The mythology of absinthe verte as a mysterious spirit continues to this day. Absinthe verte is an anise-flavored liquor that also includes other botanicals such as wormwood and fennel. It has been the subject of a great number of works of art, music, films, video, and literature for over two hundred years. Such is its power that Henry's Absent may make you forget an appointment or two. Enjoy, but don't be absent!
Brillari is an Italian style herbal liqueur that is commonly drunk after a meal. Brillari has a bitter-sweet flavor, produced by vapor distillation of herbs, roots, flowers, bark, and citrus. Recipe: Pour one ounce of Brillari into a wine glass. Add four ounces of sparkling wine. Garnish with an orange slice.
This polished rye whiskey is made from 100% rye distilled for maximum character giving it an unmistakably bold flavor. It has spent over a year in new American white oak barrels. What a difference time makes! Once sparkling clear, the spirit has now gained a deep dark brown with a ruby red hue. There is a new depth with notes of vanilla and carmelized aromas and flavors. Plead for more!
This uniquely artisinal spirit is distilled from a single malt, barley, and with the help of American white oak, it has a sweetly pleasant and smooth character. The spirit is then redistilled with a special blend of pumpkin and spices which will have you jumpin' for this punkin'.