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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Single Malt Scotch and Whiskey is Very Popular at this Hudson Valley Restaurant

Here is our current Scotch & Whiskey menu as of March 2009 at Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville NY .

From Islay
BruichLaddich 3D3 The Norrie Cambell Tribute 15
BruichLaddich 15 Year Old Chateau Latour Cask 15
BruichLaddich 15 Year Old Sauterne Cask 15
Bruichladdich Rocks 8
Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old 18
Lagavulin 16 Year Old 12

From Highland
Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old 10
Glenfiddich 10 Year Old 8
Glenfiddich 12 Year Old 10
Glenfiddich 15 Year Old, French Oak Reserve 14
Glengoyne 10 Year Old 8
The Macallan 12 Year Old 10
The Macallan 18 Year Old 24
The Speyside 12 Year Old 10

From West Highland
Oban 14 Year Old 12

From Banffshire
The Balvenie 12 Year Old 10
The Balvenie 15 Year Old 12

From Speyside
The Benriach 12 Year Old 8
The Glenlivet 15 Year Old 14
The Glenlivet 18 Year Old 16

St. George Lot 3 10 Alameda, CA
Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey 8 Colorado

Pendelton 10 Year Old Hood Distillers 8 Canada
Hudson Manhattan Rye Whiskey 16 Gardiner NY


All single cask Scotch & selected others are Un-Chill-filtered & no color is added
Longmorn-Glenlivet 1968 Cask Strength 35 Year Old 30 Highland
BruichLaddich 1990 Cask Strength 14 Year Old 18 Islay
Coal Ila 1991 Un-Chillfiltered 15 Year Old Matured in Hogs Head, 654 bottles made. 14 Islay
The Macallan 1986 Un-Chillfiltered 19 Year Old Bottle number 113 of 1258 14 Speyside
Glenlivet 1985 20 Years Old Matured in Hogshead, bottle number 33 of 221 24 Speyside

Black Bottle 10 Year Old A blend of all 11 distilleries in Islay consisting of single malts. 8 Islay
Islay Mist 17 Year Old contains majority Laphroiag 18 Islay
King’s Crest 25 Year Old Blend of 25 year Glenlivet & 27 year North of Scotland 35
Johnnie Walker Red 6
Johnnie Walker Black 12 Year Old 8
Johnnie Walker Green 15 Year Old 14
Johnnie Walker Blue “Rarest Blend” 35

Johnny Drum 7
Evan Williams, Single Barrel 1995 7
Labrot & Graham, Woodford Reserve 8
Old Pogue, Master’s Select 9
Willet Family Bourbon 9
Pricard’s Double Barreled 14

Doorly’s 8 Barbados
Plantation, Grande Reserve 8 Barbados
Cane 8 Louisiana
Saint James 8 Martinque

Clement VSOP 8 Martinque
Homere Clement 18 Martinque
El Dorado-
21 Year Special Reserve 16 Guyuna

Bowen XO 18
Kelt Tour du Monde VSOP 12
Kelt Tour du Monde XO 24
Remy Martin VSOP 10
Germain Robin Sharholders, American Brandy 10

Armagnac, Cles des Ducs VSOP 10
St. Aubin, Kelt Tour du Monde 12
De Montal VSOP 12
Marie Duffau, Hors d’Age 10

St. George (Bistro Best Seller) 12 United States
Kubler 12 Switzerland
Mata Hari 12 Austria
Grande Absenthe 12 France
Absinthe is a distilled, highly alcoholic (45%-90% ABV), anise-flavored spirit derived from herbs, including the flowers and leaves of the herb Artemisia absinthium, also called "wormwood." Absinthe is typically of a natural green color but is also produced in both clear and artificially colored styles. It is often called "the Green Fairy."
Although it is sometimes mistakenly called a liqueur, absinthe is not bottled with added sugar and is therefore classified as a liquor. Absinthe is unusual among spirits in that it is bottled at a high proof but is normally diluted with water when it is drunk.
Absinthe originated in Switzerland. However, it is better known for its popularity as an alcoholic drink in late 19th- and early 20th-century France, particularly among Parisian artists and writers. Due in part to its association with bohemian culture, absinthe was opposed by social conservatives and prohibitionists. Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud, Vincent van Gogh, Oscar Wilde, and Aleister Crowley were all notorious "bad men" of that day who were (or were thought to be) devotees of the Green Fairy.
Absinthe was portrayed as a dangerously addictive, psychoactive drug. The chemical thujone, present in small quantities, was blamed for its alleged harmful effects. By 1915 absinthe had been banned in the United States and in most European countries except the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Although absinthe was vilified, no evidence has shown it to be any more dangerous than ordinary liquor. Its psychoactive properties, apart from those of ethanol, have been much exaggerated.
A revival of absinthe began in the 1990s, when countries in the European Union began to reauthorize its manufacture and sale. As of February 2008, nearly 200 brands of absinthe were being produced in a dozen countries, most notably France, Switzerland, Spain, and the Czech Republic.

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