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Frisco, Frisco Sour & the Frisco Kid
July 7, 2015 ~ Intoxicologist

You're reading Frisco, Frisco Sour & the Frisco Kid, originally posted on The Intoxicologist and copyrighted by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist. Visit The Intoxicologist so you don't miss a thing! The Intoxicologist - Dabbling in the world of cocktails one spirit at a...

GSN Review: Shaker 33 (Kickstarter Campaign)
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

There are almost as many bar tools available as there are spirits. It seems as if every week there is some new jigger, shaker or juicer on the market. Well, there’s a new piece of equipment on the market which makes its Kickstarter campaign debut on July 7th. (link will...

GSN Review: Guillon-Painturaud Cognac
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

The Grande Champagne region of France is well-known for producing the best Champagnes and Cognacs in the world. What is surprising then, is that one of the smallest distilleries in the region has been continually operating for over 400 years by the same family. Guillon-Painturaud...

GSN Review: Navazos Palazzi Single Cask – Montilla Old Brandy
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

Equipo Navazos and Nicolas Palazzi have made it their mission to bring some of the more unique single cask brandies to a larger audience. When I say single cask, it means there was only one in the world, and once it has been bottled, there is no more. The cask the held Navazos...

GSN Review: Paul Beau VSOP Cognac
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

Hailing from a small family run distillery in Segonzac, France, Paul Beau VSOP is a multi award-winning cognac. Surprisingly, the company only produces 6,000 bottles a year. Named for the son of the original founder, Samuel Beau who sadly did not have heirs, the company was...

GSN Review: Black Bull 12-Year-old Blended Scotch Whisky
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

Dating back to 1864 in Dundee, Scotland, Black Bull was an unusual whisky even then. Grocery owner George Willsher decided to do a little math. 50% single malt plus 50% single grain = 50% alcohol, or 100 proof. The single malts come from both the Highlands and Speyside region...

GSN Review: Cyrus Noble Bourbon
July 6, 2015 ~ Good Spirits News

Back in the days of the California Gold Rush, whiskey was the drink of choice for virtually every miner seeking their fortune. Cyrus Noble gave prospecting a try, but failed to find anything worthwhile. So, he headed back to his home state of Ohio and got a job working in a...

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