Tasting Notes This very limited-edition single malt carries deep notes of exotic dried fruits with a wonderfully soft, spicy finish with lingering touches of citrus.
Tasting Notes The flavors are luscious and youthful, redolent of tropical fruit, honey, and vanilla.
Tasting Notes This is a muscular single malt, with layer upon layer of complexities, including red berries, oranges, lemon, nuts, and cedar.
Tasting Notes Rich and complex, this is like no other bourbon you’ll ever sip.
Tasting Notes Sweet, thick, and meaty, with hints of vanilla and spice, and a long finish.
Tasting Notes Surprisingly sweet, with an underlying fistful of smokiness and spicy fruit. One of the most elegant expressions of Ardbeg
Tasting Notes An exceptional bouquet and a palate of roasted agave, dried fruit, butterscotch, vanilla, dark chocolate, brown spices, and smoky wood.
Tasting Notes This 45-year-old single malt develops in the glass like a fine vintage port, revealing floral notes and profound flavors of exotic fruit, creamy vanilla, and walnut.
Tasting Notes A bouquet of botanical and floral notes perfectly complements the juniper, light fruit, and lemon-peel flavors, while a sustained, spicy finish adds great complexity to this well-in
Tasting Notes Creamy and rich, a beautiful amalgam of intense vanilla, orange, and nutmeg flavors more akin to those of a fine Cognac than a rum.
Tasting Notes This ultra-premium, dark-copper-color añejo shows strong wood flavors with notes of vanilla and dried fruit.
Tasting Notes Honey-like flavors laced with toasted oak, vanilla, spice, cinnamon, curry, and butter.
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 Rittenhouse 25 Year Old explodes on the palate with multiple bursts of chocolate, toffee, cherries, and citrus, with a long, smooth finish.
Tasting Notes Slightly smoky, sweet caramel. Worth Knowing This is bottled from a single barrel, so there will be very subtle differences in sweetness and oakiness from batch to batch.
Tasting Notes Its deep, amber hue radiates with orange, chocolate, and cedar.
Tasting Notes Full, rich, syrupy sherry brimming with spicy citrus and raisins.
Tasting Notes Thick, silky, creamy, fresh agave. Worth Knowing This blanco is triple distilled and then slightly aged to round off the edges.
Tasting Notes Elegant nuances of cinnamon, citrus, and heavy, musty, toasted oak.
Tasting Notes Leather, subtle honey-like sweetness, elegant enough to be sipped straight; more depth and sweetness than Gold Label.
Tasting Notes A delicate, Madeira-influenced fruity perfume laced with nuts, honeyed cloves, and burned raisins.
Tasting Notes Round and buttery, with almond, oranges, and chocolate laced with a hint of sherry.
Tasting Notes Spiced cedar, apples, and honey.
Tasting Notes Distinct cucumbers, plus rose petals and citrus peels. Worth Knowing A gin for people who don’t like gin. No juniper here; don’t even add vermouth.