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Who was that masked man? Colin poses for a socially distant photo in the parking lot at Santa Fe Spirits distillery.
In this COVID-19 world it's nice to have something positive in my in-box, and it's really nice to be reminded that, even though all we're producing right now is hand sanitizer, Santa Fe Spirits is foremost a whiskey distillery! This article from Business Insider was a most welcome addition to the Monday morning emails.
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As usual, Santa Fe Spirits is in good company! Maxim's list of American Single Malts gave an honorable mention to Apple Brandy Finished Colkegan, calling it "as smooth as your favorite Speyside."
Do you have an idea for something you want to create out of an old Colkegan barrel? Now could be your chance! We have twelve 2L barrels at the distillery that are in no condition to go into our barrel aging kits, so we’re going to see what else they can become.
"The preeminent artisan distillery in New Mexico — and possibly in the entire Southwest — is Santa Fe Spirits... The distilling team crafts a range of traditional spirits like vodka, gin, and whiskey — but for an unexpected gift, seek out some of the more distinctive, creative concoctions."
"American single malt whiskey sits squarely in the shadow of two behemoths: bourbon, a.k.a. America’s native spirit; and Scotch, an institution that has monopolized the single malt category for centuries.As such, forging a path in the category has proved challenging for American distillers, which are competing not only with Scotch, but with single malts from Japan, India, Taiwan, and New Zealand."
"Publishers Stephanie and Walt Cameron are sharing some of their favorite finds around New Mexico in edible’s newest department, Eight Around the State. For this issue, they searched for distilleries with great craft cocktails. The craft cocktail movement has slowly made its way into New Mexico and the distilleries are leading the way. Every batch of spirit and every cocktail these distilleries are making is truly artisanal and created by hand with love."
You just never know where we'll turn up next: Rocky Mountain Bride thought Atapino would make a great groomsman's gift (page 22). We have to agree. Though we think it would be equally good for a bridesmaid's gift, a father of the bride gift, mother of the bride gift, wedding photographer gift... Honestly, the bride should have some just for herself!
USA Today 10Best travel guides scour the country to find the 10 best in myriad categories.
Ellise Pierce gives a quick pick of things to try in Santa Fe in the October 2019 issue of Cowboys & Indians, and Santa Fe Spirits made the list!
Crafted in Hotel Chaco continues to garner press as a hot new place to go in Albuquerque, as it should! A bar that focuses on New Mexico wine, beer and spirits is a great way for a local hotel to showcase some of what New Mexico has to offer. The latest article, in the Albuquerque Journal, quotes Daniel Gutierrez, head of Crafted’s wine and spirits program, saying that Wheeler's Gin is "the most distinct New Mexican spirit that we have." That's what we strive for in our Wheeler's Gin, so we're happy to hear that!
"Wine and spirits connoisseurs can sample local favorites at a new tasting room in the Sawmill District.Business First toured Crafted, a new 841-square-foot tasting room at Heritage Hotels & Resorts' Hotel Chaco in Old Town. The tasting room features wines and spirits from across the state, artwork by local artist Jodie Herrera and indoor and outdoor seating. The tasting room will be open daily from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m."
"Tap Into Craft and help resolve hunger.Marble Brewery, Lescombes Family Vineyards and Santa Fe Spirits are teaming up for the second year for the Tap Into Craft, which benefits Roadrunner Food Bank. The effort will run through September."
Clay Risen sets out to answer the question where is American whiskey today? And is regionalization the future—or is it already here? taking a look at the American craft whiskey scene ten years after the insurgence of the spirit.