SPIRITS
GUIDE

Items are priced for 1.5 oz. pours whether served neat or rocks.  

 

Prices vary for cocktails made using spirits.

 

We prefer not to serve doubles.

 

We do our best to keep this guide up to date but there may, on occasion, be spirits that haven’t been added or some we may have run out of.  Prices subject to change.

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WHEATED

Wheat whiskey is a type of whiskey: a barrel-aged distilled spirit made primarily from wheat (51% or more in the mash bill) and aged in new charred oak barrels.

OLD ELK Double Wheat Straight Whiskey     $17

107.1 proof – A sipping experience that begins with delicate baking spices of cinnamon, vanilla, and almond, with a smoother, sweeter trail. It’s bright, fresh, crisp, with an undeniable finish of fruit—doubling down on all the classic notes that make our traditional wheaters beloved.

BOURBON

Bourbon whiskey is a type of American whiskey: a barrel-aged distilled spirit made primarily from corn (51% or more) and aged in virgin charred oak barrels for a minimum of 2 years. While bourbon may be made anywhere in the United States, it is strongly associated with the American South, and with Kentucky in particular.  

                                    

BACKBONE Single Barrel, UNCUT Joe’s #2     $12

118 proof - 200 bottles made.  Notes of cinnamon French Toast with smoky undertones

BACKBONE UNCUT Barrel Collaboration $14 / $70

117.5 proof - barrel selected in an Ordinary, Owl Shop and Joe Capobianco collaboration.

 

BACKBONE BOURBON, The Forge     $15

110 proof – This whiskey provides great balance between power and sweetness. Both keep
the other in check. The finish is very long and warm. Very satisfying…

BARRELL Single Barrel     $15

104.96 proof – CT Bartenders Barrel Pick

 

BASIL HAYDEN     $13

80 proof - hint of peppermint, tea, spicy, light-bodied, gentle bite

 

EZRA BROOKS BOURBON      $8

90 proof - Caramel and vanilla with hints of spice and chocolate for a smooth, warm finish.

 

FOUR ROSES Small Batch Reserve     $10

90 proof - Mellow, ripened red berries, dried spice, well-balanced, rich.

 

FOUR ROSES Single Barrel     $13

100 proof - Dried spice, pear, cocoa, vanilla & maple syrup

 

FOUR ROSES Small Batch Limited     $21

Available vintages 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020,2021

 

FOUR ROSES Small Batch Limited 2018 130 Year Anniversary     $31

108.4 proof – Gentle, fruity flavors burst on the palette with bright, mouth-coating flavors

 

FOUR ROSES Bourbon     $8              

80 proof - Crisp, yet soft & smooth, fresh fruit

 

HIGH WEST American Prairie     $10

100 proof - Dried spice, pear, cocoa, vanilla & maple syrup

 

HIRSCH The Horizon    $9

92 proof - THE HORIZON combines two straight bourbons distilled in Lawrenceberg, Indiana: 94% of the blend is distilled from a traditional mash bill and aged a minimum of 4 years. The remaining 6% is distilled from a “high rye” mash aged 6 years for added complexity.

 

JAMES E. PEPPER 1776 Straight Bourbon      $9

100 Proof - sweetness & spice, vanilla, honey, cloves, & chocolate

 

KENTUCKY VINTAGE      $9

90 proof - Bardstown Kentucky Bourbon, Smoke, Cinnamon, Vanilla and Leather.

 

MICHTER’S US1 Straight Bourbon      $10

91.4 proof - rich caramel with balanced vanilla, stone fruit, smoky, oak finish

 

MICHTER’S 10yr Straight Bourbon      $16

94.4 proof – Big & bold dark toffee and caramel, charred oak, maple syrup, vanilla

 

NOAH’S MILL      $13

114.2 proof - walnuts, prunes, spices, intertwined with lavender that leads you down a path of lingering burnt caramel

 

OLD BARDSTOWN      $12

101 proof – Herbal, citrus, vanilla, oak and earth notes

OLD BONES 15 YEAR RESERVE    $25

107 proof – Subtle hints of rose petals and ripe cherries on the nose. The cherry carries over intensely to the palate to provide a warm and satisfying sensation. This is a tremendously balanced and integrated whiskey that has nuanced richness and a surprisingly gentle alcohol under-structure for a barrel-strength bourbon. It’s something that can only be created over time. There is a long and lingering finish that provides a perfect end to a special whiskey. Wow!

OLD ELK Four Grain Bourbon     $17

105.9 proof – Fans of Old Elk will recognize our smooth base, an immediate sense of almond and vanilla, and a fruit forward aroma. Barley, rye, wheat and corn create a profile in the balance of sweet and spicy. The higher proof (105.9) helps preserve a delicate finish. Pours don’t come any neater than this.

 

PINHOOK Bourbon Country (Orange)      $10

95.5 proof - ripe pear and baked apricot up front leads to toffee, dates, and vanilla bean. finishes with cinnamon, cedar, and peppercorn

 

PINHOOK Bourbon Country Cask Strength (Purple)     $13

115.3 proof – Notes of orange zest, and toasted coconut, setting the stage for a rich and harmonious palate of pralines, brioche, cocoa, and candied cinnamon.

 

PINHOOK Resolution (Creme)      $13

90 proof - rich and balanced bourbon with glinting copper notes and a warm, honey undertone.

 

PINHOOK Heist (Raspberry)     $13

119.9 proof – candied peaches, mango, Ceylon, baked nectarine, papaya, and dark maple

 

PINHOOK War 4yr vertical (Bronze)      $12

98 proof - a bright nose of tropical fruit, butterscotch and cedar leading to a rich and vibrant palate of dried fig, cocoa, roasted peanut and clove.

 

PURE KENTUCKY      $12

107 proof – toffee, fruit, eucalyptus and oak on the nose, then cinnamon, toffee, caramel, pepper, oak and spices.

 

ROWAN’S CREEK      $10

100.1 proof - caramel, vanilla, floral notes, lingering spiciness

 

RUSSELL’S RESERVE 10yr Bourbon      $11

90 proof - rich, caramel and vanilla

STELLUM      $14

114.98 proof – Cask strength blend of Bourbons . Spicy notes of black pepper and cinnamon, baked apples, tart blackberry, apricot with a sweet honey finish.

 

WILD TURKEY 101 Bourbon      $8

101 proof - caramel, toffee, light smoke

 

WILD TURKEY Master’s Keep 17yr      $27

86.8 proof - Silky caramel, vanilla sweetness, savory spiciness and oak.

 

WILD TURKEY Rare Breed       $14

112.8 proof – Warm smoky flavors or grain and spice

RYE WHISKEY

Rye whiskey is a type of American whiskey: a barrel-aged distilled spirit made primarily from rye (51% or more) and aged in virgin charred oak barrels for a minimum of 2 years. After prohibition rye whiskey started to disappear, the cocktail movement helped bring it back.

BONE SNAPPER Rye             $11

108 proof - rich, bold, spicy

 

EZRA BROOKS Rye           $8

90 proof - Hints of chocolate, leather, vanilla, and spicy grains, balanced by slightly sweet and oaky tones.

 

JAMES E. PEPPER 1776 Rye      $9

100 proof - mint, cloves, eucalyptus, chocolate, & honey

KNOB CREEK Single Barrel Select Rye     $14

115 proof - barrel pick selected in collaboration with Ordinary, Owl Shop and The Wine Thief   *Buy the bottle for $68.

 

MICHTER’S US1 Rye     $10

84.8 proof - spice with peppery notes, citrus, butterscotch, oak

OLD OVERHOLT Rye       $8

86 proof – Aroma: light spices and pepper mixed with a slight fruitiness and hints of vanilla. Taste: Full body with balance of spice and deep, dark fruits

 

OLD PEPPER Single Barrel Rye       $12 / $48*

110 proof – 4yr barrel selected in an Ordinary, Owl Shop and The Wine Thief collaboration.  *Buy the bottle for $48.

 

PINHOOK Rye’d On (Lime)      $12

97 proof - Straight rye whiskey. Aromas of peach, cinnamon then cherry, toffee, and clove

 

PINHOOK Rye Humor (Blue)     $11

114 proof - This straight rye whiskey’s deep and dense aromas of dark chocolate, candied black licorice, and vanilla extract set the stage for robust flavors of raisins, tobacco, cinnamon stick, and sarsaparilla.

 

REDEMPTION Rye         $8

92 proof - rye spices, light floral, citrus notes

 

RUSSELL’S RESERVE Rye 6yr.      $12

90 proof - allspice, pepper, almond

 

STELLUM RYE          $13

116.24 proof - full, round mouthfeel and flashes of buttery sweetness to an otherwise spicy and tightly focused Rye Whiskey

 

WHISTLE PIG 10yr.       $16

100 proof - warm caramel, butterscotch, mint

 

WILD TURKEY 101 rye  $11

101 proof - warm, smoky flavor with a rich, balanced aroma of vanilla and spice

 

WILLET Rye 3 yr.    $12

111.2 proof - Barely legal blend of 51% & 74% ryes

 

WILLET Rye 4 yr.  (wax top)       $14

110  proof –  A robust rye with dark cherry, burnt vanilla, and spices for days. It's a delicious rye with a weighty mouthfeel.

 

WOLVES / WILLET “The Rye Project” COLLABORATION    $36

103 proof – Oak, dried dark fruit, vanilla, butterscotch, angel food cake, oily mouthfeel

IRISH

The word 'whiskey' (or whisky) comes from the Irish (or 'Gaelic') uisce beatha, meaning water of life. Irish whiskey was one of the earliest distilled drinks in Europe, arising around the 12th century. It is believed that Irish monks brought the technique of distilling perfumes back to Ireland from their travels to the Mediterranean countries around 1000 A.D. The Irish then modified this technique to obtain a drinkable spirit.

CLONAKILTY Port Cask Finish          $14

87.2 proof - Very fruity with cherries, raisins and soft spices, some chilli and cardamom.

 

GREENORE Single Grain   $14

80 proof - 8 yr aged in ex Bourbon casks, complex fudge, mocha, tropical fruit, coriander and mint

 

THE IRISHMAN 12 yr Single Malt       $13 

85 proof - ex-Bourbon casks, vanilla, cinnamon, clove. balanced with apples, pears, some charred wood and freshly cut hay.

 

KILBEGGAN    $10 

80 proof - nut oils, hazelnut and barley, cereal sweetness and a little peat

 TULLAMORE D.E.W.            $10

80 proof - matured in ex-bourbon & sherry casks. Early fresh fruit followed by some toasted wood, delicious vanilla sweetness.

TULLAMORE D.E.W. 18 year old Single Malt        $18

80 proof - Caramelized fruit, rich oak and baked apple. Warming finish of woody spice, toasted marshmallows and a lingering malty sweetness.

SCOTCH

All Scotch whisky was originally made from malted barley. Commercial distilleries began introducing whisky made from wheat and rye in the late 18th century. Scotch whisky is divided into five distinct categories: single malt Scotch whisky, single grain Scotch whisky, blended malt Scotch whisky (formerly called "vatted malt" or "pure malt"), blended grain Scotch whisky, and blended Scotch whisky. All Scotch whisky must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years.

AUCHENTOSHAN The Bartender’s Malt       $16

94 proof - Lowland single malt -  zest, cherry blossom, brioche and ginger

 

BANK NOTE    $8

86 proof - Mellow on the taste with sweet richness and depth of flavor.

 

BLACK BOTTLE     $8

80 proof - blended Islay style, floral, oak aromas. fruit, smoke, honey & nutmeg flavors

 

BUNNAHABHAIN 12yr      $15

92.6 proof - Islay single malt -  alluring balance of sweet fruit, nuts, vanilla and a delicate coastal influence

BUNNAHABHAIN Stiureadair     $10

92.6 proof - Islay single malt -  Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair; pronounced ‘stew-rahdur’ and means ‘helmsman’ in Scots Gaelic. Natural colour, non-chill filtered and with a brackish, coastal tinge, this sherried malt whisky will transport you to Bunnahabhain Bay, with a smattering of sea spray and dried fruit lingering on your lips.

 

BUNNAHABHAIN Toitech a Dha     $16

92.6 proof - Islay single malt - warming peatiness drift to a sweet Oloroso sherry influence with rich oak, balanced with delicate pepper. (pronounced Toch-ach ah-ghaa)

 

BUNNAHABHAIN 18yr      $25

92.6 proof - Islay single malt - unchill-filtered dried fruit and rich oak, with toffee and a slight tang of salt

 

BUNNAHABHAIN 13 Years Old Marsala Finish       $16

92.6 proof - Islay single malt - Aged 10yrs in ex-Bourbon casks and finished former Marsala barrels for 3yrs. Fresh strawberry, and a hint of milk chocolate along with a bit of brine and smoke.

 

DEANSTON VIRGIN OAK    $10

92.6 proof - Highland single malt, candied fruits, vanilla toffee, heather honey

 

DEANSTON 18yr Bourbon finish   $23

92.6 proof - Highland single malt - sweet, spicy, citrus, barley sugar, gingerbread, honey & white pepper

 

DEANSTON Stout Cask Finish          $16

92.6 proof - Highland single malt - Finished in former Dragon’s Milk casks for 6 months, the result is this golden, hoppy single malt, full of fruit and caramel notes.

 

GLENFIDDICH 12yr       $15

80 proof – Speyside single malt – Characteristic sweet, fruity notes. Develops into butterscotch, cream, malt and subtle oak flavors.

 

LEDAIG 10yr       $16

92.6 proof – Tobermory single malt – Tantalisingly sweet, medicinal flavours infused with enticing sparks of spicy pepper and dried fruit with rich peaty smoke and a velvety vanilla and malty creaminess.

JAPAN

Whisky from Japan, reflecting Scottish tradition.

NIKKA Coffey Grain Whisky      $15

90 proof – Distilled using a traditional Coffey still imported from Scotland in 1963.  Flavors originating from these still deliver a distinctive creamy texture.

 

Suntory Whisky TOKI        $10

86  proof – “Silky with a subtle sweet and spicy finish.” Notes of vanilla oak, white pepper and ginger.

 

THE YAMAZAKI  12 yr        $18          

86 proof – “Succulent with soft fruit.” Notes of coconut, cranberry, butter, sweet ginger and cinnamon.  Enjoy the long finish.

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GIN

Gin is experiencing a lot of attention from craft distillers these days. The flavor profiles of this spirit category can vary greatly; from soft, citrusy, and floral, to spicy, astringent, piney and juniper forward, to even sweet and woody as we see with Old Tom styles.

BARR HILL     $10

90 proof - Vermont made with Juniper & Honey

 

BARR HILL Tom Cat         $12

86 proof - New oak barrel mingles the juniper yielding an enticing aroma. A touch of raw honey added.

 

BIG GIN      $9

94 proof – Washington State. Cinnamon and cardamom that moves onto juniper and angelica

 

BONE DRY GIN      $9

92 proof - California. London Dry style, Created specifically for the palette of Winston Churchill.

 

GREENALL’S        $8

80 proof - Warrington, UK. Traditional London Dry since 1761

 

HEPPLE      $15

90 proof - Northumberland, UK. Green. apples, Douglas fir, cantaloupe, 3 technique distilled.

 

PLYMOUTH          $9

82.4 proof – England. Extremely smooth, creamy and full bodied, with a slight sweetness.

 

RANSOM Old Tom    $9

88 proof - Oregon. Malt, lively citrus, heady exotic notes of coriander & teak, barrel aged

 

ROKU    $8

86 Proof – Japan. Complex, multi layered, yet harmonious flavor of various botanicals. Traditional gin taste in the base, plus characteristic Japanese botanical notes with yuzu as the top note. Smooth and silky texture.

 

GEORGE Terroir $9

90 proof - California. Douglas fir, California bay laurel, coastal sage, and other evocative botanicals. 94 proof

 

UNCLE VAL’S Restorative        $9            

90 proof - Oregon. Crisp, silky with a hint of rose petals.

 

UNCLE VAL’S Botanical         $9            

90 proof - Oregon. Notes of sage, lemon, lavender and cucumber.

TEQUILA

A terroir driven beverage derived from distilling agave harvested in Jalisco, Mexico. We feature a selection of Joven, Reposado & Anejo tequilas made only from 100% blue agave that are lovely both for sipping and crafting cocktails

 

ESPOLON Blanco           $8

100% Pure Blue Agave. Soft mouthfeel, notes of pepper, vanilla bean, grilled pineapple and spice.

 

ESPOLON Reposado           $8

100% Pure Blue Agave, aged, vanilla & pear notes

 

FORTALEZA Reposado       $15

Flavors include cooked agave, citrus, vanilla, apple, earth, and cinnamon. The finish is long and rich, delicately spicy, and it has an oily texture that make this a joy to drink.

OCHO Anejo      $16

Aged in ex-American Whiskey barrels for one year Made with 100% Blue Agave.

MEZCAL

Made from a variety of maguey or oven-smoked agave, this is a spirit that is claimed to best express the terroir of its region of origin by those that craft it. Common flavors are sweet, fruity, earthy and smoky.

BRUXO #3            $15

Oaxacan mezcal, made from 12-15 year barril Maguey. notes of flint that mesh with peppery herbs and dried leaves on a creamy and supple palate.

 

BOZAL Ensemble    $15

Espaden Birril Mexicano, smoky, herbaceous undertone rests on the center of the palate, while citrus and floral notes.

 

BOZAL Cuishe        $15

Driven by intense citrus and strong minerality, the Cuishe has a dry entry. As is experienced in the rich tropical fruit on the palate that moves to sweet potato on the front. Green vegetal notes in the mouth and a dry smoky finish then follow. A complex flavor profile that proves quite enjoyable.

 

LOS SIETE MISTERIOS         $10

“Our Espadín Mezcal displays rich minerality with notes of avocado leaf, fresh herbs, flowers, and citrus.”

VIDA Del Maguey            $14

Tropical fruit, honey, & roast agave; palate offers ginger, cinnamon, & tangerine, with a soft finish.

RUM

Rum is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sugarcane byproducts such as; molasses, or directly from sugarcane juice, by a process of fermentation and distillation. The distillate, a clear liquid, is then usually aged in oak barrels.

The majority of the world's rum production occurs in the Caribbean and Latin America. Rum is also produced in Scotland, Austria, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, the Philippines, India, Reunion Island, Mauritius, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, the United States, and Canada.

ANGOSTURA White Oak   $8

80 proof - Trinidad, white oak aged rum

 

ANGOSTURA 5 year             $8

80 proof - Trinidad, chocolate, spice, vanilla, toasted oak flavors

 

ANGOSTURA 7 year             $8

80 proof - Trinidad, at least 7 years in ex bourbon barrels. maple, chocolate, honey and toffee

 

APPLETON              $9

80 proof - Jamaica. Full-bodied, smooth, balanced spice and nutty notes, followed by oaky honey.

 

DIPLOMTICO Reserva Exclusiva  $10

80 proof – Venezuela - aromas of orange peel, toffee and licorice.

 

ESPIRITO Cachaça                $10

80 proof - Brazil – Crystal clear, derived from sugar cane and aged two years in exotic wood.

 

RHUM CLEMENT Agricole          $9

80 proof – AOC Martinique. Soft and graceful with a notes of fresh cutgrass and green beans.

 

RON BARCELO Anejo          $8

75 proof – Dominican republic. Caramel & honey aromas with notes vegetal, smoke and oak.

 

SCARLET IBIS        $9

98 proof – Trinidad and Tobago. Pepper, spices, and some tropical fruits

 

SMITH & CROSS     $9

114 proof (Navy Strength) – Jamaica. Caramelized banana, exotic fruits, spice, earthy finish.

 

BRANDY

Brandy is a spirit produced by distilling wine. Brandy generally contains 35–60% alcohol by volume (70–120 US proof) and is typically taken as an after-dinner drink. Some brandies are aged in wooden casks, some are colored with caramel coloring to imitate the effect of aging, and some brandies are produced using a combination of both aging and coloring. In broader sense, the term "brandy" also denotes liquors obtained from distillation of pomace (pomace brandy) or mash or wine of any other fruit (fruit brandy). These products are also named eau-de-vie. Varieties of wine brandy can be found across the winemaking world. Among the most renowned are Cognac and Armagnac from Southwestern France.

BUSNEL Calvados Fine        $10

France. Busnel Fine is a blend of different Calvados Pays d'Auge aged for at least 2 years in oak barrels.

 

CARDENAL MENDOZA          $14 

Solera Gran Reserva. On the palate it is beautifully balanced, warming, and smooth while it has a very long finish where all the subtle nuances come together leaving a lasting impression of personality with hints of raisin and prune.

 

Carvalho Ribeiro & Ferreira 1920       $8

Douro, Portugal brandy, Dark golden color. Touch of vanilla and a slight wooded aroma.

 

NONINO,  Vendemmia Grappa       $11

Soft, elegant, scents of apricot, green apple and raisins.

PRUNIER VS  $9

Petite Champagne and Fins Bois Cognac. Notes of cedar and citrus, with hints of vanilla and oak.

HERBAL LIQUEURS

“Inhabitants of Europe's mountainous regions have made liqueurs with local flowers and plants for centuries. These include the fragrant, floral crème de violette as well as herbaceous and bitter liqueurs that started out as elixirs to aid indigestion and other ailments. The latter category includes amaro, meaning "bitter," in Italian. While they began as wine-based digestive aids, most modern amari are composed of spirits (usually neutral spirits), a proprietary mix of herbs and botanicals, and sugar or other natural sweetener. Always appropriate neat or with coffee after a meal, floral, herbal and amaro liqueurs also enliven many contemporary and classic cocktails.” - HAUS ALPENZ

ABSINTHE  $15           

  • Duplais Swiss Absinthe Blanche - 120 proof - Italy. Completely crystal clear with pewter reflections. Warm, yet complexly herbal nose with hints of mentholated wormwood, ground coriander and candied angelica root. When louched with cold water, it produces a cloud-white opalescence in the glass, tinged with pewter. Full mouth-feel, silky, yet subdued, it tastes of a complex and heady blend of aromatic medicinal herbs with a lingering anis-bright sweetness that coats and caresses the tongue.

  • Vieux Pontarlier – 130 proof – France.  Pale peridot green. Slowing dripping ice-cold water produces a lightly green-tinged and billowy opalescent cloudiness. The aroma is fresh, yet slightly briny and spicy with lightly mentholated and cacao notes. The flavors are multi-layered, the grape spirit provides a complex base for subtle herbal undertones, the anise and fennel seed are sweet yet, well balanced, highlighting the minty/menthol taste of true Pontarlier wormwood.

  • Pacifique Absinthe Verte Supérieure – 124 proof – Washington State. “…a curious medium-bodied absinthe that tastes deep and complex with a unique mix of black tea, cumin, floral citrus, and minty eucalyptus flavors that somehow work in harmony.” – Serious Eats

AMARGO VALLET ANGOSTURA             $9

90 proof – Mexico. Made from Angostura bark as well as rhubarb, quassia wood, clove, gentian root, and cherry fruit among other roots and spices.

 

AMARO MONTENEGRO             $8

62 proof – Italy. Six tasting notes: bitter and herbaceous, spicy and floral, chocolate and caramel, fresh and balsamic, vanilla and red fruits, and warm and tropical.

 

APEROL             $8

22 proof – Italy. Intense orange top with herbal and woody body notes, pleasantly bittersweet and salty.

 

AVERNA, Amaro Siciliano    $8

mouth-coating and bittersweet taste, hints of orange and licorice, myrtle, juniper berries, rosemary and sage.

 

Fernet BRANCA         $8

…reminiscent of Jaegermeister after you’ve just brushed your teeth or 1980s black magic markers…

FORO, Originale Amaro         $8

Dark brown with amber highlights. The aromas are characterized by a blend of citrus fruits and dried herbs. Hints of burnt sugar are not too sweet on the palate, followed by dried herbs with a clean bitter finish.

 

BRUTO AMERICANO     $8

St. George Bruto Americano is made from a variety of herbs, roots, and other botanicals. Though the exact number of ingredients and formulation are proprietary, we will say that the bitterness comes primarily from gentian root; the citrus notes mostly from California-grown Seville orange; and the woodsy notes from balsam fir and Cascara sagrada (bark from the California buckthorn).

 

CAMPARI     $8

Campari is an alcoholic spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water.

 

CARDAMARO Vino Amaro.    $8

cardoon and blessed thistle, with a short repose in oak

 

CHARTRUESE   $15

  • Green – 110 proof - a naturally green liqueur made from 130 herbs and other plants macerated in alcohol and steeped for about eight hours. A last maceration of plants gives its color to the liqueur

  • Yellow – 80 proof - milder and sweeter flavor and aroma than Green Chartreuse

CYNAR             $8

(chee-nar) a blend of artichoke leaves and 13 carefully selected herbs. refreshing and herbal bittersweet

 

DOLIN Génépy le Chamois Liqueur    $8

A legendary French liqueur with a multitude of herbs from the mountains of the Savoy, the most prominent being génépy.

GRAN CLASSICO           $9

Natural golden-amber color. Aroma presents a multi-faceted bitter-sweetness of orange peel, gentian root and wormwood mingled with rhubarb and vanilla. The viscosity immediately highlights the sweet rhubarb, then the bitter gentian root and orange peel blend with wormwood, vanilla and resiny notes. Deep, layered and lingering finish that balances and alternates between the sweet and bitter.

 

MELETTI Fernet            $8

The color is dark amber and the nose is herbaceous with balsamic notes. On the palate, a beginning of spice evolves to balsamic with mint, and finishes with bitter gentian root.

 

Amaro NONINO        $9

bitter orange marmelade, thyme & menthol

Amaro SFUMATO Rabarbaro   $8

Unusual marriage of smokiness and bitter woodsiness. Made from alpine herbs and the root of Chinese rhubarb

 

VARNELLI Amaro del'Erborista    $12

spices, rhubarb, sandalwood with intense tannins.