Aromas of freshly picked Fuji apple and a hint of oaky spice with waves of vanilla and ginger. The palate shows sweet ginger, caramel, oak, and a hint of peppery spice. Baking spices lead into the finish with a dose of cocoa powder and toffee.
They might say; "There are many choices, drink FEW." To which we'd have to reply; "Gladly, consider it done." But what or who is this FEW? FEW Spirits is a craft distillery located in Evanston, Illinois outside of Chicago (the birthplace of the temperance movement). Master Distiller Paul Hletko gave his brand a nod of that history in naming it FEW - as in, few distilleries survived prohibition. FEW Spirits blazed a new trail in the once dry county to become the first distillery opened in Evanston since prohibition. Dedicated to quality in all they do, "craft" just about describes every facet of FEW - from making the glass to the liquid inside, they pride themselves on doing it all, and doing it well. Every one of FEW Spirits' bottlings features a label depicting a scene from the Chicago World's Fair of 1892. Whiskies and gins and fun, oh my!