Spirits and Mixers
Liquor and Mixers
Margarita Salt $4.00
Celery Salt $6.00
When you need a Bloody Mary, you need good spice, full flavor and this big bottle. As ex-bartenders, each of us took pride in our own recipe but no one around here makes them from scratch anymore. This is just the best even without vodka and will raise anyone from the dead. 64oz.
Arette Blanco 1L $18.00
Understanding that occasionally budget and a multiple margarita day often requires a more affordable tequila, the fine folks at Arette have crafted this Blanco. Still possesses the bright agave floral notes and the flavor brings a nice agave spice rather than the skunky funk of many others in this price range. Our go-to when we aren't drinking tequila straight.
Arette Reposado 1L $18.00
Obviously not made with the attention of the Suave line but sometimes that's not a big deal. Sometimes you just need tequila, and you need it now but you also want a bit of oak so you don't choke. Here's your 1L bottle of angry love when you don't feel like being a hipster.
A classic gin cocktail, basically a gin sour with mint. A great entry-level gin cocktail for those newer or intimidated with the gin spirit. It is very clean and fresh and the mint and lime really help balance out the gin without taking the gin away. Non-gin lovers need to try it and see how nice a gin cocktail can taste.
Crafthouse Gold Rush $21.00
A take on the classic whiskey sour crafted in Illinois by Charles Joly, a world renowned mixologist. Made with honey, lemon juice, and bitters it’s the best tasting premade cocktail we’ve had! Bourbon lovers rejoice!
For almost 300 years, the art of producing Applejack has been passed down through succeeding generations of the Laird Family. Eighth generation Larrie W. Laird is now president of Laird & Company and heads America’s oldest family of distillers.
Maley Cider $24.00
Abandoned alpine orchards planted upwards of 4000 feet, half of them in the French Alps surrounding Chamonix and half in nearly-deserted Alpine towns in the Italian Valle d’Aosta. No chemicals. Some of these sleepy apple trees haven’t been picked in decades. The only Italian cider made with heirloom apple varieties. It's just the best, really.
The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs (including rhubarb) and roots in perfect proportions.
Bear Creek wheat vodka $24.00
100% locally sourced, organic wheat distilled in a 16 plate column still then cold filtered. Remarkably smooth with a subtle sweetness on the nose and palate. Great in cocktails but also fine enough to sip straight up!
Spring44 Vodka 1 L $26.00
According to Spirits Journal, this is the second best vodka in the world and it's made with Front Range artesian spring water in Loveland! Initially slightly sweet, the aroma settles beautifully into hints of slate and rainwater. Shows a lovely creaminess with a velvety texture and depth. Finish is long with a rye spiciness.
Lazzaroni Amaretto $26.00
Made from the original secret formula created in 1851 by Paolo and Davide Lazzaroni in Saronno, Italy, this classic liqueur is the only Amaretto made from an infusion of the famous Amaretti di Saronno cookies, rather than from some lab constructed extract. You can't say you don't like amaretto if you haven’t tried the real stuff! Try it alone on cool evening or with a friend anytime!
Enter Sake Black Dot $26.00
A clean pure style of sake, with white mountain flowers on the nose. It has a wonderful clean and soft silky texture. The cleansing acidity also provides good structure and there is a subtle fruitiness with hints of mango, peach and pineapple. Rice Polishing: 65%
Enter Sake Shuhari $28.50
A surprising dessert from the Cognac region of France. This is made from mixing a little Cognac with unfermented grape juice and then is aged at least a year in barrels. This is one of our more interesting finds, see if you feel the same.
Clement Rhum Agricole $32.00
Clement is the O.G. producer in Martinique, being the first estate on the island to produce rhum agricole. Made from 100% sugar cane juice, as opposed to molasses, it shows bright, grassy vegetal notes incorporated with tropical fruits. Smooth texture, great for cocktails or straight up.
Parce Rum $35.00
Six Top honors at the 2015 San Francisco World’s Spirits Competition including Best Rum, Best Aged Rum and Best of Show. Done in a clean and dry style and honestly aged in Jack Daniel Bourbon barrels for the full 8 years. Nice aroma of black cherry with lighter body and long lingering finish. Oak is very evident but balanced. Plus they plant a tree for every bottle sold! Let the Captain go down with his ship.
Bear Creek cask rum $37.00
This rum begins with fermented evaporated cane juice, then aged in American oak barrels. At 120 proof you'd expect to be breathing fire after a drink. But this rum is amazingly smooth for such a high ABV. Beautiful character from barrel aging makes this a winner!
Arette Suave Blanco $42.00
100% Agave. Pure and clean with a beautiful transparent body. Intense aromas of white pepper, agave, and herbs with smoky notes. Lovely mouthfeel and a smoothness unlike any blancos (except the Fortaleza).
Fortaleza Tequila $46.00
With a lineage dating back to the first to export Tequila to the U.S. comes the most amazing blanco yet. Cooked in stone ovens, crushed by stone, and fermented in wooden vats, water from a local spring in Tequila Valley, this is Tequila like it was and like it should be. Remarkable body and rich flavors, hide this from all but your best of friends.
Arette Suave Reposado $46.00
Tequila that rests in American White Oak barrels for 11 months, where it gets its smooth aromas of soft caramel, smoke and faint woody character. Some bright citrus notes on the palate with a clean tight finish.
Bear Creek straight bourbon $50.00
Mashed, fermented, distilled and aged all in house. Matured in American white oak barrels for a minimum of 2 years. A beautiful deep color, spice and oak on the nose, smooth mouth feel with cereal grain, spice and clove on the palate.
Fortaleza Reposado $52.00
With a lineage dating back to the first to export Tequila to the U.S. comes reposado from the heavens. Cooked in stone ovens, crushed by stone, and fermented in wooden vats, water from a local spring in Tequila Valley, this is reposado like few others and on everyone's best tequila in the world list.
This four grain whiskey uses a blend of rye, wheat and barley sourced from the Colorado Malting Company, and corn from Briess Malting in Wisconsin - encompassing the "mother grains" of bourbon. The whiskey ages about 3 years, all year round to capture the seasonal nuances from the ever-changing Colorado mountain air, in new, 53 gallon charred oak barrels source from Independent Stave Company.
AD Laws Secale Rye Whiskey $68.00
One of Laws most popular whiskeys, Secale Rye is distinctive and unapologetic. Made with 100% Colorado grains (95% rye and 5% barley), and bottled at 100 proof, this true Colorado whiskey packs a punch. Rich flavors and layered complexity refine its characteristic regional terroir. 95% Colorado-grown rye, 5% Colorado-grown barley Classic open air, sour mash fermentation Distilled twice through our Vendome 4-plate pot/column still Aged no less than 3 years in full-sized 53 gallon new American white oak barrels Bottled at 100 proof
This is Laws flagship Four Grain Bourbon aged over four years to meet the standards of the Bottled in Bond Act of 1897. Bottled in Bond requires that the whiskey be a product of a single season, using the grain of a single season, made by one distiller at a single distillery, and aged at least four years in a federal government-bonded warehouse. This whiskey is then cut and bottled at 100 proof (50% ABV). These rules are even more stringent than the U.S. standards for “Straight Whiskey.” This is Colorado's first Bonded whiskey!
Leopolds Absinthe $75.00
The first American made Absinthe to use real Grande Wormwood. What you should do is travel next door, have a glass from our full Absinthe service and then come back and get yourself a bottle to have at home. Just ask one of our sommeliers, he has a glass every night before bed.