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The story of Monkey 47 gin is romantic: in 1951, a British man named Montgomery Collins moved to Germany's Black Forest and opened a guesthouse named "Zum wilden Affen"--the wild monkey. Now considered a renowned gin drinker, Collins's taste for the spirit was unknown until renovation work at the country guesthouse led to the discovery of a weighty old wooden box containing a bottle and a letter. The dusty bottle had been labeled and decorated by hand, showing a sketch of a monkey and the words "Max the Monkey--Schwarzwald Dry Gin." The accompanying lett...
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94 points James Suckling: "So many spices line the nose here including cinnamon, cardamom, aniseed and walnuts. But there’s no shortage of red plums and dried cherries either. Balanced and suave, this is a sophisticated Brunello with a sleek frame of tannins and subtle yet persistent acidity. Drink in 2021." (10/2019) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Castello Banfi 2015 Brunello di Montalcino is fragrant and bright. Aromas of wild cherry, blackberry and plum emerge from the glass with spice, tar and licorice following close in tow. The uni...
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From the producer: "Once distilled, absinthe is a gorgeous, brilliant clear. Because of the anise in absinthe, it turns a milky white with a slight blue haze when when water is added. This is called the louche. Blanche is French for white, thought Absinthe is more widely known as a verte, or green, spirit. Traditional absinthes obtain their green color strictly from the chlorophyll of whole herbs, which is extracted from the plants. After distilling, the absinthe that is produced is clear, and that is the Blanche that we bottle. We then take that Blanche...
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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Pedro Ximenez Solera 1927 is non-vintage, but does have some 1927 material in it. This is totally dark brown/amber with notes of figs, toffee, caramel syrup, molasses and coffee. It is dense, super sweet, intense, rich and an amazingly, unctuously textured, thick beverage to consume slowly and introspectively after a meal. Drink now through 2050, or even longer. (RP)" (11/2015) 95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The NV Alvear Solera 1927 always seems to deliver, and releases have been incredibly consistent over the...
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In 1973, Daniel Dugois bought 2 hectares of vineyard and a house equipped with wine cellars in a village called Les Arsures, where he was born. He cultivated the vineyard and sold his production primarily to Henri Maire, one of the most prominent producers in Jura at that time. In 1982, Daniel made his first harvest in his own cellars and began to sell his wines to consumers. His first ever harvest earned him his first Gold Medal for his Chardonnay at the Jura Wine Contest. Daniel and his wife Monique have continued to work on the quality of their wines ...
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96 points Wine Spectator: "Golden yellow. Butterscotch and vanilla with hints of ripe apples; full-bodied, with lots of sweetness and a spicy apricot and honey aftertaste. Excellent concentration and balance. Loads of botrytis character on the finish. Intense. Hard to refrain from drinking it now, it's so luscious and rich. *No. 23 Top 100 Wines of 2004, Highly Recommended* (JS)" (09/2004) 95 points James Suckling: "Intensely fruity and rich with wonderful sweetness and loads of spicy and honey character with a dried apricot undertone. It hasn’t change...
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Powered by dry botrytis, this is a wine with immense potential. It has weight, complexity and richness, all under the cloak of botrytis. To leaven the power, there is acidity, but this is certainly for aging. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2010) 95 points Wine Spectator: "Dried lemon and floral aromas lead to loads of botrytis spice and bitter lemon peel in this young, full-bodied sweetie, with hints of lively lime and honey. Medium sweet. Very intense. *Collectibles* (JS)" (03/2010) 92-95 points Stephen Tanzer's Internation...

94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2018 Condrieu Les Terrasses de L'Empire has a portion brought up in oak, all being used, and it's always a great introduction into the wines of this estate. Medium to full-bodied, elegant and seamless, it has terrific purity (especially given the heat in the vintage) as well as lots of white flower, salted citrus, tangerine, and a kiss of rocky minerality. Nicely concentrated as well as balanced, this brilliant wine is not far off the two pricier releases." (12/2019)
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Whisky Advocate: "Straw color and extremely light in aromatics, this whiskey starts earthy and goes spicy, with Hatch chili, allspice, and jalapeño cornbread leading the way. Then the sweeter side kicks in, with powdered sugar donuts, caramel chew, and vanilla latte coming through. Spice takes over toward the finish line in a hefty, medium finish. Perfect for cocktails. (FM, Summer 2017)" Wine Enthusiast: "This overproof Bourbon is all about spice and fire, with a mild vanilla and honey scent. The big, oaky palate is accented by fleeting hints of hops a...
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The “mother” of Agave karwinskii, the large and resinous Madrecuishe grows tall and proud in Miahuatlán. A long, cylindrical trunk (which harvested resembles a huge cigar) is topped with a tall, green bloom of leaves, spreading out from the trunk’s heart. From this trunk or stem, the Madrecuishe carries a lot of fiber alongside its highly concentrated sugars. A balance of fruity and vegetal notes is a hallmark of the distillate, implying everything from leafy green herbs to sweet carrots to raspberry seeds. An ideal example of this beloved varietal.
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Piney and fibrous, this subspecies of the Agave karwinskii is not commonly bottled under this particular colloquial name. Hailing from the renowned southern Oaxaca district of Miahuatlán, this is a beautiful example of the agave; full of green herbs and soft angles.
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "No tasting note given. (RP)" (04/2006) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Unctuous, boasting bold candied orange and grapefruit peel flavors that lead the way for lush date, glazed pear, pie crust and honey notes. Long and sweet through the finish. Shows the tropical power of the vintage, but stays refined enough. (JM, Web Only-2011)"
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99 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Tokaji-like with its opulent apricot, honeycomb, fig, and toffee aromas and flavors, the NV La Miel 3 is a stunning dessert wine that shows an incredible sense of richness and sweetness yet stays light on its feet and flawlessly balanced. Based on Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, brought up in plenty of new oak, there’s unfortunately not much of it to go around, but it ranks with some of the greatest dessert wines out there. Bravo!" (10/2019) 93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Green-tinged gold. Expansive, exoti...
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Grown at high elevation (around 5,000 ft), tucked into the countryside surrounding the highly regarded mezcal producing village of San Baltazar Guelavila, this is a benchmark example of classic Tobala. A strong balance between earth, smoke, and sweet yam, with a dry salinity on the finish and a rich mouthfeel. The tiny Tobala, harvested wild at 10–15 years old, yields very low amounts of sugar (and thus, mezcal); it can take up to three plants to produce one bottle.
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93 points Wine Spectator: " Has botrytis character and intense aromas of honey, spice, almond and dried apricot. Full-bodied and very sweet, with a long, thick finish. Best after 2004. (JS)" (01/2000) 88-91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Restrained aromas of orange peel, lime, pineapple and spicy oak. Cooler flavors of spice, peach and dried fruits. Very good but not outstanding intensity and concentration. But very well balanced, and persistent on the finish. Honey and marzipan notes give the back end a lovely sweetness. (ST)" (0...
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Harvested after growing 20–25 years in the wild, the Tepeztate grows to be massive; nearly the size of a VW Bug or a Mini Cooper. Found at high elevations, they often grow directly out of sheer rock walls and cliff faces, giving shade to smaller agave (such as Tobala) growing nearby. With huge leaves (pencas) lolling out, their brilliant, red teeth serrating a soft and textured flesh, the Tepeztate is arguably the most varietally consistent agave in distillation. Notes of green bananas, soft flowers, bell peppers, and melons recur in numerous examples, a...
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The massive Arroqueño, a subspecies of the Agave americana, typically takes around twenty years to mature. Grown wild, the varietal was nearly extinct just a few decades ago, but has recovered in recent years, its population regrowing especially in southern Oaxaca districts like Miahuatlán through the efforts of mezcaleros and conservation activists in the region. Coveted for its high concentration of sugars over decades of growth, the mezcal tends to offer a fruity and fragrant approach, balanced with high proof and a rich body. A rare gem to experience...
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Marolo "Milla" Chamomile Liqueur (375ml)
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Paolo Marolo is widely regarded as one of the best Grappa producers in the world. He is credited for being a leading innovator in Alba, the heartland of Grappa production, and for departing from the tradition of working with a continuous still (used for efficiency in mass production), choosing instead to work with a bain-marie discontinuous still. This alembic requires fresh pomace and distills very small quantities much more slowly, but ultimately yields a Grappa that is infinitely more pure, complex, and invigorating, with many dimensions of aromas and...
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97-98 points James Suckling: "This has lots of concentration and mushroom and spice character. Plenty of botrytis. Dense and flavorful finish. Big wine for the vintage. Five hectoliters a hectare and half went into the second wine." (04/2019) 94-96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Low yields from a late harvest in Sauternes have produced a wine with an orange marmalade flavor, lined with citrus acidity and a core of rich botrytis. Made from 100% Sémillon, there is great acidic lift in this intensely rich wine. (RV)" (04/2019) 93-95 points Robert Parker's Win...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Togni turns out tiny quantities of a sweet, jammy dessert wine made from the black Muscat grape. The 1995 Ca Togni (50 cases - one barrel - of 375 ml bottles produced) is a decadently rich, sweet wine offering marvelous aromas of jammy berries, a silky texture, and a powerful, lusty finish. It is a wine of singular personality in addition to being great fun to drink. (RP)" (12/1997)
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We were skeptical, but the crazy people at Seedlip are doing something pretty special. A living relic from the tradition of the Renaissance era alchemists, this product is created essentially the same way we'd imagine gin to be made, botanicals steeped in alcohol and distilled. This extracts the essence of the plants and imparts them into the spirit, but the alcohol itself is only necessary in the extraction process and the flavors can be retained while completely distilling the alcohol from the wash. The result is something that's technically non-alcoho...
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Chartreuse Yellow (375ml)
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The nosing passes pick up smells of aniseed, cardamom, licorice, hay, white pepper, floral/viny scents along with coriander, sage, and thyme. The palate entry is sweet, floral, peppery, and viny; the midpalate features fennel, rosemary, allspice, and bark. Ends up herbal sweet." (03/2007) K&L Notes: A softer sweeter version of the green. Always a pleasure mixed up or even on the rocks.
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97 points Jeb Dunnuck: "A step up over the Carmes de Rieussec, the beautiful 2016 Château Rieussec has remarkable purity and freshness while still packing beautiful depth of fruit. Honeyed peach, apricot, flower oil, and even a hint of wet stone all emerge from this full-bodied, thick, opulent effort. I love it. It has a rounded, sexy style ideal for drinking any time over the coming 15-20 years. The 2016 is a final blend of 83% Sémillon, 12% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Muscadelle." (02/2019) 97 points James Suckling: "So much botrytis on the nose with spic...

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley features vibrant notions of crushed wild blueberries, black cherries and cassis with touches of cigar box, black tea and wild sage. Medium to full-bodied with a full frame of ripe, grainy tannins, it has seamless freshness laced through the energetic fruit, finishing long and juicy. (LPB)" (10/2018)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made with a mix of raspberry brandy and raspberry juice, this is not a classic sweet sipper. It has a fair amount of sour cherry-like acidity on the palate, and reads almost like a port or weighty red wine. It's deep and dark in the glass, featuring stewed berry and dried herb aromas, along with a fruit-forward palate that finishes on a mouth-puckering hint of lemon curd. Pair with dark chocolate. (KN)" (11/2017)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made with a mix of raspberry brandy and raspberry juice, this is not a classic sweet sipper. It has a fair amount of sour cherry-like acidity on the palate, and reads almost like a port or weighty red wine. It's deep and dark in the glass, featuring stewed berry and dried herb aromas, along with a fruit-forward palate that finishes on a mouth-puckering hint of lemon curd. Pair with dark chocolate. (KN)" (11/2017) K&L Notes: Dark, brooding, and deceptively tart, this incredible raspberry cordial from local hero St. George Dis...
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96-98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend (with typical grapes like Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca) aged for approximately 20 months in used French oak. It comes in with 98 grams of residual sugar, a little drier on paper than its Taylor sibling this year. Sappy and sensational in flavor and fruit, this seemingly has moderate tannins around the edges on first taste, velvety texture and a long finish. Despite the first...

95 points James Suckling: "Very alluring, spice-laced, ripe red and black cherries, making a complex statement on the nose. The succulent and focused palate has a very considered feel with impressive balance and a long and focused, cherry core that delivers detailed textural allure. Drink or hold." (11/2018) 95 points Vinous: "Shimmering ruby-red. Expansive dark berry, potpourri and baking spice aromas show excellent clarity and pick up smoky mineral and musky earth nuances with air. Combines power and finesse with a deft hand, offering palate-staining...

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium ruby colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Jessie Vineyard is a touch reticent on the nose, opening to broody scents of black cherries and licorice with notes of herbs, Bergamot and grated baking spice with earthy touches of soil and wet leaves. Medium to full-bodied and wonderfully silky in the mouth, it's packed with layers of ripe fruit, spice and earth. It gives fine, firm tannins and mouthwatering acidity, finishing very long and very layered. This is wonderfully complex with loads of layers give it some time ...
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From the McCarthy Family Orchards in the foothills of Mount Hood comes Clear Creek Distillery's Eau de Vie Pomme. This release was made using a traditional European pot still and barrel aged for eight years. What you get is a beautiful amber-hued brandy that smells remarkably of fresh apples, but has the complexity of an oak-aged gem on the palate. Rivals the best Calvados.
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Coppersea is a small farm distillery located in New York's Hudson Valley that uses only 100% locally-sourced ingredients to produce its incredible spirits. Whereas we've seen similarly-minded micro-distillers in the market before, never have we tasted spirits quite this phenomenal from a distillery doing everything by hand. 100% of their malting is done in-house using the traditional floor-malting method.
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Orgeat is one of the most historically important bar ingredients. Originating as an almond flavored barley water, the ubiquitous syrup lost the barley and gained a place behind the bar during the golden age of cocktails. It gained new prominence again during the Tiki craze which ramped up in the mid-20th century.
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95-98 points Wine Spectator: "This captures the style of the vintage to a T, with vividly ripe cassis and plum fruit, carried by solidly built but fine-grained structure. Lots of graphite and tobacco accents hang in the background for now. A firmly grounded wine. (JM)" (03/2019) 93-96 points Vinous: "A wine of precision, energy and nuance, the 2018 Grand-Puy-Lacoste is fabulous. Freshly cut flowers, mint and sweet red berry fruit grace this exquisite, nuanced Pauillac. Medium in body, understated and classy, Grand-Puy-Lacoste is one of the highlights o...

A spectacular cherry liqueur, albeit with no sugar added! This handcrafted product comes from the farm of Patti and Dominique Azpeitia in Stockton, CA. With 1,200 acres of cherry and walnut trees and the desire to do something extraordinary with their produce, the Azpeitias set out to make a one-of-a-kind spirited beverage with no additives of any kind. They juice Bing cherries from their estate, ferment it on site, and transport the juice to be distilled into eau-de-vie by Stillwater in Petaluma. The EDV is then added back to 100% cherry juice for a bea...
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Clear Creek Blue Plum Brandy is made in the style of a classic Eastern European slivovitz, and apparently won so many medals at the US Slivovitz Festival that it was formally made the standard by which all other entries are judged. It's certified kosher, making it a great sipper for Passover, but it's great any time of year.
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The new expression from the wonderful Seedlip Distillery. They've changed the conversation around non-alcoholic beverages and created a new way for abstaining adults to enjoy the finer things. This new flavor is probably the easiest to use of the three expressions, focused on citrus fruits and orchard flavors. Softer and less herbaceous than the Garden and less botanical than the Spice, the Grove has a pungent bouquet of orange and yellow citrus. Round and open with no bitterness at all, but powerful enough to stand up to a good tonic. A welcome addition...
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "There’s black-currant clarity to this clean and luscious cabernet, a blend of Duckhorn’s estate-grown fruit with purchased grapes. The dark fruit is layered with brighter black-raspberry flavor and rich chocolate tones from its time in French oak barrels (50 percent new). Relatively light in weight but saturated in flavor, the wine sustains a lovely mineral tension as it opens with air. " (10/2019) 92 points James Suckling: "Aromas of black olives and currants with hints of flowers and stones. Medium to full body, chewy and f...
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98-100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend aged for approximately 20 months in wood. It comes in with 100 grams of residual sugar. A step up (or two) on the 2016, this shows fine depth, more focus, vivid fruit and serious power. It's not particularly thick, austere or astringent, but this is built for the long haul. It is potentially a great Taylor's, effortlessly combining brilliant fruit and structure. It tastes great now (today, it is far more vivid than its Vi...

We were skeptical, but the crazy people at Seedlip are doing something pretty special. A living relic from the tradition of the Renaissance era alchemists, this product is created essentially the same way we'd imagine gin to be made, botanicals steeped in alcohol and distilled. This extracts the essence of the plants and imparts them into the spirit, but the alcohol itself is only necessary in the extraction process, and the flavors can be retained while completely distilling the alcohol from the wash. The result is something that's technically non-alcoh...
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A beautiful and unique Eau de Vie from Steve McCarthy's Hood River Oregon distillery, Clear Creek. Inspired by an obscure Alsatian distillate called Eau de Vie de Bourgeons de Sapin, this tree spirit was 10 years in the making. McCarthy infused a clear brandy with springtime buds from a Douglas Fir, then redistilled it, then infused it again with more buds. The liquor is then strained and bottled. Greenish in hue, this smells and tastes like the woods. Wow! Spiced and pure with juniper, forest floor, fresh wood, Christmas tree and sweet vanilla, long and...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet smells enticingly of fresh cherries, cherry pit, limestone and cooking spice. Entry is ripe and seductively sweet, with touches of spice; the midpalate explodes with juicy cherry and cherry compote tastes, supported and balanced by mineral. Concludes with a lovely rush of ripe cherry flavor. *Superb, Highly Recommended* (PP)" (12/2008) K&L Notes: Produced from the small black cherries of the mountainous region around Lake Zug in Switzerland, Etter packs the essence of 10 pounds of this unique fruit into one 37...
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