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Old World Whiskey Cocktails

New World Whiskey Cocktails

Summer Sipping

Let Them Drink Cake!

Whisk(e)y Flights

Rare & Luxury Whiskies

Bourbon & American






Wine, Beer, Cider, Soda


House-made pickled vegetables     8

Beef Jerky from B&D Meats, Roseburg OR    9

Roasted cashews, almonds, pecans, pistachios, and hazelnuts      5

Herbed kalamata, greek, sevillano olives     5


*Boards available Gluten Free or with bread upon request

Charcuterie Board        20

Loukanika, Finocchiona, Chorizo Rioja, & summer sausage    

served with aged cheddar, stone ground mustard, house-made pickles, crackers

Cheese Board             20

Goat cheese, smoked bleu, smoked gouda, french triple creme

        served with honey drizzled nuts, apricot chutney, cherry mostarda, crackers

Pâté Board       20

Green peppercorn pâté, Pork & Hazelnut pate, and Pork & Pistachio pâté

        served with house pickles, crackers

Roasted Vegetable Board     15

Parsnips, carrots, pearl onions, purple potato, honey drizzle, arugula

served with herb vinaigrette, bread

Smoked Salmon Board        21

Smoked chinook, peppered smoked chinook

served with house pickles,  house dill crème fraîche, house cherry mostarda, house pickles, crackers


Baked for you by:

The Nest, by Dough Dough Bakery:

Carrot Cake

w/ Cream Cheese Frosting


House Made:

Crème Brûlée, rich vanilla custard topped with a contrasting layer of caramelized sugar     9

Chocolate Bourbon Salted-Caramel pot de crème                9

Graham’s 40 yr old Tawny Port         19 per 1oz pour

Showing a golden amber color, with a pale green tinge at the rim, denoting great age. Very complex with a powerful fragrance that belies its age. An array of flavors, from delicate fruit & raisins to toasted toffee & chocolate with an outstanding aftertaste.

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Old World Whiskey Cocktails

OLD FASHIONED                

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Angostura bitters, orange peel, demerara sugar

c. 1806

SAZERAC                12

Rittenhouse Rye, Columbia Absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters, lemon peel, demerara sugar

c. 1850


MINT JULEP                12

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, mint simple syrup, crushed ice, mint

c. 1850

WHISKEY SOUR                13

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, lemon, egg white

c. 1860’s

MANHATTAN                14

Rittenhouse Rye, Cocchi di Torino Vermouth, Angostura bitters
c. 1860’s

HIGHBALL                11

Pendleton Whiskey, ginger ale
c. 1894

BOULEVARDIER                14

Rittenhouse Rye, Campari, Cocchi di Torino Vermouth, orange peel

c. 1927

SIDECAR                12

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Cointreau, lemon

c. 1930

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New World Whiskey Cocktails

CARAMEL APPLE HIGHBALL                13

Brown Butter Fat-washed Bourbon, Clear Creek Apple Brandy, dark brown sugar simple, ginger beer, lemon wedge

PAPER CUT                   13

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Caraway-infused Whiskey, Amaro Nonino, Aperol, grapefruit


Buffalo Trace Bourbon, House-made Blue Curacao, lemon, lavender simple, soda


Coconut Fat-washed Whiskey, Frangelico, Scrappy’s Chocolate bitters, cocoa dust

BUTTERED UP                13

Brown Butter Fat-washed Bourbon, Angostura bitters, dark brown sugar simple

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN                        15        

Coffee-infused Bourbon, Bigallet China-China, Golden Falernum, Angostura bitters, orange zest

OLD GROWTH                     13

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Quercus Oak bitters, Angostura, demerara sugar, cedar smoked glass, orange zest, juniper spritz

BURNING BUSH                13

Monkey Shoulder Scotch, BroVo Douglas Fir Liqueur, Quercus Oak Bitters, Columbia Absinthe, lemon, burning rosemary bush

ASTORIA SOUR                14

Buffalo Trace, Disaronno Amaretto, Fee Bros. Old Fashioned bitters, lemon, egg white

NEW FASHIONED                     12

Buffalo Trace Bourbon,  Angostura bitters, muddled orange and cherries, ginger beer

WHISKEY COLADA                13

Coconut Fat-washed Whiskey, pineapple, lime, coconut cream

BOURBON BRAMBLE                12

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Blackberry Combier, raspberry, lemon, mint simple


Rittenhouse Rye, Stone Barn Nocino Liqueur, Averna, Angostura bitters, cherry

OLD CUBANO                14

Plantation 5yr Rum, Rittenhouse Rye, Golden Falernum, Peychauds, Angostura, orange peel, tobacco smoked

PEACHES AND CREAM SOUR                  14
Vanilla-infused Bourbon, Peach Combier, Fee Bros. Peach bitters, lemon, egg white

ALL CHOKED UP                15

Rittenhouse Rye, Cynar, Averna, Dr. Elmegirab’s Dandelion and Burdock bitters

PENICILLIN          12

Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch, Ardbeg Islay Scotch, lemon, honey-ginger simple syrup

PB&J (PEANUT BOURBON AND JELLY)             13    

House-infused Peanut Fat-washed Whiskey, Concord grape ice cube, grape reduction rim

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Distinguished Character

These mixed drinks feature specific whiskies with highly individual and unique flavor profiles.

Our head mixologist, Cory Teubner, has created these cocktails in order to feature and enhance the inherent flavor and aroma of these finely crafted spirits.

APRICOTTA                28

Barrell Seagrass Rye Whiskey, muddled lemon wedges and mint leaves, with a touch of sugar and a drop of Fee Bros Peach bitters.


Barrell Seagrass is a blend of Canadian and American Rye whiskey finished in select Apricot Brandy, Martinique Rum, and Madeira Wine casks. This is a fruity and perfumed whiskey, laden with tropical fruit, melon, and sun dried apricot. Bright and spicy rye accentuates the notes of elderflower, cinnamon, and grapefruit zest. Fresh fruit and tannins on the end leave the palate clean and awaiting another sip.

THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL                19

Westward American Single Malt, Portland Syrups Co. Root Beer Syrup, Bittercube Root Beer Bitters, Angostura Bitters, Soda


Westward American Single Malt is an amazing whiskey composed of 100% malted barley using all Pacific Northwest grains and a flavor unlike any other. Malted chocolate balls, orange peel, butterscotch and vanilla, a touch of dark stone fruit, with a light dry oaky spice on the finish.

FERRARI                28

Rum Cask Finished Barrel Strength Balcones Single Malt Whiskey, Fernet Branca, Campari, orange peel


Balcones Texas Single Malt Rum Cask Finish is an American made 100% single malt whiskey secondary aged in ex-Balcones Rum casks. The nose is full of macerated fruits, caramel, and baking spices, with a hint of smokey mesquite and citrus peel. On the palate is an explosion of flavor;  spicy gingerbread, chocolate, dark stone fruit, orange, and spiced rum and with coffee and mint notes hiding in the periphery.

MAPLE DOUGHNUT                27

Angel’s Envy Rum Barrel Finished Rye Whiskey, Maple syrup, Quercus Oak bitters, Columbia Absinthe spritz


Angel’s Envy Rum Barrel Finished Rye Whiskey is a standout rye coming from Louisville, Kentucky. Barrel finishing whiskies is a relatively new trend but the folks at Angel’s Envy are already masters. This rye spends six years in a medium-char new american oak barrel before spending another 18 months in ex-Plantation Rum barrels that previously housed Maison Ferrand cognac. The result is an amazing blend of sweet and spicy. Maple syrup, caramel, and rye spice are predominant on the nose. The palate is no different; sweet maple and cognac are followed by allspice, walnuts, and toasted grain.

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Summer Sipping

HONEY BEE-LLINI                13

Sun Ranch Vodka, Peach Combier, Underwood Bubbles, lemon, honey-ginger syrup


Clear Creek Apple Brandy, cranberry juice, lime, honey-ginger simple

ELDER MULE                13

St. Germain, Sun Ranch Vodka, lime, ginger beer, muddled cucumber

NUCLEAR BANANA 🌶🌶           14

Plantation 5yr Rum, Banana Combier, Golden Falernum, orange, passionfruit, Scrappy’s   Firewater bitters (habañero), hibiscus, Fee Bros. Old Fashioned bitters

CRANBERRY PUNCH                13

Strawberry-infused Gin, 44° North Nectarine Vodka, cranberry juice, soda, lime wedge

NECTARINI                13

44° North Nectarine Vodka, Cointreau, lime, fresh basil

GHOSTED 🌶🌶🌶                 13

Cacao Butter-infused Tequila, orange, lemon, ghost chile bitters (ghost and thai pequin chili), pink salt rim

63 SOUR                14

Singani 63 Brandy, lime, egg white, Amargo Chuncho Bitters

BIRD OF PARADISE* 🌶                14

Batanga Tequila, Bozal Mezcal, Combier Watermelon, grapefruit, passion fruit, Scrappy’s Firewater bitters, chile salt

*Don’t like smoke? Ask for it without Mezcal!

GREEN WITH ENVY                 13

Aria Gin, Basil liquor, Chartreuse, lime, fresh basil, cucumber, dill pollen

PLUM NONSENSE                        13

House-infused Strawberry Gin, Lillet Blanc, Choya Plum Wine, citric acid solution, lemon zest


Batanga Blanco Tequila, Ancho Reyes Verde, Cointreau, lime, cilantro, chile salt rim  


Cacao Butter-infused Tequila, Campari, Cocchi di Torino, orange zest


PROS AND CONIFERS                13

Aria Gin, Brovo Douglas Fir Liqueur, Spruce bitters, soda, tonic syrup, lemon wedge

QUIOTE  🌶             15

Bozal Ensamble Mezcal, Ancho Reyes Verde, pineapple, lime, Memphis BBQ bitters and Scrappy’s Firewater bitters, egg white

SMOKE ON THE WATER, FIRE IN THE SKY*                14

Ardbeg Wee Beastie Islay Scotch, House-infused Strawberry Gin, Golden Falernum, lemon, passionfruit, Fee Bros. Plum bitters, blue spirulina and flaming lime

*Don’t like smoke? Ask for it without Scotch!

WITCH DOCTOR 🌶            13

Plantation 5yr Rum, Smith and Cross Jamaican Rum, St.Germain, Memphis BBQ bitters, pineapple, passionfruit, lime


New Deal Ginger Vodka, lime, basil, Ghost chile bitters, Absinthe and Makrut lime spritz

🌶 = heat level

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Let Them Drink Cake!

( Sweeter Stuff )

SOUR PATCH ADULT                 13

44° North Nectarine Vodka, Clear Creek Apple Brandy, Pama, Fee Bros. Cherry bitters, lemon, invert-sugar rim, sour gummies

LEMON POPPYSEED CAKE                13

Vanilla-infused Vodka, Disaronno Amaretto, lemon, yogurt, poppyseeds

ROOT BEER FLOAT                12

Sun Ranch Vodka, Portland Syrups Root Beer Syrup, soda, whip cream float

DEBAUCHERY                13

Coffee-infused Bourbon, Disaronno Amaretto, coconut cream, maple syrup, whole egg, nutmeg

BERRY COBBLER                 12

Vanilla-infused Vodka, raspberry, lemon, coconut cream

ROYAL RAMOS                14        

Aria Gin, Creme de Violet, House-made Blue Curacao, lime, lavender syrup, egg white, orange blossom water spritz

BLACK FOREST                13

Mud Puddle Dark Chocolate Vodka, Clear Creek Cherry liquor, Ghirardehli chocolate, coconut cream, cherry bitters

GREEN RUSSIAN                13

Vanilla-infused Vodka, matcha green tea powder, coconut cream, whole egg

STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM                12

Vanilla-infused Vodka, strawberry, coconut cream, hint of lemon

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Whisk(e)y Flights

Each flight includes three one ounce pours highlighting whiskies of different types originating from different regions and cask finishes.

PEGASUS FLIGHT       150                                                               Glenfiddich 23yr Grand Cru (Speyside Scotch, finished in a champagne barrel), Mitchell & Son Red Spot 15yr (Co. Cork Irish, finished American ex-Bourbon, Spanish sherry, and Marsala wine casks), Whistlepig Boss Hogg VIII Lapu Lapu (Vermont, rye whiskey finished in South Pacific rum barrels)

SUGAR AND SPICE       35                                              Brenne, cognac finished (France), Angel’s Envy Rye, cognac-rum cask finished (Kentucky), Westward, stout cask finished (Oregon)

ROUND THE WORLD    43                                                         Starward, red wine cask aged (Australia), Puni Sole, pedro ximenez sherry finished (Italy), Kavalan Concertmaster,  port wine finished. (Taiwan)

Woodford Double Oaked KY, Uncle Nearest 1856 TN, Elmer T Lee KY


Elijiah Craig 12 yr. (124 proof), Larceny (121 proof), Weller Antique (107 proof) Kentucky Bourbons all bottled at barrel proof

Balcones Single Malt Brimstone (Texas Distilled, Texas Scrub-Oak Smoked), Whiskey Del Bac Dorado Single Malt (Arizona Distilled, Mesquite Smoked), McCarthy’s 6yr Single Malt (Oregon Distilled, Scottish Peat Smoked)

Westward (Portland), CopperWorks Release #38 (Seattle), Wanderback Batch #5 (Hood River) 

Dalmore 12  yr., Glendronach Port Wood, Clynelish 14 yr. 

Ardbeg 5 yr. “Wee Beastie”, Bowmore 12 yr., Kilchoman “Sanaig”

Auchentoshan American Oak, Glenkinchie 12 yr., Auchentoshan Three Wood

Whistlepig Roadstock, Whistlepig 10 yr., Whistlepig 12 yr. Old World

Teeling Single Malt Wine Cask Finish, Clonakilty Port Cask Finish, Redbreast 12 yr.

Suntory Toki, Nikka Coffey Grain, Yamazaki 12 yr.


Rare & Luxury Whiskies   

1 oz pours from bottles “as rare as unicorns”


Macallan 25yr., Speyside Scotch, 43 abv                                                                                             300    

Despite the age, the nose is quite fresh with just cut apples and oranges. Dark leather, maple syrup, and crushed nuts take over on the palate with wood spices and dried fruit following closely behind. This whisky stays with you for the long haul.

Hibiki 17yr., Osaka Japan, 43 abv                                                                                                             120  

On the nose; honey, brown sugar, caramel, juicy pear and flowers. The taste is surprising and complex. Somehow light and rich, very warm with herbal notes, cocoa, and hazelnut. There is also an earthy, salty character, like a blue cheese or a Highland single malt. A bit of water brings out some chocolate. Finish is exceptionally warm and soothing.

Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2020, Kentucky Bourbon, 49 abv                                      110    

Along with a healthy dose of oak, breakfast foods come to mind like oatmeal with brown sugar and apples; maple syrup and pancakes; and bacon and buttered toast. There's even a touch of cherry fruit here. As you taste, warm barrel spices come through which marries well with the aforementioned sweet notes. A nice bittersweet and savory finish is found with a bit of char smoke wrapping it all up.

Whistlepig Boss Hog Ed. 8 LapuLapu’s Pacific, Vermont Rye, 53 abv                70

Bright rum notes swirl with lush vanilla, giving way to delicate tropical notes including underripe bananas, freshly picked lemon and molasses. Rich rye spice with a full-bodied mouthfeel imparts vanilla buttercream, butterscotch, and toffee, interlaced with dry oak, sugary spices and fruit notes from the ex-Pacific Rum casks.

Blanton’s Gold, Kentucky, 56.5 abv                                                                             52    

Right off the bat you get big oak, pencil shavings, tobacco, resin and sawdust. The nose develops into orchard fruits such as cherries. Vanilla, milk chocolate, honey, dried fruits and loads of pepper swirl in the mouth. Dry rye grass spices up the finish where these spices take forever to sizzle away.

High West “A Midwinter Night’s Dram”, Utah Rye, 49.3 abv                                                      60  

The robust spicy rye notes are still present in the glass, but as it sits, red fruit tempers that just a bit. As you taste, the spicy rye comes again to the forefront along with vanilla and more red fruit. The finish is warm and spice filled with hints of chocolate and fresh whipped cream with a dash of white pepper.

Woodford Reserve Very Fine Rare Bourbon, Kentucky, 45.2 abv                                       43     

 There's a decent amount of char smoke on the nose, but it's coupled with significant amounts of cherry fruit and baking spices. And since there's also a bit of a buttery pastry thing happening, that is likely to bring cherry pie to your thoughts. On the palate the bourbon is fairly tangy with a medium body and a nice alcohol bite. The finish is pleasant and of moderate length with more of the cherry flavor shining through.

Jameson 18yr. ‘Bow Street’, Ireland, 55.1 abv                                                33

Rich wood and hot ethanol make a quick introduction before letting huge sweet salted caramel notes take over. Toffee, vanilla, leather, oak, and subtle sherry notes sing for days and baking spices linger pleasantly.

Highland Park: The Dark, Scotland, 52.9 abv                                                38

Heavy dried fruit and strong cherry notes hide behind warm peat smoke. Dried orange, toasted almonds, and tannins help balance sweet and smoke on the palate.

Highland Park: The Light, Scotland, 52.9 abv                                                 38

Bright, zesty orchard fruit and lemon peel on top of lightly smoked meats. Smoke dominates the front of the palate before giving way to more sweet, light fruit notes, apricot, and riesling grapes. Smoke, fruit, and toffee meld together to create a mild and sweet finish.

Four Roses 2020 Limited Ed. Small Batch, Kentucky Bourbon, 55.7 abv                            32    

As you taste, rye spice comes through as well as a moderate oaky flavor, but the bourbon isn't too chewy or tannic. You can still find those fruit and sweet notes too. A bit of leather shows up as well. The finish is lengthy with a tangy, bittersweet profile as well as a touch of green vegetal notes.

Old Rip Van Winkle 10yr, Kentucky Bourbon, 53.5 abv                                                               70    

You’ll find maple sugar, butterscotch, nutmeg, and red hots. Dried fruits and caramel continue through a long finish.

Van Winkle Special Reserve 12yr, Kentucky Bourbon, 45.2 abv                        85

Highlighted by light aromas of dried mango, cocoa, fruit and spiced peach. Flavors of honey, oak and tobacco dance on the pallet. The finish is balanced and dry

Octomore 12.2., Islay Scotch, 57.3 abv                                                                                             35

Spending 18 months in sauternes casks adds a sweet pop of melon, peach, and honeysuckle to this phenolic, and extremely heavily peated whisky coming in at 129.7 ppm

Crown Royal 18yr., Canadian Rye, 40.0 abv                                                20

Thin wisps of spun sugar and vanilla on the nose beget a palate of the same; light and mellow vanilla, sugar, and oak. So velvety smooth that you’ll wonder if they forgot the alcohol.

Weller 12yr., Kentucky Bourbon, 45 abv                                                                                            35

Vanilla, orange peel, and chocolate all loaded up with warm baking spices.

Whistlepig Boss Hog Ed. 6, Samurai Scientist, Vermont Rye, 60.5 abv                             75

Spicy up front, with a bit of a savory and herbaceous qualities alongside the vanilla and charred oak.  A few drops of water open it up to reveal sweeter notes of apple and cardamom; it finishes dry but with a subtle fruit note.

Glenfiddich 23yr. Grand Cru, Speyside Scotch, 40 abv                                                              40

This is a lusciously rich dram landing sweetly on the palette with notes of toffee, pear, almond, and a bit of salt with a gentle floral finish.

NEW Barrel Seagrass Gray Label 16yr                                                 38

Mildly earthy sweet apricot accompanied by ethanol. Immediately warming musty oak, peach, and apricot; though more subdued and less bright than the standard Seagrass release, the balance is spot on. Rye spice and oak take center stage, with sweet peach cobbler and lemon zest.  

Suntory Yamazaki 18yr.,  Japan, 43 abv                                                                                               70   

 There is a rich and milky feel to the whisky. The flavors found here sound like they would make a fabulous dessert: dates, figs, honey, walnuts, and cinnamon. The finish is dry with those tastes pleasantly remaining on your palate.

Glenmorangie Signet, Highland Scotch, 46 abv                                        34

Powdered sugar, vanilla, coconut and raspberry sponge cake, lightly toasted marshmallow, ginseng, and oaky tannins. Toasted pecans, cloves, soft white pepper, slightly burnt toffee, and malty chocolate finish off.

Nikka Gold and Gold Samurai, Japan, 40 abv                                                                                 50  

 The nose is sweet. Aromas of vanilla, toffee, and sweet spice are evident. A drop of water brings soft, brown sugar. Buttery cinnamon biscuits, Christmas cake and rich malt add to the smooth, warm palate. Hints of ginger emerge, as the medium finish continues delivering the sweet spices evident throughout.

Jack Daniel’s Coy Hill, Tennessee, 70.25 abv                                                70

A rocket of red-hots laced ethanol escapes from this dram upon pouring. There is no doubt this juice is sporting over 70% alcohol content! Given time to rest; toasted nuts and sweet cherries tinged with maple toffee and rich leather.

Macallan 18yr., Speyside Scotch, 43 abv                                                                                           49

Sweet, dry sherry, salted butter on a toasted english muffin. Clean and uncomplicated, yet full and satisfying.

Red Spot, Cork County, Ireland, 46 abv                                                        50

Vanilla, caramel, orange, pineapple, gentle vanilla, creamy custard, and even a touch of watermelon. Rich and grainy, full, and weighty on the palate, although the finish is rather short, with flecks of cinnamon and clove.

Weller Full Proof  Bourbon, Kentucky , 114 proof                                                                     70

Having a nose of vanilla, dark cherries and caramel. On the palate, there is a balance of caramel and toasted oak. The finish is long, with notes of crème brûlée and chocolate.

Sullivans Cove Single Cask, Tasmania, 48 abv                                                                         55    

 A pretty high vanilla character all the way through, with Asian pear and Gala apples reigning throughout the first sip. The character develops with Tellicherry black peppercorns with the whisky finishing on the slightly smoky side..

Whistlepig 18yr. Double Malt, Canadian Rye, 46 abv                                                                  55

The nose brings together an interesting mix of lemon and tomato leaf. The palate is light with vanilla and bread notes up front. Some pepper notes perk up right near the finish.

NEW Pendleton Directors’ Reserve, Canadian Whiskey, 40 abv                        34

Warm buttery bread, hints of vanilla, coconut, and caramel drift around in a sea of soft brown butter toffee, pecan, and finally oaky molasses.

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Every pour is 2 ounces.

Bourbon & American

1792 Small Batch 8 yr., Kentucky, 46.9 abv


Fruits, custard, rye and coffee with hints of butterscotch.

1792 Full Proof, Kentucky, 62.5 abv


Scents of honey, bananas, pears and golden apple waft from the glass along with some faint phenol notes. These sweet and fruity aromas are repeated on the palate with a taste similar to Honey Nut Cheerios cereal sprinkled with cinnamon and clove. Some lemon oil tartness and slight bitterness come out in the finish.

291 Colorado Single Barrel Bourbon, Kentucky, 50 abv


A surprising fruity note strikes first on the nose, with pears and baked apples, followed by cocoa powder, vanilla bean, and baking spices. The palate is quite rich as it begins, shifting to tannic wood, with cinnamon, vanilla, spearmint, and dark chocolate. An extended finish offers char, molasses, and allspice.

A-O “Come Hell Or High Water” Batch 5, Astoria, OR, 40 abv


Malt was obvious on the nose. But it was joined by strawberry jam and cinnamon. There was a very light briny tang that was married to apricot and cinnamon on the front. Mid-palate suggested flavors of cereal, vanilla, and white grapefruit. Toffee, oak, and white pepper created the back.

Balcones Baby Blue, Texas, 46 abv


Rich vanilla followed up with a cornucopia of corn meal, corn bread, corn cakes and corn chips. Hints of yellow birthday cake, berry fruit leather and some roasted nuts.

Balcones Mirador, Texas, 55 abv


Under-ripe and green notes of pear, green apple skins and flower stems open up on the nose while the palate is green fruit with light herbal aromas suggesting green tea and honey with hints of fennel and lemongrass.The finish begins where the rich sweetness gets lifted by the citrus twang, drying to notes of sandalwood and marmalade.

Balcones Rum Cask Finish Single Malt, Texas, 62 abv


Rum notes jump out immediately with exotic fruits, vanilla cream, and coffee cake. The flavor profile compliments these aromas with fresh herbs, dried berries, gingerbread, and sugarcane. Has a lovely and lively finish.

STAFF PICK Balcones Texas Single Malt, Texas, 53 abv


Big, bold wood influence with caramel, dried fruits, ripe golden fruits, cashew nuts, and sweet spice.

NEW Barrell Armida, Indiana, 56.4 abv


This whisky takes a surprising and dramatic swing from sweet to dry. Pear and pear blossoms with vanilla greet the nose and palate. A big pop of Bartlett pear accompanied by light anise, burnt sugar or molasses, with tobacco and oak dominating the finish.

Barrell Dovetail, Indiana, 61.4 abv


Molasses translates beautifully to the palate, followed by notes of cane sugar, dark cherries, and a hint of barrel char. Finished in Cabernet, Rum, and Port casks.

Basil Hayden Toasted Barrel finished, Kentucky, 40 abv


Smells of light brown sugar, caramel toffee, buttered toast, a touch of cinnamon, and light smoke. Palate full of toffee, butterscotch, sweet bread, and a bit of almond. Notes of mild cinnamon, hazelnut, and leather finish.

Basil Hayden 10yr, Kentucky, 40 abv


Thick syrupy molasses and cola waft from the glass before buttered toast and black tea enter the playing field. A thin body and quick finish leaves hints of caramel and cloves. An easy sipper.

NEW Belle Meade, Tennessee, 54 abv


Caramel bomb. Vanilla, bitter dark chocolate, dark brown sugar, toffee, hints of stone fruit and tannins.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 Bib & Tucker 6 yr., Kentucky, 46 abv


Caramelized fruit and nutty brown bread, with a good kick of baking spice.

NEW Black Button Single Barrel Apple Brandy Finish, New York, 59.9 abv


Saccharine forest notes, like candied pine needles, licorice, and malt. Sweet honey and toffee on the front of the palate fades to lingering spiced apple pie and sun-cured oak.

Blade & Bow, Kentucky, 45.5 abv


A fairly sweet bourbon with vanilla fudge and coconut macaroon, before a surprising secondary note of cinnamon and baking spices rushes in. As it recedes, flavors of oak, toasted almonds, apricot preserves, peppermint and milk chocolate appear.

Blanton Single Barrel, Kentucky, 45 abv


Citrus balanced with vanilla and caramel and some very light floral notes.

Blood Oath Pact No. 7, Kentucky, 49.3 abv


It's spicy and fruity on the nose with the fruits being more peaches and nectarines. Char smoke and vanilla make their appearances as well. It's moderately full and creamy on the palate. There's a tangy, slightly bitter and spicy ending.

Booker's 2021-02 “Tagalong Batch”, Kentucky, 64 abv


Dark and earthy, like old wood and loam with notes of black cherry. Smooth rich caramel and vanilla swirl around more fresh cherry and a pleasant cleansing burn from the high abv.

Booker's 2021-03 “Bardstown Batch”, Kentucky, 62.75 abv


Deep and complex flavors of vanilla, nuts and oak. Complex and deep mid palate; peanuts, baking spice, wheat biscuits.

Buffalo Trace, Kentucky, 40 abv


Brown sugar, toffee apple, sweet oak, custard, oily espresso beans, a touch of chocolate-covered raisins and toasty wood.

Calumet Farm 14yr., Kentucky, 48.1 abv


Heavy notes on the nose of oak and molasses are rolled back as light scents of fresh corn, wood sugars and hay present. Smooth flavors of oak and char subside to reveal complex sensations of toasted grains, toffee and vanilla. The long finish leaves the palate with a subtle dryness followed by lasting flavors of rye and dark fruit.

Colonel E.H. Taylor Single Barrel, Kentucky, 50 abv


Some pretty spicy notes, rich with oak. Then sweet and buttery, with a surprising hint of orange peel. Some tobacco smokiness follows with a very long finish.

Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch, Kentucky, 50 abv


Corn sweetness blended with rye spiciness and cinnamon. Very rich and creamy vanilla finish.

Copperworks Release No. 38, Seattle WA, 50 abv


Aromas of browned butter, orange cream, and grapefruit peel followed by ripe blackberry and spice. Flavors of honeydew, cut hay, Thai basil, and melon rind lead to a finish of blackberry, tomato vine, fruit, and a slight, sweet brininess.

Eagle Rare 10yr., Kentucky, 45 abv


Its complexity starts with fruit flavors of dark cherries, red apples and bananas. Then the spices of cinnamon, clove and allspice kick in. These are rounded by honey, caramel, milk chocolate, vanilla and toasty oak.

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof 12 yr., Kentucky, 62.1 abv


Browning apples and orange peel, rich rye spice and a helping of cinnamon.

Elijah Craig 18yr. Single Barrel, Kentucky Bourbon, 45 abv 


The nose on this bourbon is invigorating and swirls with complexity. The vanilla and caramel flavors are expected but charred oak plows through without overwhelming the whiskey’s delivery.

Elmer T Lee Single Barrel, Kentucky, 45 abv


Warm with an inviting baked apple crisp with vanilla ice cream aroma. The palate finds more oats, apples, cinnamon, caramel and oak. The finish is long and spicy with the cinnamon

 “Old Ezra”, Ezra Brooks 7yr Barrel Strength, Kentucky, 58.5 abv


Notes of cherry, marzipan, figs, and a hint of anise play alongside the charred oak and vanilla.

Four Roses Single Barrel, Kentucky, 50 abv


Tart stone fruits, prunes, spices, morello cherries, cocoa and vanilla.

Four Roses S/B Barrel Strength OBSQ, Kentucky, 62.9 abv


Starting with a nose of oak, caramel, spice, vanilla, floral, dark fruit and an herbal nature with bits of roasted corn. Followed on the palate with more oak, spice, vanilla, olde candy, herbal, char, dark fruit and a bit of roasted grain.

Four Roses Small Batch Select, Kentucky, 52 abv


Cocoa powder dusted dark chocolate truffles shine through on the nose, with spearmint gum, spicy oak, and earthy-leather undertones. The palate offers salted caramel and peanut shells, along with licorice, oak, and baking spices, with a bit of a sharp astringency coming through towards the back.

Freeland Bourbon, Oregon, 46 abv


Soft caramel and baked berries layered with vanilla bean, cocoa and spice.

George Dickel 13 yr Bottled in Bond, Tennessee, 50 abv


Aromas of brandied fruit, baking spices, and crusty bread emerge at an even pace and the palate is rich with classic black pepper and caramel.

George Dickel 15yr. Single Barrel, Tennessee, 50.4 abv


The nose shows brown butter, caramel, and apples, especially on further nosings. There's some char smoke and oak also, but they're both really integrated with the sweet notes on the palate. Lots of cinnamon here too, but again, the whiskey is moderately sweet to make this an easy sipper.

Heaven’s Door, Tennessee, 42 abv


Vanilla takes center stage on the palate, along with sweet grape juice, cedar wood, nutmeg, and cloves. A medium length, sweet finish again showcases vanilla, along with oak and spice.

Henry McKenna 10 yr. Bottled in Bond, Kentucky, 50 abv


Spicy aromas followed closely by mint, orange peel and Nilla Wafers. Caramel, toffee and vanilla, then the rye kicks in with menthol, wood spices and citrus.

High West Campfire, Utah, 46 abv


Honey, leather, tobacco, pine resin. Smoke and peat, blueberries and toffee.

Hillrock Solera Aged Bourbon, New York, 46 abv


Adored for its caramel, sweet fruit, spicy and sweet flavor notes.

Hudson Baby, New York, 46 abv


Marzipan and candied ginger, with a thick layer of caramel on top.

I.W. Harper 15 yr, Kentucky, 43 abv


The nose is soft and mildly sweet, with vanilla, oak, toasted almond, freshly baked pound cake and a hint of orange blossom. On the palate is an initial wave of sweetness and grain notes appear immediately, giving way to cinnamon, oak and hints of dried plum and chocolate.

NEW Jack Daniel’s 10yr, Tennessee, 48.5 abv


A wash of dry oaky tannin, leather, tobacco, and a hint of sweet tropical fruit.

Jack Daniel’s Sinatra, Tennessee, 45 abv


Honey, applejack and ripe peaches on the nose, but it's on the palate that the Sinatra barrel makes itself known. On-the-stove caramel, vanilla and peppery smoke prevail. The extra sweetness is balanced nicely by the higher proof.

Jack Daniels Single Barrel, Tennessee, 47 abv


Honey, popcorn, and cinnamon countered by punchy peppery notes.

Jefferson's Ocean Aged At Sea, Kentucky, 45 abv


Solid wood, strong sugar cane with caramel, corn, syrupy, salty vanilla.

Jefferson's Ocean Wheated, Kentucky, 45 abv


Oak and sea with soft notes of custard and caramel in the background.

Joseph Magnus sherry & cognac finish, 50 abv


Sweet and spicy with sour berry, rich raisin, cinnamon and clove.  Oily, chocolatey, and fruity but dry finish accentuated by the sherry and cognac casks.

Knob Creek 12 yr., Kentucky, 50 abv


First up is vanilla pound cake, heavy oak and leather. Sweet vanilla and marshmallow give way to stronger notes of black and white pepper, spicy oak, and roasted peanuts.

Knob Creek 15 yr., Kentucky, 50 abv


Tangy and spicy while being dry, but not too dry. Some herbal notes and cherry add some complexity and there's a touch of leather found as well. Overall the oak is really nicely integrated here. The middle is sweet and the finish is bitter.

Koval Single Barrel Bourbon, Illinois, 47 abv


Ethanol is first to meet the nose, followed by hints of tropical fruit, warm butter, and white pepper, originating from the 51% / 49% corn/millet mashbill. Sweet caramel washes around dried fruit, apricot, chalk candies, and tajin coated mango. Certified organic!

Larceny Barrel Proof Batch B521, Kentucky, 60.5 abv


Flavors and aromas of candied apple, milk chocolate, vanilla, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, allspice and nutmeg mingle well with its more oaky characteristics and subtle char. The finish is slightly hot, but the flavors linger on nicely.

 Little Book (Booker’s) Chapter 4: Lessons Honored, Kentucky, 61.2 abv


The nose has the aroma of steamed rice and cooked barley with a bit of baking spice and honey. The palate shows more of that earthy, roasted grain character, but some Meyer lemon citrus cuts through, as does tart dried cherry, clove, nutmeg, black pepper, vanilla, caramel and English breakfast tea.

NEW Leopold Bros. Straight Bourbon, Colorado, 50 abv


Graham crackers and stewed fruits, earthy dry vanilla, damp wool, honey-nut Cheerios, black pepper and sweet malt fade to drying and spicy oak.

Maker’s Mark Cask Strength Batch 21-08, Kentucky, 56 abv


Savory and sweet graham cracker, toasted oak, and marshmallow. Then, cinnamon and cask strength wheat, vanilla, and honey.

Maker's Mark 46, Kentucky, 47 abv


Nutmeg, mulled wine spices, allspice, cinnamon. And a hint of hot apple juice.

Mccarthy's Oregon Single Malt Whiskey, Oregon, 41.5 abv


Smoke, mesquite BBQ, and bitter dark chocolate.

Mccarthy's 6 yr. Oregon Single Malt Whiskey, Oregon, 50 abv


Honeyed barbeque sauce, smoldering campfire, toasted chestnut, Islay peat smoke

Michter's Small Batch Bourbon, Kentucky, 45.7 abv


Barley sugar and raisins, spicy with juicy fruit and cinnamon, kick of black pepper.

Michter’s Toasted Barrel Finish, Kentucky, 45.7 abv


Fresh tilled soil, mushrooms, and sweet honey on the nose. Caramel and partially burnt marshmallow dominate the palate, light oak and chestnut follow as sweet notes fade

NEW Noah’s Mill, Kentucky, 57 abv


Cinnamon, brown sugar, spicy ginger, a big pop of tannins, tobacco, and a hint of woodsy cedar continue into a long finish that seems to sweeten as it fades.

Old Elk Wheated, Colorado, 44 abv


A honey forward nose with a citrusy background gives way to a bold corn flavor complemented by touches of caramel, oak, and vanilla

Old Forester 1870 ‘Original Batch’, Kentucky, 45 abv


Aromas of light vanilla, rich caramel and toasted oak with notes of apple, pear and brown sugar makes for an enticing nose. Light in the mouth, with medium oak and cinnamon flavors offset by sweet notes of baked apples, vanilla, and mint.

Old Forester 1920 ‘Prohibition Style’, Kentucky, 57.5 abv


Cherry preserves, dark caramel, malt nuttiness, smoky toasted marshmallow finish

Penelope 4-Grain Barrel Strength Bourbon, Kentucky, 57.6 abv


Bright apricot and raspberry tempered with sweet caramel. Lingering cinnamon, allspice, and oak.

Ransom “The Emerald” Straight American Whiskey, Oregon, 43.8 abv


Earthy and herbaceous, smoke & wine cask dregs. Spicy and mildly bitter finish.

NEW Redemption Wheated Straight, Indiana, 48 abv


A plume of vanilla and hazelnut meets the nose. More vanilla and tart apples, sun-dried oak, cinnamon candies, peppered cured meat. Oakey, dry and spicy finish.

NEW Rock Hill Farms, Kentucky, 50 abv


The nose opens with light summer cherries, berries, baked apples, and light hay. Then, a dose of leather and oak, allspice, vanilla, toasted sugar, and finally rye spice.

NEW Rowan’s Creek, Kentucky, 50 abv


Light orchard fruit, brown sugar, and cedar accompany sweet black tea and honey with oak and tannins ramping up on the finish.

NEW Smoke Wagon Uncut Unfiltered, Nevada, 56.6 abv


Powerful and chewy dark fruits swirl around notes of chocolate, leather, and oak. 

Stagg Jr., Kentucky, 64.2 abv


Dark sweets, wood, cinnamon heavy spice, vanilla and a light bit of cocoa, fruit leather and sweet tobacco.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 The Wiseman, Kentucky, 45.4


A mild and smooth dram. Predominantly caramel and allspice with a hint of orchard fruit, dry oak, and leather.

NEW Trail’s End 8yr, Oregon, 45 abv


Nutty, brown sugar sweetness, woodsy, sour cherry, caramel, pralines, a drying finish with oaky tannins.

Uncle Nearest 1856, Tennessee, 50 abv


Spicy up front, fading into a long vanilla finish. In between are notes of rye spice, vanilla, cinnamon, and oak.

Vinn Whiskey, Oregon, 43 abv


Cocoa, pralines, graham, candied nuts, cinnamon heavy spice and light touches of vanilla, oak and grainy sweetness.

Wanderback Whiskey Batch No. 3 (ex-port cask), Oregon, 45 abv


A smooth single malt, finished in Port casks, with notes of pecan, dried dark fruit, and cocoa nibs.

Wanderback Whiskey Batch No. 5 (ex-Balcones cask), Oregon, 45 abv


Wildflower honey, cayenne pepper, cumin, orange marmalade and baking spices, spicy cinnamon and warm ginger.

Wellers Special Reserve, Kentucky, 45 abv


A balance of vanilla, savoury nuts, caramel, and a touch of spice.

Wellers Antique 107, Kentucky, 53.5 abv


Caramel, honey, dark fruit, spice, wood, and cocoa with a long finish.

Westland Sherry Wood, Washington, 46 abv


The aroma shows lots of orchard fruits along with their skins and as you continue to drink a bit of orange peel and chocolate are revealed. The whiskey has a light to moderate body along with a mild sweetness.

Westward American Single Malt, Oregon, 45 abv


Malted barley, spicy, vanilla and cinnamon flavor notes.

STAFF PICK  Westward Oregon Stout Cask, Oregon, 45 abv


A taste of oak is present throughout the sip,but the stout is strong, and it releases the flavor of coffee and roasted cocoa nibs. Warm toasted pecan and malt linger.

Westward Pinot Noir Cask, Oregon, 50 abv


Dried red fruits  roasted barley, tangerine skin, and a hint of dried hops.

Westward X Ken’s Artisan Sourdough, Oregon, 45 abv


Cocoa bean, bright peach and pineapple notes. With rye spice, more juicy peach, coconut, macaroons and melon. Leading into sandalwood, nutmeg and orange peel on the finish.

Whiskey Del Bac, Mesquite Smoked Single Malt, Arizona, 45 abv


Smoke is dominant, though oak and dried chile, trailing spice in their wake, add to the complexity of the nose. Emerging on the palate is a nice smoky sweetness reminiscent of campfire-toasted s'mores to which a perverse adult has added a smear of chipotle en adobo.

Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit, Kentucky, 50.5


Leather and oak notes balance the generous amounts of caramel, vanilla, orange, and cinnamon.

Wild Turkey Longbranch, Kentucky, 43 abv


Pecan, cinnamon, leather, and tobacco along with gentle smoke are to be found on the nose. Slick on the palate, the bourbon has a medium-light body. Flavorwise, you'll find vanilla and sweet corn take over along with some toffee and apple skins. Closes with a bittersweet back note and mild smoke.

Willett Pot Still Reserve, Kentucky, 47


Wood characteristics with the addition of leather and rye bread. Caramel, floral, herbal and apple notes.

Woodford Reserve Double Oaked, Kentucky, 45 abv


Sweet oaken character with developing fruit, vanilla, and caramel notes.

NEW Woodinville Port Cask Finished Bourbon, Washington, 45 abv


Intense nose of rich oak, brown sugar, and vanilla. Peach, cherry, plum, and caramel coat the palate. Hints of Concord grape exit with soft oak tannins and cinnamon baking spice.

Woodinville PX Sherry Cask Finished Bourbon, Washington, 47.5 abv


Grains, hay, nice sour lactic notes, and cashew on the nose. The palate is nice and light, gently sweet and very quaffable. Still, it is balanced with richer notes of honey, custard, nutmeg and baked apple. It finishes sweet and chewy.

Woodinville Straight Bourbon, Washington,  45 abv


Brown sugar, bananas and nuts, spicy herbal vanilla and a hint of raw wood.

Wyoming Single Barrel, Wyoming, 44 abv


The nose showcases vanilla custard, dark chocolate, and baking spices, along with touches of citrus zest. The palate is a bit soft at first and offers ginger snaps, along with a chocolate-malt rich sweetness. There's also biscuit, buttery pie crust, oak, and vanilla. The lengthy finish showcases apple crumb cake, black pepper, ginger, and spearmint, along with more dry oak and spice.

Yellowstone, Amarone barrel finished, Kentucky, 50.5


Nose of caramel, raisin, chocolate-covered raspberries, baking spice, and vanilla. Dark fruit jam and citrus on the palate with accompanying spicy ginger, clove, and oak to balance the Amarone wine sweetness.

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Aberlour 12 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Orange and lemon notes, then some vanilla and toffee.

Aberlour 16 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Bursting with lush plum, raisin and light floral notes.

Aberlour 18 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


The sherry is prominent in the nose, but don’t be fooled, this is still whisky. Big with fruit, the nose boasts ripe peach and apricot, warm vanilla and plump raisins. Ripe juicy orange, chocolate covered raisins, peach marmalade and vanilla spice cake round out this supple whisky that finishes long with cocoa, cinnamon and orange zest.

Aberlour A'Bunadh, Speyside, 59.9 abv


Cloves, malt stewed plums and raw cinnamon with a touch of tobacco.

Ardbeg An Oa, Islay, 46.6 abv


Notes of cigars and golden syrup flapjacks with sweet black tea on the tail and hints of chocolate limes.

NEW Ardbeg Ardcore, Islay, 46 abv


Green apple, white lightning, peppercorn, and barbequed pineapple. A burst of intense dark chocolate, salted toffee, anise, and smoldering campfire embers from the black malt barley.

Ardbeg Arrrrrrrrrrdbeg!, Islay, 51.8 abv


Aromas of smoked banana and pears drift to some rye bread, sweet vanilla toffee and a gentle anise breeze. On the palate, a blunderbuss ignites fruity aromas such as melons and kiwis. An armada of anise appears, accompanied by smoked toffee and a hint of sweet sourdough rolls

NEW Ardbeg Corryvreckan, Islay, 57.1 abv


Herbal and buttery, like roasting chicken. Medicinal, briney, smoked meat, hot tarmac, pine and herbal notes sing underneath classic Islay peat smoke.

Ardbeg Scorch, Islay, 46 abv


Sweet and juicy at first, then smoky and spicy before everything melts together very nicely. The sweetness has a confected and old fashioned sweet shop feel. It is full of cinder toffee, butterscotch, honey lozenges, fruity boiled sweets and candy canes. Then comes the smoke almost immediately after. This has a burnt biscuit-like quality and then becomes ashy, hot and drying.

Ardbeg Scorch Committee Release 2021, Islay, 51.7 abv


On the nose, frighteningly intense aromas of soot and smoke lie in wait. Hints of aniseed and fragrant patchouli interlace with bold notes of quenched steel and saddle soap. Take a sip and experience layer upon layer of flavor. An oily mouthfeel grips the senses. Billowy clouds of sweet smoke and dragon charred oak permeate the palate, while grilled fare and black licorice weave between notes of medicinal lozenge.

Ardbeg Wee Beastie, Islay, 47.4 abv


Saltwater taffy, raspberry syrup, candied pears, and fudge. The finish offers soil and seaweed, seasoned with salt and pepper, as well as a light touch of dried fruits.

Auchentoshan American Oak, Lowlands, 40 abv


Bounty bars, citrus peels and peaches. A bit buttery, with golden barley and oak spice.

Auchentoshan Three Wood, Lowlands, 43 abv


Rich. Liqueur cherries in dark chocolate, sherried fruit, ripe dark forest fruits.

Auchentoshan Virgin Oak, Lowlands, 46 abv


Wood spices are fairly prominent on the nose along with wood dust and raw barley. Another note that comes across is pine and vanilla. The whisky is just a touch sweet with a hint of pears.

NEW Bladnoch Samsara, Lowland, 46.7 abv


California wine cask finish is prevalent at first with peach, vanilla, and orange zest. Sweet malt, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, and a hint of white pepper. 

Balvenie 12 yr. Single Barrel, Speyside, 47.8 abv


Allspice and toffee apples. Cooked fruit and baking spices, hints of sponge cake and creamy caramel.

Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Sweet creamy vanilla with notes of apples and mangoes, hint of orange.

Bowmore 12 yr., Islay, 40 abv


Vanilla, perfumed smoke, and coastal elements. Dark Peat. Blossom, oily sweetness.

Bowmore 15 yr., Islay, 44 abv


Dark & punchy. Syrupy sherry notes. Lovely, creamy toffee and smoky malt.

Bowmore 18 yr., Islay, 43 abv


A perfect harmony of sweet and savory notes. The foreground is honey and black jam. Diving a bit further you discover seaweed, salted caramel, and cinnamon spices.

STAFF PICK Bruichladdich Bere Barley 2012, Islay, 50 abv


Apple-buttered oatmeal, sweet malt, cereals, rice pudding, pears, a tinge of citrus, salted toffee and fudge.

Bruichladdich Classic Laddie, Islay, 46 abv


The barley really shines through on the nose with bright fruity flavors of apple and citrus followed by sweet, round cereal malts and demerara sugar.

NEW Bruichladdich Port Charlotte 10yr., Islay, 50 abv


Burnt graham crackers, honey, a touch of banana gentle waft from this dram. Sweet and lightly smokey malt gives way to oatmeal cookies, herbal hay, saline, and iodine. Oily, rich, and extremely well balanced.

Bunnahabhain 12 yr., Islay, 46.3 abv


Fresh, sweet, seaweed on the nose followed by a soft nutty sherry sweetness. Slightly coastal with a balanced salty tang.

Caol Ila 12 yr., Islay, 43 abv


Hints of autumn rise out of the glass with apples, pears, and scents of the season's first fires. This is followed by sea grass and black tea.

Clynelish 14 yr., Highland, 46 abv


Orange, soft acidity. Dry oak. Mixed fruits, vanilla, leather.



Primarily an intriguing blend of Laphroiag’s seaweed barbeque and Bowmore’s smoked tropical fruits. Oily smoke, seashells, sage, sweet pineapple, clove. The final entry to the ‘No Name’ series.

NEW Compass Box Orchard House, 46 abv


Pear butter on slightly burnt toast, creamy toffee and ginger spice. Vanilla, oak, and cinnamon fade slowly.

Compass Box The Peat Monster, Blended, 46 abv


Smoke, honey, fruit, butter, graham, cinnamon oil, vanilla and a bit of cakey sweetness with a looong finish of smoke, honey, butter, cinnamon and fruit.

Compass Box Story of the Spaniard, Blended, 43 abv


Oily sherry sweetness, complex dried dark and orchard fruit, fruit candy sweetness and some bits of honey, toffee and spice.  

Dalmore 12 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Dark honey aroma with sherry coming through on the taste with cinnamon, dried fruits, bitter chocolate, and espresso.

Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve, Highland, 44 abv


The nose offers bright orange peel, rich aromas of figs and raisins followed by dry Baker’s chocolate, nutty sherry notes and just a whisper of delicate smoke. The palate is robust with ripe tropical fruit, raisins and orange zest. This is followed by dark chocolate, vanilla and unctuous sherry notes. This whisky finishes long and spicy with hints of fennel, sharp ginger and rich vanilla notes.

Dalmore Portwood Reserve, Highland, 46.5 abv


Clove studded orange, rich raspberry and prune, touch of sponge cake.

Dalwhinnie 15 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Malty. Walnuts steeped in manuka honey with vanilla sponge.

Deanston 12 yr., Highland, 46.3 abv


One of the first aromas that stands out is wool. Other flavors found are bright lemon zest, breakfast tea and vanilla

NEW Deanston 17yr, 2002 Organic PX Sherry Finish, Highland, 49.3 abv


Dried fruits, caramel, raisins, dates, maple syrup, sour berries, and honey. 

Deanston 18 yr., Highland, 46.3 abv


Minty-fresh, with a hint of milk chocolate, orchard fruits, as well as a touch of dried grass and ripe banana.

Glen Grant 12 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Rich, sweet red apple notes. Golden barley in the background.

Glendronach 12 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Fruits, buttery pain au chocolat, a little marmalade on toast before becoming firmer and nuttier with spiced raisins.

Glendronach 18 yr. Allardice, Highland, 46 abv


Big sugary raisins, sour plums, dates, cinnamon, and allspice with a big dark woody middle. Sugared almonds and butter, with a bit of grainy wood finish.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 Glendronach Port Wood, Highland, 46 abv


The nose shows as a sherry bomb with prunes, sultanas and a touch of rancio, along with warm cherry pie topped with vanilla ice cream. The palate is rich and waxy, with clover honey, berries, ginger chews, candied orange zest and spicy oak. The finish is warming and moderate in length with milk chocolate, fruitcake and peaches in syrup.

Glenfarclas 12 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Light and creamy, notes of date and walnut cake, Oloroso sherry, earthy forest floor. Spicy and long finish with a note of toffee apple and a touch of smoke.

Glenfiddich 12 yr., Speyside, 40 abv


Light, floral, light spices. Very smooth. Great entry Scotch for the uninitiated.

Glenfiddich 14 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Rich, sweet, creamy toffee, woody spices, candied orange peel and fresh toasted oak.

Glenfiddich Fire & Cane, Speyside, 43 abv


A Highland peat campfire, with oak notes and toffee; baked apple and soft smoke.

Glengoyne 10yr., Highland, 43 abv


Tart apples and toasted caramel with a bit of milk chocolate. A slightly bitter espresso finish that is surprisingly pleasing.

Glengoyne 21 yr., Highland, 43 abv


The initial impressions are those of a classic sherry-cask-aged whisky, with plenty of fruits, like red dried plums in this instance, and toasted barley. This Glengoyne is mostly fruity, floral and gently spicy.

Glenkinchie 12 yr., Lowlands, 43 abv


Mix of stewed fruits, dessert wine, apple peels and honey. Finishes quite oaky.

Glenlivet 15yr French Oak, Speyside, 40 abv


An aroma of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal first comes to mind upon bringing the whisky to your nose. As you taste, more sweets are unearthed such as butterscotch and vanilla cream.

Glenmorangie 18 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Tinned citrus, lychee, very creamy, sweet vanilla

NEW  Glenmorangie The Cadboll Estate 15yr, Highland, 43 abv


An incredibly delicate dram; citrus and buttery oak play well with salted caramel, hints of banana, and white pepper

Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or, Highland, 46 abv


Apricot, peach, and honey. Grains, ginger, and cinnamon come through as well as white grapes, coconut, and vanilla round out the sweet notes.

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 14 yr.., Highland, 46 abv


Chocolate mousse, bourbon biscuits, orange oil, toasted almonds, black currant and dark chocolate.

Glenrothes 10 yr., Speyside 40 abv


Tootsie roll in a glass. Chocolate and cinnamon with cream and nutty elements.

Glen Scotia Double Cask, Campbelltown, 46 abv


Vibrant fruit emerges with fudge and a dusting of powdered sugar.  Powerfully oily with hints of sherry.

Glen Scotia 15 yr., Campbelltown, 46 abv


Candied ginger, lemon & grapefruit peel, and ripe stone fruits add texture. A cedar-wood spice note with a puff of smoke dries the sweetness toward the finish.

Glen Scotia Victoriana, Campbelltown, 51.5 abv


Some sweet, oxidized citrus and nutty flavors suggest some sherry casks in the mix, as does the burnt sunset-orange color. There is also a heavy oatmeal/spice/cereal element. Pleasing milk chocolate, caramel and gingerbread spices round out the flavor profile into the finish.

Hazelburn 13yr, Campbelltown, 47.4 abv


The nose of this shows gentle smoke, light nuts, sultana raisins, grilled peaches, fresh grain, vanilla, and savory spices. The palate has an initial richness from the oloroso barrel that gives way to raisins, gentle smoke, grilled peaches, honeycomb, and turned soil, savory nutmeg and clove.

Highland Park 12 yr. Viking Honour, Highland, 40 abv


Grilled orange. Notes of granary toast and green tea with jasmine.

Highland Park 15yr. Viking Heart, Highland, 44 abv


Rich and spicy aromas of crème brulee, heather honey and crumbled cinnamon followed by fresh pineapple, a scattering of lemon zest, freshly-baked vanilla sponge cake and lightly smokey peated cinnamon.

Highland Park, Cask Strength, Highland, 63.9 abv


Aromas of ripe sweet pear and light peat smoke. Syrupy pear and almond cake topped with sea salt, white pepper and anise to finish.

Isle of Jura 10 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Oily, subtle spice, earthy vanilla pod, chocolate covered raisins. A hint of smoke.

Johnnie Walker Blue, Blended Scotch, 40 abv


Take a sip and find dates, and floral notes with a touch of spice, but the smoldering peat does sneak up on you.

Kilchoman Sanaig, Islay, 46 abv


Boasting tropical fruit and preserved lemon peel, with brine and peat on the palate.. Dark chocolate-covered raisins and black pepper play well with a touch of plum.

Lagavulin 8 yr., Islay, 48 abv


Smokey peat appears first on the palate, followed by coriander seed, barley sugar, cumin powder, smoked kipper and marzipan.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 Lagavulin 11yr. Nick Offerman Guinness Edition, Islay, 46 abv


The nose is a mix of smoldering smoke and peat with roasty coffee notes, cocoa powder, and bitter-herbal hops. The palate showcases Baker's chocolate and fresh-pulled espresso crema up front, followed by malted milk balls, spearmint, campfire, and oak. The Guinness also imparts a bit of velvety viscosity to the spirit, while dampening the smokiness and boosting the bitter.

Lagavulin 16 yr., Islay, 43 abv


A massive mouthful of malt and sherry with fruity sweetness, powerful peat and oak.

Laphroaig 10 yr., Islay, 40 abv


Seaweed-led, with a hint of vanilla ice cream, cardamom/black pepper/chilli.

NEW Linkwood 12yr Flora and Fauna, Speyside, 43 abv


An extremely delicate dram, but well rounded. Apples, haygrass, honey, light vanilla, with a touch of white pepper, pine, and citrus.

Loch Lomond 12 yr., Highland, 40 abv


Creamy vanilla ice cream over brown sugar laden apple pie. Five spice and orchard fruits with drying vanilla and wood finish.

Loch Lomond 18 yr., Highland, 40 abv


Nutty brown bread with a layer of blackcurrant jam. Slight smokiness along the way.

STAFF PICK Macallan Harmony, Speyside, 44 abv


Chocolate fondant, honey, oak, zesty lime and ginger on the nose before a palate of dark chocolate, honey, dates, vanilla and cinnamon.

Macallan 12 yr., Speyside, 43 abv


Sherry, plums, powdered sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Monkey Shoulder, Speyside, 43 abv


Sunshiney orange marmalade with a drizzling of honey on warm toast.

Mortlach 12yr. "Wee Witchie", Speyside, 43.4 abv


Baked apples, bananas, and nutmeg are a delight combined with a creamy texture.

NEW Mortlach 16yr, Speyside, 43.4 abv


Gingersnaps and orange peel, chestnuts, raisins, ginger and a hint of peat smoke,

Oban 14 yr., Highland, 43 abv


Pears, sea salt, heather, toasted barley, and a touch of earthy peat smoke.

Oban Distillers Edition, Highland, 43 abv


Creamy and soft on the palate with light sea salt, peanut brittle, and dark caramel. The dram is slightly more chewy than the Oban 14, but still retains the mild heather and peat smoke profile.

Old Pulteney Navigator, Highland, 46 abv


Drips of honey and syrup-y orange, a salty finish sneaks up from nowhere.

Orphan Barrel Muckety-Muck 24yr, Lowland, 45 abv


Fruity notes like pear and apple skins come through strongly. A medium light body with a crème brûlée sweetness, but the finish is moderately spicy and  bittersweet.

Royal Brackla 12yr., Highland, 40 abv


Strong nutty and sweet sherry permeates the air around this pour. Malt, almond paste, black pepper, drying oak, fruit and honey finish with very little burn.

Tobermory 12yr., Highlands (Mull), 46.3 abv


The nose is quite earthy with a hint of sweet malt and vanilla custard, but also some orange zest. Just a tinge of copper coins and plenty of minerality. The prominent barley notes on the palate are accompanied by vibrant citrus flavors, quickly followed by a hit of oak shavings and spices—this is where the virgin oak makes its presence known. Rather rich and pretty well put together

NEW + STAFF PICK  Tobermory 17yr., Highlands (Mull), 55.9 abv


Sweet malty vanilla juxtaposed with sharp fruity raspberry, heavily spiced fruitcake, viscous toffee, burnt caramel, light orange zest, and a snippet of oak and leather.

NEW Tobermory 21yr., Highlands (Mull), 55.9 abv


Pear and dried fruit with spiced orange, toffee, bitter chocolate, and rich oak. Subtle vanilla and spiced orange linger with traces of vanilla.

Tomatin Cuatro Pedro Ximenez, Highland, 46 abv


Full bodied with peppery spice, Oolong tea, liquorice, almonds, and creme brulee.

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291 Single Barrel, Colorado, 50.8 abv


Dark chocolate is showcased on the nose, with apricots, raspberries, and syrupy trail mix. The palate is rich, with chocolate and spearmint to the tune of thin mint cookies, as well as salted chocolate truffles, cedar box, and baking spices.

291 Barrel Proof Single Barrel, 64.5 abv


Viscous caramel, citrusy hops, and tropical fruit notes followed by a wave of peppery spice, dark dried fruit and earthy baking spices.

Alberta Premium Cask Strength, Canada, 66.0 abv


Caramel and vanilla mingle with dark chocolate and dark stone fruit. Complex rye spices linger on the palate alongside buttery vanilla custard.

STAFF PICK Angel’s Envy, Kentucky, 50 abv


Gingerbread and molasses play off maple sugar candies.

Balcones Texas Rye, Texas, 50 abv


The nose offers apple pie topped with a cinnamon crumble crust. The palate is somewhat hot on entry and showcases cacao nibs, tobacco, dark chocolate, and malt. A fleeting but robust finish brings dry oak, cedar, and sawdust.

Barrell Seagrass, 59.2 abv


Apricot jam and peach preserves lead off on the nose, along with spearmint, anise, and rye spice. The palate is big, and multi-layered with notes of dark chocolate and cacao, raspberries, and thyme, followed by molasses, maple syrup, and Seville oranges. The finish offers vanilla, pecan pie, cinnamon, and cloves, with dried fruits and a lengthy, warming flourish of heat.

Basil Hayden's Dark {Port Wine Fortified}, Kentucky, 40 abv


Sugary grapey spice with a bit of vanilla, sour fruit and a touch of oak.

STAFF PICK  Blackened x Willett Madeira cask finish, 54.8 abv


Sweet-simmered rhubarb and brown sugar butter, corn husk, vanilla bean, cigar box and ripe fig on the nose. A mouth-warming symmetry of buttery caramel & earthy mint on the palate, with a degree of raspberry sweetness from the Madeira cask-finish, balancing with the rustic notes of fresh cut hay from the high rye and rolling into a white pepper, cinnamon butter & walnut finish.

Colonel E.H. Taylor Straight Rye, Kentucky, 50 abv


Bottled in bond with notes of rye spice, vanilla, caramel, fruit, oak, black tea, cinnamon, leather, nutmeg, and a bit of pepper.

Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye, Virginia, 58 abv


Very buttery with rye grassiness, vanilla, baking spices and a little oak. A long finish with buttery baking spices.

Doc Swinson’s Straight Rye, Indiana, 47.5 abv


Aromas of cedar plank, spiced raisin bread, dressed fennel salad, and Irish soda bread with a satiny, crisp, dryish light-to-medium body and a tingling, interesting, medium-length dill, chocolate, and roasted peanuts finish.

NEW Found North 16yr. Cask Strength, 57.1 abv


Warming cinnamon and cayenne spice, dark berry fruits, and surprisingly sweet caramel with loads of rye/baking spice. An exceptional and well balanced rye.

NEW Frey Ranch, Nevada, 50 abv


This 100% rye has a soft nose of orange peel and dried wheat. Sweet toasted sugar initially greets you before extremely drying leather and oak dominate the mid-palate, ending with dark stone fruit and a hint of herbaceous caramel.

NEW George Dickel Leopold Bros Collaboration blend, Denver/Tennesee, 50 abv


A creamy malt with herbal an herbal underpinning, cinnamon roll, sage, and green tea. Tasting lower than its proof makes it approachable  but crescendoing to chai spice, nutmeg, and buttery apples reminds you that it is, in fact, high rye whiskey.

Heaven’s Door Straight Rye, Tennessee, 46 abv


The nose begins with lingonberries and waxy leaves, as well as sour cherries, violets, and rosebuds, followed by a more traditional line of rye spice, oak, and cinnamon. The palate is rich with vanilla upfront, with chocolate syrup, green oak, and the burnt corner pieces from a brownie tray. A short finish shifts to astringent oak, with spearmint, and baking spices heavy on the cloves.

High West Double Rye, Utah, 46 abv


Thick and warming, honeyed cereals, vanilla, cinnamon, pepper and hazelnut.

Jefferson’s Straight Rye Cognac Finish, Kentucky, 47 abv


Sweet stewed fruit, white grapes and cinnamon on the nose. Peaches, honey, and more cinnamon finish with lightly bitter orange peel and nutmeg

Michter’s Straight, Kentucky, 42.4 ab


Rye spice, citrus, vanilla, oak, candy, butterscotch, a bit of Smarties and Candy Corn.

New Riff, Kentucky, 52 abv


A very unique rye whiskey. Toasted caraway bread and citrus peel on the nose are quickly subdued by rye spice, mesquite smoke, fresh espresso, while burnt caramel and black pepper dominates the finish.

NEW Old Elk, Colorado, 50 abv


Rye spice greets the nose and pops with cinnamon and vanilla. More bold baking spices on the palate, with a peach cobbler sweetness that fades to oakey tannins and slightly overcooked caramel.

Old Forester, Kentucky, 50 abv


Rich brown sugar and magnolia blossom, with hints of soft sassafras, cherry, and candied lemon peel.Spice awakens immediately leading with sharp black pepper and cinnamon stick, rounding out with notes of dried dill and baked apple. Allspice and peppercorn introduce a dry finish with pine, anise, and bright lemon zest.

Peerless Straight, Kentucky, 55.7 abv


This 100% sweet-mash rye initially delivers a punch of sweet brown sugar and vanilla, met with rye spice and oak, and finishes slightly tannic, with leather and pepper.

Pendleton 12 yr., Canada, 40 abv


Rich tobacco and charred oak, butterscotch, and spicy rye kick. Buttery finish.

Pikesville 110, Kentucky, 55 abv


Fruity, then wonderfully spicy rye. Sweet liquorice, plenty of oak and then clove drops on the tail.

Pinhook ‘Tiz Rye Time’, Kentucky, 48.5 abv


Nicely balanced, with notes of vanilla, leather, cocoa, and a hint of fennel on the finish

Rittenhouse Bottled-in-Bond, Kentucky, 50 abv


Sweet maple syrup, dark chewy rye, spicy oak, caramel, and mint.

Redemption, Indiana, 46 abv


Dark spices, star anise, treacle and a hint of espresso.

Redemption 10yr. Barrel Proof, Indiana, 55.1 abv


Less fruity and more herbal, with sage and dill combining with caramel, oak and leather. The weight is also more hefty, coating the palate and lingering in the finish.

Redemption Rum Cask Finished, Indiana, 47 abv


Sweet herbal notes with a hint of banana and a sugary sweetness, a bit more banana and an unusual mouthfeel. A short with a mild sweetness and faint herbs.

Sagamore Spirit Calvados Finish, Maryland, 50.6 abv


Complex with notes of anise, orchard fruits, fresh herbs, cinnamon, cloves, oak, and dark chocolate. The finish is long and crisp with apple spices and grains.

NEW Sagamore Spirits Cask Strength, Maryland, 56.1 abv


Dark fruits, toffee, and gingersnap cookies with a hint of dark chocolate up front and a pleasant finish of coffee, dill, clove, sandalwood, and leather

STAFF PICK Sagamore Spirit Double Oak, Maryland, 48.3 abv


A dense but pleasant wash of powerful oak and herbal caramel, cacao, and clove with dark fruit and nutty undertones.

Sagamore Spirit Tequila Finish, Maryland, 50.6 abv


Rich agave and sweet notes of honey paired with bitter orange, dried fig with floral notes. Spicy peppercorn creates a lasting finish.

Stone Barn Dark Roast Rye, Oregon, 46 abv


Coffee, chocolate, stout, classic rye notes.

Whistlepig 10 yr, Vermont, 50 abv


Sea salt, light tobacco, and earthiness drift away on shavings of vanilla dipped in caramel and sprinkled with cloves.

Whistlepig Farmstock, Vermont, 43 abv


Delicate vanilla, fruit leathers, bananas foster, and bubble gum make for a strange bouquet. Although the palate shows a little more maturity with dry spices and clarified butter, its younger side rears its head with bitter grains and herbs.

Whistlepig Farmstock Beyond Bonded Single Barrel, 50 abv


Clove and cinnamon heat up alongside baking spices, brown sugar, pipe tobacco, and eucalyptus.

Whistlepig Roadstock, Vermont, 43 abv


Merlot and raspberry jam, brown sugar, and toasted cedar. Coffee, cacao, and roasted malt on the back end.

Whistlepig 12 yr Old World Rye, Indiana, 43 abv


Sponge cake topped with buttercream icing followed by raspberry, raisin, and cherry notes, joined by drying cinnamon and nutmeg.

Whistlepig 15 yr., Vermont, 45 abv


Toffee and butterscotch, a little bit of dark chocolate too. Soft spices grow and grow. A touch of intense oak warmth.

STAFF PICK Willett Estate 4yr. Small Batch, Kentucky, 55 abv


On the nose you'll find pickle brine, cinnamon, and a whiff of char smoke. The palate is clean and clear with tastes of a chocolate candy bar rolled in rye cereal grain. The finish is long and velvety with warm barrel spices and tropical fruits.

Woodinville Straight Rye, Washington, 45 abv


Relatively mild for a 100% rye, but there is still plenty of cinnamon, clove, pepper, toffee, book-leather, and fresh cut oak.

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Bushmills 10 yr., Ulster, 40 abv


Light and fruity. Melted chocolate that rests on the tongue, releasing a hint of honey in your cheeks.

Barr An Uisce Rare Small Batch, Wicklow, 43 abv


Pale gold with a nose of vanilla, honey, and baked fruits. On the palate is cinnamon, caramel, and nuts. Finishes long, clean, and smooth.

Clonakilty Double Oak, Cork, 43.6 abv


Sweet warm spices with a subtle hint of white pepper and ginger. Fresh cut grass, hazelnut and almond notes complement a delicious sweetness. Think of eating a toffee apple at the coast.

Clonakilty Pelican Barleywine Finish, Cork, 46 abv


Warm spice, cut straw, clove, nutmeg, ground almond, and vanilla on the nose. With a palette of almond, barley, raisins, sultanas and leather.

Clonakilty Port Cask Finish, Cork, 43.6 abv


Wine notes mingling with toasted cereal followed by barley, over-ripe red apples and dark cherries. Maritime influence is evident, mixing with warm ginger.

Connemara 12 yr., Connemara, 40 abv


Sweet, with rustic, earthy peat, atop rhubarb and custard sweets, cream, malt and granary toast with melted butter. Smoky too, like a driftwood on fire.

NEW Dingle Single Malt Batch No.5, Dingle, 46.5 abv


Lightly sweet malt dominates the palate at first, followed by dry fruit and nuts from the Madeira and PX Sherry casks, wine tannins, honeycomb and caramel to finish.

Jameson Black Barrel, Dublin, 40 abv


Aged in double charred first fill bourbon casks, rich and fruity with an intense, unctuous creaminess alongside dates, walnuts, and coconut notes.

Jameson 18 yr., Dublin, 40 abv


Candied fruit, herbs, nutty malt and rum-soaked raisins. Toffee and oak spices.

Knappogue Castle 12 yr., Northern Ireland, 43 abv


Well balanced with a granola like hint of honey, dried fruits, and almonds.

Green Spot Chateau Leoville Barton, Cork, 46 abv


A delicate, perfumed aroma of honeysuckle, orange blossom, ripe strawberries, and yeasty bread wafts from the glass. On the palate, this light to medium weight whiskey is honeyed and lingering, with candied fruits, berries, shortbread, vanilla, and roasted nuts. A tinge of earthiness keeps its fruitiness in check.

Method & Madness Chestnut Cask Finish, Co. Cork, 46 abv


The nose is bold but enticing with aromas of toffee, treacle bread and red liquorice. The palate is full to bursting. There are notes of caraway seeds, baked lemons, chestnuts drizzled with maple syrup and warm banana bread. While the finish has touches of salted toffee with blueberries.

Powers, Cork, 46 abv


Cinnamon, green peppers and a touch of nutmeg combined with orchard fruits, vanilla and toasted oak.

Redbreast Lustau, Cork, 46 abv


Figs and prunes combine into of mix of orchard fruit groves. Pepper spice counterbalanced with honey sweetness. A nice long sugar and spice finish.

Redbreast 12 yr., Cork, 40 abv


Spicy with great body. Nuts and citrus (peel and juice) with hints of marzipan, dried fruits and a hint of sherry.

Roe & Coe, Dublin, 45 abv


Smooth and rounded with a delicious creaminess with notes of oak, custard cream, brown sugar and sweet spices. The palate delivers a well-balanced spirit showing aromas of apple crumble, cinnamon rolls and pear drop.

Sexton Single Malt, County Antrim, 40 abv


Rich aromas of nuts and marzipan followed by dried fruits and a honeycomb sweetness, apricots, and oak spice.

Slane, Meath, 40 abv


Victoria Sponge Cake with plenty of jam and cream in the middle. A touch of butterscotch.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 Teeling Blackpitts Single Malt, 46 abv


Honeyed orange peel and light smoke on the nose. Barbequed fruit, scorched apples with salted caramel, savory peat smoke throughout.

Teeling Single Grain, Dublin, 46 abv


Honeyed apple flesh, toffee, grape skin, polished oak and butterscotch.

Teeling Single Malt, Dublin, 46 abv


Very oaky with cashew nuts and vanilla. Strong fruity notes of apricot, mango and tart berries as well as floral Earl Grey tea notes.

Tullamore Dew 14 yr. Single Malt, Tullamore, 41.3 abv


A bowl of fresh cut apples and pineapple with hints of sweet malt and vanilla. Light and mild on the palate, continuing the fruit bowl flavors and adding a bit of rum spices, with mellow tobacco and oak at the backend.

Tullamore Dew 15 yr., Tullamore, 40 abv


Vanilla sweetness with notes of almond and creamy honey.

Tyrconnell 10 yr. Madeira Cask, County Louth, 46 abv


A wine finish provides a salty and fruit filled nose with pears and baked apples. The taste is slick with sweet fruit and chewy malt with a finish filled with cinnamon.

Tyrconnell 10 yr. Port Cask, County Louth, 46 abv


Sweet initially with red fruit and peaches before mellowing out, the whiskey is soft and smooth with minimal barrel spices. Pleasant finish of almonds

Waterford Gaia Organic Single Malt, Co. Kilkenny, 50 abv


Buttercream frosting, orchard fruit, and cantaloupe scents introduce layers of toffee, cloves, and confectioners sugar on the palate. Citrus-oily butterscotch lingers on

Waterford Rathclogh Single Farm, Co. Kilkenny, 50 abv


Raspberry-filled dark chocolate truffles kick off the nose, along with cacao and coffee grounds. The palate shifts gears towards fruitiness, with raspberry sorbet, peaches and cream, and dried apricots. Moving to the finish you'll find vanilla wafers, black pepper, and a big bowl of fruit salad.

Writer’s Tears, Carlow, 40 abv


Honey develops on the palate. Mellow notes of vanilla and golden malt. Green apple skin, caramel and a hint of oak.

Yellow Spot, Co. Cork, 46 abv


Fruity with a substantial body and a velvety texture. Finish is long and sweet with notes of marzipan and dried apricots.

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Akashi Single Malt, Hyogo , 46 abv


Rich oak & cereal aroma. Clean, light & fresh on the tongue with a citrus and sweet tone. Warm spice gradually builds & subsides.

Hakushu 12yr., Toribara, 43 abv


There are fruits galore from apples and oranges to cherries and raisins. Caramel and toffee are the sweet elements here with the salt and smoke components acting as a gentle mist in your glass.

Fukano Sherry Cask, Kumamoto, 42.2 abv


Sherry bomb! The sweet, raisiny aromas of sherry come through right away on this richly colored rice whisky. It's opulent with flavors of dark fruit, vanilla, raisins with a long, sweet finish.

Fukano Vault Reserve 1, Kumamoto, 40.5 abv



A light, malty, and sweet dram. It's nutty on the palate, with notes of almond, straw, and a bit of herbaceousness on the finish. It's clean, approachable, and subtle.

Hibiki Harmony, Osaka, 43 abv


Melted butter and caramelized dates. A hint of fragrant sandalwood develops into warming, oaky spice.

Kurayoshi Malt Whisky, Tottori & Scotland, 43 abv


Sherried malt with notes of raisin and cinnamon, followed by toasted nuts and vanilla pod.

Kurayoshi Malt Whisky 18 yr., Tottori & Scotland, 50 abv


Fresh orange, black tea smokiness, a pinch of cumin powder, brown sugar.

Matsui Single Malt Mizunara Cask, 48 abv


The influence of the Mizunara oak cask is subtle, leaving more hewn notes of cut straw, honeydew rind, and white pepper

Matsui Single Malt Sakura Cask, 48 abv


A brilliant straw/gold in the glass with a nose that is both woodsy and smoky, this whisky shows restraint and strength on the palate. Roasted cashews and baked apple carry a brightness alongside allspice and cigar box through a lingering, multilayered finish.

WHISKEY ADVOCATE TOP WHISKIES OF 2021 Nikka Taketsuru Pure Malt, Hokkaido, 43 abv


Espresso beans, milk chocolate, tobacco leaf and lingering sherried fruit. There's a slight touch of smoke as it develops.

Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky, Hokkaido, 45 abv


Sweet, fruity flavours of melon, grapefruit and thick syrup, balanced by crunchy biscuits and fresh vanilla.

Sensei Mizunara Cask, Yamanashi, 40 abv


Heather honey, caramel, Japanese plum, balanced oak, peat and toffee with hints of sandalwood and green tea.

Suntory Toki, Osaka, 43 abv


Green apple with bright citrus notes from pink grapefruit. Bitter herbs, toasted almonds and vanilla oak linger underneath.

Yamazaki Malt Whisky 12 yr., Osaka, 43 abv


Sweet with winter spice. A lovely citrus note develops with more tropical fruit notes and a little rum.

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Amrut Single Malt, India, 46 abv


The nose is full of honeyed toast while the malt is dark and pleasantly bitter with notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and cooked yellow fruits. More bitter wood tannins come in to wrap things up.

Alfred Giraud Heritage, France, 45.9 abv


Fresh and delicate with notes of Anjou pears with a hint of floral s and shortbread biscuits.

Armorik Double Maturation, France, 46 abv


The nose is very fruity and floral. On the palate, some more of that tart stone-fruit action, with mineral tones, malted milk chocolate, almonds and wheaty cereal. Very smooth, sweet and light.

Brenne, France, 40 abv


Vanilla flowers and sweet pear drops, brandied cherries, pineapple, and coconut ice.  French cognac cask finished.

Caribou Crossing Single Barrel, Canada, 40 abv


Fragrant with vanilla and honey, smooth and silky with toasty oak and mellow notes of caramel and spice.

Cotswolds Single Malt, England, 46  abv


The nose on this English single malt beckons with sweet cereal aromas. It's gentle on the palate, with a grain-forward flavor balanced by notes of vanilla, oak, nuts, and honeysuckle.

Crown Royal Noble Collection; Winter Wheat, Canada, 45 abv


At first sweet and old oak, buttery wheat toast, and dried apricots. Then toffee, baking spices, and dried fruit dominate before giving way to a praline finish.

Forty Creek Double Barrel Reserve, Canada, 40 abv


The aroma shows notes of pecans, maple, and vanilla. The body of the whisky is smooth and easy to drink with similar aromas as the nose and red apple skins and ginger candy.

NEW Goalong Single Malt 5 yr., China, 40 abv


Light pear and baked apple and agave sweetness on the nose. Extremely delicate. Vanilla, menthol, and a hint of citrus peel with a campfire in the distance.

Kavalan Concertmaster, Taiwan, 40 abv


Port Finished. Vanilla, wet tobacco, honey, with spices and berries.

Masterson's 10 yr Straight Rye, Canada, 45 abv


A slight herbaceous note on the palate, rye spices, leather, vanilla and toffee.

M&H Elements Red Wine Finished, Israel, 46 abv


The nose is strawberry, dry barley, a hint of waxy orange peel and crunchy brown sugar. While the palate is slightly floral with citrus blossom, before redcurrant and raisin develop, with a pile of cinnamon sticks off to the side. A strong finish of plum, oak, and poached pear.

M&H  Whisky In Bloom, Israel, 46 abv


A cereal grain character comes through initially, backed by very pleasant salinity. Subtle notes of pear and cardamom linger on the finish. It's a light, enjoyable dram.

Paul John Nirvana, India, 40 abv


A delightful soft honey with a slight salt-edged barley; an excellent mouthfeel with honeycomb sweetness.

Penderyn Legend, Wales, 43 abv


Madeira Finished. Vanilla fudge, apples, and citrus zest up front with a viscous mouth feel of creme brulee and fresh biscuits.

Penderyn Portwood, Wales, 46 abv


Bold nose of port with a slight sweetness of dark chocolate and honey coming through. Smooth honey flavours on the palate, with a sharp yet developing flavour of port that lingers, becoming soft and dry on the finish.

Pendleton, Canada, 40 abv


Light and very sweet with notes of caramel, confectionery, and maple syrup.

Pike Creek 10 yr. Rum Cask, Canada, 42 abv


Honeyed raisins and pecans, cardamon heat, brown sugar and dried oak.

Puni Sole, Italy, 46 abv


The scent of violets and fresh berries waft out of the glass, with richer textures of white chocolate and stewed fruit on the palate. There's a peppery tingle and more of that tart, fresh berry flavor along with blood orange toward the finish



Aromas of honeysuckle, lychee and tobacco open on the nose, followed by orange zest, green bananas and sweet baking spices. The palate offers notes of cinnamon and clove, marmalade, savory malt and sweet lychee, with black pepper lingering in the finish.

Spirit of Hven, Tycho’s Star, Sweden, 42 abv


The nose is full of sweet peat and some peanuts. Ever so slightly beery. The flavor is moderate levels of roasted peated malt. Overall, the whisky is bittersweet and leaves your mouth with a swirl of peat smoke.

Starward Nova, Australia, 41 abv


Gentle on the palate with flavors of vanilla, honey, and a hint of strawberry jam. The finish is clean with a lingering sweetness and a bit of wood.

Stauning Rye, Denmark, 48 abv


The nose is grain-forward, along with mint, Baker's chocolate, pine wood, and peanut shells. The palate is herbaceous and starts with rye spice and lacquer, followed by a richer profile on the back, with clover honey, toffee, and dried fruits. The finish is short and showcases maple syrup, fennel, menthol, and oak.

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Wine, Beer, Cider, Soda


Dear Mom Wine, Oregon, Rose                8

Underwood Wine, Oregon, Pinot Noir or Bubbles        8

Rotating IPA, Fort George, Astoria                        6

Leadbetter Red Ale, North Jetty, Seaview WA              5

Pilsner, Occidental Brewing, Portland                    6

Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite                          2

Perrier                                                           3