Laser cut from polished stainless steel and presented in an expertly crafted wooden box, Obsello's signature spoon is a striking example of functional art. While this makes a beautiful gift, make sure you keep one for yourself.
Atsby "Armadillo Cake" Vermouth is created by infusing Long Island Chardonnay with a blend of herbs, roots, barks and spices, including cardamom, quassia, wild celery, orange peel, Japanese shitake and nigella. The wine is then blended with small-batch apple brandy and dark caramel, hand-spun from Indian Muscovado. The result is rich, earthy and delightfully bittersweet, with intricate notes of berry, dried herbs, citrus and spice which linger through the finish.
90 Points - Wine EnthusiastComposed of Palomino and Pedro Ximenez grapes, Dry Sack "Solera Especial" 15 Year Old Sweet Old Oloroso Sherry has been matured for a minimum of fifteen years in the solera system, allowing it to develop a powerful and complex flavor profile. Sweet notes of raisin, vanilla, toffee and caramel are beautifully balanced by roasted nuts, burnt sugar and toasted coffee. A touch of spice lingers through the finish.
While many of the cocktail-in-a-bottle products leave much to be desired, High West Distillery's "The 36th Vote" Barreled Manhattan is certainly an exception. High West has created their Manhattan following the authentic pre-Prohibition recipe, and then aged the mixture in the rye whiskey's American white oak barrel for 90 days. The time spent in oak allows the spiciness of the rye to fully integrate with the sweet, herbal flavors of the vermouth and the complexity of the bitters - a result that can not be achieved by making the cocktail from scratch.
First produced in 1892, Mandarine Napoleon Liqueur is created by infusing quality cognac with mandarin orange peels from Andalusia, Sicily and Corsica, along with a secret blend of aromatic herbs and spices. It is then matured in order to give the liqueur an even richer taste. Enjoy straight over ice, mixed with tonic, or as a key ingredient in a variety of cocktails.
Tamagawa "Heart of Oak" is a crisp, full-flavored junmai with delicate, balanced top notes of toasted almond, ripe berry and light smoke, backed by rich, savory notes of earth, mushroom and mineral. This distinctive umami flavor complements a wide range of dishes especially tempura and other fried foods, especially when served slightly warm.