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06.2009

Massachusetts Beverage Business

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RED STAG BOURBON

This Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey infused with natural flavors is a new release from Jim Beam Bourbon.  Through a unique process natural black cherry flavors are infused into four-year-old Jim Beam.  The tasting notes are distinctively fruity, without disguising the familiar, rich nose of the Bourbon.  The corn sweetness and mellow oak taste of Red Stag is accented by a hint of black cherry for smoothness and balance.  [...] Read More »

L’OR DE JEAN MARTELL

This new release from Martell is a double distillation of the clearest of eau-de-vie a combination of the four finest growths – Grand Champagne, Petite Champagne, Fins Bois, and Borderies – and a lengthy maturation in fine-grain oak barrels.  The Cognac is encased in a hand-blown teardrop-shaped decanter made of Cristal de Sevres.  L’Or is a blending of several hundred eau-de-vie, some of which have aged for over [...] Read More »

BEEFEATER 24

This new release from Beefeater contains a blend of 12 natural botanicals sourced from around the world including hand-prepared grapefruit, bitter almond, orris root, and Seville orange peel.  Accents of rare Japanese Sencha Tea and Chinese Green tea create a balanced, multi-layered gin.  Distilled in London, Beefeater 24 takes its name from the unique 24-hour steeping process.  It is the creation of Desmond Payne, the world’s most experienced Gin Master Distiller.  Drawing on his 4O [...] Read More »

GUINNESS 25O ANNIVERSARY STOUT

To mark the 25Oth anniversary of the signing of the 9OOO year lease on St. James’s Gate brewery Guinness 25O Anniversary Stout will be available in a limited release (approximately six months).This is the first new stout offering in the US from Guinness since 1966 when it was first introduced to Americans.  The commemorative stout is carbonated, not nitrogenated like the traditional Guinness Draught, with a crisp effervescent taste, a balanced malty, roasted, hop [...] Read More »

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