Banana-drams,  a bunch of bottles to peel you away from those winter blues
Feeling bananas here.  Ready to split for summer, but while we wait, we're going ape for these fruit forward ingredients to mix, bitter, and sip our way to a tropical paradise. 

Sip
Brenne Single Malt French Whisky This unique sipper tastes like a soft, golden Speyside Scotch with a little something extra. Honey, apricot and crème brûlée kick into a spicy ginger and black pepper finish and a gentle puff of smoke.  Sip neat, on the rocks, or use as your base for an old fashioned.

Banhez Mezcal A blend of Espadin and Barril agaves that delivers an incredibly rich drinking experience with bold banana notes and a medium smoke palate.   For an earthy, fruity, and satisifying cocktail, mix up a Oaxacan Old Fashioned and finish it with some chocolate chili, or mole bitters bitters.

Mix
Giffard Banane du Bresil Liqueur - French for best banana liqueur ever made.   Brazilian bananas are well-known for their exceptionally high quality. This is crafted with a blend of the finest bananas and a touch of cognac. Creamy banana, redolent with butter and baking spices; hints of vanilla and ginger, blazed with oak-aged cognac. Sip on its own, or use it as a sweetener in any cocktail calling for syrup or liqueur.  Plays particularly well with rum, cognac, and whiskey.

Bitter
Amargo Chuncho -  The original Peruvian bitters and the only bitters for a truly authentic Pisco Sour. Chuncho is a complex and well balanced combination of over 30 various peels, herbs, roots, barks and flowers from the Peruvian forest – including Quina and Sarrapia leaves – that are macerated then rested for six months in oak barrels.  Most commonly used to finish off a pisco sour, but we also love it with amaro, rum, and aged tequila.

Comments

Tim:

OMG BANANADRAMS! LOLING!
That Giffard sounds amazing. I want to try it in my tiki drinks.

Jan 27, 2017

Lis:

I love that Mezcal! I told Merideth I want to try Mezcal and she showed that to me and it is so good! It does taste like bananas! I need to come in for more.

Jan 26, 2017

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