Bottle #64: Café Noir

Bottle #64: Café Noir

Bottle #64: Café Noir Bottle #64 is Café Noir, a coffee liqueur. Clearly created before the internet era, because let me tell you, “Café Noir” is a completely useless name to type into a search engine. Read the rest of the story Which is say, it was pretty tricky to...
Bottle #63: Jonkanoo

Bottle #63: Jonkanoo

Bottle #63: Jonkanoo Bottle #63 is Jonkanoo, a coconut rum liqueur from Rieder Distilling in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. I’ve already told the story of Rieder Distilling in a joint episode about two of their other products, bottles #22 and #23. Read the rest of the...
Bottle #62: Roncoco

Bottle #62: Roncoco

Bottle #62: Roncoco Bottle #62 is Roncoco, a coconut liqueur based on white rum, bottled in Lake Alfred, Florida, under the authority of Ron Matusalem of San Juan, Puerto Rico. As a rum fan, I was already aware of the Ron Matusalem name, although these days it is made...
Bottle #61: Taylor Fladgate 1982 LBV Port

Bottle #61: Taylor Fladgate 1982 LBV Port

Bottle #61: Taylor Fladgate 1982 LBV Port Ah Port! There’s nothing so elegant as relaxing by the fire after dinner with some chocolate – or a cigar, if that’s your thing – and a glass of deep ruby red liquid. While there are tawny Ports and even white Ports, the deep...
Bottle #60: Novil Brandy

Bottle #60: Novil Brandy

Bottle #60: Novil Brandy Bottle #60, Novil Portuguese Brandy, is the oldest bottle that I’ve found so far. In fact, it’s so old that it was already old when Grandma added it to her collection. In the unboxing episode where I discovered this one, I got really excited...
Bottle #59: The Glenlivet

Bottle #59: The Glenlivet

Bottle #59: The Glenlivet Bottle #59 is The Glenlivet, and it’s the first bottle of Single Malt Scotch that I’ve discovered in Grandma’s collection so far. Which makes sense, because especially in the time period when she was collecting, blended Scotch whisky was much...