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36 ON CALL: BOLS BEGINNING Lucas Bols USA gains a stronger foothold in the American market.

20 VODKA: SEEKING CLARITY The original neutral spirit remains strong, with distinct appeals for different customers.

40 PROWEIN 2013 The Dusseldorf wine trade show is a dynamic stage for global trade.

30 PUNCH RENAISSANCE Time-saving & convivial, big-batch concoctions inspire bartenders and please patrons.

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44 D’USSÉ COGNAC Redefining the category for a new generation, solo or mixed.

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44 SHAKE UP SUMMER WITH RUMCHATA The brand has a seasonal focus on adult milkshakes and mixability.

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49 TASTING CORNER: PINOT GRIGIO, ALL-AMERICAN IMPORTED WHITE This mild-mannered wine is a coast-tocoast favorite, but at what price?

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&PROMOTIONS TIME FOR DESSERT WITH NEW ADDITIONS TO MALIBU PORTFOLIO Malibu has expanded into the confectionary spirits realm with two dessert-flavored additions to the line. Malibu Sundae brings together the brand’s famous coconut taste and the flavor of chocolate ice cream; Malibu Swirl pairs coconut with strawberries and cream. A summer visual campaign features decadent dessert-themed drink ideas. Both are 42 proof and available in 1L, 750ml and 50ml sizes.

croP orGAnIc VoDKA ADDS MEYER LEMON TO ROSTER All the vodkas in Crop’s stable are made to strict USDA organic standards. That now includes Crop Meyer Lemon Organic Vodka. The new flavor starts with the crisp Crop organic vodka base and adds the fragrant character of Meyer lemons, which are not as tart as other lemons. Other variations include Artisanal (80 proof), Tomato and Cucumber. 70 proof.

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heAVen hILL LAUnches cInerATor HOT CINNAMON FLAVORED WHISKEY Heaven Hill Distilleries launched Cinerator Hot Cinnamon Flavored Whiskey this spring, prompted by growing consumer interest in everything hot and spicy. Cinerator combines hot cinnamon flavor with smooth American whiskey and adds some kick with a high proof of 91.1. The eye-catching label is set ablaze with drawn flames drawn upwards. Available in 1L, 750ml and 50ml sizes.

RUSSIA’S Green MArK VoDKA IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE U.S. For the first time, Russian top seller Green Mark Vodka is available in America. Originally launched in 2003, Green Mark is made from a traditional vodka recipe capturing the essence of classic Russian vodka. The name was inspired by the Glavspirttrest Agency, which conducted strict quality control to ensure purity in the early 20th century—only vodka that passed all assessments received the coveted “green mark” seal.

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ZIPZ offers UP wIne choIce FOR EVERY EVENT GLASSWARE CAN’T GO This spring saw the launch of Zipz, a selection of new single-serve wines. Each Zipz glass is made from food-grade PET plastic, which allows Zipz to be served where traditional glassware cannot be used including stadiums, arenas, pool areas, picnics and barbecues. Each Zipz glass is packaged in patented Zipz Clean Wrap. The first offerings, Z Selections, are California Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet with other varieties to follow.

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wILD hAre wInerY GROWS UP WITH NEW LABEL Sonoma’s Wild Hare Winery nods toward ancient legends which recount that spotting a single hare racing through a vineyard at night would ensure a bountiful and high quality harvest. With a new, mature label, the focus for Wild Hare is crafting legendary California varietal wines which include a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Marketed nationally by Bronco Wine Company.

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Ohio Liquor Control report the Flavors of Summer BY BrUCe D. StevenSOn, SUPerintenDent OhiO DiviSiOn OF LiqUOr COntrOL

thiS time OF Year iS the PerFeCt SeaSOn FOr trYing the neWeSt itemS anD FreSh SUmmer FLavOrS

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his time of year is the perfect season for trying the newest items and fresh summer flavors. We take pride in listing a wide variety of brands and flavors to suit almost any tastes. With the aid of our new Spirits innovation Program (SiP), which is a partnership between the Ohio Division of Liquor Control, spirits brokers/suppliers, and Ohio’s Contract Liquor agencies, we can keep up with continually evolving consumer tastes and innovative industry trends. SiP is helping us to improve product selection at our agency stores to better match local demands, while continually listing new items. many new and interesting flavored items that are perfect for summer are available now at local liquor agencies all across Ohio. Spirits manufacturers are very creative and continue to outdo themselves with great new flavors, flavor combinations and distinctive products. this summer,

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we’re listing new items that include lots of sweets like peach and pomegranate, confections and cakes, traditional summertime deserts and treats, and just about any other flavor you can think of, and some you’ve never imagined! many of the new flavors are in the vodka category. a few new items for this summer are Smirnoff ’s selection of light sorbets, with flavors like raspberry pomegranate, lemon, and mango passion. these products and others like them are focusing on the trend of customers wanting spirits with fewer calories, but all of the great taste. Other new summer items include Pinnacle rainbow Sherbet and Strawberry Shortcake. the Bourbon category has also become very innovative, introducing flavored items of their own. new this summer are two flavors, peach and blackberry, from Bird Dog Flavored Whiskey. another example of a unique new flavored item for summer comes from Junior Johnson’s midnight moon. they’ve come out with new blackberry and cranberry flavored moonshine. tasting events have become a very popular way for agency stores to introduce customers to

these new items. We’ve approved and average of about 200 events per month this year, and expect to see even more in the next few months with all the new summer products. in addition, we and our industry partners provide our agency stores with lots of product information to pass on to customers, like special summer drink recipes using the newest flavored items. Our goal is to provide shoppers with an easier and more enjoyable shopping experience. We always strive to serve our customers better by being on the cutting edge of new trends and offering a large and diverse selection of great products. to find out about new products, customers can visit our website at www.com.state.oh.us/liqr for the latest new products list for each month. Our website also has a search feature to find which local liquor agency carries the products customers are seeking.

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SEASONS

MENU BISON THYME

KEY LIME PIE MARTINI

2 oz. ZU Vodka ½ oz. Crème Yvette 4 fresh raspberries 2 sprigs fresh thyme Barspoon of honey syrup/honey water Few drops orange bitters Dash lemon juice

1¼ oz. Licor 43 ½ oz. Luksusowa Vodka ½ part half & half ½ part lime juice

Gently muddle one sprig of thyme, raspberries and honey. Add lemon juice, bitters, Créme Yvette, ZU and ice in a shaker. Shake well and double strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with sprig of thyme.

LOLA’S SANGRIA 2 oz. Beaujolais wine ½ oz. Lola Belle Cherry Rum ½ oz. lime juice ½ oz. pomegranate juice

Shake and strain ingredients into a ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with a generous zesting of lime and a single cherry.

Rim a martini glass with crushed graham cracker pieces. Pour ingredients into a mixing cup filled with ice. Shake and strain into glass and garnish with a lime wheel.

TITO’S HANDMADE VODKA POTEET PUNCH 1 ½ oz. Tito’s Handmade Vodka ¾ oz. limoncello ½ oz. simple syrup ½ oz. fresh lime juice 3 ripe strawberries

In the bottom of a mixing glass, muddle strawberries and simple syrup. (For a Texas-style kick, muddle a piece of fresh jalapeño with the strawberries.) Add Tito’s, limoncello, lime juice and ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a chilled glass. Garnish with a fresh strawberry.

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1½ oz. Vikingfjord Vodka ½ oz. coconut liqueur ½ oz. lime juice 1 oz. pineapple juice Barspoon of sugar cane syrup

1 ½ oz. Qui Tequila 3 oz. hibiscus syrup** 1 oz. triple sec ½ oz. fresh squeezed lemon and lime

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and add ice. Shake and strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with a pineapple wedge.

Shake all ingredients vigorously in shaker. Serve on the rocks with an orange twist. **hibiscus syrup 1 c. dried hibiscus flower 3 c. water 1 orange peel 1 c. sugar

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Bring ingredients to a boil. Let stand away from heat for one hour, then strain into carafe or other container. [This creates enough hibiscus syrup for eight drinks].

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refilling Bottles and Worse! recent investigations BY PhiLiP a. Craig

reCent inveStigatiOnS ShOW that the PrOBLem iS nOt OnLY PerSiSting, BUt aPPearS tO Be getting WOrSe

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problem that has plagued the alcohol beverage industry for years is unfortunately continuing to happen. recent investigations show that the problem is not only persisting, but appears to be getting worse. We’ve heard of kids filling up their parent’s liquor bottles to hide the drink they took, but did you know that liquor establishments can be guilty of the same thing? We certainly hope that establishment owners are taking the necessary steps to ensure that this is not happening at their location. trying to save a few bucks by switching brands or to hide a drink is not worth losing your liquor license. the Columbus Dispatch recently reported on an investigation in new Jersey where out of 150 samples collected, 30 were not the brand under which they were sold. But it gets worse, the Dispatch reports at one bar a mixture that included rubbing alcohol and caramel coloring was sold as scotch and at another bar premium liquors were refilled with unclean water! in total, 29 new Jersey bars and restaurants are accused of

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either substituting premium liquors or refilling bottles with water. all of the establishments accused face liquor license suspensions. in addition, the establishments accused must turn over records to help figure out patrons that were overcharged and they must report what employees were working on the dates samples were taken. Back in 2008, 10tv reported on an investigation by the Ohio investigative Unit that cited more than 40 bars for diluting liquor bottles here in Ohio. Bar owners cited in Ohio face six months in jail, license suspension and a $1,000 fine. if violations continue, the liquor permit can be lost. the repercussions the accused

establishments suffer can last beyond a liquor license suspension. Potential patrons will long discuss the fact that some bars and restaurants were selling substituted beverages or worse. Bars and restaurants will most likely lose business and forever carry the stigma of doing bad business. Don’t let this happen to your establishments. talk to your employees about this problem so that they are aware of the consequences. make sure that you are taking the necessary steps to ensure that employees or anyone else are not refilling bottles and make sure that you are selling a product for exactly what it is!

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SB 48 Signed On april 30, 2013 Several Liquor Laws added Or amended BY Dave raBer

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overnor kasich signed SB 48 on april 30, 2013. Several liquor new laws were added and existing laws amended; all of which every permit holders should be aware. SB 48 will streamline the transfer process for retailers who sell their businesses. it will support craft brewers in Ohio by making it easier for businesses to open and get product to market, and it will strengthen the three tier system in Ohio that has been supported by the Ohio

Dave raber, OLBa Legal Co-Counsel

legislature for the past eight decades. the new laws take effect 90 days from the date the governor signed the bill, which is July 30, 2013. here are some of the highlights contained in the new law: Beer manufacturing changes: a new license class, a-1c is created to allow beer manufacturers that produce less than 31 million gallons annually to manufacturer beer and sell beer products for home use, for consumption on the premises where manufactured and to sell to retail and wholesale permit holders. the fee for an a-1c permit is established at $1,000.00 annually. Population based liquor permit quotas: Ohio law allows a class “C” or “D” permit to be transferred for an “economic development project” in a municipal corporation or in the unincorporated area of a township where no permit are available due to quota restrictions. the new law allows the permit that has been transferred for an economic development project to be subsequently transferred to a location that does not qualify as an economic development project without regard to quota restriction. the factors that current law requires to be used to

determine the designation of an economic development project are made discretionary in the new law. if the Superintendent of the Division of Liquor Control determines that it qualifies as an economic development project, then he must designate the business as such. Liquor permits for golf courses & municipally owned airports: Current law specifies that a municipal corporation applying for classes “D” permit for use at a municipally owned airport or a golf course owned by the state or a municipal corporation, township, county or metropolitan park, the application is not subject to the quota restrictions. however, the proposed applicant, prior to applying for the permit, must certify to the Division of Liquor Control and the Liquor Control commission that they attempted to obtain, but have not obtained a permit from a permit holder located within the area where the applicant seeks the permit. the new law removes the requirement that the applicant must attempt to obtain the class of permit from a permit holder whose premises is located within the same municipal corporation or in the unincorporated area in which the premises is located. alcoholic beverage distribution franchises & territories: the new law prohibits a manufacturer of alcoholic beverages from acquiring or awarding a distribution franchise to territory to itself, a subsidiary or another entity in which it has any financial interest if that territory has previous been assigned to a distributor. a manufacturer may continue to operate a distribution franchise, if prior to July 30, 2013, they either acquired or awarded the franchise or territory to itself or a subsidiary. another exception is an a-1c, as previously described in this article or a B-2a wine manufacturer may continue to sell as current law allows. Lastly, the law provides a manufacturer may acquire a distribution franchise, not to exceed a period of 180 days, when the existing franchise is cancelled because the existing distributor has filed for bankruptcy or an involuntary petition for bankruptcy has been filed against the distributor.

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The Wholesale Beer & Wine Association of Ohio Anheuser-Busch Sales of Canton, Canton

House of LaRose (The), Brecksville

Beerco, Fostoria

Iron City Distributing, Mingo Junction

Beverage Distributors, Cleveland

Mansfield Distributing Co., Mansfield

Bobby Fisher Distributing, Springfield

Maple City Ice Co., Norwalk

Bonbright Distributors, Dayton

Matesich Distributing Co., Newark

Brown Distributing Co., Newark

Muxie Distributing Co., Bellaire

Buckeye Distributing Inc., Columbus

NWO Beverage, Inc., Northwood

C & G Distributing Co., Lima

Ohio Valley Wine & Beer Co., Evendale

C & G Distributing Co., Versailles

Pere Jacques Wine Imports LLC, Solon

Choice Brands of Ohio, Mingo Junction

R. L. Lipton Distributing, Cleveland

City Beverage Co., Defiance

Southeast Beverage Co., Athens

Classic Brands, Albany

Spriggs Distributring Co., Ironton

Classic Brands, Chillicothe

Stagnaro Distributing LLC, Cincinnati

Clermont Distributing, Batavia

Superior Beverage Group, Columbus

Columbus Distributing Co., Columbus

Superior Beverage Group, Glenwillow

Cutting Edge Selections, Mariemont

Tramonte Distributing Co., Akron

Delmar Distributing, Waldo

Treu House of Munch, Northwood

Dickerson Distributing Co., Monroe

Tri County Wholesale Distributor,

Glazer's Distributors of Ohio, Columbus

Youngstown

Hammer Co. (The), Streetsboro

Vanguard Wines, Columbus

Heidelberg Distributing Co.,

Vintage Wine Distributor, Solon

Independence

Vintage Wine Distributor, Columbus

Heidelberg Distributing Co., Columbus

Vintner Select, Mason

Heidelberg Distributing Co., Cincinnati

W. Berman & Co., Perrysburg

Heidelberg Distributing Co., Lorain

Wine Trends, Independence

Heidelberg Distributing Co., Youngstown Heidelberg Distributing Co., Dayton Heidelberg Distributing Co., Perrysburg

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State Completes its Work on Budget Bill Bill Also Includes Major Policy Revisions By JACOB C. EVANS

THE OHIO LEGISLATURE FINISHED UP ITS WORK ON THE STATE BUDGET AND INCLUDED SEVERAL ISSUES OF INTEREST

Jacob C. Evans, OLBA Legal Co-Counsel

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he Ohio Legislature finished up its work on the State Budget (Am. Sub. HB 59 for those keeping score at home), and included several issues of interest to liquor permit holders. Several tax changes were included in the final version of the bill. Effective September 1, 2013, the state sales tax rate will be 5.75% (currently 5.5%). The .25% increase will pay for an income tax cut of 10% on all brackets, phased in over three years (in 2013, it is an 8.5% cut and by 2015, will be the full 10%). Additionally, the sales tax increase will help pay for a small business tax cut for pass through entities on the first $250,000 of net income. Finally, the state currently picks up 12.5% of your property taxes on voted levies. Beginning in November 2013, the State will no longer pick up 12.5% of any new levies (property taxes based upon past levies are unaffected). The original proposal of expanding the state sales tax to services, such as accounting, legal, etc., was not included in the final version of the Budget.

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Of direct issue to liquor permit holders were a couple of changes to Ohio’s liquor laws. Once change includes a definitional change to intoxicating liquor that will regulate and allow new advances in manufactured alcoholic beverages, including jello shots, candies with liquor and other type confections, to be a defined and a product that Division of Liquor Control could ultimately approve for sale in the State of Ohio. As noted previously, an exemption to the state’s open container law was offered for racetrack facilities meeting certain requirements. As many race fans attend races in RVs and tailgate, the ability to monitor the flow of alcoholic beverages between the “permit” premises and the tailgating areas was difficult, if not impossible. Among the requirements that must be meant in order to have the exemption, the race track must have a motor car race that is scheduled for that time, it is an officially sanctioned event and the track must be of a certain minimum size. Another issue of interest was language included in the House version of the Budget bill that would have prohibited any lottery ticket from being sold or purchased by the use of computer, credit card, debit card of fax. This was to ensure that the purchase of lottery tickets was being done in person, and not on line. This language was removed by the Senate and was not included in the

final version of the Budget Bill sent to Governor Kasich. Originally, a new liquor permit had been created for a restaurant located in a park district adjacent to Lake Erie. The final version of the Budget bill, while still accomplishing the end goal, instead said that such a D permit could be issued to a restaurant in a park district adjacent to Lake Erie, regardless of the quota system. This is a much more narrowly defined exemption as a opposed to the creation of a new permit class. Another change regarding liquor permits was for the D-5j in which, under current law, could only be issued to a city or village established prior to 1840. The revised language changes the date to 1860. Going back to my first article on the State Budget earlier this year: this bill is about more than just finances (as you can see from the several policy changes listed above). However, it is important you are aware as they can impact your business!

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NUMBERS Industry Facts & Stats New York Scores Big at Tasters Guild At Taster’s Guild International’s 26th annual wine competition in May, New York wineries collected nearly 200 medals. Double gold medals, requiring a unanimous vote by the judging panel, went to Schulze Vineyards & Winery 2011 Block Three Ice Wine ($54.95); Swedish Hill Winery 2010 Late Harvest Vignoles ($23) and 2011 Vidal Blanc ($11.99); and Torrey Ridge Winery Blue Sapphire ($11.29). Among gold medalists, Keuka Sp ring Vineyards and Osprey’s Dominion led with four, while Chateau LaFayette Reneau, Goose Watch Winery, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, Thirsty Owl Winery, Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars and Torrey Ridge took home three. The competition, held in Grand Rapids, MI, featured more than 2,000 wine entries from 10 countries and 27 states or provinces. Full results at tastersguild.com

Beer’s Loss = Wine & Spirits’ Gain U.S. beer consumption peaked in 2008, while wine and spirits sales have been consistently growing for more than 20 years, according to the research firm Consumer Edge Insights. In 1985 wine's share of consumption was about

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Moonshine on the Fast Track Junior Johnson started selling his family’s moonshine when he was 14; now at 81, he’s selling it legally. But those aren’t the most impressive numbers about Junior and the moonshine category; outpacing the competition by 2:1, Junior Johnson’s Midnight Moon is on track to sell more than 500,000 nine-liter cases this year. Fueled by products that range from 80 to 100 proof and include six fruit infusions, it seems that the NASCAR legend’s brand, first launched in 2007, is serving as a pretty zippy pace car for the entire category.

13%, while beer's was 55% and spirits represented 32% share. Now wine is sitting at 16% share, spirits at 31%, and beer's share is down to 53%. David Decker, president of Consumer Edge Insights, attributes this trend primarily to evolving tastes; the attraction new brands and/or flavors; and consumers’ perception of wine as being healthier than beer.

Not all is lost for beer. It is still consumers' favorite category with 40% who say they prefer it. Wine and spirits are essentially tied for second place with 28% and 27%. But when it comes to women and Millennials, two growing demographics, wine and spirits rule. Of consumers aged 21-27, 32% prefer spirits, followed by beer at 31% and wine at 23%. Women prefer wine by (40%), followed by spirits (27%) and beer (25%).

It’s interesting to see how the mix of favored spirits has changed over just three decades. In 1980 whiskey held the greatest share in terms of consumption at 49%, followed by vodka (19%), gin (9%), rum (7%) and tequila (2%). Fast forward to 2010: whiskey’s share was halved 24% and vodka’s share was up to 32%. Rum and tequila also grew steadily in share to 13% and 6% respectively, while gin slipped to 6% in 2010. Since 2010, however, whiskey and gin have been on the upswing and gin is gaining popularity in craft circles. Indicative of a broader—and perhaps more adventurous—spirits market overall, “other” categories of spirits rose from a 14% market share in 1980 to 19% in 2010.

Napa Back on Top Auction Napa Valley celebrated a return to splendor this year. Led by the live auction—which brought in $14.3 million in less than four hours and only 45 lots— the four-day event raised more than $16.9 million in all, topping their previous record of $10.5 million set in 2005. The 2013 event also put Auction Napa Valley back atop the charity wine auction scene; the total take was more than $1 million above the previous record, set by the Naples Winter Wine Festival in 2007.

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&PROMOTIONS sVeDKA GETS IN HOLIDAY SPIRIT WITH LIMITED EDITION BOTTLE Just in time for the red, white and bluest holiday on the calendar, Svedka has come out with a limited party-edition Stars & Stripes bottle. The decorative bottle takes inspiration from the American flag and makes a bold patriotic statement for summer. Some flag-inspired cocktails are available on the Svedka website.

svedka.com srP: $21.99/1.75L

TrInchero fAMILY esTATes PRESENTS DR. ANGOVE “THE RECIPE” The first vintage of Dr. Angove, a 2012 red blend from South Australia, has been launched by Trinchero Family Estates and Angove Family Winemakers. Dr. Angove “The Recipe” is a blend of 50% Shiraz, 30% Grenache and 20% Petit Verdot. The wine is a modern take on Dr. William Thomas Angove’s original red wines that he created in Adelaide, more than 100 years ago.

BACARDI PINEAPPLE FUSION IS A SPIRIT OF COLLABORATION Bacardi recently released Pineapple Fusion, bringing together the sweet notes of pineapple rum with toasty notes of coconut rum for drinks that are full of Caribbean island flavor. Bacardi Pineapple Fusion is recommended as a chilled shot or mixed with coconut water, fruit juice or soda. 70 proof.

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cAnADIAn MIsT MAKERS LAUNCH MIST FLAVORS Brown-Forman and Canadian Mist are introducing new Mist Flavors in select markets across the U.S. beginning in June. The flavors are Peach Mist, Cinnamon Mist and Maple Mist whisky, and all start with Canadian Mist blended with proprietary cinnamon, maple or peach liqueurs for a smooth, light selection. All are available in 50ml and 750ml sizes and bottled at 70 proof.

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PIcKeT fence PRESENTS 2012 ALEXANDER VALLEY SAUVIGNON BLANC Winemaker Alison Crowe captures the heritage of the Alexander Valley in Picket Fence’s new 2012 Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is rich with aromas of summer—fresh grass, white flowers, peaches, mango and passion fruit—with a delicious tang. Picket Fence Sauvignon Blanc is fresh as the Russian River that flows near the vineyard.

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wInerY exchAnGe LAUNCHES OGIO WINE BRAND California-based Winery Exchange recently launched the OGIO wine brand in the U.S. The stylish portfolio includes a Prosecco, Pinot Grigio and Tuscan red blend, which first debuted at the South Beach Food & Wine Festival. Key distribution markets for 2013 include New York, Boston, L.A., Miami, San Francisco, Charlotte and Dallas, with full rollout planned for 2014.

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agency store complete an alcohol server training class! During a class session, students begin by taking a pre-test, which will help them gauge their knowledge prior to the class. the rest of the session consists of a training session by a certified instructor, a video and a workbook. afterward, they are tested again. those who pass the test receive a certificate and a tam certification card that they can keep in their wallet. these classes are $25 per student for OLBa member establishments and $60 per student for non-members. the online class option is $50 per student and is available at www.olba.org . We have a class coming up at the Buckeye Bar expo on October 14, 2013 at the hollywood Casino Columbus from 9am to noon. the trade show starts immediately afterward so come make a day out of it! Don’t wait until you’ve been cited for what your employees didn’t know. have them trained before it is too late! to register for this class you can show up in person or go to www.buckeyebarexpo.com. if this class time doesn’t work for you the OLBa makes scheduling classes easier than ever. here’s what you need: • A place to hold the class. Your establishment can work fine, but it needs to be in a quiet area away from the day-to-day operations of

your business. it also needs to be large enough to set up classroom style for at least fifteen people. if you don’t have fifteen people don’t worry, there is also an online version of the class. • Three dates that can work for you. the classes are 3 ½ hours long so please be prepared to block out that much time on your chosen date. We can schedule the class at any time of day, depending on what works best for you. When you have decided upon these two things, call our office at 800-6785995 and we’ll get to work scheduling the class for you. We assign a certified tam instructor to your class and that’s it. the only thing left for you to do is to inform your employees and encourage them to attend. Some employers even make it mandatory. these classes are very beneficial to tavern owners. Sometimes, insurance agents even provide lower rates to tavern owners who have all their servers trained. For further information on how you can protect your establishment by giving your servers this valuable information, please call the OLBa State Office at 1-800-678-5995.

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Have Stack Wines, Will Travel The Industry’s Most Innovative Single-Serve Wine Concept Rolls Out Nationwide BY KRISTEN BIELER

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ometimes the most revolutionary Portability is central to the brand’s ideas are the most obvious ones. identity (the tagline featured on the packStack Wines falls squarely in this age reads: “Take It With You”). For this “why-didn’t-someone-think-of-thatreason, Wynn says, Stack Wines doesn’t before?” category. target a specific demographic—everyone is The idea may be simple—750ml bottle a potential consumer: “If you are camping of wine divided up into four single servor on a boat this product is perfect for that ings in ready-to-drink glassware ideal for situation—or if you just want one glass of taking anywhere—but the packaging is wine on Tuesday without opening a bottle. not. In development for three years, Stack This isn’t meant to replace your bottle of Wines features a snap-apart design with wine at a fine restaurant; it’s meant to be four individual shatter-proof stemless an option when you might otherwise not wine glasses shrink-wrapped in a sturdy think of wine.” zip-apart sleeve. Stack Wines launched in March of ‘Zip, Snap & Sip’ 2012—and recently expanded nationally in It took Wynn and her co-founders over a partnership with Shaw Ross International year to develop and repeatedly test their Importers—but the idea was hatched in supply chain, and move from prototype 2010 when business school student Matt to final product. It was difficult to find Zimmer was at home drinking a stale glass a bottling line that could achieve the of wine. A lightbulb went off and he started correct vacuum seal required for wine. sketching a bottle of wine that was divided Getting the four glasses to snap together in four parts. Zimmer then teamed up with consistently was also a challenge. After fellow MBA classmates Jodi Wynn and years of trial and error. Stack Wines’ Doug Allan (whose background includes current incarnation was born. The exterior wine educator and a stint at Napa’s shrink sleeve includes a graphic of a zipper Chateau Montelena), and the on the side with the instructions ZIP SNAP SIP trio began rapidly prototyping “Zip, Snap, Sip” and, once unzipped, the concept. releases four glasses snapped together “Matt and I were not part like Legos. “It feels like holding glass, of the wine industry, but we but has all the benefits of plastic,” saw this product as someWynn describes. thing that could fit into our Benefits that include a far lower lives as consumers,” explains carbon footprint and recyclability. Wynn, who serves as Stack “Because they are 50% lighter than Wines’ VP of Marketing. “It glass bottles, we can fit 40% more is the perfect solution to the wine onto a truck,” Wynn says. “The problem of having to lug trade also appreciates that it has the glasses, bottles and corkscrews same dimensions as a regular 750ml to outdoor concerts, music bottle of wine for easy slotting next to festivals and picnics.” other 750ml bottles.”

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Quality, Convenience & Fascination It’s the wine inside, however, that has consumers coming back a second time. “There is a lot of alternative wine packaging out there, but many have very entry-level wine in them,” says Wynn. “We are trying to help change that by offering quality wine in convenient package.” Co-founder Doug Allan works with wine suppliers to achieve the flavor profile he is looking for—wines that are refreshing, designed to be consumed in casual, often outdoor, environments. The four offerings—Cabernet, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and an off-dry red blend, “Charisma”—are all California appellation and SRP $11.99-$12.99. “The first time the Stack Wines founders came to our offices, we were fascinated,” recalls Nick James, VP Marketing, Shaw Ross International Importers. “We had never seen anything like this before.” James noticed the same thing when he passed the Stack Wines samples around his office as he did when he showed them to his chain buyers: People immediately start unzipping and unsnapping the package. “We knew right away we had something unique here.” Even members of the trade who thought they had seen everything found the packaging appealing—all the more so when they tasted the wine. “The quality of the wine really delivers,” James adds. Shaw Ross is still rolling out Stack Wines nationwide— so far, about 20 markets carry it. And reorders are already pouring in. n

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DEWAR’S HIGHLANDER HONEY & COLA 3 parts cola 1 part Dewar’s Highlander Honey Pour over ice in a tall glass.

ISLAND GIRL 1½ oz. Blue Chair Bay Coconut Rum 1 oz. orange juice 1 oz. pineapple juice 2 oz. lemon-lime juice

Build ingredients directly into a tall glass with ice. Stir (and flirt while you do). For garnish, add orange slice and cherry.

THE GRAND 1 part Twenty Grand Vodka with Cognac 2 parts club soda or sparkling water

Serve over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.

RED, WHITE & BOOM 1¾ parts Svedka Stars & Stripes ¾ part lemonade ½ part triple sec 1 part cranberry juice Juice of six whole limes 12 cups ice Whole blueberries and quartered strawberries for garnish

Combine all ingredients in a bowl large enough to accommodate all the liquids and 5-6 cups of ice; stir. Garnish with the berries and serve. Add more ice as needed. Serves 25-30 servings.

SWEET & SPICY MARGARITA 1 part JDK & Sons Crave Chocolate Chili Liqueur 2 parts Sauza Blue Reposado Tequila 2 parts fresh lemon sour 1 part fresh lime juice

Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass over ice and shake. Strain into a margarita glass with ice. Garnish with a lime wedge.

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he Distilled Spirits Council of the United States recently called vodka “the backbone of the spirits industry,” noting it accounts for 32% of total volume. By any measure, this marks a startling success story; as a newcomer to the U.S. in the 1950s, vodka comprised a mere 1% of spirits consumed in the U.S. Capitalizing at first on its provocative Russian roots and clean taste, carried into the 1990s by luxury aspirations, then reinvigorated as a craft-cocktail canvas and reinvented with bursts of flavor for the new millennium, vodka has grown too big to fail. Over the course of 2012, 65.2 million 9-liter cases of vodka were sold.

To accomplish those kinds of sales, you need a lot of different people enjoying vodka—a lot of the time. According to Jim Short, director of marketing and merchandising for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, the appeal of basic unflavored vodka spans all seasons and a great diversity of drinkers, an audience that Pennsylvania serves by casting a wide net with close to 200 unflavored vodka SKUs (including multiple sizes). “I just reviewed an analysis of basket sales where we look at the types of spirits in a basket with whiskey—what else that individual purchases. And the other spirit they bought most was vodka. It could be restocking, having a party


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or a spouse drinking it, but we recognize that whatever someone buys, they are also a potential vodka buyer,” says Short. Pennsylvania sells “a ton of vodka,” with figures even greater than the national average. Unflavored vodka accounts for 26% of spirits (35% with flavors included) and a full 12% of total wine and spirits sales. Even so, the challenge for any vodka brand, in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, is harnessing space on a shelf that already covers every price and every imaginable proposition, from organic to glacial to celeb-studded. “Choosing brands is a tough decision,” says Short. “We’re presented with another 20 to 40 different vodkas all looking for a pricing gap, but there are no gaps.”

Vodka for Value Hunters Vodka is everyone’s drink, but not everyone drinks the same vodka. At the entry level, vodka drinkers themselves appear aware that their spirit of choice presents a wealth of options and narrow breadth of flavor, suggesting that these vodkas are prone to commoditization. “At the low end, you see little loyalty. That consumer is shopping price,” confirms Short. At American Way Wine & Spirits in Lakewood, NJ, store manager Andrew Howard, has succeeded with new value brands, finding these drinkers willing to make a switch. “A lot of our value vodka drinkers were won over when Wave came along. We were able to offer it on sale for $15.99 and sell a lot of it,” says Howard.

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In many cases, these newcomer value brands, including Wave and Pinnacle, appealed to a younger demographic and drove trial with proprietary flavors. Lured in by Pinnacle’s Whipped or Wave’s Chocolate Covered Pretzel, consumers accepted the brands and soon adopted their unflavored offering as well. It’s a reverse engineering of the flavor extensions that has earned fast growth for these young upstarts. Given that about four of every five bottles of vodka sold in America today is unflavored, the ability of a flagship neutral vodka to attract new fans can be crucial to the overall health of a vodka brand, no matter how many flavors are in the line. Just as entry-level consumers are prone to shop across brands, they similarly show little allegiance to retailers. “They are going to shop us on price. If someone has it a dollar cheaper, we will do our best to price match. This drinker is very price-sensitive,” says Howard. To help counteract the diminishing margin, Howard uses the appeal of vodka value to move customers through the store. “I have vodka everywhere, in the front of the store and in the back,” he says, noting that Svedka is also a hot brand DIRTY among value hunters. MARTINI

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Loyalty Rewards Few brands in any spirits category have enjoyed the enduring brand loyalty of Absolut Vodka, even with its over-$20 price tag and countless extensions over the years. Also in this elevated pricing tier, Cîroc, Ketel One and Grey Goose drinkers have developed firm brand allegiance by most accounts. In young and fashionable Miami, family-owned Global Liquors is doing brisk business in these luxury brands. Francisco De Abreu, who owns and operates Global Liquors with his brother and sister, says the brands that are selling well are a direct result of high profile on-premise placements and celebrity allure. “What customers are most interested in is what is sold in the nightclubs,” says De Abreu. “Go party in South Beach and see what people have on their table, and that’s what people will want to have at home. Grey Goose does a great job in putting bottles in the nightclub and that’s why it’s the vodka that sells the most in our store.”


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Aiming to reinforce their appeal with mixologists, Svedka recently staged a “Social Mixology: Unchained” event showcasing progressive techniques including liquid-nitrogenfrozen herbs, vaporized cocktails and vodka soda. Ketel One has maintained admirable brand loyalty— something that has become less common in the value end of the vodka category.

These consumers are less likely to be lured out of their way to save a few dollars, so De Abreu has a strategy to boost sales, one that appeals to their conspicuous consumption and self esteem: a promotion of two large 1.75L bottles of Grey Goose for $99. “We run that sale every three or four months. It’s an enticing deal because it does save the consumer money, around $15, but it does not treat them like bargain shoppers,” he says. As a relatively new retailer, open just two years, Global Liquors offers about 4050 unflavored vodkas, focused on those with established popularity and broad branding efforts. The old selling points about filtering, origin and base ingredients are merely trivia. “The educated client that cares how vodka is filtered and distilled, whether it is it from rye, potatoes, grain or grapes, is a small minority. We are a nightclub culture. It’s about the name, about appearances,” says De Abreu, noting that Cîroc, with the investment of P. Diddy, and Pitbull’s participation with Voli, have helped to bring these brands into the clubbing circle. In Pennsylvania, the state often hosts celebrities in-store for signings and tastings, and Jim Short has observed mixed

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results. Dan Aykroyd draws the most when he comes, and his Crystal Head sells well. Ditto Bethenny Frankel of Skinnygirl.

Small Successes With a mantra to persuade people to “drink better,” Nick Conti, assembles an interesting selection of vodkas for his website drinkbetter.com and his partnership in two Connecticut retail locations by focusing on intrinsics that matter to modern consumers. “I think 10 years ago people were very brand loyal, including vodka drinkers, but that has disappeared for several reasons. One, flavors drove people to try other brands, and also smaller brands are speaking to people and communicating a story,” says Conti. “There is a shift away from loyalty across the board.” The organic status of Square One Vodka, and local, artisanal nature of Tito’s are stories that consumers relate to and remember, according to Conti. “I follow the consumers, and they are telling me they like brands with a personal touch,” he says. Other vodkas that successfully sell organic include Rain, Purus and Crop.

A surprise success for Conti, Froggy B. Vodka takes a page from the political playbook by adopting the opponent’s platform: Froggy B. is a French vodka, produced from wheat and distilled in Cognac. With brand intrinsics closely aligned to some higherpriced brands, many drinkers have proved willing to leave the premium price and the pretense behind, making it a breakout brand, notes Conti.

Top Shelf rising While value brands have benefitted from the recession years, the recently resurgent stock market bodes well for the renewal of luxury. For 2012, super-premium brands again lead vodka category growth, increasing 10% by volume. At Ludwig’s Fine Wine & Spirits in Marin County, CA, Magid Nazari has evolved the vodka selection along with his family’s business, which caters to affluent residents and connoisseurs of good living. “Most of these people have a rather broad but trained palate. They love great single malt, fine Napa Cab and the best of everything. It’s not that vodka is a particular passion, but part of their lifestyle” says Nazari.


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To that end, Nazari offers about 60 vodkas, all super-premium, only 10 of which are flavored. “I pretty much don’t sell flavors unless they are locally produced, like Hangar 1. It’s not our thing,” he says. So what are the vodkas that seduce wine lovers? “I sell a lot of Grey Goose, Belvedere, Ketel One and Stoli Elit, which is a very different style, more distinctive than a lot of luxury vodkas which try to be very smooth and round,” says Nazari. From here, the selection ascends to extremepremium, including Beluga Vodka Gold, priced at $100, and Vallure at $230. “I don’t want to compete with bigger stores on Stoli and Absolut. I would be competing on price. I prefer to compete on selection, to relate vodka to the producers of spirits that do everything on a small but premium scale,” says Nazari. The encouraging news regarding vodka is that there is no shortage of buyers and brands that suit them. With new labels still proliferating and the category continuing its decades of dominance, these savvy sellers recognize vodka’s broad appeal and ample opportunities mean it’s still a great shot at success, especially for those who know their particular market.

vodka calling cards Today’s vodka shelves are not unlike a crowded bar, or a job fair—the more players there are, the more alike they appear. With vodka, the sense of sameness is accentuated by the simple fact that unflavored vodka aspires to neutrality. But, of course, the distinctions are quite real—ranging from

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texture, viscosity and finish to packaging and specifics of origin and production. Every reseller of straight vodka is forced to make decisions on BLOODY what to carry. One natural MARY approach is to spread the options across multiple price points; another is to offer a balance of imported and domestic, big brand and craft/local. Whatever tack one takes, however, the key is to know what’s on offer. Every vodka has a story; sales staff and bartenders should be able to sum up a vodka’s reason for being on the shelf whenever a customer asks. Think of it as a calling card, an elevator pitch, an opening line. A few examples: ❖ 360. Quadruple-distilled and five-times filtered, 360 has won awards for both quality and environmentally responsible packaging (the flip-top closure makes the bottle reusable). ❖ American Harvest. Here is your All-American spirit. Made in very small batches from organic winter wheat and water from deep below the Snake River Plain. ❖ Double Cross. This is Slovakian vodka, seven times distilled and seven times filtered—in a package that features both the ancient symbol of the Slovak coat of arms and inscriptions of poetry from the 1800s. ❖ Epic. Distilled in Cognac from wheat harvested in Champagne, this French vodka is named for the great moments

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often found in everyday living, yet sometimes taken for granted. ❖ Finlandia. Based on barley, Finlandia is made via a continuous distillation process that includes more than 200 steps. So pure it needs no filtering, it is blended with untouched glacial spring water. ❖ Georgi. This is a value brand with Russian inspiration and an extra dash of sex appeal in their outdoor advertising. ❖ Heroes. First bottled on Veterans Day (11.11.11), veteran-owned Heroes is made from 100% American corn and a portion of sales go to AMVETS, supporting activeduty military and veterans. ❖ High Rise. A brand new “retro” vodka, High Rise evokes the style and sophistication of the 1960s cocktail era; made with winter wheat and limestone water from New York’s Finger Lakes region. ❖ I Spirit. It’s the Italian vodka! Started as a collaboration that included Harry’s Bar, I Spirit is distilled five times and uses crystal clear water from the Dolomites.


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❖ Iceberg. Harvested from actual chunks of icebergs off the coast of Canada, the water in Iceberg is 7,000 times purer than tap water. Perfectly chilled when the maple leaf changes color. ❖ Krü 82. Distilled from French wheat, Krü 82 has a unique stainless steel bottle with built-in utility clip and nylon strap. Cool, durable, goes anywhere.

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he flavored vodka world isn’t all about candy and ice cream. There is a growing group of savory entrants, such as Crop Cucumber, ZU Vodka (an ancient Polish brand flavored with Bison Grass), newlyreleased The Bay Seasoned Vodka (flavored with traditional Chesapeake Bay herbs and spices) and perhaps the most unique: Hophead. Created by Anchor Distilling in San Francisco, Hophead is distilled entirely from hops. It tastes like nothing else on the market. Anchor president David King became enamored with the smell of hops coming out of the company’s brewery and distillery and the idea was born. Using small copper pot stills and two types of dried hops from Washington State’s Yakima Valley, the resulting liquid is intensely flavorful, yet almost doesn’t fit in the category of flavored vodkas (King prefers to refer to it as a premium craft spirit). Hophead makes a mean Bloody Mary, and mixes well in a wider range of cocktails than one might expect (at 90 proof, it is delicious in martinis and beer cocktails particularly). It’s also perfect to sip on its own. (SRP $29.95)

Vodka’s inherent neutrality makes image more important than ever. American Harvest is among a handful of brands enticing consumers with an organic identity.

❖ Legend of Kremlin. Based on the first known recipe for Russian vodka, and long produced only for Moscow royalty and the church, Legend of Kremlin is the only Russian vodka made in traditional copper vats.

❖ New Amsterdam. Before New York was New York, it was New Amsterdam; this vodka captures the city’s essence. Value pricing and “five times distilled” messaging helped the brand become fastest spirits brand ever to sell 1 million cases. ❖ Oddka. Don’t overthink this one: it’s vodka with a wicked good sense of humor. Attributed to a chap named Wit Oddoski, who claims he thought up “vodka flavoured vodka.” ❖ Punzoné. Crafted in a five-column distillation system from organic Italian wheat grown in Northwest Italy, then blended with pristine waters from the Italian Alps. ❖ Purity. Living up to its name, Purity is distilled 34 times, in a pot still made of copper and gold. This Swedish brand claims to be the most award-winning ultrapremium vodka in the world. ❖ Russian Standard. The name rings true: this is the #1 vodka in Russia, based on a formula first commissioned by Tsar Alexander III using hardy winter wheat from the Russian steppes and glacial waters of the frozen north. ❖ Skyy. Since its humble start in San Francisco in 1992, Skyy has soared. Its smooth, clean taste derives from fourcolumn distillation, triple filtration and a proprietary reverse osmosis process. ❖ Slovenia. Created using buckwheat and Alpine water by chef Peter X. Kelly to be “the culinary vodka,” Slovenia gains extra street cred from input by Russian-born dancer Mikhail Barishnikov and “Good Will Ambassador and Commissioner of Fun” Bill Murray.

❖ Sobieski. The #1 premium vodka in Poland (the real birthplace of vodka, not Russia) at a great price. Made from golden Dankowski Rye and pure water from Oligocene springs; continuously distilled for smoothness. ❖ Stolichnaya. Iconic Stoli is the flag-waver of Russian vodkas in the U.S. Popular for generations, it’s set to make a fresh market push as the brand owner, Russia’s SPI Group, will establish its own importing arm in the U.S. in 2014. ❖ Three Olives. This is “the London vodka.” Paying homage to the classic martini, the brand was recently repackaged and supported by ads featuring actor Clive Owen. ❖ Ultimat. From Poland, considered by many the birthplace of vodka, Ultimat is crafted from three ingredients—wheat for smoothness, rye for complexity, potato for richness. ❖ Van Gogh. Though the brand is best known for wild flavors, Van Gogh’s triple-distilled “Classic” is balanced and smooth. The distillery in Holland dates back to 1879. ❖ Vikingfjord. The glacial vodka of Norway, Vikingfjord is a potato-based spirit made in a five-column still, then charcoal-filtered and blended using crystal clear water that was frozen for 5,000 years. ❖ Vixen. Created by three friends after a girls’ getaway, Vixen bills itself as “lust in liquid form” and sports two sexy legs in their logo. Made in a glass still in Colorado. ■


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“The Punch phenomenon emerged as part of the craft cocktail revival and the recovery of the lost arts of the bar,” says Chad Solomon, co-founder along with Christy Pope of Cuffs & Buttons Cocktail Catering & Consulting, a Brooklyn, NYbased firm. He adds: “At a certain point beginning a few years ago, we all discovered Punch. And once it entered, it replaced bottle service; Punch is ideal for a shared experience.” One of Cuffs & Buttons’ clients, Laird & Company— America’s oldest family-owned distillery, dating back to the 1600s and famed for its line of applejack brandies—has seen its overall sales turbo-charged thanks to the country’s Punch revival. Cuffs & Buttons created “The Spirit of ’76,” which features Laird’s Bonded Straight Apple Brandy, and its popularity helped the company’s sales jump by an astonishing 25% in the

last three years, says Lisa Laird-Dunn, VP and ninth-generation member in the Scobeyville, NJ-based firm. She adds, “In the last six years, Punch has really taken off; it is a natural transition from classic cocktails to Punches.” At Bar TNT in Arlington, VA, co-owner and bartender Todd Thrasher, says, “We serve a fresh-made Punch every day during and after Happy Hour.” During Happy Hour, Bar TNT charges $4 for a six-ounce serving; afterwards, $8. Thrasher reports, since the first day Bar TNT opened, during Happy Hour, “Punch accounts for about half our sales; it’s a big, big seller.” Thrasher and his partner also operate five other restaurants and bars in the northern Virginia region, and all of them feature Punch. John Gersten, general manager at Drink in Boston, MA, notes that Punch is the ideal drink to offer as guests turn up for a special party or a private event. Says Gersten: “We try to have guests get a glass of punch as soon as they arrive. It takes a little pressure off the bartenders, plus it is a really great way to get people to mingle and talk.” Gersten has served such historic Punches as Philadelphia Fish House Punch, Regent’s Punch and Drink’s signature Sons of Liberty Punch. The Fish House Punch is a classic recipe, and interested bartenders may find it and many others in Jerry’s Thomas’s How to Mix Drinks, or the Bon Vivant’s Companion. This ground-breaking book was originally published in 1862 and it is widely considered the first serious American book on cocktails and Punches by drinks historians. (The book is available in reprint at amazon.com)


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Ice-Breaker Meets Time-Saver Punch is a fundamentally social drink, in a way that individually crafted cocktails simply can not be, say mixologists. “Punch is all about shared merriment,” says Joaquin Simo, a partner at Pouring Ribbons, a Lower East Side Manhattan bar. “And it’s a great way to save time for servers.” As Damon Boelte, bar director at Frankies and Prime Meats in Brooklyn, notes, “If you take the whole spectrum of drinks, Punch is without doubt the most social of drinks.” He adds, “We offer Punch every day at Prime Meats; it’s priced at $5 and we serve it in our collection of antique Punch glasses.” And it is a steady, profitable seller. Boelte reports, “Punch accounts for about eight to ten percent of our bar business, which is actually quite substantial as we are known as a cocktail destination.” As best-selling author of Imbibe and Punch, drinks historian Dave Wondrich adds a very practical note in serving Punch whether at a bar or at home: “For a busy, craft-cocktail type bar, it works like it does for home entertainers: It gives them a way of serving large parties quickly with something delicious. The bartenders can knock out a bowl in as much time as it takes to make a single drink, and that’s six or eight people taken care of happily— sharing a bowl of punch is a fun social Todd Thrasher, co-owner and bartender, Bar TNT in Arlington, VA

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Dave Wondrich’s Keys to Concocting the Perfect Punch

In Dave Wondrich’s book Punch, the author details four essential steps to making an authentic, savory Punch.

1. The “Ambrosial Essence” of Jerry Thomas Wondrich credits Jerry Thomas, the 19th century father-of-all-things-cocktail, with underlining the importance of the foundation of all great Punches: Oleo-saccharum, or “oil-sugar.” This “ambrosial essence” is a mixture of sugar and lemon oils, achieved by peeling the yellow skin of the lemons (not the white pulp underneath) and putting these peeled curls into an appropriate measure of sugar for a minimum of 30 minutes, but the longer the better. This infuses the sugar with a deep lemony character, imparting depth of flavor to any serious Punch.

2. Shrub This is the name of the base liquid blend of lemon or citrus juice in any authentic Punch. Depending on the specific recipe, the addition of a little water, to the shrub in advance of mixing in other spirits is critical, enabling spice and other ingredients to achieve their fullest flavors. Hint: Wondrich recommends the use of boiling water.

3. The Order Either by trial-and-error in creating a new Punch recipe, or in scrupulously following the sequence in mixing the remainder of ingredients in an established Punch recipe, the order in adding each ingredient is critical to the successful blending of a Punch.

4. Proportions Wondrich cautions that be it a single drink or crafting a large bowl of Punch, pay special attention to the proportions of the constituent characteristics in a given recipe: sweet, sour, strong and weak.

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ritual—and one bartender who can get back to slinging drinks for the cocktail geeks at the bar.” Francesco Lafranconi, executive director of mixology and spirits education for Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada, whose clients include major national hotel groups as well as many Las Vegas properties where he is based, says, “The Punch shared at the table is a true manifestation of conviviality, it creates an atmosphere of ‘reunion’ among friends, a jovial way to share the same drinking experience/recipe together.” Punch presentation is key as well, notes Lafranconi: “Nowadays, punch is often the more hip and trendy alternative to Margarita and Sangria pitchers. The vessel is very important too; it can span from milk glass punch bowls to acrylic ones.” And he underscores the idea that Punch is also a labor-saving choice for large parties: “Implementing punch recipe programs for private functions would allow the bartenders to serve dozen of drinks in a very short period of time, versus individual crafted drinks. From a hotel banquet department perspective, this would allow less bar staff and ‘open bar’ ingredients to be involved, thus cutting labor and mise en place needs.” Whether it’s a classic from the 19th century or an original created with seasonal ingredients and the finest spirits, Punch today is punching well above its already potent strength for savvy bar owners, restaurateurs and food and beverage managers at leading hotels. ■


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The Spirits Handler Alan Walter, Creative Director, Loa, New Orleans, LA BY ALIA AKKAM

hen he worked at French Quarter icon Iris, Alan Walter’s artful cocktails were the perfect complement to the swanky restaurant’s contemporary American cooking. Now, he’s at Loa, the upbeat, candle-strewn bar at the cozy International House Hotel, captivating guests with vibrant “potations” like bourbon with lemongrass, thyme, mint and black walnut bitters.

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THE BEVERAGE NETWORK: You have a background in theatre. How does this inform your approach to the bar? ALAN WALTER: Creating drinks is a theatrical thing, with a moment of set-making to it. As the old saying goes: You may not be able to change someone’s mind, but you can change their mood. A bar space can favor all sorts of communal experience. It’s way more than what is in the drink. It’s about the hospitality exchange, the ambiance and the music. It’s important to have an eye on all those things. TBN: How does New Orleans inspire your cocktails? AW: The older I get, the more interested I am in historical details and the past. One of my most successful drinks is a modification of a recipe from the 1940s,

the La La Louisiane with Rittenhouse Rye, Carpano Antica, Cynar, absinthe and chicory bitters. Really, the core of it for me is finding creative uses for indigenous things growing here, things that can’t even be purchased, but foraged, like clover and moss.

definitely don’t want to order a martini when they can have a different experience here. The Sazerac is a tried and true drink for a certain drinker. I’m a bit out of love with it. It’s a legacy and profoundly simple, but I’m not sure how much it really expresses New Orleans.

TBN: You are known for your array of house-made syrups. Tell us about them. AW: They are the source of things that are inspiring to me: fresh citrus, different leaves and herbs. I have about 20 or so in use at a time, from a ginger to Serrano pepper and rose petal. In our bar, these are at the bartender’s disposal—as close as the liquor bottles are—and have to be reached for constantly. It’s just one of the tools to make a recipe.

TBN: As a bartender in a hotel, do you notice a difference among locals and those who are spending the night? AW: Because it’s a boutique hotel, we’re more likely to get a well-versed traveler, the kind of person who can’t be at the Sheraton. I almost have more fun with people who see and taste a lot because then I can pull out the better tricks. It seems that maybe because New Orleans leans out toward the visitor, the cocktail culture has gotten more and more impressive. The locals definitely have a lot of great choices here, and we have a pretty good contingency, but many are casual and happy drinking a beer like they would in Austin or Dallas.

TBN: What are the most popular cocktails on the menu? AW: A large percentage of the list is found pretty accessible to the audience. I have a cocktail with gin, pineapple-balsamic syrup, St.Germain and Thai basil: the Delilah. It seems to win people over. Another popular one is the Jean Lafitte, with rum, Pisco, Spanish moss, dried lime and fennel. I did not expect that. But it’s not that bizarre when you drink it. It has an earthy green tea taste. TBN: So it doesn’t sound like you have to do much arm-twisting to get your guests to go beyond the Sazerac. AW: The ball has been in play long enough that they have gone down that path already. Several factors that help that out, like a little bit of a trust. Or, when people see the theatricality of the bar and say, “Wait, what is all that for?” Then they

TBN: It’s time for Tales of the Cocktail again, and Loa will be slammed. How do you adapt, for instance, from a regular night at the bar to a crush of guests? AW: I think the pleasures of the bar fade if you have to wait more than eight to ten minutes for a drink. It’s accepted at some establishments, but it’s really not okay. We have a lot of little tricks that help us. In a cocktail that may have seven ingredients, let’s say three are spirits. As long as they aren’t perishable, they can go in a bottle pre-mixed in proper proportion. That alone can help you have good service for a busy bar even when people are hitting the cocktails. ■


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Frank Caiafa and his cocktail creation The Bronx from Above. See recipe on next page.

Lucas Bols USA Gains a Stronger Foothold in the American Market BY KRISTEN BIELER

he spirits and liqueurs of Lucas Bols are not new to the world—the company began distilling in Holland 438 years ago. They aren’t new to the U.S. market either, with representation from a handful of importers over the last few decades. But the path ahead for this family of brands looks much different today than it did even a month ago, now that all the products in the company’s portfolio are under the control of Lucas Bols USA, the New York–based sales and marketing company. “As a supplier, you want control over your destiny, and the ability to relay your passion for your products first-hand to distributors, bartenders and consumers,” says Tal Nadari, Managing Director, Lucas Bols USA, who came to the U.S. from Holland five years ago to lead this effort. At that time, he was a lone soldier, working to bring the brands back from separate importers. Today Lucas Bols USA employs a team of 23 people. Beginning in 2010 with Bols Genever, Damrak Gin and Galliano— the revered Italian liqueur purchased in 2006—Lucas Bols USA has been steadily building a portfolio of artisan spirits, with the introduction of Galliano Ristretto and an aged expression of Bols, called Bols Barrel Aged Genever. This month, the company officially took back its successful line of Bols liqueurs. This in many ways marks the real beginning of the Lucas Bols story in the U.S.

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Tradition Meets Innovation Lucas Bols USA’s focus is predominantly on bartenders with a passion for the cocktail. “We have always believed first and foremost in the bartender,” says Jaron Berkhemer, Marketing Director. “We always look to introduce innovations—but not just for the sake of doing something new. We always ask ourselves if a new flavor or tool will add true value to a bartender or in a cocktail. If the answer is ‘yes,’ we are quick to bring something unique into the market. This is why we recently released Bols Yogurt Liqueur and in September will debut Bols Foam [see next page]. Being 438 years old, we pride ourselves on being the oldest distilled spirits brand while leading today’s trends.” July marks also the inauguration of the Bols Bartender Academy: Brand ambassadors with mobile bars will travel the country illustrating the possibilities with Bols products. At Tales of the Cocktail this month, the Bols Bartending Academy will attempt to set the record for the largest pousse-café (a cocktail with separate layers) in a five-foot tall glass (the current record stands at 32 layers in a shot glass). With a belief in the American bartender’s and consumer’s interest in quality products with an authentic story, and with their broad portfolio now under one roof, the Lucas Bols team anticipates tapping deeply into the U.S. market.

REINTRODUCING BOLS GENEVER HOLLAND’S GIFT TO MIXOLOGY ost people aren’t aware that the British got the idea to create gin from Genever, the ancient Dutch spirit created 100 years before gin. Lucas Bols is determined to get the word out, however. “There are many producers making Genever within Holland, but we wanted to bring it back on a global scale,” says Nadari. Bols Genever has been distilled since 1664 and was introduced to the U.S. market in 2008. One year later, it won Best Spirit at Tales of the Cocktail, and has become the company’s most awarded product. Genever lends itself to mixing in ways that gin cannot. Made with rye, wheat and corn, it behaves more like a whiskey with a lovely sweetness and viscosity. It shows much less juniper berry character than its English cousin, with softer, rounder botanical flavors. Bols recently introduced an aged Genever to the market—the only one of its kind. Yet Bols is far from anti-gin: Their own Dutch gin, Damrak—a citrus-dominant gin with an excellent value proposition—is the fastest growing brand in their portfolio.

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BOLS LIQUEURS: ADDING FLAVOR TO THE WORLD

THE RETURN OF RETRO: GALLIANO’S COMEBACK STORY

First crafted in 1575 with exotic spices and herbs, Bols liqueurs have always been on the vanguard of innovation. Today that pioneering spirit continues with flavors like the just-released Bols Yogurt and soon-to-be-released Bols Foam, a foam liqueur which rests on top of a drink. Says Nadari: “In Asia and America, people eat a tremendous amount of yogurt so we set out to create a yogurt-flavored liqueur; it’s low sugar, made with real yogurt and doesn’t curdle like most cream liqueurs.” At the WSWA Convention in April, a Bols Yogurt cocktail took first place, on top of the brand new liqueur winning Double Gold and Best of Show in the Liqueurs category. The Bols liqueur line officially joined the Bols USA portfolio on July 1st, kicking off with a new ad campaign, “Add Flavor to the World.” Nadari explains, “With that campaign, we want to express that we not only add the essential flavor to a cocktail with our Bols Liqueur range, but also to the entire category and the lives of the users of our products.” The 36-flavor portfolio includes bar essentials, store essentials and seasonal specialties like Pumpkin Smash and Hot Cinnamon. Among the best-selling liqueur lines in the country (at 400,000 cases a year), they are the most awarded as well. “The liqueur category isn’t considered the most dynamic, but we design ours to compete against high quality stand-alone products like Midori and Grand Marnier,” attests Berkhemer. “The category is often a battle on price, a race to the bottom, and we want to step out of that battle.” Bartenders are taking note of this rare quality-to-price ratio: Bols Orange Curaçao has become the go-to Margarita ingredient for many, making it the fastest growing liqueur in the portfolio.

Reinvigorating a brand like Galliano has its challenges—namely, that many bartenders aren’t quite sure how to use it. However, one obstacle the brand does not face is obscurity. “Everyone in the U.S. knows this brand,” says Nadari. A back bar staple in the 1960s and 1970s, owing largely to the popularity of the Harvey Wallbanger (a mix of Galliano, orange juice and vodka), Galliano declined steadily from a half a million case brand to under 100,000 cases. Lucas Bols purchased the brand in 2006 and went back to Italy to track down the original recipe, created in 1896. “We realized that the former owners had played with the recipe—made it sweeter, added more vanilla—and we brought it back to its roots at 84 proof with more herbaceous flavors,” says Nadari. “We would not be attracting bartenders today had we not done that.” Almost immediately, the brand started go grow, and Galliano has been increasingly turning up in drinks across the country. Nadari believes the cocktail culture, which had been obsessed with Prohibition era-cocktails, has shifted its attention to the retro drinks of the ’60s and ’70s—how else to explain the recent resurgence (the Drapers and friends sipped Galliano neat on the season premiere of Mad Men, and Harvey Wallbangers were in an episode of The Americans). Mixologists across the country are making their own twists on the drink, and creating new ones, using Galliano almost like Chartreuse. Lucas Bols has also launched a “Find Harvey” campaign, bringing back to life the cartoon character the brand’s ad agency used 40 years ago. Look also for the new Galliano Ristretto, a beautiful liqueur that tastes just like “ristretto,” a bold style of espresso the Italians love so much.

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2 oz. White rum 1 oz. Bols Blue Curaçao 3 oz. Pineapple juice ¾ oz. Coconut cream ½ oz. Cream ¼ oz. Fresh lemon juice

½ oz. Galliano L’Autentico 1½ oz. Vodka 4 oz. Fresh Orange Juice

1 oz. Damrak Gin Tonic

Blend all ingredients with a scoop of crushed ice until smooth and pour into a glass

Espresso Martini (Galliano Ristretto) 1 oz. Galliano Ristretto 1¼ oz. Vodka Shake and strain into a martini coupe.

Build over ice in a tall glass. Garnish with an orange wedge.

Mix vodka and orange juice in a highball glass filled with ice cubes. Pour on a float of Galliano and garnish with orange wedges.

The Bronx From Above Kir Royale 3 oz. Bols Crème de Cassis Top with Champagne Top with Bols Cassis Foam 1

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1½ oz. Bols Genever 1 oz. Noilly Prat Sweet Vermouth ½ oz. Noilly Prat Dry Vermouth 1 oz. Fresh Orange Juice 2 dashes Orange Bitters Add ingredients to mixing glass. Add ice and shake. Strain into chilled cocktail glass. Recipe by Frank Caiafa, Peacock Alley, NYC


INDUSTRYEVENT

ProWein 2013 The Dynamic Stage for a Global Trade BY W. R. TISH

rade shows are, if not the lifeblood of an industry, at least vital resuscitators. They provide an under-one-roof opportunity to share wares and ideas. Connections are kindled, deals are made, and the industry as a whole gets a chance to freshen things up.

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Vinexpo, Vinitaly and the London Wine Fair have for some time topped the traditional list of international trade shows that move the wine world. Now it’s time to add ProWein to the list—perhaps at the top. Held in late March in Dusseldorf, Germany, Prowein already rivals its peer shows in sheer size, having attracted this year 4,783 exhibitors and 45,000+ visitors from 48 nations. But it’s not scope alone that makes ProWein tick—it’s the organization. The physical setting—a series of connected “halls”—has the effect of making the show remarkably manageable. It also keeps any single sector from seeming dominant, while giving smaller players the sense of a more level playing field.

Think ProWein is all about German wine? This year, the highest number of exhibitors came from Italy, followed by France and Germany. But there were contingents as well from China, England, Brazil, Tunisia and Lebanon. Thematic areas also highlighted organic wines, Champagne and spirits (replete with mixology demos). Expert-led seminars abounded; and dedicated self-pour areas for some regions enabled efficient tasting. The net result is a trade show that is truly global in feel and practice. In turn, it is no surprise that many firms choose ProWein to unveil brand new projects. To wit: Spanish sparkling leader Freixenet launched its sweet,


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fruity Mia Moscato. Trapiche trotted out two brand new Malbec bottlings— Pure (unoaked) and Extravaganza (blended). And Prowein 2013 was the official debut of Miraval Rosé 2012 by Jolie-Pitt et Perrin. Those were just some of the more conventional launches. Also on tap: an energy drink blended with Champagne; vegan wine; an organic wine spritzer; an alcohol-free RTD cocktail; and a line of charity-driven Spanish wines (Whatever It Takes) featuring artwork by celebrities from George Clooney and Penelope Cruz to Coldplay and David Bowie.

Trends at Every Turn For sheer trend-watching, ProWein 2013 offered a humbling glimpse into the ever-shifting global market. America, with its notoriously complicated distribution system, is simply not the epicenter of innovation. By default, many of the more dramatic new products are not in the U.S.—which is all the more reason aggressive American importers should be checking ProWein out. At the same time, the progressive wines and spirits on offer at ProWein help cast a spotlight on trends that may be hitting our shores

WHO'S GOING? Attendance at ProWein 2013 (up 6% from 2012) marked a noticeable increase in participation from Great Britain, Scandinavia and the Benelux countries, but also from France, Spain, Italy, North America and Asia. With almost 50%, the international wholesale, retail and specialist trade sector again accounted for the largest visitor group, followed by members of the restaurant and hotel trades. Over 70% of the visitors held management positions. Prowein is organized by trade fair specialist Messe Düsseldorf (mdna.com). Exhibitor registration for 2014 is now available (deadline July 31st) at prowein.com; visitor registration opens in the fall. ProWein 2014—the 20th anniversary of the show—will take place March 23rd–25th, at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany.


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sooner than later. Some particular items that caught my eye: ~ From Portugal, producer Casa Agricola Assis Lobo has created a sort of wine-bar-in-box: Três Lobos is a 1.5L box with three separate inner bags and spouts dispensing Syrah, Cabernet and Castelão. ~ From Sweden, the Znaps line of “surreal” vodkas and RTS cocktails straddle the line between comical and creepy—in a good way. (Incidentally, Znaps is now in the U.S., imported by Medina Brands of California.) ~ A handful of wine labels stood out for their unconventional graphics. Austrian producer Weszeli (imported by Savio Soares Selections of New York) applies topographic style to animal imagery. MILK (“My Intimate Lover’s Kiss”), from South Africa, is a line of varietal and blended wines with a sensual subtext. The tasty

Portuguese red table wine dubbed NBNC—“No Branding, No Cry”— features a graffiti look and attitude to match (the label takes a jab at overaggressive marketing). Already a hit in Scandinavia, it’s made by Vidigal, some of whose wines are currently imported by Frederick Wildman; here’s to hoping NBNC gets here, too. ~ Sparkling wines in the U.S. tend to look homogenous. Cava Licious, from Spain, breaks the mold, adding artsy labels, offbeat names and a charity tie-in (water.org). And from Italy, the sleek packaging and reduced alcohol of brands 9.5 and Epsilon may be ahead the curve. ~ German producers seem to have mastered the modern art of collaboration. Several large booths featured like-minded producers who aim for the power of cooperation in promoting their respective brands. The group that calls itself Wine Changes is a perfect example.


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~ Just when you thought you’d seen all the possible wine packages, along comes Lambrusco producer Cantine Ceci with Decanta, a wine whose beveled bottle allows it to be set down but tilted on an angle. A bottle doesn’t have to be hip or slick to be innovative. Enotalia (producer of Voga Italia and Luna Di Luna) chose ProWein as the launch pad for a new brand: Lady Lola. The two Lady Lola iterations are a Pinot Grigio and a surprising 80/20 Pinot Grigio-Moscato blend; both come in a squat bottle with wood-knobbed synthetic stopper—prac-

tically begging to be reused for olive oil or as a vase. And when is box wine not box wine? When it’s dressed up like an Encyclopedia, naturally. ~ Tuntenyeti, a German liqueur whose label sports a cross-dressing Yeti, suggests that political correctness aside, the future of wine/spirit products in the U.S. could easily get edgier. ~ Is America ready for Hugo? Especially popular in Germany and Austria, this premixed low-alco-

hol spritzer—a combination of white wine, sparkling water and a hint of lemon, mint and elderflower syrup—is quenching the mass market in cans, from multiple producers. Viv It and Dub Dub are especially eye-catching. All things considered, the real triumph of ProWein is that the show is truly business-focused. Parties take a back seat and principals converge on Dusseldorf from all over the world ProWein has become the an effective global stage for an increasingly global industry. ■


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D’ussé Cognac Redefining the Category for a New Generation, Solo or Mixed BY KRISTEN BIELER

ognac has been experiencing a strong comeback in the last couple of years, and D’ussé Cognac, the ultra-premium brand from Bacardi, is now leading the long-term trend in the complex brown spirits category. As consumer palates continuously evolve to crave a more complex and flavorful tasting experience, D’ussé offers exceptionally smooth, bold and full-bodied character that can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks, as well as in a cocktail. “We see plenty of room for new expressions to succeed and evolve in a category that has been relatively staid over the years. But now consumers want something fresh and new that remains true to the standards of Cognac,” says Giles Woodyer, VP, Brand Managing Director Bacardi USA. “D’ussé provides that fresh, bold, one-of-a-kind experience and our goal is to continue to redefine Cognac for a whole new generation of consumers.” D’ussé is crafted by Château de Cognac—“one of the most prestigious cognac houses in France for over two centuries,” says Woodyer—and their rich heritage in the art of blending and aging gives them expertise rivaled by few others. The Château is located in a 1,000-plus year old castle which provides an ideal aging environment—its humid cellars turn out delicate, smooth and fragrant Cognacs while dry cellars yield more intense, oakinfluenced, spicier Cognacs. Master

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Blender Michel Casavecchia (who is also in charge of the house’s other brands) then uses his blending skills to create Cognacs of supreme balance and flavor expression.

A Different Cognac With D’ussé, Bacardi and Château de Cognac had set out to create a VSOP for the U.S. market that possesses the bold, pronounced flavor concentration that the American consumer prefers. Created from a combination of eaux-de-vie aged at least five years in French oak, the successful result is a full-bodied VSOP blend with a heady, harmonious mix of orange peel, spice, butterscotch and nuts which lingers on the very smooth finish. “Due to the rapid growth of mixology today—and particularly the revival of many

classic Cognac-based cocktails—now is “the perfect time for a Cognac which is equal parts mixable and boldly flavored for solo sipping,” says Woodyer. “The product has become known amongst top mixologists in New York and is quickly expanding its footprint across the country. These experts are constantly developing new, amazing creations where D’ussé stands out an integral ingredient, as opposed to being masked by other flavors,” says Woodyer. While Bacardi is wooing Cognac fans with D’ussé, the company sees massive potential with the uninitiated. “With its modern package and taste profile, we believe D’ussé appeals to a variety of consumers, including those who may not currently identify as Cognac drinkers,” says Philippe Jouhaud, Sales and Marketing Director, Château de Cognac. D’ussé remains in demand across the country as it continues to roll out in new markets this summer, followed by a growing number of larger markets later in the year. The brand is also planning to launch a product extension this fall and will be supported by a fully integrated marketing platform. Woodyer explains, “We want to ensure that consumers and trade continue to have a deep understanding of the quality of our blend and the passion our Cellar Master has put into creating this unique expression.” (A 750ml bottle of D’ussé VSOP retails for approximately $44.99.) ■


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Shake Up Summer with RumChata The Brand has a Seasonal Focus on Mixability and Adult Milkshakes BY CARA McILWAINE

he flagship product for Agave Loco Brands is RumChata, a blend of the creamy beverage horchata mixed with high quality Caribbean rum. Since RumChata entered the scene a few years ago, it’s been a grassroots sensation, carving out a niche in the cream liqueur category. “First quarter sales were up 70% over 2012,” says Tom Maas, RumChata founder and master blender. Originating in ancient Egypt, horchata made its way to Spain and eventually to the Americas, where it is made most often with rice and milk or water. RumChata uses real dairy cream from Wisconsin and is flavored with cinnamon and vanilla. Aiming to continue the brand’s momentum, a new trade campaign aims to show how well RumChata works in summertime drinks. “We are trying to get the trade to understand that RumChata sells very well during hot months as it is lighter than your average cream liqueur,” says Maas. (The ABV is 13.75% and a 1.5 oz. serving is 140 calories). One fun way the brand is activating for summer enjoyment is with adult milkshake recipes. “RumChata adult milkshakes like the Strawberry Chata™ Shake and RumChata by Elvis are highlighted in all of our summer advertising,” says Tom. The RumChata sales and distributor sales

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teams have already been engaging with onpremise accounts “to put together RumChata adult milkshake and summer drink specials around the country.”

Bartender’s Bestie Maas shares that RumChata is sometimes referred to as the “bartender’s best friend” because the liqueur mixes so well with a variety of products, from root beer and coffee to flavored vodkas and premium bourbon. “It comes down to its perfectly blended real flavors,” Maas adds. RumChata is made with cream, it will curdle when mixed with anything that is highly acidic like fruit juices. But Maas says no cause for concern; one tip to mitigate that effect is to pour the mixer over ice first and then let it cool before adding RumChata. Fans of RumChata ask for it by its full name or just “Chata” at bars across the country and bartenders and mixSTRAWBERRY CHATA™ SHAKE 1 part RumChata 1 part ice cream 1 part frozen strawberries ½ part rum 1 part ice Blend until smooth. Pour into milkshake glass.

ologists are responding creatively. Maas says, “At the Grid in Chicago, they are serving a RumChata Cereal Shooters Flight. The popular flight includes RumChata shooters with flavors that taste like Froot Loops, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Cocoa Puffs.” There are some clever Youtube fans who have filmed themselves trying RumChata with their cereal instead of milk too.

Long Shelf Life Though cream-based, RumChata does not require refrigeration, because, as Tom Maas explains, “The cream has been homogenized with the rum and the alcohol acts as a preservative.” An unopened bottle can last years if stored between 50-80 degrees F; opened RumChata can be kept at room temperature for over six months. But Maas admits, “We are confident that if you try one of our more than 100 recipes online your bottle will not last longer than a single visit with a few good friends.” The summer is proving very busy for RumChata, as Agave Loco aims to expand distribution and promote RumChata summer cocktails and adult milkshakes. Additionally, the brand is providing on-site sponsorship of popular Chicago music series, The Ravinia Music Festival. ■


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Pinot Grigio from Alto Adige a step up from the more generic Italian offerings, with more intensity, character and length. Right: Sonoma’s J Vineyards makes three Pinot Gris, including Russian River Valley and Cooper Vineyard bottlings atop a California one in screwcap.

Pinot Grigio: The All-American Imported White Wine This Mild-Mannered Bianco is Entrenched as a Coast-To-Coast Favorite. But at What Price? BY JEFF SIEGEL

henever it’s beach season in South Florida, Raj Patel knows exactly what his customers want: Pinot Grigio. “It’s refreshing, it’s white, it’s light drinking, it’s only a little fruit, and there’s no oak,” says Patel, who owns Caladesi Wines in Dunedin. “They come in, and they want their Pinot Grigio, and they don’t want to spend a lot of money for it.”

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Patel’s experience is not unique. Pinot Grigio drinkers, say retailers, restaurateurs and importers, are loyal (to the grape if not the label) and pricesensitive, focusing mostly on Italian labels and brands around $10. In this, Pinot Grigio is a common-denominator wine stylistically, a high-margin cash cow when sold by the glass, and a mascot for imported white wine everywhere. Not coincidentally, eight of Nielsen’s top 10 Pinot Grigios showed sales growth in 2012, and four of them grew by double digits. Yet Pinot Grigio has the potential to be more than just an $8 white wine sold only to women of a certain age. Santa

Margherita, the category leader, has retailed for $20 and more for years, and there are also opportunities with brands in the $12-$15 range. In addition, Pinot Gris from California and Oregon has made inroads among younger and more adventurous wine drinkers. (Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are the same grape genetically; the choice of nomenclature in New World regions is often a marketing decision.) “That whole area in the middle has less competition and more room for growth,” says Francine Kowalsky, the director of marketing for the national brands portfolio at importer Frederick Wildman. “There is a consumer who

wants to buy what I call ‘affordable luxury’—willing to try something different that costs a little more that offers quality for value and isn’t what everyone else is drinking.”

Always Popular... and Safe Pinot Grigio has been an on- and offpremise staple for more than a decade. In 2012, reports Nielsen, sales rose 8.8% and it was the second-best selling white wine after Chardonnay. “Why has Pinot Grigio remained so popular for so long?” says Alfonso Cevola, corporate director, fine wine group, for Glazer’s Distributors in Dallas. “It’s easy to pronounce. It was part of the backlash for the Chardonnay craze because it wasn’t expensive, alcoholic, oaky—and it was more than just a cocktail.” Yet, in many ways, it has long been in a rut. “There has always been a hierarchy with white wines,” says Christopher Freeze, vice president of the wine division for 21st Amendment, an Indiana


retailer with 19 locations, and which carries more than three dozen Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris SKUs. “People are willing to pay more for Chardonnay than they are going to pay for Sauvignon Blanc, and they are willing to pay more for Sauvignon Blanc than they are for Pinot Grigio. Fair or not, that’s the way it has always been.” He likes to refer to Pinot Grigio as “the stereotypical patio pounder.” In this, it is a safe wine—safe for consumers, who are still mostly women 35 and older and who feel comfortable with its simple style; safe for retailers, who know exactly how much they will sell every year, regardless of anything else going on in the market; and safe for restaurateurs, who can sell an $8 or $10 glass that may cost them $4 a bottle. But that safety has bred its own problems, including tremendous price resistance, says Patel. “I do try to upsell, but there are only a couple of brands that people are willing to try. They are really focused on that $10 range,” he explained. In addition, it’s difficult to cross-sell customers to similar wines in other categories. Freeze at 21st Amendment recommends French Picpoul and Muscadet, while Patel likes Spanish Verdejo. But it’s a hard sell, given how much Pinot Grigio drinkers love their Pinot Grigio.

MORE ADVENTUROUS PINOT GRIGIO DRINKERS ARE YOUNGER THAN THE TYPICAL 35-OR-OLDER-WOMAN DEMOGRAPHIC— AND EVEN INCLUDE MORE MEN.

ducers who are willing to undercut on price to build share, as well as others who are willing to sweeten the wines to make them even more demographically friendly. Plus, the category has seen its share of what Cevola calls silly label marketing in order to differentiate wines that aren’t all that different. Yet, perhaps, there are signs of change. There is a growing market for Pinot Grigio that costs more than $10, particularly in bigger cities like New York, Chicago and Philadelphia, says Guiseppe Locascio, the director of brand management for Winebow’s Italian wine portfolio. “This is a more sophisticated consumer who is trading up,” says Locascio. “On- and off-premise can use the Pinot Grigio category to sell something differ-

ent because their customers are already familiar with Pinot Grigio. They were drinking entry level Pinot Grigios, but they’re willing to spend more for what they perceive as different quality in the bottle.” Notable examples in the Winebow portfolio include the single vineyard Unterebner Pinot Grigio from Tramin and Tiefenbrunner Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT. At the restaurant Fountainhead in Chicago, proprietor Aaron Zacharias has forced diners’ hands, so to speak, by featuring a stepped-up Pinot Grigio from Alto Adige, as opposed to a generic, cost-driven choice. “Alois Lageder is a big producer but we find that they offer value and that their wines still offer some character from the grape, says Zacharias. “It’s our second best-selling

Trade-Up Opportunities So what can be done to lift Pinot Grigio out of that safety zone? Glazer’s Alfonso Cevola says that the topic is not a new one, and the category has remained pretty much the same for 20 years despite constant discussion. On the one hand, there has always been a talk about higher-end Pinot Grigio, but no real significant movement toward taking market share away from Santa Margherita. On the other, he says, every year seems to bring new pro-

Winebow’s selection of Pinot Grigio offers a range of price points; they believe sophisticated consumers, especially in bigger cities, are ready and willing to trade up.


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Cavit is among the nation’s leaders in providing simple, consistent Pinot Grigio whose popularity straddles on- and off-premise. Right: Alto Adige’s Valle Isarco— -Italy’s northernmost wine region with vineyards at elevations up to 2,600 feet above sea level—is known for mineral-rich white wines high in acidity.

Some Go-To Pinot Grigio/ Pinot Gris Selections:

Under $10

■ Mezzacorona: One of the biggest Italian producers, but also one of the most consistent, with surprising amount of varietal character. ■ Pepi: Less well-known California Pinot Grigio made in Italian style with lower alcohol. ■ Black Box: Almost sweet California Pinot Grigio, but sound and professional, like most Black Box wines.

$10-$15

■ Bollini: A real Italian stunner, with pear and minerality. ■ Santi: Very nicely done IGT with melon and white pepper. ■ Alois Lageder: Rich and full, taking Italian Pinot Grigio in slightly different direction. ■ J: Elegant $15 wine that revitalized California Pinot Gris. ■ Acrobat: King Estate’s entrylevel Pinot Gris is a fine introduction to Oregon style.

$15 and UP

■ Adelsheim: Oregon Pinot Gris with subtle white fruit and low alcohol. ■ Swanson: Pinot Grigio meets Napa Valley, but without oak; long a choice for high-end on-premise. ■ Scarpetta: Italian Pinot Grigio that takes its $8 cousins up lots and lots of notches.

white by-the-glass.” There are limits, however, on how far some Americans are willing to reach, Zacharias notes: “What kills me is that we offer a beautiful Alsatian Pinot Gris by the bottle and half bottle and we can’t move it. We’re practically giving it away at $33 a bottle. We need to do a better job of explaining this varietal because the perception often is that PG above $8 a glass must be overpriced.” Meanwhile, Pinot Gris from California and Oregon, like J Vineyard’s critical and popular hit, are making inroads both on- and off-premise. J, based in Sonoma, first produced Pinot Gris exclusively from Russian River Valley fruit in the 2003 vintage. Expanded production into a California bottling has paid off; this screwcap version is now the top-selling California Pinot Gris in America above $14 SRP. Melissa Stackhouse, J’s VP of winemaking, attributes the success both to the wine’s food friendliness and the economy. “The introduction of J’s California Pinot Gris in 2009 was a classic example of the right wine at the right time,” she says. “Consumers were demanding great quality and value during the downturn.” Patel, who just started carrying the J, is eager to see what he can do with the $15 retail label. Meanwhile, the best-selling

white wine by the glass at the Pyramid Room, the restaurant in the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, is the Pinot Gris from Oregon’s Adelsheim Vineyard—something that sommelier Hunter Hammett is quite proud of. “That’s why it works, because there are some people who are tired of Pinot Grigio as they know it,” says Hammett, who has three Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris on his list, none of which are among the category leaders. “They don’t want to drink Chardonnay, but they also don’t want the same old thing. And we’re in an environment where we can do this.” Age is the common denominator among these more adventurous Pinot Grigio drinkers. They’re younger than the typical 35 and older woman—and may even include men, something not often seen. Hammett says his Adelsheim drinkers include young couples and male single business travelers, while Kowalsky says she thinks these new drinkers could eventually skew the category’s demographic younger. Hence, there are possibilities that may not have existed before. Says Kowalsky: “Pinot Grigio is what every wine drinker wants in a white wine.” The question to answer is which Pinot Grigio they will be drinking. ■


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80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 87.0 80.0 80.0 60.0 60.9 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 00.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 71.0

80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 86.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 86.0 94.0 86.0 80.0

Blended Whiskey 0026D Old Thompson 0026L Old Thompson 0113B Kessler 0113D Kessler 0113L Kessler 0122B Beam's Eight Star 0122D Beam's Eight Slar 0122L Beam's Eight Star 0152B Seagram's 7 Crown 0152D Seagram's 7 Crown 0152L Seagram's 7 Crown 0199D Senator's Club 0199L Senator's Club 0576B Bastille Hand-Crafted Whsk 1477B Brewriver I Got Friends Wh Blended 2100D Calvert Exlra 2137D Imperial 3033B Firefly Caramel Moonshine 3034B Firefly Peach Moonshine 3701L Gold Award 3972D Hailer's S.R.S. 3972L Halters S.R.S. 4089D Guckenheimer 4089L Guckenheimer 5260B J Johnson Mid Moon Hall Fa 5262B J Johnson Mid Moon Bluebry 5266B Jr Johnson Mid Moon Strawb 5378B Kessler Traveler 6343L Mccormick 9668B Ohio Blended Whiskey 8887B Seagram's 7 Traveler 8890B Seagram's 7 Dark Honey Whiskey 0281B Jameson $ 21.25 80.0 0281D Jameson $ 46.75 80.0 0281B Jameson $ 28.95 80.0 0281E Jameson Irish Whiskey $ 17.00 80.0 0282B Bushmills $ 18.45 80.0 0282L Bushmills $ 29.80 80.0 0908B Black Bust( $ 31.50 80.0 1519B Bushmills 16 Yr. Single Malt $ 58.65 80.0 1520B Bushmills Loyr. Single Malt $ 36.35 80.0 2074B Clonlarf $ 9.10 80.0 2268B Connema Ra Single Malt $ 29.10 80.0 3003B Feckin Irish Whiskey $ 13.15 80.0 4895B Irishman Original Clan $ 23.70 90.0 5075B Jameson Gold $ 64.90 80.0 5079B Jameson Vintage Res. $261.15 92.0 5081B Jameson 18 Yr. $ 86.70 80.0 5083B Jameson 12 Yr. $ 36.95 80.0 5085B Jameson Tin $ 18.65 80.0 5212B John Power & Son Gold $ 21.25 80.0 5384B Kilbeggan $ 18.90 80.0 5388B Knappogue Castle 12 $ 33.70 80.0 6574B Midleton $ 86.70 80.0 6576B Michael Collins Blended $ 21.25 80.0 7721B Paddy Irish Whiskey $ 18.65 80.0 7721L Paddy $ 23.35 80.0 8294B Powers $ 12.10 80.0 6383B Redbreast $ 43.05 80.0 8384B Redbreast 12 $ 77.95 92.0 8476B Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey $ 34.35 90.0 9026B Slane Castle $ 20.35 80.0 9317B Tullamore Dew $ 20.40 80.0 9317L Tullamore Dew $ 28.05 80.0 9317D Tullamore Dew $ 44.10 80.0 9321B Tullamore Dew 10 $ 43.05 80.0 Canadian Whiskey 0076B 0076D 0076L 0169D 0170B 0170D 0170L 0174B 0174D 0174L 0175D 0176B 0176D 0176E 0176L 0189B 0189D 0189E 0189L 0909B 0915B 0920B 0920D 1542B 1570B

Seagrams Vo Seagrams Vo Seagrams Vo Lord Calvert Mcmaster's Mcmaster's Mcmaster's Canadian Mist Canadian Mist Canadian Mist Macnaughton Canadian Club Canadian Club Canadian Club Canadian Club Black Velvet Black Velvet Black Velvet Black Velvet Black Velvet Traveler Black Velvet Cinnamon Rush Black Velvet Reserve Black Velvet Reserve C C Dock 57 Blackberry Cabin Fever Maple Flv.

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12.00 80.0 24.50 80.0 17.85 80.0 14.95 80.0 7.00 80.0 14.90 80.0 8.85 80.0 8.75 80.0 19.30 80.0 12.25 80.0 15.30 80.0 1165 80.0 22.30 80.0 9.25 80.0 16.75 80.0 7.90 80.0 17.55 80.0 8.60 80.0 11.40 80.0 7.90 80.0 10.80 70.0 10.80 80.0 22.30 80.0 15.85 80.0 17.55 80.0

1704D Canadian Bay 1704D Canadian Bay 1716B Canada House 1716D Canada House 1725B Canadian Club Reserve 10 1729B Canadian Club Traveler 1730D Canadian Gold 1730L Canadian Gold 1731B Can. Club Sherry Cask 1733B Canadian Hunter Traveler 1735D Canadian Ltd. 1735L Canadian Ltd. 1748B Canadian Mist Traveler 1749D Canadian Reserve 2055B Classic 12 2389B Crown Royal Black 2389D Crown Royal Black 2391B Crown Royal Cask No.16 2393B Crown Royal Extra Rare 2397B Crown Royal Reserve 2399B Crown Royal Maple Finished 2399L Crown Royal Maple Finished 4041D Harwood 4041L Harwood 4699D Northern Light 4699L Northern Light 5073D James Foxe 7726D Paramount 8050B Pendleton 8051B Pendleton Rye 8415B Revel Stoke Spiced Whiskey 8431B Rich & Rare 8431D Rich & Rare 8894B Crown Royal 8894D Crown Royal 8894E Crown Royal 8894L Crown Royal 8922B V.0. Gold 8923B Seagram's V.0. Traveler 9097B Sortlege 9152B Tap 357 9648B Windsor Traveler 9652B Windsor Supreme 9652D Windsor Supreme 9652L Windsor Supreme 9656B Wiser's Deluxe

$ 12.70 80.0 $ 8.70 80.0 $ 6.45 80.0 $ 13.60 80.0 $ 14.95 80.0 $ 11.65 80.0 $ 14.05 80.0 $ 8.60 80.0 $ 18.45 82.6 $ 6.85 80.0 $ 13.60 80.0 $ 9.25 80.0 $ 8.75 80.0 $ 9.25 80.0 $ 18.45 80.0 $ 26.05 90.0 $ 52.00 90.0 $ 70.25 80.0 $115.90 80.0 $ 43.00 80.0 $ 22.60 80.0 $ 31.05 80.0 $ 14.90 80.0 $ 8.70 80.0 $ 12.70 80.0 $ 8.60 80.0 $ 12.70 80.0 $ 15.35 80.0 $ 19.50 80.0 $ 30.00 80.0 $ 10.80 90.0 $ 7.75 80.0 $ 14.90 80.0 $ 22.60 80.0 $ 49.65 80.0 $ 31.00 80.0 $ 30.55 80.0 $ 15.65 80.0 $ 5.60 80.0 $ 25.60 60.0 $ 25.60 81.0 $ 7.90 80.0 $ 7.90 80.0 $ 17.60 80.0 $ 11.45 80.0 $ 15.15 80.0

Scotch Whiskey 0201B Pinch 15 Yr. 0202B Dewar's 0202D Dewar's 0202E Dewar's 0202L Dewar's 0204B Johnnie Walker Red 0204D Johnnie Walker Red 0204L Johnnle Walker Red 0206D Usher's Green 0208B Lauder's 0208D Lauder's 0208L Lauder's 0212B Grant's 0212D Grant's 0213D Old Smuggler 0213L Odsmuggler 0215B Chivas Regal 12 Yr. 0215D Chivas Regal 12 Yr. 0215L Chivas Regal 12 Yr. 0225B Cully Sark 0225D Culty Sark 0225L Cutty Sark 0227B White Horse 0232B Johnnie Walker Black 0232D Johnnie Walker Black 0232L Johnnie Walker Black 0238B J&B Rare 0238D J&B Rare 0238L J&B Rare 0239B Grand Macnish 0239D Grand Macnish 0239L Grand Macnish 0241D Highland Mist 0241L Highland Mist 0246D Inver House 0246L Inver House 0249D J.W. Dant 0253B Ballanline's 1490B Buchanan Deluxe 1491B Buchanan Special Reserve 1655E Makers Mark 200Ml 2004B Chiv Regal Salute 21 Yr 2005B Chiv Regal 25 2006B Chivas Regal 18 Yr. 2052D Clan Macgregor 2052L Clan Macgregor 2078B Clynelish 2226B Collingwood Canadian 2488B Dalmore 1981 Amoroso 2489B Dalmore 1263 King Alex Iii 2490B Dalmore 18 2493B Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve 2672B Dewar'sfounders Reserve 2673B Dewar's Signature 2674B Dewar's Sp. Res. 12 Yr. 2999B Famous Grouse 12 Yr. 3609B Glen Grant 5145B John Barr Red 5145D John Barr Red 5220B Johnnie Walker Blue 5225B Johnnie Walker Bkl.100 Anniv. 5229B Johnnie Waiker Gold 5406B King Robert II 6395B Mclvor 7980D Passport 8327D Queen Anne 8327L Queen Anne 8853D Scoresby 9081B Springbank 10 9100B Smith & Wolensky 22 9188B Famous Grouse 80 9188D Famous Grouse 80

$ 29.70 80.0 $ 42.40 80.0 $ 41.45 80.0 $ 21.15 80.0 $ 28.05 80.0 $ 24.35 80.0 $ 44.15 80.0 $ 29.15 80.0 $ 22.25 80.0 $ 8.15 80.0 $ 17.10 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 14.40 80.0 $ 32.15 80.0 $ 19.50 80.0 $ 11.95 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 59.85 80.0 $ 38.55 80.0 $ 16.00 80.0 $ 33.55 80.0 $ 21.10 80.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 35.10 80.0 $ 70.25 80.0 $ 44.80 80.0 $ 18.95 86.0 $ 36.40 86.0 $ 24.05 86.0 $ 8.15 80.0 $ 17.50 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 17.10 80.0 $ 10.45 80.0 $ 17.10 60.0 $ 10.45 60.0 $ 10.80 80.0 $ 13.40 80.0 $ 30.75 80.0 $ 67.65 80.0 $ 7.90 80.0 $ 156.85 80.0 $ 200.10 80.0 $ 51.80 80.0 $ 17.20 80.0 $ 10.70 80.0 $ 49.85 92.0 $ 22.12 80.0 $ 1198.30 84.0 $ 200.10 80.0 $ 143.35 86.0 $ 108.50 80.0 $ 51.10 80.0 $ 189.75 86.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 11.30 80.0 $ 30.00 80.0 $ 4.10 80.0 $ 22.30 80.0 $ 210.65 80.0 $ 36.85 80.0 $ 83.45 80.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 11.65 80.0 $ 23.20 80.0 $ 18.45 80.0 $ 9.75 80.0 $ 17.45 80.0 $ 50.05 92.0 $ 128.00 98.0 $ 20.40 80.0 $ 41.50 80.0

Single Malt / Scotch 0019B Aberlour 12 Yr. $ 0020B Aberlour Abunadh $ 0031B Aberfeldy $ 0032B Aberfeldy 21 $ 0085B Anthony's 22 SGL Cask Seri $ 0103B Ardmore $ 0107B Ardbeg 10 Yr. $ 0114B Ardbeg UIGEADAIL $ 0375B Auchenloshan3wood $ 0377B Auchenlashan Classic $ 0379B Auchroisk $

34.35 86.0 54.55 119.4 44.10 80.0 150.00 80.0 128.00 98.0 36.10 92.0 43.05 92.0 64.90 108.0 51.90 86.0 26.50 80.0 153.75 116.2

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$ 73.60 $ 48.30 $ 156.45 $ 23.65 $ 33.35 $ 48.50 $ 50.85 $ 39.50 $ 52.60 $ 117.60 $ 47.45 $ 57.85 $ 67.35 $ 36.10 $ 16.35 $ 48.30 $ 162.55 $ 69.25 $ 46.55 $ 76.20 $ 69.65 $ 22.65 $ 80.45 $ 314.10 $ 77.95 $ 36.10 $ 77.30 $ 46.40 $ 130.30 $ 36.10 $ 689.55 $ 47.45 $ 56.15 $ 44.80 $ 56.15 $ 69.25 $ 44.80 $ 51.80 $ 49.80 $ 67.75 $ 30.00 $ 13.40 $ 39.60 $ 63.20 $ 44.55 $ 57.10 $ 86.90 $ 79.95 $ 70.40 $ 57.20 $ 44.00 $ 77.95 $ 49.20 $ 112.20 $ 56.25 $ 173.95 $ 38.70 $ 82.35 $ 147.75 $ 697.35 $1,482.50 $ 20.15 $ 20.15 $ 69.45 $ 74.65 $ 39.85 $ 43.05 $ 34.40 $ 21.25 $ 16.90 $ 58.20 $ 60.65 $ 10.10 $ 19.50 $ 25.60 $ 58.15 $ 24.25 $ 20.90 $ 38.70 $ 135.75 $ 103.95

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90.0 80.0 80.0 50.0 80.0 88.8

Other Whiskey 0876B Bernheim Original Wheat 1840B Cakfaddy Carolina Moonshine 3526B Georgia Moon Corn Whiskey 4868B Ikkomon Shochu 5255B Jr. Johnsons Midnight Moon 9686B XXX Shine

22.55 17.75 9.30 34.60 17.75 18.65

Brandy 0051B Alize Cognac Vs 0084B Ansac Vs Cognac 0089B Bela Osa 0341B Asbach Uralt Brandy 0453B Metaxa Five Star Brandy 0456B Courvoisier Vsop Cognac 4Yr 0461B Hennessy V S 0461D Hennessy V S 0461E Hennessy V S 0461L Hennessy V S 0462B Martell Vs Cognac 0463B Remy Martin Vsop Cognac 0463D Remy Martin Vsop Cognac 0463E Remy Martin Vsop Cognac 0463L Remy Martin Vsop Cognac 0464B St Remy Vsop Authentic Bdy 0464D St Remy Vsop Authentic Bdy 0469B Paul Masson Grand Amber 3Yr 0469D Paul Masson Grand Amber 3Yr 0469L Paul Masson Grand Amber 3Yr 0470B Christian Brothers Brandy 0470D Christian Brothers Brandy 0470L Christian Brothers Brandy 0472B Arrow Ginger Brandy 0479B Lairds Apple Jack 6Yr 0480B Courvoisier V S Cognac 2Yr 0480D Courvoisier V S Cognac 2Yr 0480L Courvoisier V S Cognac 2Yr 0481B Coronet Vsq 0481D Coronet Vsq 0481L Coronet Vsq 0482B Paramount Blackberry Brndy 0482D Paramount Blackberry Brndy 0482L Paramount Blackberry Brndy 0483B Paramount Cherry Brandy 0483D Paramount Cherry Brandy 0488B Paramount Apricot Brandy 0488D Paramount Apricot Brandy 0488L Paramount Apricot Brandy 0490B Dekuyper Blackberry Brandy 0668B Arrow Blackbrry Bdy 0682B Dek Apricot Bdy 0696B Paramount Peach Bdy

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$ 16.90 $ 15.15 $ 7.05 $ 24.05 $ 19.50 $ 29.00 28.70 $ 65.95 $ 19.60 $ 37.65 $ 25.60 $ 35.10 $ 78.15 $ 27.75 $ 51.60 $ 10.80 $ 23.20 $ 10.80 $ 19.90 $ 12.80 $ 9.90 $ 20.55 $ 13.25 $ 8.15 $ 16.90 $ 25.60 $ 51.05 $ 33.40 $ 6.90 $ 17.95 $ 9.75 $ 9.90 $ 19.70 $ 11.50 $ 9.90 $ 10.85 $ 9.90 $ 19.70 $ 11.50 $ 10.55 $ 8.15 $ 10.55 $ 9.90

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0711B Mr Boston Blackberry Brndy 0863B Navip Slivovitz 8Yr 0874B Remy Martin Louis X111 0877L Bertagnolli Grappino 1577B Calvados Bld Grnd Appl Bdy 1618E Christian Brothers Amber 200Ml 1623B Conjure Cognac 1623E Conjure Cognac 1625E Courvoisier Vs 200Ml 2Yr 1629E E & J Vs 2 200Ml 1630E E & J Vsop 200Ml 1642E Hennessy Vsop 200Ml 1644E Hennessy Vs Flask 1665E Paul Masson Vs 200 3Yr 1666E Paul Masson Vsop 200Ml 4Yr 1669E Remy Martin Vs 200Ml 1670E Remy Martin Vsop 200Ml 1671E Remy Martin 1738 Accor 2018B Christian Bros Frost White 2020B Christian Bro Grn Rsv Vsop 2023B Christian Bro Honey 2265B Conjure Cognac 2327B Courvoisier C 2335B Courvoisier Xo Cognac 2348B Courvoisier Exclusif 4Yr 2349B Courvoisier 12 2350B Courvoisier 21 2728B Don Pedro Reserva Especial 2850B Dujardin Vsop 2871B E & J Superior Rsv Vsop 2871D E & J Superior Rsv Vsop 2871L E & J Superior Rsv Vsop 2873B E & J 2873D E & J 2873L E & J 2875B E & J Superior Rs Vsop Traveler 2876B E & J Traveler Bdy 2877B E & J Xo 2954B Excellentia Gold Sliv Brandy 4011B Hardy Vs 4074B Hennessy Black 4074L Hennessy Black 4076B Hennessy Richard 4080B Hennessy Paradis 4084E Hennessy V S 200Ml 4087B Hennessy Vs Historic 4092B Hennessy Vsop Cognac 4092L Hennessy Vsop Cognac 4103B Hennessy X O 4944B J C Cognac Vsop 4998B Jacque Cardin Grape France 5001B Poli Po Traminar Grappa 5486B Korbel 5486D Korbel 5509B Lairds Apple Brandy 100 5510B Lairds Rare Apple Brandy 5512B Lairds Old Apple Brandy 90Mo 5532B Landy Vs Cognac 5548B Larresingle Armagnac XO 5570B Le Reviseur VSOP 5871B Leroux Polish Blackberry 6072L Manastirka 6095B Maraska Slivovitz Kosher 6099B Maraska Pear Liqueur Krusk 6259B Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac 6267B Martell Xo 12Yr 6270B Martell Vsop 6525B Meukow V.S. 6545B Metaxa Amphora 7 Star 6603B Moletto Grappa D'nebbiolo 6615L Montenegro Lozova Rakija 7816B Paramount Ginger Brandy 7976B Paul Masson Grnd Ambr Vsop 4Yr 7976D Paul Masson Grnd Ambr Vsop 4Yr 7993B Presidente Brandy 8354B Raynal Napoleon Vsop 8386B Remy Martin Extra 8389B Remy Martin 1738 Accord 8394B Remy Martin Xo Excellence 8404B Remy Martin V 8405B Remy Martin Vs Grand Cru 8648B Salignac 9736B Zuta Osa

$ 6.45 $ 18.25 $2354.90 $ 15.40 $ 36.75 $ 2.95 $ 27.10 $ 6.80 $ 6.40 $ 2.90 $ 3.15 $ 13.35 $ 6.05 $ 2.90 $ 3.30 $ 8.50 $ 9.40 $ 12.90 $ 10.80 $ 11.25 $ 11.65 $ 28.25 $ 32.55 $ 105.65 $ 24.00 $ 43.95 $ 219.35 $ 5.80 $ 19.85 $ 11.65 $ 23.20 $ 13.50 $ 11.15 $ 22.30 $ 13.25 $ 10.60 $ 10.35 $ 12.55 $ 20.40 $ 25.20 $ 34.35 $ 44.65 $3209.85 $ 668.65 $ 7.95 $ 27.35 $ 43.05 $ 69.05 $168.70 $ 11.50 $ 9.05 $ 23.75 $ 9.05 $ 12.10 $ 25.60 $ 26.10 $ 24.75 $ 12.05 $ 82.40 $ 43.05 $ 9.55 $ 29.55 $ 23.65 $ 23.65 $ 112.85 $121.60 $ 31.75 $ 20.40 $ 24.75 $ 34.35 $ 9.90 $ 8.15 $ 12.10 $ 24.05 $ 13.40 $ 12.55 $ 342.85 $ 43.05 $139.05 $ 35.10 $ 29.55 $ 16.90 $ 29.35

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Gin 0193L Aristocrat Gin 0303D Fleischmanns Gin 0304D Crystal Palace Gin 0304L Crystal Palace Gin 0305B Seagrams Extra Dry Gin 0305D Seagrams Extra Dry Gin 0305E Seagrams Extra Dry Gin 0305L Seagrams Extra Dry Gin 0308B Gordons Gin 0308D Gordons Gin 0308L Gordons Gin 0313B Beefeater Gin 0313D Beefeater Gin 0313E Beefeater Gin 0313L Beefeater Gin 0319D Paramount 90 Gin 0319L Paramount 90 Gin 0320D Calvert Gin 0322B Bombay Gin 0322D Bombay Gin 0322L Bombay Gin 0326B Tanqueray Gin 0326D Tanqueray Gin 0326E Tanqueray Gin 0326L Tanqueray Gin 0327D Glenmore Gin 0327L Glenmore Gin 0329D Booths Gin 0330D Hallers Gin 0330L Hallers Gin 0339B Gilbeys Gin 0339D Gilbeys Gin 0339L Gilbeys Gin 0340L Senators Club Gin 4Yr 0380B Aviation Gin 0563D Barton Gin 0563L Barton Gin 0843L Beer Barrel Saloon Gin 0962B Bluecoat Gin 1324B Bombardier Military 1327B Bombay Sapphire Gin 1327D Bombay Sapphire Gin 1327L Bombay Sapphire Gin 1369B Boodles British Gin 1476B Brewriver East End Dry Gin 1495B Brokers Gin 1522B Burnetts Gin Traveler 1659E Paramount Gin 1660E New Amsterdam 200Ml 1673E Seagrams Extra Dry 200 1680E Tanqueray Gin 200Ml

7.10 12.70 12.40 7.10 8.15 17.95 6.50 13.25 9.75 19.85 12.35 15.15 31.05 7.55 24.15 16.20 8.85 13.20 15.15 30.15 23.70 18.45 38.65 17.05 24.35 12.40 7.15 19.85 12.70 7.10 7.00 16.70 10.65 4.05 25.60 12.45 7.20 8.15 21.25 5.75 18.65 40.65 26.75 15.15 27.75 15.15 6.00 4.20 2.95 3.30 4.35

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Rum 0065B Admiral Nelson Spiced Rum 0065D Admiral Nelson Spiced Rum 0065L Admiral Nelson Spiced Rum 0077B Admiral Nelson Cherry 0094B Appleton Estate Extra 12Yr 0095B Appleton White Rum 0096B Appleton Estate Reserve 0097B Appleton Special Gold Rum 0098B Appleton Estate 21 0099B Appleton Vx 0099D Appleton Vx 0197L Aristocrat Rum 0355B Atlantico 0390B Bacardi 8 Rum 8Yr 0392B Bacardi Arctic Grape 0394B Bacardi Big Apple 0397B Bacardi Gold Reserve 0400B Bacardi Coco Rum 0401B Bacardi Select Rum 0401L Bacardi Select Rum 0402B Bacardi Gold Traveler 0405B Bacardi Dragonberry 0405D Bacardi Dragonberry 0412B Bacardi Limon Rum 0412D Bacardi Limon Rum 0412L Bacardi Limon Rum 0420B Bacardi O Rum 0420L Bacardi O Rum 0422B Bacardi Oakheart 0422D Bacardi Oakheart 0425B Bacardi Peach Red 0427B Bacardi Pineapple Fusion 0432B Bacardi Razz Rum 0439B Bacardi Superior Traveler 0441B Bacardi Grand Melon 0444E Bacardi Multi-Flavored Pak 0447B Bacardi Torched Cherry 0447D Bacardi Torched Cherry 0448B Bacardi Rock Coconut 0501D Mr Boston Light 0501L Mr Boston Light 0502D Mr Boston Dark 0502L Mr Boston Dark 0510B Bacardi 151 Rum 0510L Bacardi 151 Rum 0512B Bacardi Gold Rum 0512D Bacardi Gold Rum 0512L Bacardi Gold Rum 0524B Barbancourt Res. Speciale 0536D Ronrico Gold Rum 0536L Ronrico Gold Rum 0537B Ronrico Silver Rum 0537D Ronrico Silver Rum 0537L Ronrico Silver Rum 0539B Myers Original Dark Rum 0539D Myers Original Dark Rum 0539L Myers Original Dark Rum 0544B Bacardi Superior Light 0544D Bacardi Superior Light 0544E Bacardi Superior Light 0544L Bacardi Superior Light 0547B Bacardi Wolf Berry 0844L Beer Barrel Saloon WH Rum 0869B Bacardi Anejo 0899B Black Beard Spiced Rum 0947B Blackheart Prem Spiced Rum 0954B Blue Chair Bay Coconut Milk Rum 0965D Bocador White Rum Florida 0965L Bocador White Rum Florida 1010B 10 Cane Rum 1010E 10 Cane Rum 1468B Brugal Especial Extra Dry 1469B Brugal 1888 1494B Brugal Anejo Rum 1496B British Navy Pussers Rum 1550L Calico Jack Spiced Rum 1565B Cabana Cachaca 1578B Calypso Spiced Rum 1656E Lady Bligh Spiced 1755B Captain Morgan Spice Rum 1755D Captain Morgan Spice Rum 1755E Captain Morgan Spice Rum 1755L Captain Morgan Spice Rum 1757B Capt Morgan Spiced 100 1757D Capt Morgan Spiced 100 1758B Capt Morgan Spiced 100 Trvl 1761B Captain Morgan Blk Spiced Rum

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1761L Captain Morgan Blk Spiced Rum $ 22.20 94.6 1762B Captain Morgan Traveler Rum $ 15.40 70.0 1763B Captain Morgan Lime Bite $ 14.95 70.0 1766L Capt Morgan Parrot Bay Cocont $ 17.55 90.0 1768B Captain Morgan Slvr Spice $ 15.85 70.0 1769B Captain Morgan Pvt Stock $ 21.00 80.0 1772L Captain Morgan Tattoo $ 18.20 70.0 1827D Castillo Gold Label $ 16.20 80.0 1827L Castillo Gold Label $ 8.65 80.0 1829B Castillo Silver Rum $ 7.30 80.0 1829D Castillo Silver Rum $ 16.20 80.0 1829L Castillo Silver Rum $ 8.65 80.0 1838B Castillo Spiced Rum $ 6.50 70.0 1838L Castillo Spiced Rum $ 8.65 70.0 2067B Clement Creole Shrubb $ 29.95 80.0 2069B Clement Vsop $ 34.30 80.0 2315B Coruba Spiced $ 4.25 80.0 2388B Crusoe Organic Spiced Rum $ 29.45 151.0 2398L Cruzan 151 Prf Rum $ 17.45 151.0 2400L Cruzan Black Cherry $ 6.80 55.0 2401L Cruzan Bananna $ 6.80 55.0 2402L Cruzan Pineapple $ 6.80 55.0 2403L Cruzan Blackstrap $ 14.25 80.0 2415B Cruzan Estate Diamond $ 14.95 80.0 2416L Cruzan Mango $ 6.80 55.0 2417B Cruzan Estate Sngl Brl Rum $ 18.45 80.0 2418B Cruzan Junkanu Citris $ 9.85 70.0 2419L Cruzan Coconut $ 6.80 55.0 2421L Cruzan Vanilla $ 6.80 55.0 2422B Cruzan Estate Dark $ 9.90 80.0 2423B Cruzan Estate Light $ 9.90 80.0 2423D Cruzan Estate Light $ 10.75 80.0 2424L Cruzan Guava $ 6.80 55.0 2425B Cruzan 9 $ 10.10 80.0 2734B Don Q Cristal $ 9.65 80.0 2739B Don Q Gold $ 9.65 80.0 2936B English Harbour $ 27.45 80.0 2943B Erie Island Silver Rum $ 21.95 80.0 3046B Flip Flop Silver Rum $ 8.05 80.0 3047B Flip Flop Spiced Rum $ 8.05 70.0 3787B Goslings Black Seal $ 15.20 80.0 5209B John Mcculloch Rum $ 22.10 80.0 5488B Kraken Black Spiced $ 16.90 94.0 5488D Kraken Black Spiced $ 24.95 94.0 5493L Lady Bligh Banana $ 8.00 48.0 5495L Lady Bligh Cherry $ 8.00 48.0 5498B Lady Bligh Spiced Traveler $ 7.30 72.5 5499B Lady Bligh Spiced $ 7.30 72.5 5499D Lady Bligh Spiced $ 11.85 72.5 5499L Lady Bligh Spiced $ 8.85 72.5 5500L Lady Bligh Coconut $ 8.00 48.0 5502L Lady Bligh Mango $ 8.00 48.0 5503L Lady Bligh Pineapple $ 8.00 48.0 5504L Lady Bligh Vanilla $ 8.00 48.0 5505B Lady Bligh 151 Rum $ 13.40 151.0 5506L Lady Bligh J-Pack Gift $ 13.40 60.2 6068B Malibu Black $ 14.30 70.0 6069B Malibu Rum $ 11.65 48.0 6069D Malibu Rum $ 24.95 48.0 6069L Malibu Rum $ 16.70 48.0 6071B Malibu Red $ 16.00 70.0 6073B Malibu Island Spiced $ 14.30 60.0 6115B Margaritaville Jamican SPI $ 12.55 70.0 6115L Margaritaville Jamican SPI $ 18.00 70.0 6120B Margaritaville Prem Dark $ 12.55 80.0 6121B Margaritaville Prem Silver $ 12.55 80.0 6360D Mc Cormick Rum $ 14.05 80.0 6360L Mc Cormick Rum $ 8.05 80.0 6441D Meiers Gd Label V Islands $ 14.45 80.0 6441L Meiers Gd Label V Islands $ 8.25 80.0 6442B Meiers Wh Lab V Islnd Rum $ 4.80 80.0 6442D Meiers Wh Lab V Islnd Rum $ 14.45 80.0 6442L Meiers Wh Lab V Islnd Rum $ 8.25 80.0 6643D Montego Bay Silver $ 14.05 80.0 6651B Mt Gay Xtra Old Rum $ 9.90 86.0 6652B Mt Gay Eclipse $ 15.15 80.0 6652D Mt Gay Eclipse $ 26.70 80.0 6653B Mt Gay Eclipse Silver $ 13.40 80.0 6654B Mt Gay Black $ 16.55 80.0 6655B Mt Gay 1703 Old Cask Selec $ 30.25 86.0 6657B Mt Gay Black Barrel $ 23.90 86.0 6699L Myers's Platinum $ 11.05 80.0 7692B Oronoco Platinum Reserve $ 25.00 80.0 7718L Paladar White Rum PVT Label $ 8.25 80.0 7722B Panama Jack Spiced $ 25.40 70.0 7730L Paramount 151 $ 19.35 151.0 7788L Paramount Dragon Fruit $ 10.60 80.0 7835B Paramount Gold Lbl $ 7.30 80.0 7835D Paramount Gold Lbl $ 14.45 80.0 7835L Paramount Gold Lbl $ 8.25 80.0 7836B Paramount White Lbl $ 7.30 80.0 7836D Paramount White Lbl $ 14.45 80.0 7836L Paramount White Lbl $ 8.25 80.0 7839L Paramount Whipt Creme $ 10.60 80.0 8326B Pyrat X O Reserve $ 21.85 80.0 8329B Pyrat Cask 1623 $ 102.60 80.0 8330B Pucker Citrus Squeeze $ 8.80 70.0 8331B Pucker Grape Gone Wild $ 10.85 70.0 8332B Pucker Sour Apple Sass $ 10.85 70.0 8333B Pucker Wild Cherry Tease $ 10.85 70.0 8474B Rogue Dark Rum $ 27.35 80.0 8475B Rogue $ 14.20 80.0 8493B Ron Abuelo Anejo $ 13.50 80.0 8494B Ron Abuelo Anejo 7 Anos $ 21.30 80.0 8495B Ron Abuelo Anejo 12 Anos $ 28.30 80.0 8498B Ron Matusalem Classico $ 16.90 80.0 8500B Ron Matusalem Gran Reserva $ 7.75 80.0 8502B Ron Matusalem Platino $ 5.95 80.0 8533D Ronrico Clipper Spiced Rum $ 14.05 70.0 8645B Sailor Jerry Spic Navy Rum $ 15.15 92.0 8645D Sailor Jerry Spic Navy Rum $ 30.15 92.0 8645L Sailor Jerry Spic Navy Rum $ 21.10 92.0 8646B Sailor Jerry Spiced Travlr $ 15.15 92.0 8881B Seagrams Brazil Citrus Rum $ 3.45 70.0 8882B Seagrams Brazilian $ 3.45 80.0 8957B ShellBack Silver $12.55 80.0 8958B Shellback Spiced Rum $12.55 80.0 9065B Spiced Jack No 94 $12.30 94.0 9080B Spirits Of Yellow Springs $17.65 44.0 9229B Tommy Bahama Golden Sun $ 9.15 80.0 9230B Tommy Bahama White Sand $ 9.15 80.0 9307L Trader Vics Priv Sel Silvr $ 10.60 80.0 9357L Undo's Rum $ 20.60 80.0 9358L Undo's Spiced Rum $22.30 80.0 9530D Well Rum $ 14.65 88.0 9530L Well Rum $ 8.30 88.0 9570B Whaler's Vanilla $ 6.20 60.0 9675B Wray & Nephew Wh Overproof $ 16.00 126.0 9711L Ypioca Cachaca Crystal $18.45 78.0 9729B Zaya Rum $ 25.60 80.0 Scotch 0018B Aberlour 18 Yr 0019B Aberlour 12 Yr Sm 0020B Aberlour A'bunadh 0031B Aberfeldy 12 Yr

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Ohio Wholesale Price List 0032B Aberfeldy 21 Yr $150.00 80.0 0103B Ardmore Scotch $ 22.00 92.0 0107B Ardbeg 10Yr Single Malt $ 43.05 92.0 0111B Ardbeg Galileo $82.35 98.0 0115B Ardbeg Ardbog $86.70 104.2 0201B Pinch - Haig 15 Yr $ 29.70 80.0 0202B Dewars $ 19.40 80.0 0202D Dewars $ 42.40 80.0 0202E Dewars $ 21.15 80.0 0202L Dewars $ 28.05 80.0 0204B Johnnie Walker Red 12 Yr $ 22.35 80.0 0204D Johnnie Walker Red 12 Yr $ 44.15 80.0 0204L Johnnie Walker Red 12 Yr $ 29.15 80.0 0206D Ushers Green Stripe $ 22.25 80.0 0208B Lauders 3 Yr $ 8.15 80.0 0208D Lauders 3 Yr $ 17.10 80.0 0208L Lauders 3 Yr $ 10.35 80.0 0212B Grants Stand Fast $ 14.25 80.0 0212D Grants Stand Fast $ 31.90 80.0 0213D Old Smuggler $ 18.80 80.0 0213L Old Smuggler $ 11.45 80.0 0215B Chivas Regal $ 25.60 80.0 0215D Chivas Regal $ 58.10 80.0 0215L Chivas Regal $ 38.55 80.0 0225B Cutty Sark $ 16.00 80.0 0225D Cutty Sark $ 33.55 80.0 0225L Cutty Sark $ 21.10 80.0 0227B White Horse $ 12.55 80.0 0232B Johnnie Walker Black 12 Yr $ 35.10 80.0 0232D Johnnie Walker Black 12 Yr $ 69.15 80.0 0232L Johnnie Walker Black 12 Yr $ 44.80 80.0 0238B J & B Rare $ 18.95 80.0 0238D J & B Rare $ 36.35 80.0 0238L J & B Rare $ 23.70 80.0 0239B Grand Macnish 3 Yr $ 8.15 80.0 0239D Grand Macnish 3 Yr $ 17.50 80.0 0239L Grand Macnish 3 Yr $ 10.60 80.0 0241D Highland Mist 3 Yr $ 16.65 80.0 0241L Highland Mist 3 Yr $ 9.75 80.0 0246D Inverhouse 3 Yr $ 16.50 80.0 0246L Inverhouse 3 Yr $ 10.45 80.0 0249D J W Dant Scotch $ 9.85 80.0 0253B Ballantines $ 13.40 80.0 0281B Jameson Irish Whsky $ 21.25 80.0 0281D Jameson Irish Whsky $ 46.75 80.0 0281L Jameson Irish Whsky $ 31.55 80.0 0282B Bushmills Irish Wsky $ 18.45 80.0 0282L Bushmills Irish Wsky $ 29.80 80.0 0375B Auchentoshan 3 Wood Sms $ 49.20 86.0 0377B Auchentoshan Classic Sms $ 24.75 80.0 0493B Balvenie Single 15Yr $ 73.60 95.6 0496B Balvenie 14 Caribbean Cask $ 57.00 86.0 0497B Balvenie Doublewood 12 Yr $ 48.30 86.0 0504B Balvenie Portwood 21 Yr $156.45 86.0 0848L Beer Barrel Saloon Scotch $ 10.85 80.0 0908B Black Bush Irish Whsky $ 31.00 80.0 1474B Bowmore 12 Yr $34.30 80.0 1481B Bowmore Legend Sms $ 23.00 80.0 1486B Bunnahabhain Red Seal $ 88.70 80.0 1488B Bunnahabhain 12 Yr $ 47.45 80.0 1490B Buchanan Deluxe 12 Scotch $ 29.85 80.0 1498B Bruichladdich Rocks $ 48.50 92.0 1516B Bushmills Irish Honey $ 18.45 80.0 1519B Bushmills 16 Yr Single Malt $ 61.55 80.0 1520B Bushmills 10 Yr Irish $ 36.35 80.0 1635E Glenlivet Tri Pack $ 60.65 82.0 1636E Glenfiddich 45 Combo $ 29.60 82.0 1648E Jameson Irish Whsky $ 7.25 80.0 1751B Caol Ila 12 Yr Scotch $ 44.30 86.0 2004B Chivas Royal Salute 21Yr $191.40 80.0 2005B Chivas Regal 25 $218.90 80.0 2006B Chivas Regal 18 Yr $ 43.05 80.0 2052D Clan Macgregor Scotch $ 17.20 80.0 2052L Clan Macgregor Scotch $ 10.70 80.0 2074B Clontarf Classic Blend $ 17.60 80.0 2076D Cluny Scotch $ 10.75 80.0 2078B Clynelish $ 31.05 92.0 2261B Concannon Irish Whiskey $ 19.50 80.0 2355B Cragganmore Sngl Malt Scot 12 Yr $ 48.30 80.0 2491B Dalmore Stillman 28 Yr $ 117.60 90.0 2495B Dalmore 12 $ 36.10 80.0 2498B Dalwhinnie Sngl Malt Scotc 15 Yr $ 52.70 86.0 2671B Dewars Highlander Honey $ 22.15 80.0 2673B Dewar's Signature $189.75 86.0 2674B Dewars Spec Rsv 12 Yr Bln Scotch $ 26.45 80.0 2999B Famous Grouse 12 Yr $ 23.90 80.0 3003B Feckin Irish Whsky $ 16.90 80.0 3606B Glenfiddich Spec Res 12 Yr $ 36.10 80.0 3607B Glen Garioch $ 16.35 86.0 3611B Glenkinchie 12 Yr $ 52.60 86.0 3620B Glenfiddich Soler Rsv 15 Yr $ 43.95 80.0 3625B Glenfiddich Ancnt Rsv 18 Yr $ 76.20 86.0 3633B Glenfiddich Grand Reserva $ 139.00 80.0 3634B Glenfiddich 15Yr Distly Edition $ 51.80 102.0 3640B Glenlivet 18 Year $ 77.95 86.0 3641B Glenlivet Single Malt 12 Yr $ 36.10 80.0 3641D Glenlivet Single Malt 12 Yr $ 68.55 80.0 3641L Glenlivet Single Malt 12 Yr $ 43.75 80.0 3643B Glenlivet Archive 86 21 Yr $120.70 86.0 3645B Glenmorangie 10 Yr $ 34.35 86.0 3646B Glenlivet French Oak 15 Yr $ 47.45 80.0 3647B Glenlivet Nadurra 16 Yr $ 56.15 112.4 3649B Glenmorangie Lasanta $ 43.05 92.0 3650E Glenmorangie 10 Yr - 100Ml $ 15.50 89.2 3653B Glenmorangie 18 $ 95.40 86.0 3654B Glenlivet Nadurra Trium 91 $ 69.25 96.0 3656B Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban $ 43.05 92.0 3658B Glenmorangie Nectar D Or $ 56.15 92.0 3697B Glenrothes Select Reserve $ 38.80 80.0 3699B Glenrothes Scotch $ 67.75 86.0 3835B Grand Macnish 12 $ 19.50 80.0 4291B Highland Park Sngl Malt 12Yr $ 37.85 86.0 4296B Highland Park 18Y $107.00 86.0 4895B Irishman Original Clan Whiskey $ 17.65 80.0 4895L Irishman Original Clan Whiskey $ 18.80 80.0 5075B Jameson Gold $ 56.15 80.0 5079B Jameson Vintage Res. $ 173.90 92.0 5081B Jameson 18 Yr $ 77.95 80.0 5083B Jameson 12 Yr $ 36.95 80.0 5145B John Barr Red $ 11.40 80.0 5145D John Barr Red $ 16.15 80.0 5207B J. Mcdougals Bladnoch $ 77.45 111.6 5212B John Power & Son Irish Gld $ 21.25 80.0 5220B Johnnie Walker Blue $ 203.95 80.0 5222B Johnnie Walker Double Black $ 39.50 80.0 5225B Johnny Walker Blk 100 Annivesary $ 36.85 80.0 5229B Johnnie Walker Gold 18 Yr $ 81.70 80.0 5230B Johnie Walker Swing $ 37.90 80.0 5231B Johnnie Walker Grn $ 50.50 86.0 5384B Kilbeggan $ 14.30 80.0 5507B Lagavaulin Distillers Ed. $ 86.90 86.0 5508B Lagavaulin Single Malt 16 Yr $ 79.95 86.0 5542B Laphroaig 18 Yr $ 61.60 96.0 5543B Laphroaig Cask Strength 10 Yr $ 55.45 115.6 5544B Laphroaig Single Malt 10 Yr $ 41.35 86.0 6012B Macallan Cask Strength Sms $ 51.80 117.6 6013B Macallan 12 Yr Single Malt $ 43.05 86.0 6013D Macallan 12 Yr Single Malt $ 86.00 86.0

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Mexico $ 9.75 80.0 6649L Montezuma Gold – Mexico $ 9.75 80.0 6731B 901 Silver Tequila $ 34.35 80.0 6863B Voodoo Tiki Anejo $ 47.10 80.0 6864B Voodootiki Blue Dragon $ 16.55 67.0 6865B Voodootiki Desert Rose $ 21.25 67.0 6866B Voodootiki Green Dragon $ 16.55 67.0 6867B Voodootiki Platinum $ 29.00 80.0 6868B Voodootiki Raposado $ 33.55 80.0 7678B Olemeca Altos Plata $ 19.50 80.0 7690B Oro De Jalisco Silver $ 29.30 80.0 7978B Partida Tequila Reposado $ 14.75 80.0 7979B Partida Blanco $ 10.15 80.0 7982B Patron Anejo $ 51.80 80.0 7982D Patron Anejo $ 63.05 80.0 7984B Patron Silver $ 43.95 80.0 7984D Patron Silver $ 86.00 80.0 7985B Patron Reposado $ 45.70 80.0 8063B Pepe Lopez Gold $ 10.55 80.0 8280B Porfidio Plata $ 47.25 80.0 8281B Porfidio Silver $ 24.50 80.0 8440D Rio Grande Silver $ 17.40 80.0 8440L Rio Grande Silver $ 9.75 80.0 8442L Rio Grande Gold $ 9.75 80.0 8717B Cien Anos Blanco $ 11.15 80.0 8718B Cien Anos Reposado $ 9.05 80.0 8719B Sauza Blanco $ 14.05 80.0 8719L Sauza Blanco $ 19.40 80.0 8719D Sauza Silver $ 26.40 80.0 8721B Sauza Tres Gen Plata Teq. $ 60.90 80.0 8722B Sauza Tres Gener Anejo $ 39.60 80.0 8723B Sauza Extra Gold $ 14.05 80.0 8723D Sauza Extra Gold $ 26.40 80.0 8723L Sauza Extra Gold $ 19.40 80.0 8724B Sauza Tres Gen Reposado $ 26.40 80.0 8727B Sauza Conmemorativo $ 17.60 80.0 8733B Sauza Hornitos Anejo $ 22.00 80.0 8734B Sauza Hornitos Plata $ 19.35 80.0 8734D Sauza Hornitos Plata $ 30.15 80.0 8737B Sauza Blue Silver $ 16.95 80.0 8738L Sauza Giro Gold $ 9.65 80.0 8739L Sauza Giro Silver $ 9.65 80.0 8742B Sauza Extra Anejo $ 132.05 80.0 8860B Scorpian Mezcal Anejo 1 Yr $ 17.35 80.0 8861B Scorpian Mezcal Anejo 3 Yr $ 35.85 80.0 8862B Scorpian Mezcal Reposado $ 14.85 80.0 8863B Scorpian Mezcal Silver $ 16.15 80.0 8931B Senor Frogs Plata $ 8.60 80.0 8932B Senor Frogs Reposado $ 4.70 80.0 8942B Semential Silver Teq $ 38.45 80.0 9089B Suavecito Blanco $ 38.70 70.0 9169B Tarantula Azul $ 15.00 70.0 9170B Tarantula Reposado $ 7.80 80.0 9171B Tarantula Lime $ 8.05 70.0 9172B Tarantula Stawberry $ 5.25 70.0 9173B Sauza Hornitos Reposado $ 21.10 80.0 9176B Tequila Reposado $ 14.75 80.0 9177B Tequila Silver $ 14.00 80.0 9178B Teq Ocho Plata Las Pomez $ 38.70 80.0 9179B Teq Ocho Reposado Las Pomez $ 47.45 80.0 9180B Teq Ocho Anejo Ext El Vegl $130.35 80.0 9181B Teq Ocho Anejo San Augustn $ 50.85 80.0 9184B Tequila 30 - 30 Reposado $ 11.80 80.0 9185B Tanted Cocoa Tequila $ 34.35 80.0 9187B Tanted Jalepeno Tequila $34.35 80.0 9189B Tanteo Tropical Tequila $34.35 80.0 9199L 3 Island White Tequila $ 4.10 80.0 9222B Tierra's Anejo $ 14.00 80.0 9223B Tierra's Blanco $ 25.80 80.0 9224B Tierra's Reposado $ 14.65 80.0 9252L Tortilla Silver $ 8.35 80.0 9253L Tortilla Gold $ 8.35 80.0 9272B Tres Agaves Anejo $ 32.60 80.0 9273B Tres Agaves Blanco $ 23.90 80.0 9274B Tres Agaves Reposado $ 28.20 80.0 9308B Tres Rios Silver $ 10.20 80.0 9309B Tres Rios Reposado $ 20.15 80.0 9363B Two Fingers Tequila Gold $ 9.50 80.0 9364B Two Fingers Tequila White $ 9.50 80.0 9358L Undo's Tequila $25.50 80.0 9531D Well Tequila $ 16.85 88.0 9531L Well Tequila $ 10.00 88.0 9610B Wild Shot Reposado $ 41.35 86.8 9611B Wild Shot Silver $ 39.60 86.8 9737B Zapopan Reposado $ 7.65 80.0 Vodka

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0016B Absolut Cilantro $ 16.00 80.0 0024B Absolut Grapevine $ 16.00 80.0 0027B Absolut Wild Tea $ 16.00 80.0 0028B Absolut Citron $ 16.00 80.0 0028D Absolut Citron $ 31.90 80.0 0028L Absolut Citron $ 25.45 80.0 0034B Alchemia Chocolate $ 14.75 80.0 0036B Absolut Kurant Vdk $ 6.55 80.0 0042B Absolut Apeach $ 16.00 80.0 0042L Absolut Apeach $ 17.25 80.0 0046B Absolut Cherry Kran $ 16.00 80.0 0047B Absolut Hibiskus $ 16.00 80.0 0049B Absolut Orient Apple $ 16.00 80.0 0052B Absolut Berri Acai $ 16.00 80.0 0052D Absolut Berri Acai $ 33.65 80.0 0054B Absolut 100 Black $ 21.25 100.0 0054L Absolut 100 Black $ 17.60 100.0 0056B Absolut San Francisco $ 16.90 80.0 0057B Absolut 80 $ 16.00 80.0 0057D Absolut 80 $ 33.65 80.0 0057E Absolut 80 $ 19.60 80.0 0057L Absolut 80 $ 25.45 80.0 0060B Absolut Pears $ 16.00 80.0 0060L Absolut Pears $ 10.65 80.0 0061B Absolut Peppar Vdk $ 16.00 80.0 0062B Absolut Ruby Red $ 16.00 80.0 0062L Absolut Ruby Red $ 9.65 80.0 0063E Absolut Mini Bar $ 6.75 80.0 0064B Absolut Mandrin Vdk $ 16.00 80.0 0064D Absolut Mandrin Vdk $ 31.90 80.0 0064L Absolut Mandrin Vdk $ 25.45 80.0 0068B Absolut Raspberri $ 16.00 80.0 0068L Absolut Raspberri Vodka $ 14.65 80.0 0069B Absolut Vanila $ 16.00 80.0 0069L Absolut Vanila $ 25.45 80.0 0070L Absolut & Citron Twin Pack $ 42.20 80.0 0074B Absolut Mango $ 16.00 80.0 0074L Absolut Mango $ 9.65 80.0 0080B American Harvest Organic $ 20.35 80.0 0194D Aristocrat $ 11.85 80.0 0194L Aristocrat $ 6.80 80.0 0450B Bakon Vodka $16.45 80.0 0194L Aristocrat $ 7.10 80.0 0737B Paramount Cherry $ 3.50 65.0 0737D Paramount Cherry $ 15.35 65.0 0737L Paramount Cherry $ 10.60 65.0 0832B Belvedere Bldy Mary $ 16.90 80.0 0834B Belvedere Pink Grapefruit $ 23.90 80.0 0835B Belvedere Black Raspberry $ 28.25 80.0 0836B Belvedere Vdk $ 28.25 80.0 0836D Belvedere Vdk $ 51.10 80.0 0836L Belvedere Vdk $ 34.15 80.0 0838B Belvedere Vdk $ 28.25 80.0 0838D Belvedere Vdk $ 51.10 80.0 0838L Belvedere Vdk $ 35.05 80.0 0840B Belvedere Ix $ 9.90 80.0 0841B Belvedere Cytrus $ 23.90 80.0 0842B Belvedere Orange $ 11.80 80.0 0845L Beer Barrel Saloon Vdk $ 8.05 80.0 0846B Belvedere Intense $ 17.40 100.0 0847B Belvedere Intense Unfiltered $ 28.25 80.0 0853B Belvedere Lemon Tea $ 23.90 80.0 0946B Blavod The Black $ 9.65 80.0 0953B Blue Angel Vodka $ 5.15 80.0 0958B Blue Ice Vdk $ 14.30 80.0 0958D Blue Ice Vdk $ 24.95 80.0 1337B Bombora Vdk $ 10.80 80.0 1390B Bombora Vdk $ 9.00 80.0 1390L Boomerang $ 4.50 80.0 1426B Boru Original Vdk $ 10.80 80.0 1426D Boru Original Vdk $ 18.85 80.0 1475B Brewriver AJ Henkel $ 24.60 100.0 1479B Brewriver DL Billingheimer $ 19.85 80.0 1483B Boyd & Blair $ 8.95 80.0 1523B Burnetts Espresso $ 5.15 70.0 1524B Burnetts Candy Cane $ 5.40 70.0 1525B Burnetts $ 6.45 80.0 1525D Burnetts $ 12.70 80.0 1525L Burnetts $ 885.00 80.0 1526B Burnetts Pink Lemonade $ 6.45 70.0 1527B Burnetts Raspberry $ 6.45 70.0 1528B Burnett's Vanilla $ 6.45 70.0 1529B Burnett's Fruit Punch $ 6.45 70.0 1530B Burnetts Sour Apple $ 9.05 70.0 1531B Burnetts Cherry $ 6.45 70.0 1533B Burnetts Blueberry $ 4.50 70.0 1534B Burnetts Strawberry $ 6.45 70.0 1535B Burnetts Blue Raspberry $ 6.45 70.0 1536B Burnetts Orange Creme Vodka $ 6.45 70.0 1537B Burnetts Sugar Cookie $ 6.45 70.0 1539B Burnetts Watermelon $ 6.45 70.0 1540B Burnetts Whipped Cream $ 6.45 70.0 1605E Absolut 200 ML $ 6.10 80.0 1611E Burnetts Vodka $ 2.95 80.0 1640E Grey Goose 200Ml $ 8.60 80.0 1641E Grey Goose L'orange $ 8.60 80.0 1643E Grey Goose Le Citron $ 4.80 80.0 1657E New Amsterdam Peach 200ML $ 3.15 70.0 1658E New Amsterdam Berry 200ML $ 3.15 70.0 1661E Paramount 100 Vodka $ 4.20 100.0 1675E Skyy 200 $ 4.20 80.0 1676E Smirnoff 100 $ 5.25 100.0 1677E Sobiekski 200 ML $ 2.45 80.0 1678E Svedka Traveler 200 $ 3.30 80.0 1852B Chambord Flavored Vodka $ 10.00 75.0 1983B Chilled Dill Pickle Vodka $ 20.05 70.0 2009B Chopin $ 23.90 80.0 2009D Chopin $ 38.00 80.0 2011B Chopin Wheat Vodka $ 21.25 80.0 2012B Chopin Rye Vodka $ 21.25 80.0 2048B Ciroc Super Premium $ 32.65 80.0 2048D Ciroc Super Premium $ 64.10 80.0 2048L Ciroc Super Premium $ 36.20 80.0 2050B Ciroc Coconut $ 32.65 70.0 2050L Ciroc Coconut $ 36.20 70.0 2051B Ciroc Peach $ 32.65 70.0 2051L Ciroc Peach $ 36.15 70.0 2053B Ciroc Red Berry $ 32.65 70.0 2053D Ciroc Red Berry $ 64.10 70.0 2053L Ciroc Red Berry $ 36.20 70.0 2135L Imperia Vodka $ 34.15 80.0 2071L Clique Vodka $ 7.45 80.0 2358L Crav Vodka $ 33.05 80.0 2385B Cristall Signature Series $ 6.85 80.0 2392D Crown Russe 80 Proof Vdk $ 11.75 80.0 2392L Crown Russe $ 6.85 80.0 2444B Crystal Head $ 43.05 80.0 2444D Crystal Head $ 86.00 80.0 2455B Cupcake Chiffon Vodka $ 5.75 70.0 2456B Cupcake Devils Food Vodka $ 5.75 70.0 2457B Cupcake Frosting Vodka $ 5.75 70.0 2458B Cupcake Original Vodka $ 5.75 70. 2452B Crystal Spirits Buckeye Vodka $ 16.90 80.0 2452D Crystal Spirits Buckeye Vodka $ 30.15 80.0 2509B Dancing Tree Vodka Grain $ 29.90 80.0 2510B Dancing Tree Vodka Grapes $ 29.90 80.0 2658B Denaka $ 6.45 70.0

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Ohio Wholesale Price List 2659B Denaka Black Cherry $ 5.40 70.0 2662B Devil Springs $ 13.40 160.0 2778B Double Cross Vodka $ 32.60 80.0 2782B Downunder $ 7.40 80.0 2784B Dragon Breath Vodka $ 15.70 80.0 2893B Ed Hardy $ 23.85 80.0 2893L Ed Hardy $ 20.35 80.0 2895B Effen Cucumber $ 22.15 75.0 2896B Effen Black Cherry $ 22.15 75.0 2897B Effen $ 22.15 80.0 2898B Effen Raspberry $ 22.15 80.0 2928B Epic Coconut Vodka $ 10.30 70.0 2929B Epic Peach Vodka $ 10.30 70.0 2930B Epic Vodka $ 10.30 80.0 2952B Everclear $ 14.90 190.0 2956L Eristoff Vodka $ 7.55 80.0 3011B Finlandia 80 $ 13.40 80.0 3011D Finlandia 80 $ 24.95 80.0 3011L Finlandia 80 $ 19.30 80.0 3014B Finlandia Grapefruit $ 13.40 75.0 3016B Firefly Sweet Tea $ 15.15 70.0 3016D Firefly Sweet Tea $ 9.25 70.0 3019B Finlandia Mango Fusion $ 5.95 75.0 3020B Finlandia Tangerine Fusion $ 13.40 75.0 3021B Finlandia Wild Berries $ 5.65 70.0 3023B Firestarter Vodka $ 19.50 80.0 3025B Firefly Mint Tea $ 5.80 70.0 3026B Firefly Raspberry Tea Vdk $ 6.30 70.0 3028B Firefly Skinny Tea $ 10.45 60.0 3031B Finlandia Rasperry $ 13.40 75.0 3035B 4 Orange Vodka $ 7.15 80.0 3082B Fris Citrus Vodka $ 8.75 70.0 3083B Fris Orange Vodka $ 8.75 70.0 3084B Fris Vodka $ 8.75 70.0 3084D Fris Vodka $ 16.20 70.0 3084L Fris Vodka $ 10.60 70.0 3086B Frozen Ghost Vodka $ 9.00 80.0 3072L 42 Below Pure $ 11.75 84.0 3079B 44 North Huckleberry Vodka $ 21.25 70.0 3080B 44 North North Rainer Vodka $ 21.25 70.0 3084B Fris $ 8.75 80.0 3084D Fris $ 16.20 80.0 3084L Fris $ 10.60 80.0 3088B Fuzzy $ 25.60 80.0 3089B Fris Blueberry Vodka $ 4.40 70.0 3097B Galens $ 13.40 151.0 3579B Gilbey’s Trvlr 80 $ 7.40 80.0 3586B Gilbey's Vdk 100 $ 8.20 100.0 3586D Gilbey's Vdk 100 $ 18.45 100.0 3691B Godiva Chocolate $ 6.60 60.0 3692B Godiva Chocolate Raspberry $ 6.60 60.0 3783B Gordons Traveler $ 8.20 80.0 3888B Grand Touring Vodka $ 4.25 80.0 3906B Grey Goose Cherry Noir $ 28.25 80.0 3906L Grey Goose Cherry Noir $ 34.15 80.0 3907B Grey Goose $ 28.25 80.0 3907D Grey Goose $ 58.95 80.0 3907L Grey Goose $ 34.15 80.0 3909B Grey Goose La Poire $ 28.25 80.0 3909L Grey Goose La Poire VDK $ 14.90 80.0 3910B Grey Goose L'orange $ 28.25 80.0 3910L Grey Goose L'Orange VDK $ 14.90 80.0 3911L Grey Goose Gift $ 55.30 80.0 3912B Grey Goose Le Citron $ 28.25 80.0 3912L Grey Goose Le Citron VDK $ 14.90 80.0 3919E Grey Goose 50Ml Multi-Pack $ 8.45 80.0 3968B Hammer & Sickle Vdk $ 16.90 80.0 3971B Hangar One Straight $ 25.60 80.0 3973B Hangar One Chipotle Chili $ 25.60 80.0 3975B Hangar One Kaffir Lime Vdk $ 25.60 80.0 3976B Hangar One Mandarin $ 25.60 80.0 3977B Hangar One Blueberry $ 25.60 80.0 4869B Iceburg Vdk $ 4.10 80.0 4932B Ivanbitch Peach Vodka $ 9.90 80.0 4933B Ivanbitch Vodka $ 9.90 80.0 5000D Gilbey's Vdk 80 $ 14.70 80.0 5000L Gilbey's Vdk 80 $ 9.15 80.0 5004D Crystal Vdk 80 $ 11.85 80.0 5004L Crystal Vdk 80 $ 7.10 80.0 5013D Fleischmann Royal $ 11.65 80.0 5015D Wolfschmidt $ 14.50 80.0 5015L Wolfschmidt $ 8.05 80.0 5016B Smirnoff #57 100 $ 13.30 100.0 5016D Smirnoff #57 100 $ 27.00 100.0 5016L Smirnoff #57 100 $ 17.95 100.0 5018B Gordons 80 $ 8.20 80.0 5018D Gordons 80 $ 16.25 80.0 5018L Gordons 80 $ 9.70 80.0 5020B Paramount 80 $ 7.30 80.0 5020D Paramount 80 $ 14.45 80.0 5020L Paramount 80 $ 8.85 80.0 5021B Smirnoff No. 21 80 $ 11.65 80.0 5021D Smirnoff No. 21 80 $ 22.80 80.0 5021E Smirnoff No. 21 80 $ 7.85 80.0 5021L Smirnoff No. 21 80 $ 14.05 80.0 5025D Mr Boston Riva 100 $ 13.60 100.0 5028D Barton Vdk $ 11.85 80.0 5028L Barton Vdk $ 6.80 80.0 5029B Barton Traveler $ 6.00 80.0 5030D Hallers 80 $ 12.10 80.0 5030L Hallers 80 $ 7.05 80.0 5033L Tamirov 100 $ 4.95 100.0 5036D Nikolai $ 13.60 80.0 5036L Nikolai $ 7.15 80.0 5038B Paramount 100 $ 9.05 100.0 5038D Paramount 100 $ 17.10 100.0 5038L Paramount 100 $ 10.60 100.0 5039B Paramount 90 $ 8.15 90.0 5039D Paramount 90 $ 16.20 90.0 5039L Paramount 90 $ 7.10 90.0 5040B Popov 80 $ 6.90 80.0 5040D Popov 80 $ 13.65 80.0 5040L Popov 80 $ 8.05 80.0 5074B James River Plant Sweet Vodka $ 17.00 70.0 5090B Jean Marc Xo Vdk $ 19.85 80.0 5106B Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea $ 16.95 70.0 5106D Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea $ 8.95 70.0 5107B Jeremiah Weed Peach Tea $ 5.65 70.0 5210B John Mcculloch $ 11.90 80.0 5258B Jr Johnsons Midnight Moon $ 17.75 80.0 5261B Jr Johnsons Midnight Moon Apple Pie $ 17.75 80.0 5308B Kamchatka 80 $ 6.45 80.0 5308D Kamchatka 80 $ 13.65 80.0 5308L Kamchatka 80 $ 7.85 80.0 5309B Kamchatka 90 $ 8.90 90.0 5309D Kamchatka 90 $ 16.20 90.0 5310L Kamchatka Cherry $ 9.95 70.0 5311L Kamchatka Grape $ 9.95 70.0 5313B Kamchatka Traveler $ 6.45 80.0 5382B Ketel One $ 21.95 80.0 5382D Ketel One $ 43.00 80.0 5382E Ketel One $ 20.70 80.0 5382L Ketel One $ 30.75 80.0 5383D Ketel One Citroen $ 43.00 80.0 5383L Ketel One Citroen $ 30.75 80.0 5385L Ketel One Oranje $ 30.75 80.0 5386B Khortytsa Honey Pepper $ 14.10 80.0 5387B Khortytsa Platinum $ 15.20 80.0

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5489B Korski Traveler $ 6.45 80.0 5490B Korski $ 6.45 80.0 5490D Korski $ 12.70 80.0 5490L Korski $ 7.10 80.0 5492B Kutskoua $ 8.90 80.0 5882B Level $ 9.65 80.0 5966B Lil Blk Drs Blk Cher Van $ 9.90 60.0 5967B Lil Blk Drs Blubry Pomeg $ 9.90 65.0 5968B Lil Blk Drs Classic $ 9.90 80.0 5969B Lil Blk Drs Pineapp Hony $ 9.90 65.0 6008B Luksusowa $ 9.90 80.0 6008D Luksusowa $ 23.20 80.0 5013L Fleischmann Royal 80 Proof $ 6.70 80.0 6391D Mc Cormick $ 13.30 80.0 6391L Mc Cormick $ 7.65 80.0 6428B Medea $ 11.45 80.0 6460L Meier's Vdk Plastic $ 6.70 80.0 6591B Kru Vodka $ 12.55 82.0 6620B Monopolowa Potato $ 7.85 80.0 6659B Moon Mountain Vodka $ 3.75 70.0 6660B Moon Mtn Coastal Citrus $ 3.75 70.0 6661B Moon Mtn Wild Raspberry $ 3.75 70.0 6713B New Amsterdam Citron $ 9.90 70.0 6714B New Amsterdam Coconut $ 9.90 70.0 6715B New Amsterdam Berry $ 9.90 70.0 6718B New Amsterdam Vodka $ 9.90 80.0 6718D New Amsterdam Vodka $18.80 80.0 6718L New Amsterdam Vodka $13.20 70.0 6719B New Amsterdam Peach Vodka $ 9.90 70.0 6741B Ocean Vodka $ 25.60 80.0 7336L Mr Boston Vodka $ 6.75 80.0 7677L Opulent Vodka $ 17.55 80.0 7698B Oyo $ 27.75 80.0 7699B Oyo Honey Vanilla Bean $ 28.70 80.0 7701B Oyo Stone Fruit $ 28.70 80.0 7716B Nutliquor Peanut Butter $ 16.90 80.0 7728L Paramount Orange Flv Vdk $ 10.60 65.0 7834L Para Ultra Bubble $ 10.60 65.0 7834D Para Ultra Bubble $ 5.00 65.0 7837L Paramount Vanilla $ 3.15 65.0 7846D Paramount Grape $ 15.35 65.0 7846L Paramount Grape $ 10.60 65.0 7897L Paramount Sweet Tea $ 5.55 65.0 7921B Paramount 100 Trvlr $ 8.85 100.0 7990B Peachka $ 3.30 70.0 7991B Pearl $ 9.90 80.0 7991D Pearl $ 16.20 80.0 7992B Pearl Pomegranate $ 7.10 70.0 7994B Pearl Cucumber Vdk $ 7.10 70.0 7995B Pearl Blueberry Vdk $ 5.20 70.0 7996B Pearl Coconut Vdk $ 9.90 70.0 7997B Pearl Plum $ 9.90 70.0 7998B Pearl Wedding Cake $ 9.90 70.0 7999B Pearl Applee Pie vodka $ 9.90 70.0 8001B Pearl Peach Vodka $ 9.90 70.0 8002B Pearl Red Berry Vodka $ 9.90 70.0 8074B Peureux $ 8.95 70.0 8230B Pinnacle Blueberry $ 10.80 70.0 8231B Pinnacle Key Lim Whip $ 10.80 70.0 8232B Pinnacle Atomic Hots $ 10.80 70.0 8233B Pinnacle Cookie Dough $ 10.80 70.0 8234B Pinnacle Coconut $ 10.80 70.0 8236B Pinnacle Cake $ 10.80 70.0 8237B Pinnacle Cotton Candy $ 10.80 70.0 8238B Pinnacle Citrus $ 10.80 70.0 8239B Pinnacle Berry $ 10.80 70.0 8240B Pinnacle Butterscotch $ 6.75 70.0 8241B Pinnacle Le Double Expresso $ 5.75 70.0 8242B Pinnacle Kiwi Strawber $ 10.80 70.0 8243B Pinnacle $ 10.80 80.0 8243D Pinnacle $ 19.70 80.0 8243L Pinnacle $ 14.05 80.0 8244B Pinnacle Cherry Vdk $ 10.80 70.0 8244D Pinnacle Cherry Vdk $ 19.70 70.0 8245B Pinnacle Raspberry $ 10.80 70.0 8246B Pinnacle Grape $ 10.80 70.0 8248B Pinnacle Mango $ 10.80 70.0 8250B Pinnacle Vanilla $ 10.80 70.0 8251B Pinnacle Tropical Punch $ 10.80 70.0 8252B Pinnacle 100 $ 12.30 100.0 8253B Pinnacle Whipped $ 10.80 70.0 8253D Pinnacle Whipped $ 17.95 70.0 8254B Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped $ 10.80 70.0 8254D Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped $ 18.80 70.0 8255B Pinnacle Orange Whipped $ 10.80 70.0 8256B Pinnacle Gummy $ 10.80 70.0 8257B Pinnacle Marshmallow $ 10.80 70.0 8259B Pinnacle Peach Vodka $ 10.80 70.0 8260B Pinnacle Rainbow Sherbet $ 10.80 70.0 8261B Pinnacle Strawberry Shortc $ 10.80 70.0 8262B Pinnacle Pomegranate $ 11.65 70.0 8283B Players Extreme Caramel $ 5.35 70.0 8283L Players Extreme Carame; $ 4.55 70.0 8285B Players Extrm Cherry Vdk $ 5.35 70.0 8285L Players Emtrm Cherry Vdk $12.05 70.0 8291B Popov Traveler $ 6.90 80.0 8293B Prairie Organic Kosher Vdk $ 11.70 80.0 8295B Pravda $ 6.20 80.0 8321B Proof 105 $ 8.60 105.0 8323B Purus $ 14.30 80.0 8325B Proof 110 $ 8.85 110.0 8334B Pucker Lemonad Lust Vdk $ 10.85 70.0 8336B Pucker Raspbry Rave Vdk $ 10.85 70.0 8338B Rain Organics $ 15.15 80.0 8338D Rain Organics $ 24.95 80.0 8339B Pucker Watermelon $ 10.85 70.0 8413B Reyka Vdk $ 16.90 80.0 8488B Rokk Citrus $ 3.05 70.0 8490B Rokk Orange $ 4.95 70.0 8492B Rokk $ 4.00 80.0 8627D Ruskova Genuine Russian Vd $ 17.95 80.0 8631B Russian Standard Original $ 15.15 80.0 8631D Russian Standard Original $ 24.95 80.0 8634B Russian Standard Platinum $ 19.50 80.0 8854B Skinnygirl Bare Naked Vdk $ 15.00 60.0 8855B Skinnygirl Cucumber Vdk $ 15.00 60.0 8856B Skinnygirl Island Coconut $ 12.90 60.0 8857B Skinnygirl Tangerine Vdk $ 15.00 60.0 8858B Skinnygirl White Cherry VD $ 15.00 60.0 8880B Seagrams Extra Smooth Vdk $ 9.05 80.0 8880D Seagrams Extra Smooth Vdk $ 18.80 80.0 8880L Seagrams Extra Smooth Vdk $ 12.35 80.0 8884B Seagrams Apple $ 4.35 80.0 8885B Seagrams Black Cherry $ 6.25 70.0 8886B Seagrams Citrus $ 9.05 80.0 8896D Skol $ 13.15 80.0 8896L Skol $ 7.15 80.0 8908B Seagrams Rasberry $ 9.05 80.0 8910B Seagram's Sweet Tea $ 9.90 70.0 8915B Seagrams Platinum $ 10.80 100.0 8915D Seagrams Platinum $ 21.45 100.0 8930L Senators Club Vdk $ 4.95 80.0 8934B Severka $ 9.60 80.0 8937B Seven Brothers Vodka $ 28.30 80.0 9005L Skyy Infusions Coconut $ 15.85 70.0 9006L Skyy Infusions Blood Orang $ 15.85 70.0 9007L Skyy Infusions Dragon Fruit $ 15.85 70.0 9008E Skyy Infusions Rainbow Pac $ 5.00 70.0

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Ohio Wholesale Price List 9009L Skyy Infusion Pineapple $ 15.85 70.0 9010L Skyy Infusion Passionfruit $ 15.85 70.0 9011L Skyy Infusion Raspberry $ 15.85 70.0 9012B Skyy $ 12.55 80.0 9012D Skyy $ 24.95 80.0 9012E Skyy $ 14.40 80.0 9012L Skyy $ 18.40 80.0 9014D Skyy Infusion Citrus $ 24.95 70.0 9014L Skyy Infusion Citrus $ 15.85 70.0 9016L Skyy Infusion Cherry $ 15.85 70.0 9017L Skyy Infusions Ginger Vdk $ 5.40 70.0 9018L Skyy Infusion Grape $ 15.85 70.0 9021L Skyy Orange Vodka $ 8.35 70.0 9023L Skyy Vodka 90 $ 14.50 90.0 9022B Smirnoff Black Cherry $ 12.25 70.0 9024B Smirnoff Blueberry $ 12.25 70.0 9024L Smirnoff Blueberry $ 14.90 70.0 9025B Smirnoff Cranberry $ 12.25 70.0 9027B Smirnoff Dark Roasted Espr $ 13.00 100.0 9028B Smirnoff Melontwist $ 8.20 70.0 9029B Smirnoff Lime $ 12.25 70.0 9030E Smirnoff Flavor Twist 5 Pack $ 3.85 70.0 9031B Smirnoff Mango $ 11.95 70.0 9032B Smirnoff Silver $ 13.10 90.4 9032D Smirnoff Silver $ 26.15 90.4 9032L Smirnoff Silver $ 16.95 90.4 9033B Smirnoff Greenapple $ 12.25 70.0 9033L Smirnoff Greenapple $ 14.90 70.0 9034B Smirnoff Citrus $ 12.25 70.0 9034D Smirnoff Citrus $ 25.75 70.0 9034L Smirnoff Citrus $ 14.90 70.0 9035B Smirnoff Pomegranate Twist $ 12.25 70.0 9036B Smirnoff Traveler $ 11.65 80.0 9037B Smirnoff Passion Fruit $ 12.25 70.0 9038B Smirnoff Orange $ 12.25 70.0 9038D Smirnoff Orange $ 25.75 70.0 9038L Smirnoff Orange $ 14.90 70.0 9039B Smirnoff Raspberry $ 12.25 70.0 9039D Smirnoff Raspberry $ 25.75 70.0 9039L Smirnoff Raspberry $ 14.90 70.0 9040B Smirnoff Vanilla $ 12.25 70.0 9040D Smirnoff Vanilla $ 25.75 70.0 9040L Smirnoff Vanilla $ 14.90 70.0 9041B Smirnoff Strawberry $ 12.25 70.0 9041L Smirnoff Strawberry $ 14.90 70.0 9042B Smirnoff Pear Twist $ 12.25 70.0 9043B Smirnoff Pineapple Twist $ 12.25 70.0 9044B Smirnoff Watermelon $ 12.25 70.0 9044L Smirnoff Watermelon $ 14.90 70.0 9045B Smirnoff Whitegrape $ 12.25 70.0 9046B Sobieski $ 9.90 80.0 9046D Sobieski $ 16.20 80.0 9046L Sobieski $ 12.35 80.0 9047B Smirnoff Spiced Root Beer $ 9.25 100.0 9048L Sobieski Cynamon $ 5.05 70.0 9049B Sobieski Vdk(Glass) $ 9.90 80.0 9050L Sobieski Vanilia $ 12.35 70.0 9051L Sobieski Cytron $ 12.35 70.0 9057L Sobieski Karamel $ 12.35 70.0 9060L Sobieski Orange $ 12.35 70.0 9062B Smirnoff Peach $ 12.25 70.0 9066B Sobieski Raspberry $ 11.50 70.0 9066L Sobieski Raspberry $ 12.35 70.0 9067B Square One Basil $ 30.00 70.0 9068B Square One Botanical $ 30.00 80.0 9069B Square One Cucumber $ 30.00 80.0 9070B Square One Organic Vodka $ 30.00 80.0 9073B Smooth Ambler Whitewater $ 5.90 80.0 9074B Smirnoff Coconut $ 12.25 70.0 9075B Smirnoff Fluffed Marshmallow $ 12.25 60.0 9076B Smirnoff Whipped Cream $ 12.25 60.0 9079L Spirit of the Tsars $159.60 86.0 9083L Sobieski Black Cherry $ 12.35 70.0 9085B Smirnoff Kissed Caramel $ 12.25 60.0 9088B Smirnoff Light Lemon Sorbet $ 12.25 60.0 9090B Smirnoff Iced Cake $ 12.25 60.0 9092B Smirnoff LT Mango Pass Sor $ 12.25 60.0 9093B Stawski $ 5.80 80.0 9094B Smirnoff Rasp Pomeg Sorbet $ 12.25 60.0 9095B Smirnoff Root Beer Float $ 12.25 60.0 9111B Svedka Orange Cream Pop VD $ 9.85 70.0 9112B Svedka Strawberry Colada V $ 9.85 70.0 9114B Svedka Traveler $ 9.85 80.0 9116L Syn $ 9.45 80.0 9122B Stolichnaya Salted Karamel $ 17.75 75.0 9124B Stolichnaya Hot Vdk $ 17.75 75.0 9125B Stolichnaya Sticki Vdk $ 17.75 75.0 9128B Stolichnaya Blueberi Vdk $ 17.75 70.0 9128L Stolichnaya Blueberi Vdk $ 17.75 70.0 9129B Stolichnaya Choc Razberi $ 17.75 75.0 9130B Stolichnaya Citros Flv Vdk $ 17.75 70.0 9131D Stolichnaya Ohranj $ 23.40 70.0 9131B Stolichnaya Ohranj Limitd Ed $ 6.55 70.0 9131L Stolichnaya Ohranj $ 26.30 70.0 9132B Stolichnaya Cranberi $ 17.75 75.0 9133B Stolichnaya 100 $ 6.55 100.0 9134B Stolichnaya Elit $ 51.80 80.0 9135B Stolichnaya $ 17.75 80.0 9135D Stolichnaya $ 34.55 80.0 9135L Stolichnaya $ 26.30 80.0 9136B Stolichnaya Wild Cherry $ 6.55 75.0 9137B Stolichnaya Gala Applik Vd $ 16.90 70.0 9139B Stoli White Pomegranik Vdk $ 7.50 70.0 9143B Stolichnaya Peachik $ 10.30 70.0 9143L Stolichnaya Peachik $ 26.30 70.0 9144B Platinum 7X Vdk $ 8.15 80.0 9144L Platinum 7X Vdk $ 11.50 80.0 9144D Platinum 7X Vdk $ 16.20 80.0 9149B Stolichnaya Razberi $ 15.15 70.0 9149L Stolichnaya Razberi $ 26.30 70.0 9151B Stolichnaya Strasberi $ 17.75 70.0 9154B Stolichnaya Vanil $ 17.75 70.0 9154D Stolichnaya Vanil $ 8.40 70.0 9154L Stolichnaya Vanil $ 26.30 70.0 9155B Svedka Colada Vodka $ 9.85 75.0 9156B Tanqueray Sterling $ 11.90 80.0 9156D Tanqueray Sterling $ 23.75 80.0 9156L Tanqueray Sterling $ 14.55 80.0 9158B Sweet Carolina Lemonad Vdk $ 4.10 70.0 9159B Sweet Carolina Rasp Tea Vdka $ 5.00 70.0 9160B Sweet Carolina Sweet Tea Vodka $ 10.80 70.0 9160D Sweet Carolina Sweet Tea Vodka $ 5.50 70.0 9161B Svedka Raspberry $ 9.85 75.0 9162B Svedka Vanilla Vdk $ 9.85 75.0 9162L Svedka Vanilla Vdk $ 7.60 70.0 9163B Svedka Citron Vdk $ 9.85 75.0 9164B Svedka Swedish $ 9.85 80.0 9164D Svedka Swedish $ 18.80 80.0 9164L Svedka Swedish $ 13.15 80.0 9165B Svedka Clementine $ 9.85 75.0 9166B Svedka Grape Vodka $ 8.90 75.0 9175B Svedka Cherry $ 9.85 75.0 9186B Teton Glacier $ 16.85 80.0 9192B 3 Olive Loopy $ 16.90 70.0 9193L Jewel Of Russia Ultra $ 98.85 80.0 9196L 3 Islands Vodka $ 6.40 100.0 9197L 3 Islands Vodka $ 4.75 80.0 9200B 3 Olive Cake $ 16.90 70.0

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9201B 3 Olive Bubble $ 16.90 70.0 9201D 3 Olive Bubble $ 10.85 70.0 9201L 3 Olive Bubble $ 15.20 70.0 9202B 3 Olive Berry $ 16.90 70.0 9203B 3 Olive Citrus $ 16.90 70.0 9204B 3 Olive Rootbeer $ 16.90 70.0 9205B 3 Olive Grape $ 16.90 70.0 9205D 3 Olive Grape $ 24.95 70.0 9205L 3 Olive Grape $ 24.60 70.0 9207B 3 Olive Orange $ 16.90 70.0 9208B 3 Olive Cherry Vdk $ 16.90 70.0 9208D 3 Olive Cherry Vdk $ 24.95 70.0 9208L 3 Olive Cherry Vdk $ 24.60 70.0 9209B 3 Olive Raspberry $ 16.90 70.0 9210B 3 Olive $ 16.90 80.0 9210D 3 Olive $ 22.30 80.0 9210L 3 Olive $ 24.60 80.0 9211B 3 Olive Chococlate $ 16.90 70.0 9213B 3 Olive Vanilla $ 16.90 70.0 9215B 3 Olive Watermelon $ 8.45 70.0 9216B 3 Olive Pomegrante $ 16.90 70.0 9217B 3 Olive Mango Flv $ 16.90 70.0 9219B 3 Olive Triple Shot Espresso $ 16.90 70.0 9220B 360 $ 12.50 80.0 9226B 360 Vodka Gift $ 16.85 80.0 9227B 3 Olives Rangtang $ 16.90 70.0 9227D 3 Olives Rangtang $ 8.95 70.0 9228B 360 Double Chocolate $ 12.50 70.0 9232B Tito's Handmade $ 16.00 80.0 9232D Tito's Handmade $ 28.40 80.0 9232L Tito's Handmade $ 21.10 80.0 9235B 3 Olive Dude Vodka $ 16.90 70.0 9235D 3 Olive Dude Vodka $ 24.95 70.0 9236B 360 Mandarin Orange $ 12.50 70.0 9237B 3 Olive Super Cola $ 14.10 70.0 9238B 3 Olive Smores $ 16.90 70.0 9239B 360 Buttered Popcord Vdk $ 8.75 70.0 9246B 360 Huckleberry Vodka $ 12.50 70.0 9247B 3 Olive Tarts $ 16.90 70.0 9360L Undo's Vodka $19.10 80.0 9367B Ultimat Vdk $ 34.30 80.0 9370B U V Cake Vodka $ 9.90 60.0 9371B U V Blue Raspberry $ 9.90 60.0 9371D U V Blue Raspberry $ 14.45 60.0 9372B UV $ 9.90 80.0 9372D UV $ 14.45 80.0 9372L UV $ 10.60 80.0 9373B U V Grape Vdk $ 9.90 60.0 9374B U V Pink Lemonade $ 9.90 60.0 9375B U V Cherry $ 9.90 60.0 9376B U V 103 $ 4.00 103.0 9377B U V Coconut Vdk $ 2.45 60.0 9378B Ursus Punch $ 2.80 60.0 9380B Uv Sweet Green Tea $ 2.45 60.0 9381B Ursus Blue Raspberry $ 3.15 80.0 9382B Ursus Original $ 4.20 80.0 9383B U V Whipped Vodka $ 9.90 60.0 9384B U V Chocolate Cake VDK $ 9.90 60.0 9385B Vampyre Red $ 6.20 80.0 9386B U V Candy Bar $ 9.90 60.0 9387B U V Salty Watermelon $ 9.90 60.0 9428B Vesica Vodka $ 7.10 80.0 9428D Vesica Vodka $ 20.55 80.0 9445B Van Gogh Acia Blueberry $ 16.00 70.0 9446B Van Gogh Dutch Caramel $ 5.70 70.0 9447B Van Gogh Dutch Chocolate $ 16.00 70.0 9448B Van Gogh Double Espresso $ 16.00 70.0 9449B Van Gogh Espresso VDK $ 16.00 70.0 9450D Vikingfjord $ 17.95 80.0 9451L Van Gogh Blue $ 22.20 80.0 9456B Van Gogh Vodka $ 14.30 80.0 9456D Van Gogh $ 18.35 80.0 9457B Van Gogh Pineapple VDK $ 16.00 70.0 9738B Zodiac $ 9.20 80.0 9461L Van Gogh Wild Appel $ 20.20 70.0 9463B Van Gogh Vanilla VDK $ 16.00 70.0 9467B Voli Vodka Lyte $ 21.30 60.0 9472B Vox $ 17.60 80.0 9472D Vox $ 33.45 80.0 9472L Vox $ 22.00 80.0 9488L Wasabe Brand Sake Vodka $ 8.25 70.0 9505B Watershed Distillery Vodka $ 22.00 80.0 9521B Wave Blue Raspberry Vodka $ 5.40 60.0 9522B Wave Pink Lemonade Vodka $ 5.40 60.0 9523B Wave Whipped Cream Vodka $ 5.40 60.0 9532D Well Vodka $ 12.90 88.0 9532L Well Vodka $ 7.60 88.0 9565B White Diamond $ 4.20 80.0 9672B Cincinnati Micro-Vodka $ 18.65 80.0 9673B Cincinnati Vodka 100 $ 32.10 100.0 9732B Zubrowka Bison Vodka $ 16.90 80.0 9738B Zodiac $ 18.65 80.0 9695B Yacht Club Vodka $ 25.60 80.0 Cordial 0017B Achaia Clauss Ouzo 0029B Absente Liqueur 0041B Di Saronno Amaretto 0041L Di Saronno Amaretto 0053B Amaretto Gozio 0071B Amarito Amaretto 0124B Root 0125B Snap 0381B Avion Espresso 0549B Barenjager Honey & Bourbon 0551B Paramount Rock & Rye 0552B Barenjager Honey Liqueur 0557D Barton Long Island Ice Tea 0557L Barton Long Island Ice Tea 0565B Benedictine D.O.M. 0580L Paramount Sloe Gin 0583L Dek Sloe Gin Cordial 0600B B & B D O M Cordial 0608B Drambuie 0662B Dek Creme De Caca0 Dark 0664B Dek Creme De Menthe Green 0666B Dek Creme De Cacao White 0672B Paramount Crem D Men White 0673B Paramount Crm D Cacao Dark 0674B Paramount Anisette 0675B Paramount Crem D Men Green 0691B Dek Creme De Menthe White 0701B Paramount Crm D Cacao Whit 0705B Getreide Kummel 0707B Campari Aperitivo Italy 0717B Paramount Triple Sec 0717D Paramount Triple Sec 0717L Paramount Triple Sec 0721B Southern Comfort 0724B Bols Creme De Menthe Green 0798B Becherovka 0881B Pernod Anis –France 0887B Tia Maria Coffee 0893B Kahlua Coffee 0893D Kahlua Coffee 0893L Kahlua Coffee

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Ohio Wholesale Price List 0910B Black Duck Cranberry $ 16.00 43.0 0948B Blackmaker Rootbeer $ 16.90 70.0 0993B Bols Amaretto Liqueur $ 12.10 56.0 1023B Bols Creme De Cacao Brown $ 12.10 50.0 1166B Bols Blackberry Liqueur $ 12.10 70.0 1199B Bols Orange Curacao $ 12.10 60.0 1188B Bols Blue Curacao $ 12.10 48.0 1501B Buckeye Raspberry Liquor $ 16.50 50.0 1504B Buckeye Blackberry Liquor $ 15.70 50.0 1637E Grand Marnier Rouge $ 10.30 80.0 1783B Caravella Limoncello Orig $ 16.90 64.0 1784B Caravella Orangecello $ 16.90 60.0 1815B Casoni Lemoncello $ 22.00 62.0 1840B Catdaddy Carolina Moonshine $ 12.50 80.0 1851B Cedilla Liqueur De Acai $ 30.00 50.0 1853B Celtic Crossing Liqueur $ 19.65 60.0 1855B Chambord Royale Cord $ 29.85 46.0 1914B Chartreuse Green $ 52.10 110.0 2045B Cinerator $13.40 91.1 2097B Grand Marnier Cherry $ 30.00 80.0 2098B Grand Marn Cordon Rouge $ 30.40 80.0 2098D Grand Marn Cordon Rouge $ 72.90 80.0 2098L Grand Marn Cordon Rouge $ 43.90 80.0 2101B Galliano L'autentico $ 25.60 84.6 2108B Irish Mist $ 21.55 70.0 2235B Combier D'Orange $ 22.00 80.0 2274B Copa De Oro Mex Coffee Liq $ 8.80 48.0 2405B Licor 43 $ 16.85 62.0 2405L Licor 43 $ 21.10 62.0 2455B Cupcake Chiffon Vdk $ 5.75 70.0 2503B Danny Devitos Limoncello $ 7.15 60.0 2504B Dancing Tree Coffee Liqueur $ 29.90 50.0 2528B Dek Blue Curacao Cordial $ 11.45 54.0 2529B Dek Creme De Banana Cord $ 11.45 56.0 2566B Dek Creme De Almond Cord $ 10.55 56.0 2605B Dek Hazelnut Cord $ 11.45 56.0 2613L Dek Orange Curacao Cordial $ 12.30 60.0 2614B Dek Peach Brandy $ 3.20 70.0 2624B Dek Triple Sec Cord $ 7.45 48.0 2624L Dek Triple Sec Cord $ 7.90 48.0 2644B Dek 03 Orange $ 20.20 48.0 2645B Dek Melon Cordial $ 10.55 46.0 2649B Dek Wild Strawberry Cordial $ 11.45 45.0 2652B Romana Black $ 15.30 80.0 2690B Cointreau Liqueur $ 30.40 80.0 2690L Cointreau Liqueur $ 42.00 80.0 2691B Cointreau Noir $ 18.95 80.0 2705B Domaine De Canton Ginger $ 26.35 56.0 2788B Drambuie 15 Year $ 51.80 86.0 2797B Grand Marnier Cherry $ 36.50 80.0 2852B Dumante Verdenoce $ 26.65 56.0 2890L Early Times Mint Julef $ 11.40 60.0 2944B Evan Williams Cherry Resv $ 9.90 70.0 2950B Evan Williams Honey Resv $ 9.90 70.0 2960B Evan Williams Cinnamon RSV $ 9.90 70.0 2978B Fernet Branca $ 23.00 78.0 2994B Fabrizia Limoncello $ 15.15 54.0 3024B Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey $ 16.00 66.0 3024D Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey $ 29.85 66.0 3077B Fragoli Liqueur W/Strawbry $ 33.25 48.0 3092B Amaretto Di Amore $ 9.00 45.0 3093B Gantous & Abouraad $ 16.00 100.0 3602B Glaros Ouzo $ 10.60 90.0 3630B Glengoyne 10 $ 39.60 86.0 3821B Grangala Triple Orange $ 20.85 80.0 3851B Grand Marnier Centcinquant $187.60 80.0 3852B Grand Marnier Cuvee Centnr $116.90 80.0 3857B Grand Marnier Rasp-Peach $ 34.80 80.0 3860B Grand Muriel Orange Liquer $ 19.15 80.0 3860D Grand Muriel Orange Liquer $ 41.45 80.0 3860L Grand Muriel Orange Liquer $ 23.05 80.0 3864B Grande Absente $ 33.60 138.0 3902B Green Moon $ 5.50 90.0 4000B Harlem Liqueur $ 3.20 80.0 4003B Harlequin $ 16.90 80.0 3602B Glaros Ouzo $ 10.60 90.0 4914B Isle Of Jura Superstition $ 43.05 86.0 5054B Jagermeister $ 20.35 70.0 5054D Jagermeister $ 42.40 70.0 5054L Jagermeister $ 25.45 70.0 5055B Jagermeister Shot Cooler $122.00 70.0 5105B Jeremiah Weed Liqueur $ 10.95 100.0 5251L Juarez Triple Sec $ 6.95 60.0 5254L Juarez Gold Dss $ 7.95 80.0 5303B Kahlua Especial Coffee $ 18.65 70.0 5306B Kahlua Midnight $ 21.25 70.0 5315B Kamora Coffee Lqr $ 12.55 53.0 5529B Liquore Strega $ 18.65 5558B Lazzaroni Infinito Liq $ 18.65 48.0 5559B Lazzaroni Amaretto Liquer $ 18.65 48.0 5560B Lazzaroni Maraschio Liq $ 18.65 48.0 5566B Leblon Cachaca $ 25.60 80.0 5571B Le Tourment Vert $ 7.75 100.0 5933B Limoncello Di Capri $14.40 64.0 6000B Lucid Absinthe $ 51.80 124.0 6006B Luxardo Marschino $ 29.35 80.0 6011B Luxardo Amaretto $ 24.20 54.0 6106L Margaritavill Calypso Coco $ 14.00 50.0 6116L Margaritavill Passion Fruit $ 14.00 50.0 6334B Mata Hari Absinthe Bohemia $ 34.30 120.0 6567B Metaxa Ouzo Greece $ 16.00 80.0 6705L Nassau Royale $ 6.50 67.0 6708B Navan 80 $ 12.20 80.0 6720L N Y Long Island Iced Tea $ 7.55 65.0 6734B 99 Apples $ 13.40 99.0 6735B 99 Bananas $ 13.40 99.0 6736B 99 Grapes $ 8.60 99.0 6739B 99 Peaches $ 13.40 99.0 7713B Number 12 Ouzo $ 16.05 86.0 7715B Nv La Fee Absinthe Verte $ 21.25 76.0 7717B Nuvo Lemon Sorbet $ 28.10 50.0 7723B Pallini Limoncello $ 21.40 52.0 7724B Pallini Limoncello Gift $ 21.40 52.0 7729B Paramount Amaretto $ 6.45 50.0 7729D Paramount Amaretto $ 15.15 50.0 7729L Paramount Amaretto $ 8.20 50.0 7735B Paramount Creme De Banana $ 7.15 50.0 7824L Paramount Sour Apple $ 7.95 43.0 7870D Para Long Islnd Ice Tea $ 13.55 72.5 7870L Para Long Islnd Ice Tea $ 7.50 72.5 7901B Paramount Melon $ 2.45 44.0 7981B Patron Citronge $ 21.25 80.0 7986B Patron X O Cafe $ 23.85 70.0 7986D Patron X O Cafe $ 46.75 70.0 8072B Pernod D'Absinthe $ 56.15 136.0 8228B Pimms Cup #1 Gin Sling Eng $ 14.25 80.0 8249L Pitu Cachaca $ 13.25 80.0 8282B Plomari Quzo $ 15.60 84.0 8302B Prichards Sweet Lucy Bbn $ 23.90 70.0 8305B Prichards Lincoln Cty Ligh $ 16.00 90.0 8324L Punch Abruzzo $ 31.80 90.0 8639B Sabroso Di Cafe Coffee Liq $ 7.30 48.0 8670B Sambuca Di Amore $ 11.65 84.0 8673B Sambuca Romana $ 20.90 84.0 8852L Schwartzhog Krauter Liquer $ 16.75 73.4 8892B Schwartzhog Krauter Liquer $ 31.30 60.0 9055B Southern Comfort Blk Cherr $ 14.95 70.0

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9056B Southern Comfort & Lime $ 10.25 55.0 9061B Southern Comfort Traveler $ 14.95 70.0 9078B Solerno Blood Orange $29.35 80.0 9082B So co Fiery Pepper $ 6.50 70.0 9146b Sweet Revenge Liqueur $ 16.90 77.0 9214B Thunder 101 Peppermt Schnp $ 10.75 101.0 9311B Tuaca Demi Sec $ 23.70 70.0 9354B Ty Ku Super Premium Soju $ 9.95 48.0 9362B Twenty Grand $ 25.60 80.0 9410B Veev Acai Liqueur $ 25.60 60.0 9630B Wild Turkey American Honey $ 18.40 71.0 9630D Wild Turkey American Honey $ 31.05 71.0 9630L Wild Turkey American Honey $ 23.70 71.0 9659B Woodstock Hot Licks $ 14.25 70.0 9707B Yokaichi Mugi $ 19.20 50.0 9733B Zwack $ 19.65 80.0 Schnapps 0010B After Shock Cinnamon $ 17.85 80.0 0676B Arrow Peppermint $ 8.15 54.0 0681L Dek Peppermint Snp $ 12.30 60.0 0697D Paramount Peppermint Snp $ 15.15 50.0 0697L Paramount Peppermint $ 9.75 50.0 0917B Black Haus Blackberry Snp $ 21.05 80.0 0917L Black Haus Blackberry Snp $ 26.80 80.0 1130B Bols Gold Strike Cinnamon Snp $ 16.05 100.0 2588L Dek Hot Damn Snp $ 12.30 48.0 2619B Dek Peppermnt 100 $ 11.20 100.0 2620L Dek Peachtree Schnapp $ 12.30 43.0 2625B Dek Old Tavern Rootbeer $ 3.00 45.0 2776B Dr Mcgillicuddys Vanilla $ 4.20 48.0 2782B Dr Mcgillicuddys Mentholmt $ 10.80 48.0 3017B Firewater Hot Cinamon Shnp $ 16.90 100.0 3017L Firewater Hot Cinamon Shnp $ 21.95 100.0 3709B Goldschlager Cinnamon Shnp $ 21.05 87.0 3709L Goldschlager Cinnamon Shnp $ 26.80 87.0 3736B 99 Blackberries $ 13.40 99.0 3737B 99 Black Cherries $ 13.40 99.0 4863B Ice 101 Peppermint Schnapp $ 16.90 101.0 4870B Il Tramonto $ 15.50 60.0 5922B Lightning 101 Cinnamon $ 10.75 101.0 6006B Luxardo Maraschino $ 25.40 80.0 6009B Luxardo Triplum $ 26.30 78.0 6011B Luxardo Amareto $ 20.65 54.0 6335B Masteron's Straight Rye $ 55.85 90.0 6735B 99 Bananas $ 13.40 99.0 7762L Paramount Butterscotch Shnapp $ 8.40 44.0 7862B Paramount Peach Sch $ 9.30 44.0 7862L Paramount Peach Sch $ 10.00 44.0 8263B Pisco Porton $ 34.35 86.0 8298B Portside White Rum $ 25.00 80.0 8632B Rumple Minze Berry $ 4.45 100.0 8633B Rumple Minze Pepmt $ 21.05 100.0 8633L Rumple Minze Pepmt $ 26.80 100.0 8975B Sinfire $ 15.15 70.0 9054B Southern Comfort 100 $ 18.40 100.0 9082B So Co Fiery Pepper $ 8.40 70.0 9727B Yukon Jack $ 14.75 100.0 9727D Yukon Jack $ 26.15 100.0 9727L Yukon Jack $ 20.85 100.0 Canadian 0076B Seagrams V O 6 Yr 0076D Seagrams V O 6 Yr 0076L Seagrams V O 6 Yr 0169D Lord Calvert 3 Yr 0170B Mc Masters 3 Yr 0170D Mc Masters 3 Yr 0170L Mc Masters 3 Yr 0174B Canadian Mist Cndn 0174D Canadian Mist Cndn 0174L Canadian Mist Cndn 0175D Macnaughton Cndn 3Yr 0176B Canadian Club 6 Yr 0176D Canadian Club 6 Yr 0176E Canadian Club 6 Yr 0176L Canadian Club 6 Yr 0189B Black Velvet Cndn 3 Yr 0189D Black Velvet Cndn 3 Yr 0189E Black Velvet Cndn 3 Yr 0189L Black Velvet Cndn 3 Yr 0909B Black Velvet Traveler 3 Yr 0920B Black Velvet Reserve Cndn 8Yr 0920D Black Velvet Reserve Cndn 8Yr 1570B Cabin Fever Maple Flv Whsk 1627E Crown Royal 200Ml 1704D Canadian Bay Whsky 1704L Canadian Bay Whsky 1716B Canada House Cndn Whiskey 3Yr 1716D Canada House Cndn Whiskey 3Yr 1725B Canadian Club Reserve 10 Yr 1729B Canadian Club Traveler 6 Yr 1730D Canadian Gold 4 Yr 1730L Canadian Gold 4 Yr 1731B Canadian Club Shry Cask 8Yr 1733B Canadian Hunter Traveler 3Yr 1733D Canadian Hunter 1735D Canadian Ltd 3 Yr 1735L Canadian Ltd 3 Yr 1748B Canadian Mist Trvlr 2055B Canadian Club Classic 12Yr 2389B Crown Royal Black 2391B Crown Royal Cask #16 2393B Crown Royal Extra Rare $114.15 2397B Crown Royal Reserve 3071B Forty Creek Barrel Select 4041D Harwood $ 14.45 4041L Harwood $ 8.45 4699D Northern Light 3 Yr 4699L Northern Light 3 Yr 5073D James Foxe 7726D Paramount Canadian 8050B Pendleton Canadian 8051B Pendleton Rye 1910 8431B Rich & Rare 8431D Rich & Rare $ 14.05 8894B Crown Royal 8894D Crown Royal 8894E Crown Royal 8894L Crown Royal 8922B V O Gold 8 Yr 8923B Seagrams V O Cndn Trv 6 Yr $ 7.50 9084B Spicebox Cndn Spiced Whsky 9648B Windsor Supreme Traveler 3Yr 9652B Windsor Supreme 3 Yr 9652D Windsor Supreme 3 Yr $ 17.15 9652L Windsor Supreme 3 Yr $ 10.95

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Violations&Penalties For the Record LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION VIOLATIONS & PENALTIES (Orders Issued June 2013) AKRON: Naron LLC DBA: The Vortex Concert Club and Lounge: Alcoholic beverages held or offered for sale were not maintained in potable condition. Did allow beer which was sold for consumption in permit premises to be removed. $300.00 or 3 days. Two Brothers Entertainment INC DBA: The Big Fish: did allow intoxicating liquor to be sold between the hours of 2:30A.M. and 5:30 A.M. $400.00 or 4 days. Miss Dells LLC DBA: Miss Dells & Patio did allow beer or intoxicating liquor which was sold for consumption in and upon the permit premises to be removed from permit premises. $300.00 or 3 days. ALLIANCE: Foe Alliance Goodwill Aerie No 2174 INC. Did sell intoxicating liquor to a person who was not then and there a member of the organization. $200.00 or 2 days BEAVERCREEK: BL Restaurant Operations LLC DBA: Bar Louie: Did sell beer upon the permit premises to a confidential informant who was under the age of 21. $750.00 or 6 days. BOWLING GREEN: MADD Jake Ventures LLC DBA: Beacketts: Did sell beer upon the permit premises to a confidential informant who was under the age of 21. $5,000.00 or revoked. Victor Manuel Jimenez DBA: www.ohiobeveragemonthly.com

Casa Fiesta: Did allow a person under the age of 18 to handle/ sell an open container of beer/ intoxicating liquor 1,800.00 or 12 days. BUFFALO VFW Post8040 Valley Township: Control or operate a gambling device. $400.00 or 4 days. CLEVES: SICO LLC DBA: No Worries: Did pay for fees with a check that is not honored by the permit holder’s bank. In violation, No Penalty Imposed CLEVELAND: EJ Tavern INC DBA: Romeos: did willfully allow improper conduct to wit: nudity.$400.00 or 4 days. 13101 Shaker LLC DBA?: Grotto Wine bar: Did pay for fees with a check that is not honored by the permit holder’s bank. In violation, No Penalty Imposed CINCINNATI: Breunigs Entertainment INC: Did sell intoxicating liquor to a confidential informant who was there and there under 21 years of age.$2,500.00 or 10 days. CIRCLEVILLE: AL Post0134 Hall ADKINS : Did sell intoxicating liquor to a person who was then and there not a member of the organization. $200.00 or 2 days. COLUMBUS: Quezadiaz INC: Did sale or transfer of alcoholic beverages to another permit holder. $750.00 or 3 days. M&M Drake Investments LTD DBA: Hamiltons Pub: did sell a D2 product, in and upon the permit premises when you do not have a D2 permit authorizing D2 products on the permit premises $300.00 or 3 days.

ODN INC DBA: Juanitas: Permit premises were in an insanitary condition. Alcoholic beverages held or offered for sale were not maintained in a potable condition. $300.00 or 3 days. N A P Venture Partners LLC: Did keep alcoholic beverages in and upon the permit premises in the original container that had be refilled. $500.00 or 5 days. Flint Ventures LTD: Did allow improper conduct upon permit premises. $400.00 or 4 days. Dougs Lounge INC DBA: Dougs Highway 2: permit premises were in an insanitary condition $500.00 or 5 dyas. Red Zone 12 LLC: Did sell intoxicating liquor to a person who was then and there under 21. $750.00 or 6 days. Large Bar 2159 LLC Did allow use of a gift certificate for beer or intoxicating liquor exceeding legal percentage in and upon the permit premises. $300.00 or 3 days. 165 West Vine LLC DBA: Lodge Bar Patios & Deck: Did allow intoxicating liquor to be consumed/ delivered between the hours of 2:30 A.M. and 5:30 A.M. In violation, no penalty imposed. Cazuela Grill Authentic Mexican Cuisine INC: Did sale or transfer of alcoholic beverages to another permit holder. $500.00 or 5 days El Condor Imports LTD DBA: Fiesta Paradise Did keep alcoholic beverages in and upon the permit premises in the original container that Ohio Beverage MONTHLY JULY 2013 65


Violations& Penalties had be refilled. $300.00 or 3 days JCLK Holdings INC : Did purchase intoxicating liquor from someone other than a Class A and/or Class B permit holder. $300.00 or 3 days. Did fail to post a copy of the commission suspension order over your liquor permit during the effective period of the suspension. $600.00 or 3 days Big Dog Pubs INC: Alcoholic beverages held or offered for sale were not maintained in a portable condition. $300.00 or 3 days. Balcon INC DBA: U A Pub: Alcoholic beverages held or offered for sale were not maintained in a portable condition. $300.00 or 3 days COLUMBUS DUBLIN: Jalapa LLC DBA: Azteca Grill: Did display advertisement bearing name/brand name, trade-mark. $200.00 or 2 days. FINDLAY: Tapphouse Findlay LLC: Did give away beer, did sell beer to persons under 21. 1,500.00 or revoked HURON: Daniel A Decker DBA: Sunset Grill: Did hinder an employee of the Division of Liquor Control from making an investigation, did sell intoxicating liquor to person under the age of 21. $1,800.00 or 12 days. LORAIN: Casher INC DBA: Mutt & Jeffs 1st fl & Bsmt & Deck: Did fail to display your permit in a conspicuous place on the licensed premises $200.00 or 2 days. MANSFIELD: Kathleen Oleary did allow intoxicating liquor to be sold between the hours of 2:30A.M. and 5:30 A.M. 66 Ohio Beverage MONTHLY JULY 2013

$300.00 or 3 days MARION: Tinks Rock House LLC DBA: Tinks Rock House: : Did purchase intoxicating liquor from someone other than a Class A and/or Class B permit holder. $300.00 or 3 days Donald F Bingman DBA: Towne House Tavern: Did sell intoxicating liquor to a confidential informant who was there and there under 21 years of age. $1,500.00 or 6 days. NORTHWOOD: K &D Venue LLC DBA: The Venue Units 7-10 & Patio Did pay for fees with a check that is not honored by the permit holder’s bank. $200.00 or 2 days NORWOOD: On The Edge INC DBA: Edge Inn Tavern 1st fl & bsmt & Walk In Cooler & Patio sell intoxicating liquor to a confidential informant who was there and there under 21 years of age. $750.00 or 6 days. SPRINGDALE: Bistros Of Ohio & Kentucky INC DBA: TGI Fridays: Did sell intoxicating liquor to a confidential informant who was there and there under 21 years of age. $2,500.00 or 10 days. STEUBENVILLE: House LLC DBA: House Eastside Only: intoxicating liquor to under the age of 21. or 3 days.

Franks Franks Did sell persons $450.00

TOLEDO: Direct Collection Services LLC DBA: Onyx Cabaret: Did allow others to solicit dances/cash on permit premises, did allow improper conduct , did solicit others/allow others to solicit, improper conduct to wit

engage in sexual activity, illegal raffle. $25,000.00 or revoked Angel Gonzales LLC DBA: Mi Hacienda & Patio: Did store or keep pre-mixed alcoholic beverages in a container without labeling the dispenser with the brand and percentage of each used. In violation, no penalty imposed Madison Bistro of Toledo LLC DBA: Madison Bistro Did keep/ offered for sale alcoholic beverages upon the permit premises in original container that had be refilled. $200.00 or 2 days Ottawa Tavern INC DBA: Ottawa Tavern & Patio Did allow intoxicating liquor to be consumed between the hours of 2:30 A.M. and 5:30 A.M. $300 or 3 days TORONTO: Michelle Miller DBA: Shooters Bar & Grill Did allow intoxicating liquor to be consumed/ delivered between the hours of 2:30 A.M. and 5:30 A.M. $300.00 or 3 days WADSWORTH: Tamarkin Company DBA: Wadsworth Giant Eagle Did sell intoxicating liquor to a confidential informant who was there and there under 21 years of age. 1,800.00 or 12 days. WARREN: Happywood LLC Did allow intoxicating liquor to be consumed between the hours of 2:30 A.M. and 5:30 A.M. $750.00 or revoked Francis Anthony Aulizia Lodge 2744 Grand Lodge Of : Did sell intoxicating liquor to a person who was not then and there a member of the organization. $300.00 or 3 days. www.ohiobeveragemonthly.com


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