Disclaimer: Samples were provided by Sukkah Hill Spirits for this review. I appreciate their willingness to allow Bourbon & Banter to review their products with no strings attached. Thank you.
Today we have a pair of liqueurs from Sukkah Hill Spirits: Etrog and Besamim. If those words sound unfamiliar to you, know that they have their roots in Judaism. The etrog is a citron used in the week-long festival of Sukkot (Sept. 27-Oct. 4 this year). Besamim means spices and often refers to those spices used in the closing of Shabbat. Both are made with cane sugar (not high fructose corn syrup), without preservatives or additives (other than alcohol), and are kosher. They are also fairly high proof for liqueurs which is a plus in my book. Okay, let’s taste and mix. Continue Reading →