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 From the Russian word for little water, Vodka is the spirit that most strives for purity. Though distilled and filtered multiple times in the pursuit of perfect clarity and the flavor of unadulterated alcohol, every vodka has its own distinct character and quality.

Grey Goose Winter Wheat France 11
Karlsson’s Potato Sweden 10
Ketel One Wheat Holland 10
Ketel Onel Citroen Wheated Holland 10
Pinnacle Wheat France 9
Russian Standard “Platinum” Winter Grain Russia 10
Titos Corn Austin, TX 10
Grey Goose Winter Wheat France 11


 Scotch is a type of whiskey made only in Scotland, though each area of Scotland produces its own unique style. Scotch whiskey can be made from malted or unmalted barley and grains, but must be aged a minimum of 3 years and smoked with peat fires to carry the name. Depending on its region of origin and base ingredients it can be anywhere from light, floral and sweet to heavy, briny and herbal.

Ardbeg “The Ultimate” 10yr. Single Malt Islay 16
Ballantine Blended Scotland 10
Ballantine 17yr. Blended Scotland 18
Balvenie “Double Wood” 12yr. Single Malt Speyside 15
Ben Riach 12yr. Single Malt Speyside 12
Chivas Regal 12yr. Blended Scotland 10
Glenmorangie 10yr. Single Malt Highlands 13
Glenmorangie 18yr. Single Malt Highlands 18
Glenrothes 1998 Vintage Speyside 18
Highland Park 18yr. Single Malt Orkney Islands 21
Johnny Walker “Black Label” Blended Scotland 11
Lagavulin 12yr. Small Batch Islay 21
Lagavulin 16yr. Single Malt Islay 17
Laphroaig 10yr. Single Malt Islay 13
Macallan 12yr. Single Malt Highlands 12
Macallan 18yr. Single Malt Highlands 25
Macallan 25yr. Single Malt Highlands 110
Oban 14yr. Single Malt Highlands 15
Peat Monster Blended Scotland 16
Sheep Dip 8yr. Blended Scotland 13
Talisker 10yr. Single Malt Isle of Skye 18


Irish is a type of whiskey made only in Ireland in a variety of styles. Irish whiskey can be made from malted or unmalted barley or grains, but must be aged a minimum of 3 years to carry the name. It was once the most exported whiskey in the world, but today only 4 distilleries remain in production. It is significantly lighter and smoother than its Scottish counterpart.

Bushmills Old Bushmills Antrim 10
Bushmills 16yr. Old Bushmills Antrim 18
Bushmills “Black” Old Bushmills Antrim 11
Jameson New Midleton Cork 10
Jameson 12yr. New Midleton Cork 12
Jameson “Gold Reserve” New Midleton Cork 13
Powers New Midleton Cork 10
Red Breast 12yr. New Midleton Cork 12
Tullamore Dew New Midleton Cork 10


 The original American whiskey, first produced in the 1700s in and around Pennsylvania, Rye is characterized by its dry, peppery flavors. It can be overly harsh when it is young but benefits greatly from extended aging in American oak barrels.

Bulleit 95% Rye Indiana 10
High West “Double Rye” Blended Rye Park City, Utah 11
John Jacob 100% Rye Washington 11
Old Overholt Kentucky 9
Rittenhouse Bonded Kentucky 10
Templeton 90% Rye Templeton, IA 11
Whistlepig 100% Rye Vermont 15
Willet Single Barrel Indiana 13


Bourbon, the official sprit of the United States, is a whiskey made primarily from corn, rye and wheat. It is aged in new, charred American oak barrels that impart a distinct sweetness and vanilla tones. Though Bourbon can be made anywhere in the contiguous 48 states, only those from Bourbon County, KY have the right to be labeled Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

Basil Hayden 11
Benchmark 8yr 9
Blanton’s Single Barrel 16
Bulleit 10
Bulleit 10yr. Small Batch 14
E.H. Taylor Small Batch. Bonded 12
Elijah Craig 12yr. Small Batch 12
Hirsch Selection Small Batch 11
Maker’s Mark Wheated 10
Old Fitzgerlad Bonded 10
Old Forrester 10
Old Forrester Bonded 10
Weller’s 10
Willet 94pf 13


Jack Daniels Sour Mash 10


Canadian Whiskey is made from the same mix of corn, rye and wheat as American Bourbon, but differences in production method and aging tend to result in a lighter, smoother whiskey. It rose to prominence during American Prohibition when Canadian distillers increased production and turned a blind eye to smuggling across the border.

Crown Royal Toronto, Canada 10
Pendleton Canada 10



Rum was first made in the islands of the Caribbean from molasses, the byproduct of the refining of fresh sugar cane but can also be made from pure sugar cane juice. Spanish style rums are light, fruity and generally unaged. English style rums are heavy, funky, and benefit from extended aging. French style rums are made from pure sugar cane juice and take on intense herbal and vegetal qualities.

Appleton 12yr Jamaica 11
Brugal “1888” Dominican Republic 16
Cruzan Virgin Islands 9
Diplomatico Venezula 12
Dos Maderas “PX” 5yr Spain 12
El Dorado 5yr. Demerera Guyana 10
Flor de Caña Nicaragua 10
Gosslings “Black Seal” Bermuda 10
Leblon Cachaca Brazil 10
Smith & Cross Jamaica 12
Wray & Nephew Jamaica 10
Zaya 12yr Trinidad 11


Tequila must be made from the juice of the Weber Blue Agave and can only in select parts of Mexico. Those from the Highlands are floral and lighter in body. Those from the Lowlands are notably more earthy and full. Blancos can be aged no more than 2 months, if at all. Reposados are aged from 2 months to one year. And Anejos must be aged a minimum of one year, but no more than three.

Casa Noble Blanco Jalisco 12
Casa Noble Reposado Jalisco 13
Casa Noble Añejo Jalisco 14
Rancho Allegre Blanco Highlands, Jalisco 9
Tequila Ocho Plata Arandas 13
Tequila Ocho Reposado Arandas 15
Tequila Ocho Añejo Arandas 17


Mexico’s original distilled spirit, predating Tequila by several hundred years. Unlike tequila, the agave used to make mezcal is roasted before it is turned into alcohol, giving it a more intense, smoky quality.

Vida Oaxaca 11



One of the oldest, and arguably best, brandies in the world. Cognac can only be made in select areas in the Southwest of France from the Ugni Blanc, Colombard and Folle Blanche grapes. It is always aged and blended for consistent and superior quality.

Pierre Ferrand “1840” Grand Champagne 13
Pierre Ferrand “Reserve 20yr” Fine Champagne 18
Remy “1738” Fine Champagne 15
Remy VSOP Fine Champagne 13


Carpano Antica Turin, Italy
Cocchi Americano Asti, Italy
Dolin Dry Chambery, France
Dolin Blanc Chambery, France
Dolin Rouge Chambery, France
Lillet Rouge Bordeaux, France
Punt e Mes Piedmont, Italy



Amaro Nonino Friuli, Italy
Aperol Padua, Italy
Averna Amaro Sicily, Italy
Campari Milan, Italy
Cynar Italy
Fernet Branca Milan, Italy


Bailey’s Irish Cream Ireland
Benedictine Herbal Liqueur France
Bitter Truth – Violet Violiet Liqueur
Chambord Balck Raspberry Loire Valley, France
Chartreuse – Green Herbal Liqueur Voiron, Frnace
Chartreuse – Yellow Herbal Liqueur Voiron, France
Cherry Heering Cherry Liqueur Denmark
Cointreau Orange Liqueur France
Galiano Herbal Liqueur Livorno, Italy
Kahlua Coffee Liqueur Mexico
Kubler Absinthe Anise Val-de-Travers, Switzerland
Lairds Bonded Apple Brandy New Jersey, USA
Luxardo – Amaretto Almond Liqueur Padova, Italy
Luxardo – Apricot Apricot Liqueur Padova, Italy
Luxardo – Maraschino Marasca Cherry Liqueur Padova, Italy
Mathilde- Peach Peach Liqueur France
Pamplemousse Grapefruit Liqueur Saumur, France
Pierre Ferrand Curacao Dry Orange Liqueur France
Pimm’s Liqueur London
Torani Amer Bitter Liqueur San Francisco, CA
Velvet Falernum Clove Liqueur Barbados



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