Ask any bartender and he’ll tell you: People love ginger in their cocktails.
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Brooklyn craft spirits brand Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur is projecting an increase in sales as it continues to expand its distribution territory.
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Quand on évoque une liqueur au gingembre, on pense sans doute spontanément à Domaine de Canton. Mais est-ce la seule ?
When Eve Alintuck and Josh Morton met at age 9 in Wellesley, Mass., the two friends couldn’t have known that 35 years later, they’d launch Barrow’s Intense, a ginger-flavored liquor brand that would get national distribution.
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With so many flavors to play with, liqueurs can take an ordinary drink to the next level. The Ginger Margarita substitutes ginger liqueur for the traditional triple sec.
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Barrow’s Intense teams with Death’s Door Gin to flex each spirit’s versatility.
It might feel like summer’s almost over, but there are plenty more of these long, muggy days ahead. One of the best ways to actually enjoy them is with whiskey, shaken up into refreshing summer-appropriate cocktails, of course.
Ginger a Go-Go. Barrow’s Intense Liqueur Brings the Flavor
Every bartender has a go-to drink — the drink they order when they get off work and slide into the solace of the quiet corner of a darkened bar somewhere.
Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur: A Visit to The “Intense” Lab
Ginger Liqueur Is So Hot Right Now. And Intense. By Amy McCarthy READ FULL ARTICLE @ www.pastemagazine.com Ginger is not a new or innovative ingredient for anyone that regularly dines at restaurants better than fast food chains. It’s widely used in Asian cuisine, and is appreciated for its spicy, herbal character. Ginger beer is one…
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.
There are few spices we associate more with the holiday season than ginger.
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.
This beer cocktail gets its extra punch from Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur.
Serrallés USA and Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur recently announced a long-term, co-operating U.S. sales and marketing partnership.
A long-term, co-operating U.S. sales and marketing partnership broadens a versatile portfolio of cutting-edge “craft-first” brand lines for distinct audiences.
The finish is spicy hot yet oddly refreshing, a spirit that’s both rustic and authentic.
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Ginger liqueur adds elegance and versatility to a bar, and for years, that meant a bottle of Domaine de Canton. But thanks to Josh Morton, Brooklyn now has its very own all-natural variety of the spirit: Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur.
It’s not really SHARING unless you live in New York and have access to the surprisingly wonderful perfection that is Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur.
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This recipe, from Warren Bobrow’s forthcoming book, ‘Apothecary Cocktails,’ is built for summer – at a barbecue or simply for a hot day spent on the porch.
I have discovered some of my now favorite tipples in past years, and this year was just the same.
This cocktail came to being during Blizzard Nemo, another freak storm that has the Northeast in lockdown, and me, experimenting with bottles in my apartment. It’s a mighty cocktail, if I might say so myself – a little sweet, a little spicy, and a little bitter – a perfect storm, if there ever was one.