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Sagatiba Pura Cachaça (Brazil); 40% abv (Brazil)
Crystal clear. The aromatics are distinctive while subtle and refined offering scents of pure cane juice with floral and semi-tropical notes accented by talc, star anise, and a hint of caramel. The palate follows the mold being assertive while lush and silky in texture. Wonderfully balanced and charming.
Sazerac Straight Rye Whiskey (USA); 45% abv (USA)
Brilliant amber color. A beautiful and exotic nose filled with scents of cassis, lavender, wild flower honey, cinnamon, with a touch of mint. Expansive and very expressive on the palate with a dense fruity, oak and vanilla tinged core complimented by notes of black pepper and allspice. A real charmer!
Schlichte Urbrannt Steinhaeger Dry Gin (Germany); 40% abv (Germany)
Sweet herbs and juniper fill the nose. Round and viscous on the palate. Very oily with an interesting mélange of fresh cut herbs (basil, thyme, mint). Finishes with a crisp edge. A great mixer.
Scorpion “Anejo” 5 yr old Mezcal (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
An attractive amber/copper color. A wild and complex nose that is vastly improved by a five minute rest in the glass that allows the harder petrol and solvent notes to dissipate. Once properly aerated it is much more friendly and seductive with notes of capers, hardwood charcoal, baked tropical fruits, and epazote. Rich palate entry with sweet caramel and treacle notes that soon give way to a melange of pepper and clove with an assertive smoky oak component. It finishes soft with a hint of sweetness.
Scorpion “Anejo” Mezcal (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
Deep copper color. A beautiful lime salt aroma jumps from the glass with hints of cigar box and campfire embers. Surprisingly round and supple on the palate with notes of dry, baked tropical fruit that marry with the elements first revealed in the nose. A great balance of fruit, herb, smoke, and wood.
Scorpion “Reposado” Mezcal (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
Deep gold to faint copper in color. Scents of baked agave, mild-sweet smoke, ginger, wild herbs, and lime zest fill the nose. Smokey and citrus forward on the palate. Complex and satisfying.
Scorpion “Silver” Mezcal (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
The spirit is crystal clear. The nose is dry with beautiful wild floral notes, sea salt, fresh lime juice and zest, as well as faint-sweet charcoal notes. The palate rings true to the nose with an almost puckering, dry, citrus impression. The finish is fresh with notes of lime zest, salt, and campfire. A clean and pure spirit that seeks a talented mixologist.
Sean’s Irish Cream Liqueur (Ireland); 40% abv (Ireland)
Creamy mocha color with a thick viscous, glass coating texture. The nose is soft with the scents of vanilla cream, mocha, hazelnuts, and milk chocolate. The palate is lush while light enough to offer refreshment and beckons the next sip. Seamlessly balanced with no cloying or hard edges as it delivers enough sweetness to be a dessert stand in. When you consider the quality and value (half as much as the big competitor) it makes this tasty cream liqueur an easy and clever choice.
Semental Añejo, 100% Agave (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
Brilliant amber color. The nose is anything but subtle with rich, oak influenced aromatics leaping from the glass. There is a core of tropical like fruit here but the dense oak notes deliver scents more reminiscent of Bourbon than Tequila. The palate fully concurs as it delivers a sweet caramel and cola attack that has overtaken the abundant agave fruit found in their Silver. The finish is peppery and sweet with brown spirit flavors.
Semental Reposado, 100% Agave (Mexico); 40% abv (Mexico)
Pale golden hue with perfect clarity. The nose is expressive with dense agave fruit and pickle barrel taking the lead. Complimenting notes of wild mint, caramel, and vanilla round out the aromatic profile. The palate is decidedly sweeter and rich with ripe, baked tropical fruits at the center accented by notes of oak, black pepper, clove, and allspice. We found this Reposado to exhibit the wood profile of an Añejo. It finished with a spicy blast and a bit of cola.