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Griffin's Wharf 1773 Coffee Liqueur
After the rebels stormed Griffin's Wharf in Boston in 1773 to take part in what we now call the Boston Tea Party, coffee became the drink of patriots. Griffin's Wharf 1773 Coffee Liqueur takes its name from this historic place giving honor to the movement for liberty. This Coffee Liqueur is made with a blend of beans from Central and South America roasted at high temperatures in order to produce a full-bodied brew with smoky accents. We love the balance and complexity found in this tasty Coffee Liqueur with restrained sugar and bold coffee flavors.
Griffin's Wharf is made at the Stroudwater Distillery, a craft distiller in Maine. Griffin's Wharf 1773 Coffee Liqueur takes its name from this historic place giving honor to the movement for liberty.
Deep, dark mahogany color. The nose is filled with the scent of strong, dark roasted coffee with accents of molasses, brown sugar, allspice, and hints of dark chocolate. The palate echoes the nose delivering a rich but vibrant roasted coffee core with flanking notes of brown spice, cocoa, and burnt sugar. Medium-bodied with layers of coffee and cocoa with a bright dose of acidity giving perfect balance and making this Coffee Liqueur a pleasure to sip neat. Extremely versatile with countless hot and cold cocktail options. $24.99 –
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Griffin's Wharf 1773 Coffee Liqueur is extremely versatile with countless hot and cold cocktail options, as well as being a lovely when sipped neat.
Price: $ 24.99
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