The other spirit I was happy to discover was a Brooklyn ginger liqueur called Barrow’s Intense that smelled and tasted like a bite into the root.
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Instead of a bottle of wine, consider a bottle of Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur. OU certified this liqueur will be appreciated by all.
If you like spice and ginger, you’ll love Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur. Made from ginger, it was originally designed as a digestif, to be sipped after a meal.
Barrow’s is currently the only all-natural handmade ginger liqueur on the U.S. market.
With the mixology movement at the height of popularity nationwide, spirits like whisk(e)y, gin and even vodka have seen their markets grow as consumers flock to craft cocktail bars.