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  • 1. Nahmias et Fils

    A North Riverdale husband-and-wife duo serve up a fermented fig liquor unlike any other spirit. The fig drink, called mahia, is the national liqueur of Morocco and had been crafted for decades by the owner David Nahmias’ family in Morocco before he and his wife, Dorit, established Nahmias et Fils in Yonkers. If figs aren’t Read more...
  • 2. Heimat New York

    These seasonally bottled, handcrafted liqueurs are prepared with techniques and recipes passed down by owner Ute Londrigan’s German grandmother. Flavors made using whole New York State fruits (not fruit juice), such as rhubarb, white peach, blackberry, raspberry, cranberry, and Bosc pear, enliven whiskey, Prosecco, gin, cider, seltzer, sangria, and more.   Best of Westchester 2020 Read more...
    Previously known as Good Shepherd Distillery, Sound Shore Distillery continues to serve the same brandy, vodka, and single malt whiskey with redesigned packaging. The smooth flavors from Sound Shore spirits come from diligent distillation and filtration processes. For example, the Sound Shore Craft Vodka is distilled seven times and filtered 10 times.   Related: Your Read more...

    4. Current Spirits

    From the fertile and fermented minds at Captain Lawrence Brewery comes this brand-new speakeasy-style distillery situated right next door. Armed with a barrel-rested gin and oh-so-smooth vodka, as well as a core gin, core bourbon, and single-malt whiskey, the products on tap at this Elmsford offshoot have our spirits running particularly high.   Best of Read more...
  • There’s no better way to show your love for New York then by sipping on some apple-based gin, aperitif, and brandies. Founded by two Mamaroneck High School friends, this distillery serves fruit brandies made with apples and pears, gin crafted from NY apples, apple aperitif, and bourbon whiskey. And all of it is as mouth-watering Read more...