Balcones Distillery Baby Blue Corn Whiskey NV

$60

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Ratings on Delectable

Eric Urbani Delectable Pro

Interesting

Interesting

8.9

Rohit Topiwala Delectable Pro

Pretty amazing balance. Alcohol is there , but adds it add complexity that comes with blue corn. Great stuff.

Pretty amazing balance. Alcohol is there , but adds it add complexity that comes with blue corn. Great stuff.

9.2

tony collins Delectable Pro

Brand Ambassador Sottomarino Winery, Owner Tipsy Barrel

maybe it's the power of suggestion but I smell cornflower on top of that beautiful vanilla. warm baking spice and toast make it a dangerously easy drinker.

maybe it's the power of suggestion but I smell cornflower on top of that beautiful vanilla. warm baking spice and toast make it a dangerously easy drinker.

9.1

Lars Fasel Delectable Pro

Pre 8/5/14

Pre 8/5/14

9.4

Carolyn Herlihy

Unique whisky made from Atole, roasted blue corn meal. Smooth finish, slight nuttiness, best to be paired with delicious Texas BBQ, or California cuisine. (Or just fine on its own). Thanks @Amanda Thomas and @Tim Schroeder always a nice treat from TX

Unique whisky made from Atole, roasted blue corn meal. Smooth finish, slight nuttiness, best to be paired with delicious Texas BBQ, or California cuisine. (Or just fine on its own). Thanks @Amanda Thomas and @Tim Schroeder always a nice treat from TX

9.2

Johnathan T

Smooth and distinct taste

Smooth and distinct taste

8.2

Steve Ford

Balcones Baby Blue Whisky. Made in Waco, Texas from blue corn. A slight sweetness, great whisky!

Balcones Baby Blue Whisky. Made in Waco, Texas from blue corn. A slight sweetness, great whisky!

9.1

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-8PM

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.