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Camus Borderies XO Cognac

$149.99 $136.99 (Save $13.00)

Camus V.S.O.P. Limited Release Borderies Cognac

"CAMUS Borderies VSOP presents a lively, mineral and floral character. The wine used for this Cognac came mostly from the Domaines CAMUS estates, and was exclusively distilled on the lees. The long ageing process in seasoned casks has sublimated the mineral character of this CAMUS Borderies VSOP into a harmonious, smooth and coherent array of aromas. With its elegant, floral and mineral style, it is easy to identify the aromatic notes of CAMUS VSOP Borderies: creamy milk chocolate, orange zest and a touch of spice. The finish is pure magic – reminiscent of fruity, plump fresh grapes." —producer
$54.99 $44.00 (Save $10.99)

Casamigos Mezcal Joven

"Casamigos Joven Mezcal is produced in Oaxaca, Mexico by a 4th generation family of Mezcaleros using 100% Espadin agaves. Every one of the bottles is hand crafted using a unique process insuring no two bottles will ever be the same. Casamigos Mezcal is balanced and elegant, offering harmonious hints of tamarind, pomegranate, banana and mango. Fresh herbal mint aromas, dried oregano and thyme lend character to the mezcal. The delicate tones of smoke, hints of licorice and mineral nuances lead to a long silky finish." —producer
$57.99 $51.99 (Save $6.00)

Chalfonte Special Reserve Preferred Cognac

"Noted for its fine bouquet and rich character, Chalfonte is the world's most distinguished cognac. It is certified by the Acquit Regional Jaune d'Or." —producer
$30.99 $27.99 (Save $3.00)

Courvoisier VS Cognac

"Courvoisier VS (Very Special) is a mouth-watering blend of cognacs aged for up to eight years. Grapes from the Fins Bois and Petite Champagne crus give complex fruity notes, richness, and depth unmatched by any other VS on the market. An elegant, harmonious cognac with strong notes of fruit and fresh oaky taste." —producer
$32.99 $30.99 (Save $2.00)

Courvoisier VSOP Cognac

"This perfect aromatic balance gives a subtle and elegant VSOP, appreciated neat or mixed in long drinks or cocktails. Discerning, elegant and complex, VSOP Fine Cognac develops exceptional aromas of jasmine, peach and toasted almond. This intricately crafted cognac is exquisitely balanced." —producer
$45.99 $37.99 (Save $8.00)

Courvoisier XO Cognac

"Consistently recognised as one of the finest XOs in the world, Courvoisier XO is a very old blend of fine and well-matured cognacs from the exclusive Grande Champagne cru, along with selected aged spirit from the Petite Champagne and distinguished Borderies crus. The perfect balance of intense flavours have been patiently evolved and nurtured for at least two decades. Exotic vanilla and cocoa bouquets, spicy amber and cinnamon aromas, and violet floral notes all come together to excite the senses." —producer
$109.99 $88.99 (Save $21.00)

Del Maguey Pechuga Triple Distilled Mezcal

"Del Maguey (pronounced: ma-gay) brings you a collection of fine, rare, unblended mezcals made by individual family producers in tiny remote villages scattered throughout the state of Oaxaca (prounced: wah-ha-kah), Mexico. Each Del Maguey Mezcal bears the name of the village where it is produced. The highest level of integrity is maintained in order to preserve this art which is revered by the peoples of the mountains, plains and fertile valleys of this magical region.

"Pechuga is begun with Minero; mezcal that has already been double distilled. In preparation for a third distillation they place about 75 liters of mezcal in the still and add about 25 lbs of wild mountain apples and plums, big red plantain bananas, pineapples, a handful of almonds and a few pounds of uncooked white rice.

"Next, a whole chicken breast, skin removed, bone structure complete, is washed in running water for about three hours to remove any grease. This is then suspended by strings in the atmosphere of the still and a 24 hour, third distillation is begun. The vapor passes over the pechuga and condenses into a crystal clear liquid that has an amazing taste and smoothness.

"Upon completion the Pechuga is removed from the still and hung in the family Altar room...the most important space in the house.

"False Mezcal labeling in the commercial production Towns and sales in Cities is endemic to Tobalá, Pechuga as well as Minero. There is no way to find a TRUE bottle of any of these special mezcals other than the village they were made in, any place in Mexico including Oaxaca!

"This mezcal is the most rare and expensive we have ever encountered, and worth every penny." -producer
$192.99 $174.99 (Save $18.00)

Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal Chichicapa

"Chichicapa has a relatively light nose, yet is deep and sweet on the tongue with a very complex character. It has a long finish, with a distinct smokiness and hint of mint at the end.

"Chichicapa is 2 hours south of Oaxaca, and 2 hours to the west on a dirt road. The pueblo elevation is about 7,000 feet. Chichicapa is separated from the valley of Oaxaca by a mountain range. The valley is broad, about thirty miles deep and ten miles wide. The climate is desert and tropical, with banana trees, guava, mangoes and other exotic fruits. Faustino Garcia Vasquez is the maker of Chichicapa. He is a humble and talented craftsmen with great respect for the ancient processes." -producer
$66.99

Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal San Luis del Rio

"San Luis del Rio mezcal has a spicy, fruity and smoky nose with a high note of citrus. It is smooth and warming to the palate, with a clean finish. San Luis del Rio is the name of the village where this fine Mezcal is produced. Del Maguey, Ltd. Co. is the only producer in the four hundred years of Mezcal production that has credited the name of each village where our Mezcal is made.

"Two hours south of Oaxaca on a two-lane, pot holed highway on route to the Gulf of Tehuantepec is the turnoff to San Luis del Rio. One takes another 2 hours on a winding, rocky, dirt road. The pueblo (village) is at an elevation of approximately 8,000 feet. It is a narrow, hot valley, with steep slopes full of Maguey Espadin. The Rio Hormiga Colorada (Red Ant River) flows through it. You may see Paciano Cruz Nolasco, tending his fields. Above the large fields of Maguey, the tops of the mountains are scattered with cornfields, iguanas crawling across the road, the trees and cactus with Bromeliads growing on them." —producer

USDA certified organic
$63.99

Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal Santo Domingo Albarrada

"Espiridion has a high light nose with lots of citrus overtones. A bit of roasted pear too. Lots of tropical fruit on the tongue, spicy and woody. A clean dry finish.

"Santo Domingo Albarradas is located in the high Mixe (pronounced Mee-Hay) region south of Oaxaca. The Mixe is a high altitude tropical zone closely resembling parts of Hawaii. Tropical plants and fruits grow here beside rushing mountain streams. Cool gray mists blow through the valleys and Pine trees also grow nearby. The water here is spectacular! Espiridion Morales Luis and his son Juan are our Palenqueros. Espiridion has been making Mezcal since the Fifties. He is soft spoken and sincere which reflects in the honesty of his mezcal. All the transportation in this area is by horse or burro, which limits production." -producer
$65.99