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1792 Ridgemont Reserve is a distinctively smooth, handcrafted small-batch bourbon, patiently aged 8 years in new charred oak barrels. This 93.7 proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey was named for the year Kentucky became a state. Rich and velvety, with smooth flavors of vanilla and caramel, it’s the perfect bourbon for toasting any special occasion.

Product of Kentucky
Alcohol by Volume: 46.85%

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KY, USA- Finished in Caribbean rum casks that result in a reddish amber pour with aromas of sweet butterscotch and toasted notes of vanilla that mingle well with hints of spice, dark fruits and sherry that lead into buttery rum flavors with some raisin and cherry in the background.

A favorite in rural Pennsylvania, rhubarb was first brought to the state by Benjamin Franklin, who imported seeds from Europe as a gift for his friend, botanist John Bartram. Legend has it, Bartram was so enthused with rhubarb, he created a lovely garden tea showcasing his new botanical prize. Inspired by John Bartram’s concoction, Art in the Age produced “Rhubarb Tea” created from a number of fresh, organically certified ingredients.

Distilled from pure, organic cane sugar, Art in the Age Spirits “Rhubarb Tea” features a botanical bounty of beets, carrots, lemons, petitgrain, cardamom, pink peppercorn, coriander, vanilla, pure cane sugar, and of course, rhubarb. This distinctive liqueur is a treat for the senses, offering sweet, tangy and spicy flavors, balanced by refreshing citrus notes and a delicate floral finish.

Product of Pennsylvania
Alcohol by Volume: 40%


In the 1700s, colonists were introduced to the Root Tea that Native Americans would drink as an herbal remedy. Brewed from sassafras, sarsaparilla, wintergreen birch bark, and other roots and herbs, Root Tea was used to cure a variety of ailments. As colonial settlers passed the recipe down from generation to generation, the drink grew in potency and complexity. However, by the middle of the 19th century, the Temperance movement began to take hold in the States and advocated for complete prohibition of alcohol. In 1851, Maine became the first state to pass prohibition legislation and by 1855, twelve other states had become “dry”.Around this time, a Philadelphia pharmacist named Charles Hires decided to make a nonalcoholic version of Root Tea. He found success when he removed the alcohol from his homemade brew and mixed it with soda water – creating Root Beer. Over time, the popularity of Root Beer skyrocketed and the memory of the original Root Tea faded into history. However it has been revived by Art In The Age, and they have worked diligently to reproduce colonial Root Tea as close to the original as possible.

Distilled from home-grown organic sugar cane, Root Organic Liqueur is infused with numerous herbs and spices including anise, allspice, cardamom, cinnamon, spearmint, lemon, smoked black tea, wintergreen, clove, orange, nutmeg, sugar cane and birch bark. Aromatically, one could possibly mistake it for root beer, but the palate is bold, complex and full bodied with strong notes of birch, peppery herbs, spices, citrus and vanilla bean. Its complex herbal profile makes it an interesting digestif, and also allows it to hold its own in cocktails.

Product of California
Alcohol by Volume: 40%


The traditional recipe for Lebkuchen, or ginger snap, was invented by German monks in the 12th century and first appeared in America in the late 1600s when German Anabaptists sought religious freedom in the New World. These settlers were rustic farmers and baked with hearty blackstrap molasses rather than refined sugar, which at the time was considered unsophisticated by the English settlers. However, blackstrap molasses retains the natural characteristics that usually get stripped away by the refining process, and provides the distinctive, earthy flavors that were desired.

Inspired by the Lebkuchen recipe, Snap Organic Liqueur is created from blackstrap molasses, clove, brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, rooibos tea, vanilla and pure cane sugar. The result is a complex, highly aromatic liqueur that offers sweet aromas of sugar, vanilla and freshly-baked gingerbread, and a rich, full bodied palate laden with bold notes of baking spice and ginger. Enjoy neat as a digestif, or experiment in bourbon or rye cocktails.

Product of California
Alcohol by Volume: 40%


Created to change the way people think about gin, Aviation American Gin is made in the traditional dry style with anything but a traditional flavor profile. Aviation explores the rich, floral and savory notes of lavender, cardamom, and sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity, and freshness of the Pacific Northwest. This harmonious blend allows the craft spirit to shine on its own as well as when mixed in vintage drinks or contemporary culinary cocktails.

Earning 97 Points from Wine Enthusiast, Aviation American Gin is naturally gluten free and made with 100% non-GMO neutral grain spirit.

84 Proof



Baby Blue is a unique corn whisky made from atole, a roasted blue corn meal. We use this rich and nutty corn to produce a whisky that we hope will bring something new to the corn whisky tradition. Baby Blue isn’t bourbon nor white lightning. It has the freshness and verve of traditional corn whisky but with a refined complexity. The result is a round nuttiness and roasty overtones with a smooth finish. Baby Blue was the first Texas whisky on the market since prohibition, and is the only blue corn whisky in the world. It is the only craft-made whisky to have received a 5-star rating from F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal other than Balcones “1” Texas Single Malt.



A unique style of malt whisky — Texas made, Texas proud. Balcones Texas Malt Whisky is born of hundreds of years of distilling tradition transformed by a deep sense of place. Mellow notes of sauteed pears and ripe fruit mixed with a lingering toasty malt character. We are very excited that this whisky which we have worked so hard to produce is finally ready to release. We hope you enjoy it.







The Torrey Pine. Unique to the semi-arid shores of San Diego, but strangely reminiscent of the Juniper tree that embodies the London Dry style. Our Old Grove Gin blends the best of both worlds—crafted from freshly cracked, earthy and bold juniper berries, with subtle hints of fragrant rose and locally sourced coriander. For a drink that’s pure and proper, yet anything but contrived.

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