Nightclub & Bar Recommends Adding Singani 63 to Your Back Bar

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“Looking for new spirits to play with? Here are some recent examples that are worth the trouble to consider adding to your back bar: … Singani 63, made in the high altitudes of the Andes from a single variety of grape, the Muscat of Alexandria, cultivated at 6,000 feet above sea level, which makes them among some of the highest vineyards in the world. Much like a pisco, its Peruvian and Chilean cousins, Singani 63 is fresh, flowery, with notes of orange blossom. Medium-bodied, with dry herbaceous flavors that soon give way to the long, spicy finish, this is another South American unaged brandy worth your time.”


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“Spirits Worth Adding to Your Back Bar” by Jack Robertiello of Nightclub & Bar

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