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1512 Spirits Barbershop Rye

(75cl, 45.5%)

1512 Spirits Barbershop Rye

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1512 Barbershop Rye Bottling Note

1512 Spirits' Master Distiller, Salvatore P. Cimino, is also the Master Barber at the 1512 Barber Shop in San Francisco. Whether it's traditional craft spirits or a traditional straight razor shave, Salvatore is your man!

With over a century of distilling history behind them, The Cimino Family, originally from Palermo, have a fantastic story. There is even a link with between the distilling and the barber shop beyond that of timeless style and tradition; during the prohibition many barbers in the area were used as fronts for trading illicit liquor! These days, Sal can offer you a legal drink with your shave.

1512 Spirits' Barbershop Rye is crafted specifically to be enjoyed unaged using 100% rye and is bottled at 45.5%.

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1512 Spirits Barbershop Rye Reviews

Sorry but...

It's UNAGED - what were you expecting? It's going to be raw

20th August 2014


Sorry but...
I bought this with the excitment of making a crystal clear Manhattan. This tastes more like an un-aged tequila or rum. Very un palatable. No matter how many ways I mixed it with vermouths or bitters or even straight, I couldn't find a way to enjoy it. A crying shame...

21st January 2014

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