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Below are 1 through 11 of the 11 found. |Find-a-Spirit|

89 • Victory Vodka $19.99.
Clear. Creme Anglaise and faint mocha candy aromas follow through on a slick entry to a dryish medium body with peppery, creamy, wet river stone accented finish. A nice, smooth sturdy vodka. (tasted on Nov-21-2008)
88 • Feckin Irish Whiskey $19.99.
Bright golden amber color. pleasant aromas of walnut nougat, hay, orange spice cake, and dried heather follow through on a soft, silky entry to a dryish medium body with creamy cereal, honeyed nut, mossy river stone, salt flake, and peppercorn notes. Finishes with a pleasant vanilla cream, mineral dust, and oak spice fade. A nice sipper. (tasted on Nov-19-2008)
88 • Naked Jay Premium Smooth Vodka $17.99.
Clear. Polished mild aromas of talc and nougat follow through on a soft, silky entry to a dryish medium body with melted marshmallow and white pepper note. Finishes with a tingling, lightly creamy wet stone fade. A solid vodka. (tasted on Nov-26-2008)
87 • Giori Lemoncillo Liqueur $17.99.
Opaque hazy yellow green color. Soft aromas of candied lemon peel and lemon tea follow through on a soft, silky entry to a sweet and fruity light-to-medium body with custard and peppery spice notes. Finishes with a sweet lemon-honey lozenge, rock candy, and pepper dust fade. (tasted on Nov-21-2008)
85 • Phillips Union Whiskey $19.99.
Bright amber color. White chocolate toffee, coconut macaroon, mint and spice aromas follow through on a supple oily entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with spice nuts, cola, and peppery spice notes. Finishes with a somewhat astringent nut oil and shell, vanilla cream, and graphite pencil fade. A pleasant whisky for cocktails. (tasted on Nov-19-2008)
84 • Margaritaville Tequila Gold $16.99.
Very pale golden amber color. Buttery caramel corn and spice pear sauce aromas follow through on a very soft, almost limp entry to a dryish light body with candy corn and party dough notes. Finishes with honey cream, roasted pineapple, and pepper fade reminiscent of baklava. Shines nicely on the finish. (tasted on Nov-21-2008)
83 • Margaritaville Last Mango Flavored Spirit $16.99.
Clear. Mango candy aromas follow through on a brisk, round entry to a fruity sweet medium body with mango sorbet and faint maraschino cherry notes. Finishes with a quick, tangy mineral accented fade. Usable candied mango flavor for mixing. (tasted on Nov-26-2008)
83 • Liberty Bell Liquor American Dark Rum $12.99/Liter.
Pale golden amber color. Mildly peppery aromas of toasted coconut and nougat follow through on a brisk entry to a dryish medium body with nutshell, vinyl, and earth notes. Finishes with a quick hot pepper and burnt marshmallow fade. (tasted on Nov-26-2008)
83 • Canadian LTD Blended Canadian Whiskey $9.99.
Deep golden amber color. Honey, grain husk, and raisin chutney aromas follow through on a mild entry with vanilla taffy, nutshell, and dusty tilled earth notes. Finishes with a quick caramel and pepper fade. (tasted on Nov-26-2008)
81 • Margaritaville Island Lime Flavored Spirit $16.99.
Clear. Lime pez and jello aromas follow through on a lightly syrupy entry to a mildly sweet light-to-medium body with a faint lime popsicle and grapefruit soda notes. Finishes with a lime air freshener fade. Very fake; maybe for jello shots? (tasted on Nov-26-2008)
80 • Liberty Bell Liquor American Dry Gin $9.99/Liter.
Clear Spicy aromas of cinnamon sticks, clove, anise frosting, and nutmeg are vaguely reminiscent of egg nog and follow through on a supple entry to a dryish medium body with dusty spice, wax paper wrapped cardamom spice cake, pepper and clove gum notes coming to the fore. Finishes with a touch of skim milk cardboard, and peppercorn heat. Somewhat strange and not very gin-like--where's the juniper? (tasted on Nov-19-2008)

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