The mash bill of this young whiskey (its aging is all of 18 minutes) combines local corn, spelt, and malted wheat, and it’s meant to be a receptacle of a spirit – for whiskey lovers who don’t dig vodka, it’s the equivalent of a base-spirit blank canvas. It’s soft, fruity, and creamy in your mouth, with just a little bit of sweetness that lingers subtly on your tongue from the corn.
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On a hot summer day, the list of cocktails we crave is nearly endless—-an icy gin & tonic, a salty margarita, a sweet mint julep. But as they say, when in Rome. When in Manhattan, why not drink a Manhattan?
If you’ve ever been looking for a wallet-friendly bottle of whiskey, your gaze may have wandered along the brown liquor shelf from Evan Williams…
An old-school Bay Ridge liquor store gets a new lease on life.