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Tommyrotter Cask Strength Bourbon-Barrel Gin

We all know that Gin is the backbone of plenty of great mixed drinks, but when you let it mature in Bourbon barrels, you give the already versatile spirit superpowers. Tommyrotter Cask Strength Bourbon-Barrel Gin was distilled just like the award-winning American Gin the Buffalo, NY distillery makes, featuring twelve flavorful botanicals. It was then aged in white American oak charred barrels before being bottled at 122 proof. No chill-filtration was used and each bottle was filled and labeled by hand at the distillery. Great as a mixer and even more interesting served over rocks.

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    The distillers at Empire Spirits know that the first flavor you associate with gin is juniper. But they also want you to know that there's a lot more to gin than those traditional botanicals. Empire Spirits Project Smoked Gin is the first of its kind in the U.S. featuring applewood smoked juniper notes along with caraway and peppercorn. The result is a gin that pushes smoke to the forefront, while the botanicals smooth the spirit out to help make it a cocktail component like you've never had before.

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