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This storied vermouth was founded in 1860.
Ol’ Blue Eyes can’t be wrong. Tanqueray Gin was a favorite of Frank Sinatra.
Don't worry vegetarians, you've got the green light on this one too.
The perfect addition to a glass of dry white wine or Champagne.
One sip of this gin and you might find out that sapphires, unlike diamonds, are everyone’s best friend.
Add a berry note to your cocktails with this raspberry and blackberry French liqueur.
One of the best value vermouths available, both in Sweet and Extra Dry. Tribuno Vermouths remain as a key ingredient in many classic cocktails. No Manhattan is complete without Tribuno Sweet Vermouth. Whether you use gin or vodka, all martinis benefit from the great taste of dry vermouth.
The best of three worlds: This ultra-premium vodka is made from wheat, rye and potatoes.
This Polish brand uses both whole fruit and peels to flavor its vodka.
What’s the secret to Hendrick’s? Cucumbers, rose petals and an antique still.
It's a mixologist favorite and a bar staple. Learn more about Plymouth Gin’s over 200 years of history.
Everything about Absolut Vodka is iconic— the bottle, the ads and the taste.
Toast Al Gore with this truly green spirit.
Texas' first legal distillery produces this premium spirit.
Hitting the slopes in Utah? Check out High West's ski-in distillery.
Made in Philadelphia, Bluecoat Gin is the spirit of a true patriot.
Talk about flavor; Smirnoff has more than 30 different varieties.
Dan Aykroyd's premium vodka is no joke.
Created from six-row barley and glacial spring water.
You don’t have to be an art critic to appreciate this premium vodka.
Talk about innovation. Stoli introduced the first super-premium and first flavored vodka to America.
Find out more about this super-premium and super-popular vodka.
The extra y is for "you probably already buy this." Skyy sells millions of cases every year.
It takes 40 potatoes to make a bottle of this composed vodka.
This Dutch import has a long history. The family who produces the spirit has been distilling since 1691.