Featured Liquors


1. Zaya 12-Year Aged Rum

A nose of toasted vanilla with backnotes of sugar and spice make this deep amber rum a nice holiday choice. The flavor is strong on the palate, with muted characteristics of cocoa, vanilla, and nutmeg. The aging process makes Zaya extraordinarily smooth, best served neat at room temperature in a snifter—although it plays well in a mixed cocktail. Try it with savory beef or pork dishes, or served neat alongside dessert.


2. Licor 43

Licor 43, also known as L43, is a Spanish liqueur with a history dating back to Roman times. Containing a secret blend of herbs, fruits, and citrus, this unique concoction is particularly enjoyable in martinis or as a digestif, although it's excellent alongside a meal. The predominant flavors are vanilla and citrus, and the liqueur exhibits a bright yellow-orange color for a brilliant glow. Enjoy it neat or on the rocks, mixed with a splash of heavy cream and coffee, or blended with a good spiced rum. At The Redhead Piano Bar, enjoy L43 in the signature Redhead Martini.


3. Larceny Bourbon

Though distilled in Kentucky, Larceny is made with one-third more wheat than traditional bourbons. The result is a bourbon with a smoother-than-usual finish. Aromas of fresh bread and toffee make for a tantalizing bouquet, while flavors of buttery caramel and honey offer a rich mouthfeel. The finish is long and smooth, with a gentle balance of sweet and savory. Larceny Bourbon works especially well in cocktails. (Try it over ice with an orange slice, a sprig of mint, and a dash of simple syrup.)