Herb Kohler, Executive Chairman, Kohler Co. believed the world deserved something better than a run-of-the-mill turtle. Chefs of The American Club® produced over 100 batches, and from this he discovered a Terrapin that met demanding requirements. In 2007 KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates was born. In 2015, Mr. Kohler combined his love for Brandy with the definitive experience of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates and created Kohler Dark Chocolate Brandy. This brandy is distinctly chocolate with a subtle nuttiness and velvety cream finish.
The homegrown Bourbon, made in Milwaukee, is crafted one barrel at a time. This small-batch Bourbon Whiskey builds on a recipe from the 1800's; a mash of corn, rye and barley. Pot distillation. Aged less than two years in new American white oak charred barrels. Want to try it in a cocktail? Head to Miller Park and order a Patio Pounder.
Milk & Honey brings the original, authentic, milk and honey back to life. Made with premium neutral grain spirits, Upstate New York Dairy Cream, and medjool date honey, sourced from a small date palm farm near the historic Sea of Galilee. Milk & Honey is all natural, smooth, and incredibly delicious. If you ever wondered what the real milk and honey tastes like - this is it!
Simply put, it must meet the definition of Straight Bourbon and, additionally, be produced and aged in Wisconsin. We go a step further by ensuring that all ingredients come from Wisconsin. We grow the red heirloom corn, wheat and rye right on our farm. The barley malt comes from another Wisconsin farm.
Derived from 100% corn produced at the Retzer Farm and the limestone filtered water of The Ledge, this vodka has a hint of sweetness, which is perfect for mixing or enjoying on its own.
Cranberry-Rhubarb. During the months of October through December, the winery packages its popular blend of gold medal Cranberry Wine and Rhubarb Wine in a festive, holiday label. This is the perfect choice for gift giving - and of course, to serve with your holiday meals. Three Lakes Winery has been making the Original Cranberry Wine since 1972. As the second oldest winery in Wisconsin, we have our roots in tradition of authentic wine flavor. The McCain family's unique wines are made from whole fruits and berries, no flavorings or juices added. If you've never tasted a fruit wine before - start with these! Three Lakes Winery has been making the Original Cranberry Wine since 1972. As the second oldest winery in Wisconsin, they have roots in tradition of authentic wine flavor. The McCain family's unique wines are made from whole fruits and berries, no flavorings or juices added. If you've never tasted a fruit wine before - start with these!
Woodsy and aromatic, these rustic bitters have a pleasant aroma of cocoa and bitter almonds, with flavors of vanilla, fennel and star anise. They enhance any number of cocktails and also are great as a vanilla extract substitute and in seltzer as a dry soda.
This versatile wine is great when matched with a wide variety of food. Aged with a blend of French and American oak barrels, this Zin has a nice complexity and balance.
Travis Hasse's Original Cow Pie Liqueur is a luscious blend of chocolate, caramel, vanilla, and neutral grain spirits. Perfect served chilled or over ice or used in cocktail and culinary recipes Travis Hasse's Original Cow Pie Liqueur is a "pie" that you will enjoy eating as well as drinking!
Wisconsin Gin is much different than your traditional gin using all Wisconsin botanicals. This Wisconsin distillery based outside of Baraboo aimed to make a gin as unique as the driftless area it is made in. This gin is intricately balanced, Wisconsin smooth and nature rich. It has a clean spearmint finish with subtle hints of cone flower and ginger.
A delicious blend of real dairy cream and Caribbean Rum! Enjoy the taste of a delicious vanilla ice cream cone in this super sipper!
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