Thursday, November 17, 2022

Tasting this Friday with Tom's Town Distilling Co. & Original Sin Hard Cider


Spirit Wine and Craft

5760 Chippewa St
FRIDAY, November 18th FROM 4pm-6pm

Tom's Town Botanical Gin...$26.99 / 750ml
A combination of floral, citrus, and baking spices, the notes in Tom’s Town Botanical Gin create a complex tasting experience. Our distillers employ two methods, combining vapor-distilling and maceration to delicately balance all fourteen botanicals. One taste and you will understand why this gin won a coveted gold medal at the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America conference in 2018.
Tom's Town Double Oaked Bourbon...$35.99 / 750ml
A warm and spicy bourbon with notes of maple, butterscotch and honey
Our innovative wood stave finishing process begins with traditional aging in white American oak barrels, and is complemented by a second aging with French and American oak staves which are inserted later in the process. The staves bring out notes of caramel, without the bitterness that can come with additional aging. This is a crowd-pleasing bourbon that’s perfect for cocktails.

Original Sin McIntosh Unfiltered Cider...$11.99 / 6pk 12oz cans
In the early 19th Century, John McIntosh noticed a young apple tree growing on his property in Ontario near the U.S. border. Delighted by the delicious fruit produced by the tree, he sold seeds to his neighbors hoping to popularize the new type of apple. It took him years to realize that apples do not grow true to seed and that varietal propagation could only be achieved through grafting. Today, the McIntosh is commonly grown in New York, Canada, New England, and Michigan. The aromatic McIntosh with its distinct white flesh and vinous flavor is coveted for fresh eating and cider production. Notably, Apple Inc.’s Macintosh computer is named after this well-loved apple.
2019 Gold Medal Winner at Great Lakes Cider Competition
Original Sin Black Widow Cider...$11.99 / 6pk 12oz cans
Wild blackberries are native across the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States. They grow bountifully throughout summer and ripen to a plump juicy black color in August. They belong to the rose family, as you might expect from their thorny brambles, along with raspberries, strawberries, the stone fruits, and almonds.
Any forager can use blackberries to make wine or infuse whiskey, or enjoy in 12 oz cans with freshly pressed New York apples from Original Sin.
2018 and 2019 Silver Medal Winner at Great Lakes Cider Competition

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