This whiskey is truly unique. In fact, it is the only whiskey which uses real peaches harvested from the Rocky Mountain region, not artificial colors or flavors, to strike a balance between intense peach flavors that jump out of the glass with the subtleties of a refined whiskey which even the connoisseur will appreciate.
Leopold Brothers blends the juice of the most aromatic varieties of peaches from the Western Slope with their whiskey and move the entire spirit to used bourbon barrels. The peaches slowly oxidize in the barrel, yielding more complex flavors and colors. When the time is right, it goes straight into bottles.
This is the very essence of a Rocky Mountain peach coupled with an American small batch whiskey, painstakingly preserved in a hand-numbered bottle. It is perfect on the rocks, but also makes for stunning Manhattans and a host of other cocktails.
This is, by far, the sexiest vermouth we have tasted! Grapes from the Spanish Priorat region have been selected, harvested, and infused with indigenous herbs and aromatics. The result is a fragrant and smooth vermouth that can easily be enjoyed all by itself.
The infusion is made from different aromatic herbs that have been macerating for over a year in oak barrels, with proportions from their ancestor’s original. After one year in oak, a small amount of the “young” vermouth is added to the barrel of “old” vermouth, where it rests for another year before being bottled. Bottling is done in small quantities at a time. Only 700 cases are made every year.
In addition to the herbal infusion, on the second level appears an aroma of aged wood, the earth just after a rain, truffle and honey. The original blend provokes surprising sensations to the senses. On the palate it is balanced, with just enough sweetness to compliment the accompanying characteristic bitter citrus. A good match with anything salty or savory, especially with appetizers. The traditional tapas from this region however are olives, and salty nuts. Serve in small pours with 2 ice cubs, cold. Or try it with rye whiskey for a classic Manhattan.
Templeton Rye Whiskey is here! Previously unavailable in Colorado, Templeton Rye has been the darling of many of your favorite mixologists. Thanks to some cajoling and pleading, Templeton has finally made it's way into select Colorado drinking establishments and onto retail store shelves, including Amendment XXI. Find out why Templeton was the preferred whiskey of Al Capone.
"When Prohibition outlawed the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages in 1920, many enterprising residents of a small town in Iowa chose to become outlaws – producing a high caliber and much sought-after whiskey known as Templeton Rye, or "The Good Stuff" to those in the know. Produced from the original Prohibition era recipe and aged in charred new oak barrels, Templeton Rye provides a smooth finish and a clean getaway." $44.00
It’s not your grandma’s sweet tea, but it has the same slow, sweet, Southern taste – and it’s actually infused with real tea leaves and locally produced Austin, Texas clover honey. You can even smell the happy, sunshine-laced scent of freshly brewed iced tea. Here are some drinks that will remind a Southern ex-pat of home:
LORENA'S DIVING HORSE
2oz Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka
1oz Lemon Juice
½ oz Simple Syrup2 Basil Leaves
Combine, shake for 20 seconds, and strain over crushed ice into a tumbler glass
Garnish with basil leaves
THE HIGH TEA
1½ oz Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka
4 Mint Leaves
1 oz Simple Champagne Syrup
Muddle 2 blackberries and 4 mint leaves with ½ oz of champagne syrup
Add Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka and shake
Strain into champagne flute and top off with champagne syrup
Garnish with a mint leaf or blackberry