Aperitif

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  1. Mr Boston Triple Sec

    Mr Boston Triple Sec

    $9.94

    Triple sec is a colorless, orange-flavored liqueur used in thousands of mixed drinks and recipes as a sweetening and flavoring agent. The orange flavor comes from the dried peels of prematurely-picked oranges that grow natively on the island of Curacao, and tend to be more bitter than other oranges. The peels then macerate in alcohol to disperse the flavour. Learn More
  2. Noilly Prat Sweet Vermouth

    Noilly Prat Sweet Vermouth

    $9.94

    Noilly Prat Original French Sweet Vermouth is one of the very best available. Premium white wine is aged in oak casks for 12 months, and then macerated with aromatic herbs including cinnamon, quinine and cloves. The result is distinctively rich, spicy, and bitter-sweet. Enjoy as an aperitif or mixed in your favorite cocktail. We recommend a Manhattan made with Old Overholt Straight Rye Whiskey or Michter's "US*1" Single Barrel Straight Rye Whiskey. Learn More
  3. Meletti Limoncello Liqueur

    Meletti Limoncello Liqueur

    $23.94

    Characteristics: Meletti Limoncello is a delicious citrus liqueur with a full rich mouth feel and the inviting aroma of fresh lemons. The lemon flavors are pronounced but not harsh, and the taste is balanced by a delightful sweet finish. Food Match: Limoncello is an excellent after dinner drink. It is usually consumed out-of-the-freezer but is quite enjoyable when mixed with tonic water or prosecco. It is delicious on ice cream or when poured over fruit salad or strawberries. Learn More
  4. Aperol

    Aperol

    $26.99

    Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs and roots in perfect proportions. Aperol’s strength is in its low-alcohol content of only 11 percent. Learn More
  5. Aperol

    Aperol

    $26.99

    Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color it has a unique bitter-sweet taste deriving from a secret recipe that has remained unchanged since its creation. An infusion of precious primary components, many herbs and roots in a perfectly balanced combination. Aperol’s strength is its low alcohol content, only 11%. Aperol originated in 1919 in Padova, it was a product of the Barbieri Brothers who launched the revolutionary idea of an aperitif with an alcohol content of only 11 percent. From then until today the popularity of Aperol has grown continuously, thanks to its fresh and versatile taste and its capacity to be mixed with so many other drinks. Purchased in the ‘90s by Barbero 1891, Aperol then entered Gruppo Campari's portfolio, reaching new records of popularity and diffusion. Learn More
  6. Lillet Blanc

    Lillet Blanc

    $29.94

    A top-drawer white wine-based aperitif from Bordeaux, made with local wines blended with fruit brandies and matured in oak for between six to twelve months. Learn More
  7. Pellegrino Lemoncello

    Pellegrino Lemoncello

    $29.99

    Ingredients: Lemons zest, alcohol, sugar. Color: Intense yellow. Aroma: Flowers and herbs. Taste: Rich and sweet. Best with: After dinner as digestive. Learn More
  8. Ricard Anise

    Ricard Anise

    $34.94

    The first aromatic blast is seductively anise-like, then it mellows, turning softer, more herbal, and plumper. At palate entry the intensely bitter taste of anise both enlivens and cleanses the palate; at midpalate the pleasant sting of alcohol and the zest of rooty/woodsy botanicals make for memorable imbibing. Finishes elegant and smooth. Learn More
  9. Singani 63

    Singani 63

    $34.94

    Singani 63 is Steven Soderberg's in house brand of imported Bolivian Liquor. "Clear. Floral geranium, cherry sorbet, peach custard aromas with a silky, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a elderflower, lychee, violet candy, and citrus oil finish. Complex floral character for sipping or cocktails." Learn More
  10. Campari

    Campari

    $35.94

    Campari was the result of Gaspare Campari’s experiments in concocting new beverages. It is still produced today with the same ingredients and following the confidential recipe which remains a secret known only to the very few people in charge of the production process. Campari is the result of the infusion of herbs, aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water; these last two being the recipe‟s only known ingredients. Many have guessed simply at the number of ingredients: some say there are 20 or 60, but others list the ingredients at 80. Learn More
  11. Molinari Sambuca

    Molinari Sambuca

    $35.99

    This is a sweet, strong liqueur flavored with essential oils extracted from star anise through steam distillation. Molinari then adds sugar and other natural flavorings to create this traditional spirit. In Italy, Molinari is most often served after dinner with coffee or espresso. If served neat, 3 coffee beans are traditionally added to each glass for good luck. For special occasions, Molinari can be flamed, chilled by freezing the bottle or served over ice cream. Learn More
  12. Chartreus Green 110

    Chartreus Green 110

    $38.94

    Produced by the Carthusian Fathers (monks), the Chartreuse recipe dates back to 1605. The recipe remains a closely-guarded secret; only three of the brothers know the names of the 130 plants and how to blend and distill them. They are also the only ones who know which plants must be macerated to produce the distinctive colour. They alone supervise the slow aging in oak casks over several years. The monks maintain a simple, prayer-filled life in their ancient monastery. As they have done for centuries, they appoint three brothers who are charged with producing the Chartreuse and keeping the recipe secret, until it is time to pass it on to other brothers. Learn More
  13. Ricard Pastis De Marseille

    Ricard Pastis De Marseille

    $49.94

    The first aromatic blast is seductively anise-like, then it mellows, turning softer, more herbal, and plumper. At palate entry the intensely bitter taste of anise both enlivens and cleanses the palate; at midpalate the pleasant sting of alcohol and the zest of rooty/woodsy botanicals make for memorable imbibing. Finishes elegant and smooth. Learn More

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