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"Tasting notes:... Bill offers “athletic socks after a light workout.” I don’t know what he’s reading, but I’m just suggestible enough to get on board with that idea."
The Santa Fe Plaza. It’s central, historic, lively and lovely. It’s also just a minuscule portion of what Santa Fe has to offer. If you’re interested in broadening your Santa Fe experience a bit, the Santa Fe Railyard is a beguiling area to explore next. While the Plaza is bustling, a bit claustrophobic and maddeningly unplanned, the Railyard feels calm, airy, spacious and thoughtfully considered.
American single malt is on the rise, but with so much choice already available, where does a whisky lover start? From US-Scotch mashups to peated American malts, Jake Emen breaks out 10 exciting bottles to try now.
Englishman Colin Keegan embraces local ingredients to give his spirits a distinct Land of Enchantment taste.
The Lucky Seven Drinks
From single malts to Bourbon plus rye in a bottle, these free-wheeling Western whiskeys offer a taste of the great outdoors.
American distilleries are cranking out some seriously sophisticated single malt whiskies
Have you been to our downtown Santa Fe Tasting Room lately? Well, now is the TIME! Spring is upon us and our master mixologist and bar manager, James Reis has added some fresh and amazing new craft cocktails to the menu as well as reinstated the classic Sidecar featuring our Dry Apple Brandy!
Come and celebrate with Santa Fe Spirits at the distillery and many other vendors with wonderful Holiday wares. Live music, good food, excellent cocktails great company. Who could ask for more
We're having a party!
We're having a party and you're invited
Santa Fe Spirits expands to Japan
Most of the cyclists at this year's Outside Bike & Brew Festival are as serious about their finely crafted Colkegan Single Malt Whiskey, Wheeler’s Gin, and Expedition Vodka as they are about their Niner Jet9s, Devinci Spartans, and Colnago Arabesques.
Does anyone out there celebrate World Cocktail Day? Or World Whisky Day? Inane? Honored and respected? Crass commercialism? We can’t say we’d ever even heard of them before someone else brought them to our attention.