Bottle #56: Benedictine

Bottle #56: Benedictine

Bottle #56: Benedictine After two bottles of Benedictine & Brandy, we finally come to bottle #56 – a real deal, actual bottle of Benedictine. I talked all about the history of Benedictine when I discovered my first bottle of B&B- Bottle #17, so you should go...
Bottle #54: Cointreau

Bottle #54: Cointreau

Bottle #54: Cointreau Bottle #54: Cointreau is one of the oldest looking bottles I’ve come across so far. Also one of the tiniest. While there’s no volume measure on it, it’s probably only around 30 mL rather than the standard 50 mL size for minis. It’s also got a...
Bottle #31: VAT 69 Scotch

Bottle #31: VAT 69 Scotch

Bottle #31: VAT 69 Scotch Bottle #31 is a classic blended Scotch whisky, with an iconic look that was borne of its origin story. It was the creation of a whisky blender named William Sanderson from Leith, in Scotland. The story goes that in 1882 he created 100...
Bottle #12: Grande Liqueur de Sapins des Monts Jura

Bottle #12: Grande Liqueur de Sapins des Monts Jura

Bottle #12: Grande Liqueur de Sapins des Monts Jura Bottle #12 is the Grande Liqueur de Sapins des Monts Jura from Deniset-Klainguer distillery in Pontalier, France. Pontalier is more famous for the massive amounts of absinthe they made in the early 1900s, but they...
Bottle #8: Italian Swiss Colony Tipo

Bottle #8: Italian Swiss Colony Tipo

Bottle #8: Italian Swiss Colony Tipo This tiny bottle of wine is definitely one of the most interesting bottles I’ve found so far. I had done a tiny bit of research on it prior to the reveal video, and actually got a few things wrong. But now that I’ve had time to dig...