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Triple Smoke Single Barrel American Malt Whiskey

It’s not crazy smoke. — 10 months ago

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If I recall right it’s triple grain not triple smoke.
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Someone correct me if I got this wrong

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Ryemageddon American Rye Whiskey

Tennessee Whiskey...."as sweet as strawberry wine..." — 5 years ago

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Barrel Aged Gin

Cinnamon and cardamom. — 6 years ago

Corsair

Triple Smoke Small Batch American Malt Whiskey

Corsair’s Triple Smoke Whiskey is their best selling product and is crafted with malted barley smoked by three different fuel sources. The cherry wood from Wisconsin offers a sweet, floral aroma; the peat from Scotland brings with it a smoky finish; and the beech wood from Germany purportedly unites everything together. Brand ambassador Will Atkinson describes it as a spirit “for somebody looking to get into Scotch Whisky, but isn’t quite there yet.” While the peaty flavors certainly shine through, there’s a gratifying fullness to the whiskey, as well as a subtle bacony, charcuterie character. — 3 years ago

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Citra Double IPA American Malt Whiskey

Made Double IPA and then double hopped w/fresh Citra. Resinous with nutmeg and spice. Unique and complex. — 5 years ago

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Vanilla Bean Vodka

My life will be complete once I have a milkshake made with Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream and this. #corsair #vodka — 6 years ago

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Quinoa Whiskey

This is, to Corsair’s knowledge, the first ever whiskey derived from quinoa – although a handful of additional distillers have followed suit. In actuality, it tastes like, well, quinoa – capturing the grain’s earthy flavors and a certain grassy dryness, like some pastoral windblown field. Not surprising to this San Franciscan, the quinoa whiskey reportedly sells well in California. — 3 years ago

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Gin-Head Style American Gin

Corsair’s gin is still made at their first facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and remains a personal favorite in their portfolio. There’s an appealing oiliness to the gin’s texture – tasting of lemon and orange extracts. Brand ambassador Will Atkinson describes it as an Americanized Hendrick’s, namely for the inclusion of cucumber along with the botanicals. The cucumber’s freshness helps soften the spirit’s finish, which otherwise offers a sumptuously juicy expression of gin. — 3 years ago

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