Black Button Buffalo Liquor Tasting on October 21 2016

Get ready for another special liquor tasting at Gates Circle Wine & Liquor, in Buffalo, New York. Try out this local distiller on Friday, October 21, 2016.

About The Distiller:

The Black Button Distillery is a local distiller based in Rochester, New York. The distiller pays homage to the owner’s grandfather where real men worked hard and drank real pot-distilled whiskey. Breaking the tradition of manufacturing fine buttons for men’s suits, he  decided to follow his own path and went into the business of creating whiskey. Their small batch, grain to glass spirits are iconic of American tradition and are full of pure heart.

About the Spirits:

Black Button Bespoke Bourbon Cream Liquor is a mixture of fresh local cream from the heart of western New York, select batches of hand-finished bourbon, and just a hint of caramel. The result was fine enough to win the distillery a silver medal at the Spirits of the Americas Competition in the year it was launched.

Gin and juniper go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Black Button Citrus Gin offers subtle hints of juniper with an orange zest overtone that brings a fresh new twist to this old classic. Whether it’s in a Tom Collins, Gin & Tonic, or Gimlet, Black Button Gin will have you pondering just what else Gin can do. It’s a Gin that both experienced Gin drinkers and newcomers can enjoy.

Black Button Four Grain Bourbon is 60% Corn, 20% Wheat, 9% Rye, 11% Malted Barley, and 100% New York state grown and distilled. Experience the product that will capture your heart! Perfect for a Manhattan, an Old Fashioned, or just on the rocks. So sit back, relax and try the new definition of quality American Bourbon.

Black Button Collaboration Whiskey is made from hand-selected bottles of the finest whiskeys from Black Button Distilling and The O’Begley Distillery. Chosen by their respective head distillers, the whiskeys were blended together in wooden casks and set to age together until the ideal marriage of flavors is reached.

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