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Tincup Whiskey 750ml
Sale: $40.97
TINCUP has a high rye mashbill, so it’s got great spice and pepper notes, but balanced with the sweeter notes from bourbon. It’s made using Midwestern grains, aged in new American white oak barrels and ...
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In line with the traditional Italian style, the spirit centers around major flavor components: bitterness from gentian root and sweetness from cane sugar. Citrus is the third major component, so we add ...
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We begin by pressing a proprietary blend of freshly roasted coffee beans in our twenty-five litre waterpress. The press acts like a sieve, preserving the full-bodied, natural flavor of the beans once the ...
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Besides our unique high-rye mash bill we owe our success to careful mingling of casks at each bottling and the perfect Breckenridge snowmelt water used for proofing. The natural minerality of our water ...
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This 100% malted barley spent two years in new charred oak and boasts an amber color sweet caramel scent with a touch of coconut and juicy apple and relatively dry flavors. What sets this whiskey apart ...
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Tincup Whiskey 1.75l
Sale: $72.97
TINCUP is a new American Whiskey founded by distilling veteran Jess Graber and bottled in Denver, Colorado. Made using a blend of rye, corn and malt, TINCUP is a bold and spicy bourbon aged in American ...
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Created from a blend of apples from the state of New York, we mix these apples with cane sugar and naturally produced lactic acid, which adds a refreshing tartness to the to the finish of this liqueur. ...
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Leopold Bros. steeps Curaçao and Bergamot oranges in spirit, then carefully distills the oranges in a forty gallon copper pot still, separating the clean citrus aromas from the bitterness that is ...
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Fortify Bitter 750ml
Sale: $26.97
Delightfully dry with tart cherry and bitter citrus on the front palate. Mid palate showcases clove and ginger with hints of oak and burnt orange zest. Finish is dry and refreshingly deep with distinct ...
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Sweet aromas of roasted corn, grilled peppers, cayenne pepper and chilis. Notes of chewy leather, toasted wheat, caramel, vanilla, spicy rye, and buttered almonds dominate the palate. Finish accented by ...
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Created from one-of-a-kind Montmorency cherries, Leopold Bros. Michigan Tart Cherry Liqueur brings something new to classic cocktails like Manhattans, Singapore Slings, and Gin & Tonics. While most cherries ...
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Our Absinthe Verte is produced following the traditions of 19th Century European master distillers. That means we start with a grape distilliate base (in our case, this means imported Chilean Pisco) and ...
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In the tradition of fruit brandies, we start by macerating and fermenting small Marasca cherries from Croatia and distill the resulting cherry mash. We then add coriander and Montmorency cherry distillate ...
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Breckenridge Vodka is not another boring neutral Vodka. The minerality of our snowmelt water used for proofing defines one of The World’s only Vodka terroirs. This Vodka is bursting with flavor.
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Hand-harvested alpine herbs mingle with ancient bitter roots and spicy dried fruits in a symphony of aromas and flavors that recall the mystery of old world alchemy. This exquisite aperitif bitters strikes ...
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The U.S. is an expansive country with diverse geography and climate. The wide range provides several wine growing regions, including Oregon, Washington, New York and for local consumption in Texas, Virginia and the Carolinas. Despite this diversity, the vast majority of wine is still produced along the west coast in California. Napa and Sonoma are the most popular growing regions, but there are hundreds of wineries scattered throughout the country.

Regional identity is as indicative of the wine's features as it is in European growing countries, but American naming classifications are far less strict than those of old world wines. Wine varieties and blends from the U.S. have been produced for hundreds of years, but they have gained particular popularity in the last few decades. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to order U.S. wines online.

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