A favorite in rural Pennsylvania, rhubarb was first brought to the state by Benjamin Franklin, who imported seeds from Europe as a gift for his friend, botanist John Bartram. Legend has it, Bartram was so enthused with rhubarb, he created a lovely garden tea showcasing his new botanical prize. Inspired by John Bartram's concoction, Art in the Age produced "Rhubarb Tea" created from a number of fresh, organically certified ingredients.
Distilled from pure, organic cane sugar, Art in the Age Spirits "Rhubarb Tea" features a botanical bounty of beets, carrots, lemons, petitgrain, cardamom, pink peppercorn, coriander, vanilla, pure cane sugar, and of course, rhubarb. This distinctive liqueur is a treat for the senses, offering sweet, tangy and spicy flavors, balanced by refreshing citrus notes and a delicate floral finish.
Product of Pennsylvania
Alcohol by Volume: 40%