• Barr Hill - Caledonia Spirits Vodka-Kosher

It takes 6 pounds of honey to make 1 bottle of Vodka,and it's worth it! The aromatic nose is honey and floral. The palate is clean and creamy feeling with the honey coming through but not over powering, so you can use this as a mixer and well as straight. D&M Tasting Notes 

Our relationship with the land and honey bees inspired and gave birth to this vodka. The soul of a beekeeper is filled with the rhythms that flow through the seasons, reflecting the changes in the flowers, rains, sun and all the forces that are a part of this beautiful mystery. Barr Hill Vodka is crafted from honey at our micro-distillery on the banks of the Lamoille River in Caledonia Country of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Honey is cold fermented for several weeks then carefully distilled in our custom stills. The spirit which emerges reflects the essence of the soil and flowers visited by the bees.

The history of distilling is rooted in agriculture, and how to give value to a crop. When crops are used in distilling, they are also preserved and less expensive to transport. Our family made whiskey in Edinburgh for over 100 years, and J.W. Hardie continues to product fine whiskey. Through my 49 years with the honey bees, I have a long relationship with the land, honey bees, and the crops that we are using at Caledonia Spirits, elderberries, corn, barley, and rye. Distillery Notes 

To Reckon Dangers” from cocktail whisperer Warren Bobrow 

1 oz Barr Hill vodka 

Hot Indian-style chai tea or black English tea

Pat of unsalted butter (about 1/4 oz)

Freshly grated nutmeg (optional garnish)

Preparation: Add the Barr Hill vodka into a preheated mug, followed by the hot tea, and then the pat of sweet butter on top. Sprinkle nutmeg over top. 



Our relationship with the land and honey bees inspired and gave birth to this vodka. The soul of a beekeeper is filled with the rhythms that flow through the seasons, reflecting the changes in the flowers, rains, sun and all the forces that are a part of this beautiful mystery. Barr Hill Vodka is crafted from honey at our micro-distillery on the banks of the Lamoille River in Caledonia Country of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Honey is cold fermented for several weeks then carefully distilled in our custom stills. The spirit which emerges reflects the essence of the soil and flowers visited by the bees.

The history of distilling is rooted in agriculture, and how to give value to a crop. When crops are used in distilling, they are also preserved and less expensive to transport. Our family made whiskey in Edinburgh for over 100 years, and J.W. Hardie continues to product fine whiskey. Through my 49 years with the honey bees, I have a long relationship with the land, honey bees, and the crops that we are using at Caledonia Spirits, elderberries, corn, barley, and rye. Distillery Notes

 

To Reckon Dangers” from cocktail whisperer Warren Bobrow

1 oz Barr Hill vodka
Hot Indian-style chai tea or black English tea
Pat of unsalted butter (about 1/4 oz)
Freshly grated nutmeg (optional garnish)

Preparation:  Add the Barr Hill vodka into a preheated mug, followed by the hot tea, and then the pat of sweet butter on top.  Sprinkle nutmeg over top.


Barr Hill - Caledonia Spirits Vodka-Kosher

  • $62.99


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