New Products: 2009 Buffalo Trace Antique Collection

2009 Buffalo Trace Antique Collection

The 2009 version features five limited-release whiskeys. Sazerac Rye 18 Year Old has a rye spice aroma with oak, leather and molasses notes, while Eagle Rare 17 Year Old offers notes of molasses, leather, vanilla and toffee. The 141-proof George T. Stagg tastes of toffee, molasses, vanilla and coffee, and William Larue Weller tastes of caramel, toffee and cinnamon. Finally, Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye provides hints of allspice and dried fruit.

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Tequila Ocho Anejo Vintage

Tequila Ocho, the first ultra-premium single estate vintage tequila to be introduced to the U.S. market, released its 2007 vintage of Añejo from El Carrizal. Wood, dried fruits and powdered sugar can be detected on the nose, as well as hints of cinnamon, orange peel, plum and caramel. On the palate, it is thick and smooth, opening up to cinnamon, brown sugar, apricots and toasted almonds and finishing with coffee and cacao accents.

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Superstition Riesling-Pinot Blanc Blend

Schmitt Sohne introduces Superstition wine, a medium-dry blend that combines the crisp fruit and minerality of Riesling with the creamy, nutty nuances of Pinot Blanc. Its approachability makes it appealing to wine drinkers interested in food-friendly wines, according to the company. Superstition features an easy-open Stelvin closure and a dramatic neon-green and purple label illustrated with a retro-style black cat (a tribute to their winemaker’s cat).

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Vita-Mix BarBoss

With six blender programs, three-stage ramping and automatic shut-off, Vita-Mix’s BarBoss Advance is made for professionals. Its stainless steel blade increases blending speed and reduces blending time, and its 32-ounce container continually circulates ingredients and reduces cavitation. The new BarBoss Advance is nearly 20 percent quieter than previous models and its advanced technology motor ensures it won’t overheat during peak volumes or when using thick ingredients.

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