Revolution who managed to get sensitive information out of British officers with his gift of gab and fine Spirits. Mulligan was also an influential figure in the life of Alexander Hamilton as he helped him enroll in college and impacted his desire for the revolution. Mulligan knew how to stand for something and he was brave enough to execute it. In honor of Mulligan’s legacy, a complex spirit was created for inquisitive palates.

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    Amber hue. Greeting with a ginger-forward nose that showcases aromas of honey, bitters, spices, oak and rye. The palate is complex and bittersweet with flavors of honey, bitters and spices, underlined with oak, rye and zesty exotic fruits. The finish is warm and long.
  6. High West Old Fashioned Barrel Finished Cocktail

    Proof86 (43% ABV)
    Situated at the bottom of the Quitting Time Ski Run in Park City, High West Distillery & Saloon is the first distillery in Utah since Prohibition and the only ski-in gastro-distillery in the world. "We wanted to call High West a "saloon", says David Perkins who founded the distillery in 2006 with his wife Jane, "because we wanted to pay homage to the history of saloons in the old West and the important role they played in each and every town that had one. The saloon was the main meeting place where town hall meetings were held, important announcements were made, and people went to eat and drink. We want people to share that sense of community and friendship over High West."

    The distillery's humble beginnings with a 250-gallon still operating in a historic stable and garage grew into an international brand with 4 locations: a distillery with a 1600-gallon copper-pot still in Wanship, Utah, that offers tours and educational tasting, the Saloon and Nelson Cottage with the original still and whiskey-paired dinners, and a Saloon at the Salt Lake City airport. High West has garnered numerous awards over the years, including being named "Distiller of the Year" by Whisky Advocate in 2016.

    The Barrel Finished Old Fashioned is a premium ready-to-drink cocktail that's a simple handful of ice and an orange twist short of a perfect drink. With their bourbon and rye whiskeys serving as the base, the cocktail adds unrefined raw demerara simple syrup and bitters to the recipe. The liquid is then finished in second-use rye barrels. "Our bar program has been the proving ground for these cocktail recipes. We experimented with and served variations on these cocktails from behind the bar for years, ultimately resulting in these final recipes. We developed them to be complex yet balanced, and they can be enjoyed on their own or when paired with food," says Steven Walton of High West. Each bottle holds 12 servings.

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    The nose opens with cassia bark, licorice, eucalyptus, orange zest, spice, and sandalwood. Dried cherry, orange peel, sassafras, allspice, and orange cinnamon buns are on the palate that finishes with lingering black pepper, cinnamon, and cola notes.
  7. Sephina

    Proof60 (30% ABV)
    Sephina Spirits was created by Ken Gilbert in search of upgrading fortified wine with a brown Spirit for extra warmth and richness. He found his inspiration in the luscious Josephine Baker cocktail. Made from a combination of Cognac, Port Wine, fruit liqueurs, and an egg, the unique drink was created in 1943 at the infamous Bar Florida in Havana, Cuba, to celebrate the legendary performer, activist, spy, and first Black female superstar.

    Leaving out the liqueurs and egg, Sephina is an extravagant craft Spirit blend of 56% V.S.O.P. Cognac and 44% Pineau Des Charentes fortified wine. The 30% ABV drink is sweet but not cloying and is best enjoyed chilled neat or on the rocks.

    Packed inside an extravagant bottle design, featuring a 1920’s Art Deco-stylized portmanteau of Josephine storied life, it’s a presentation worthy of the grandiose entertainer, a decorated citizen of France who spied on Germany, a philanthropist, and a civil rights activist.

    Sephina is produced at a family company located in the heart of the Cognac region in France with roots dating back to 1777.

    Josephine Baker is a trademark licensed by Sagoo, Paris. SEPHINA and all logos associated therewith are trademarks of Hunting Ridge Road Holdings, LLC. 
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    Luxurious aromas of prune, dried fruit, and walnuts, followed by flavors of toasted oak, prune, dried fruit, vanilla, and candied fruit on the palate. The finish is long with good intensity and a pronounced oak character.
  8. The King's Ginger Liqueur

    Proof82 Proof (41% ABV)
    In the summer of 1903, King Edward VII could often be found touring the English countryside in his horseless carriage — a topless Daimler. At the time, the King had only recently ascended to the throne. His mother, Queen Victoria, reigned over the United Kingdom for over 63 years — longer than any British monarch other than the current Queen, and the second longest reign by any female monarch in history.

    By the time Edward ascended to the throne, he was an ailing 62 years old and his doctor feared the effects that the cold, damp air might have on His Majesty during his morning rides. As a result, his doctor paid a visit to Berry Bros. and Rudd, Britain's oldest and most prestigious wine and spirits merchant (it was established in 1698). Together with Berry Bros., the doctor began experimenting with spirits that the King could enjoy while driving in order to keep him warm and stimulated. Ultimately, the Kings' doctor and Berry Bros. settled on a recipe for The King's Ginger.

    "When it first started, it was exclusive to the nobility," says David King, the marketing and strategy director for Berry Bros. Today, the recipe for The King's Ginger calls for macerated ginger roots and lemon oil, which are distilled together with grains in a pot still. After distillation, the liqueur is topped off with single malt Scotch Whisky in order to balance the flavor of the citrus and ginger.

    The King's Ginger Liqueur has a warming aroma of ginger, lemon, and maple syrup. On the tongue, the ginger is more sophisticated than the aroma indicates, and slightly mellower rather than edgy. The ginger slowly gives way to hints of citrus and honey, and returns in a long, lingering finish.

    The King's Ginger earned a score of 94 points from Tasting Panel Magazine and a Gold Medal at the Beverage Tasting Institute Competition in 2011. Pick up a bottle and try it in a cocktail today!

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    Aroma of citrus and ginger on the nose. Initial flavor has a soft, gentle ginger bite — more mellow than expected. Ginger slowly fades to hints of citrus and honey, and returns in a long, lingering finish.
  9. On The Rocks The Margarita

    Proof40 (20% ABV)
    On the Rocks Premium Cocktails was launched in 2016 by Andrew Gill, Patrick Halbert, and Rocco Milano in Dallas, Texas with the idea to bring the cocktail bar experience into the comfort of your home. They produce premium craft ready-to-drink cocktails using the finest natural ingredients and proper spirits.

    Their aim is to bring the whole experience of having a consistently perfect cocktail, without the need for multiple ingredients and equipment, and without sacrificing taste. No preservatives are added and the range is sweetened with cane sugar only. After securing several partnership deals with airlines and hotels that recognized the quality of the product ― the list includes Four Seasons, Hyatt, Hilton, and Hawaiian Airlines ― the company took off in a big way.

    ""My focus was to create bar-quality cocktails that had balance and subtlety of character—making cocktails that have layers of complexity rather than being overly sweet, boozy, or otherwise. We operate under the belief that ‘good’ is the enemy of ‘great.’ We kept working on our drinks until we had ‘great’ drinks,"" says co-founder and mixologist-in-chief Rocco Milano.

    After Beam Suntory joined to provide quality branded spirits for their cocktails, the road was paved for a smash hit. ""We couldn’t be happier to have gained a partner like Beam Suntory. Their partnership will help us grow our business much faster, and our collaboration will mean that our hand-crafted, quality cocktails will also include some of the world’s finest premium spirits,"" said Halbert of the partnership. Right now their lineup consists of The Old Fashioned, The Aviation, The Mai Tai, The Cosmopolitan, Jalapeño Pineapple Margarita, and The Margarita.

    Every Margarita cocktail needs a good tequila base to work, and the folks at On the Rocks realize that. Their The Margarita is made with premium 100% pure agave Hornitos Plata Tequila, a smooth and agave-forward spirit that comes straight from Jalisco, Mexico. To that they added a dash of tartness with lime flavors, as well as some triple sec for its signature bittersweet orange twist.

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    The Margarita is a perfect balance of 100% pure agave Hornitos Plata Tequila that is super-smooth and agave-forward. Add to that the zesty and citrusy lime flavor and the bittersweet twist of the triple sec that also brings orange to the table, and you have a perfect cocktail.
  10. Bootlegger New York Craft Vodka

    Proof80 (40% ABV)
    The Do Good Spirits distillery is situated in Roscoe, New York ― a town that lies within two hours of driving distance from New York City that is renowned for its fly fishing. Located in the former Roscoe Firehouse and VFW Hall, they are pursuing their dream of producing high-quality spirits while helping the local economy on the way. Their symbols are the poppy flower and Florian Cross. The first serves as a way of remembering fallen soldiers, the second the patron saint of firefighters. Formerly known as Prohibition Distillery, the current name comes from a toast that the founder and head distiller Brian Facquet's navy buddy made before his last deployment: "Do Good Spirits… Good People, Good Spirits, Good Times. To Do Good!"

    Bootlegger New York Craft Vodka began as a dream to make a craft spirit sourced from local ingredients, which would be a celebration of the American spirit during Prohibition. Made from 100% American corn, this vodka is gluten-free and distilled six times before being charcoal-filtered using a proprietary process, blended with Catskill Mountain water, and bottled by hand. "We’ve taken vodka to a higher level and the vodka aficionados are taking notice, and awarding medals. What else would you expect from a spirit born in the Catskill Mountains?" With a hint of green apple and an uncharacteristically smooth finish (this vodka has no burn!), it earned a Gold Medal at the 2010 New York International Spirits Competition.

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    With a hint of green apple, this vodka has a peppery, sweet grain character and an exceptionally clean and smooth finish. It has no burn.
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