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Sambuca
Licorice flavored liqueur, 80 to 100, clear in color, comes from Italy. Traditionally, Sambuca is served neat with three coffee beans. Then it is flamed to roast the beans. The coffee beans help to cleanse the palate of the licorice flavor. Opal Nera is a recently released Black Sambuca.
American Blended Whiskey
Very similar to Canadian whiskey, the American Blends are also very smooth and light. American Blended Whiskey is also a combination of corn, rye and barely; but favors corn.
Cointreau
80 proof, clear in color, orange flavored liqueur. Comes from France and has a neutral spirits base.
Curacao
Ranges from 0 to 60 proof, can be blue, red, green, orange or white (clear) orange flavored liqueur. Has a neutral spirits base.
Grand Marnier
Triple Sec
Another name for White Curacao. A generic copy of Cointreau. An orange flavored liqueur.
Galliano
Licorice flavored liqueur, comes from Italy, 80. Has a neutral spirits base, with a slight hint of vanilla, bright yellow in color.
Ouzo
Licorice flavored liqueur, ranges from 80 to 130. Clear in color, but turns milky white and cloudy when water is added. It is the national liqueur of Greece.
V.S. Cognac
Very Special or Very Superior. Aged for at least two years. Most V.S. Cognacs are between four and eight years old.
V.S.O.P. Cognac
Very Special Old Pale. Aged for at least four years, although most average between eight and twelve years of age.
X.O. Cognac
Extra Old. Sometimes labeled Napoleon Brandy. A minimum of six years old. This is the oldest style on the market. Most are aged for twelve or more years and are very expensive.
Calvados
An apple Brandy from Normandy France.
Applejack
An American apple Brandy.
Marc
A French “pomace Brandy”. Pomace is the leftover grape pulp and skins from wine production. In Italy, pomace Brandy is called Grappa.
Kirschwasser
A German cherry Brandy.
Pear William or Poire Williames
A Brandy made from pears. It is produced in France, Holland, and the United States.
Silvovitz
A Yugoslavian plum Brandy.
Mescal
Liquor distilled in Mexico from the Agave cactus. There are over 400 varieties of this cactus grown in Mexico, and any of them can be used to make Mescal. The worm in the bottle is there simply as a traditional novelty. Mescal is 80, and is usually aged for two years.
Tequila
A type of Mescal made only in the Tequila (Jalisco) region of Mexico. By law, Tequila must contain a minimum of 51% of the juice of the Blue Agave cactus. The Blue Agave makes the smoothest of the “cactus whiskeys.” Tequila does not, and legally cannot contain an Agave worm.
Silver Tequila
This Tequila is not aged. It is clear, or white. Most “Well” Tequila is silver Tequila. It can be quite harsh.
Gold Tequila
Tequila aged for at least two years in oak barrels. The wood gives the liquor a golden color, and a much smoother flavor. Most Tequila sold in the US is of this type.
Crèma de Alemndrado Tequila
This is Tequila that has been aged for at least two years in barrels full of raw almonds. This imparts a stong almond flavor to the liquor. Crema de Alemndrado Tequila is not available in the US.
Call Brands of Blended Scotch
Ballantine’s
Black & White
Chivas Regal
Cutty Sark
Dewar’s White Lable
The Famous Grouse
Haig Pinch
J&B
Johnnie Walker Red
Johnnie Walker Black
Johnnie Walker Blue
Teachers
Call Brands of Canadian Whiskey
Black Velvet
*Bush Pilot’s Private Reserve
Canadian Club
Canadian Mist
Canadian Hunter
Crown Royal
Lord Calbert
Seagram’s V.O.
Windsor Canadian
*Single-Barrel Whiskey
Call Brands of Rye Whiskey
Jim Beam Yellow Lable
Old Overholt
Old Quaker
Call Brands of Single-Malt Scotch
Cardhu
The Dalmore
Glendoranch
Glenfiddich
Glenforres
The Glenlivet
Glenmorangie
Highland Park
Knockando
Laphroaig
The Macallan
Oban
Talisker
Call Brands of Bourbon Whiskey
Jim Beam
Benchmark
Ezra Brooks
Maker’s Mark
George Dickel
Early Times
Old Charter
Old Grand-Dad
W.L. Weller
Wild Turkey
Call Brands of Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey
Baker’s
Basil Hayden’s
Blanton’s
Booker’s
Hancock’s Reserve
Knob Creek
Rock Hills Arms
Wild Turkey Rare Breed
Call Brands of American Blended Whiskey
Imperial
Old Thompson
Seagram’s Seven Crown
Jack Daniels
Call Brands of Irish Whiskey
Dunphy’s
John Jameson & Sons
Murphy’s
O’Connell & Flynn
Old Bushmills
Paddy’s
Tullamore Dew
Call Brands of Gin
Beefeater
Bombay
Boodles’s
Boothe’s
Gilbey’s
Gordon’s
Seagram’s
Tanqueray
Call Brands of Tequila
Sauza
Coyote
Patron
Arandas
Corazon
Chinaco
Caba Wabo
Cazadozes
Herradura
Tarantula
Centinelia
Dos Reales
Two Fingers
Jose’ Cueurvo
Jose’ Cuervo 1800
Sauza Commemorativo
Jose Cuervo Traditional
El Tesoro de Don Felipe
Call Brands of Cognac
Ansac
Curvoisier
Hennessey
Martell
Remy Martin
Call Brands of Vodka
Absolut
Absolute Citron
Absolut Kurant
Absolut Pepper
Attakiska
Belvedere
Black Death
Chopin
Danzka
Finlandia
Fris
Grey Goose
Ketel One
Luksosova
Montopolowa
Priviet
Smirnoff
Stolichnaya
Stolichnaya Cristal
Stolichnaya Pertsovka
Suntori
Tanqueray Sterling
Tarkhuna
Zubrowka
Call Brands of Rum
Appleton's
Bacardi
C.J. Wray
Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum
Cruzan
Myer's
Malibu (coconut-flavored)
Parrot Bay (coconut-flavored)
Pusser's British Navy Rum
Sangster's
San Tropique (coconut-flavored)