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Ancho Reyes Verde Poblano Liqueur

The team at Ancho Reyes have done it again with Ancho Reyes Verde Poblano Liqueur. The limited edition release is sure to be a favorite amongst bartenders and is a great companion in cocktails and blended with other spirits like tequila and mezcal. Made using hand-picked poblanos, each bottle of Verde employs flavors of tomatoes, pineapple, mirabelles, fresh ginger, green tea, and just enough spicy notes to perk up any mixed drink.

  • Seedlip Non-Alcoholic Spirits

    It turns out, you don't need alcohol to make a tasty mixed drink. Introducing Seedlip, the world's first non-alcoholic spirits. The company was founded in a kitchen in the woods thanks to a copy of The Art of Distillation which told of Apothecaries in the 1600's that used small copper stills to make non-alcoholic herbal remedies. Seedlip's two choices, Spice 94 and Garden 108 consist of distillates of six botanicals blended together minus sugar and alcohol. Mix with tonic or create your own cocktail to make your night as the designated driver a little more interesting.

  • Gordy's Fine Brine

    The salty, flavorful brine that is left behind from a jar of pickles has always had a special appeal for some, and now the folks at Gordy's Pickle Jar have finally made it a standalone product called Gordy's Fine Brine. Gordy's filter's and cans the brine from their hot chili spears and it's great in cocktails, as a pickleback chaser, or sipped straight from the can. And each can comes with a cocktail recipe developed by Adam Bernbach of the cocktail bar 2 Birds 1 Stone.