Tasting Notes This wheat-based vodka delivers smoky accents that blend well with its lighter floral notes.
Tasting Notes A kaleidoscopic montage of honeysuckle, peaches, myrtle, and wood bark.
Tasting Notes Crisp and spicy. Worth Knowing Absolut is both pot distilled and column distilled. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.
Tasting Notes Black truffles, plums, and cinnamon. Worth Knowing Courvoisier is the only Cognac house to use their own, specially built and designed barrels to achieve their distinctive taste.
Tasting Notes Thick, smooth, and creamy. Worth Knowing Plymouth gin dates from 1793, making it the oldest operating distillery in England; it occupies a former monastery.
Tasting Notes Herbaceous sweet and sour notes layered upon eucalyptus and bananas, with a whiff of menthol.
Tasting Notes Distilled on Pier 50 in San Francisco, this complex yet clean-drinking gin—with its combination of citrus flavors and hints of cinnamon and juniper—has quickly attained cult status.
Tasting Notes Spicy toasted oak and sweet pitted fruit.
Tasting Notes Lingers on the tongue with a sweet almond and herbal softness. Worth Knowing This vodka is pot-distilled nine times with four different types of French wheat.
Tasting Notes As clean and clear as polished glass. Worth Knowing Made in a $25 million state-of- the-art distillery with amber winter wheat and the purest distillate known to man.