- Warm and spicy and slightly sweetened with a touch of peppermint, not sugar. In addition to cinnamon and peppermint expect notes of clove and honeysuckle.
Mint No. 9
- Made of a menagerie of mint varieties and pleasing ingredients like wintergreen, peppermint, sweet fennel, juniper, and several other natural oils.
Single Malt No. 16
- Fourteen-year-old Islay scotch whisky imbued with notes of oak tannins, peat, almond, and vanilla.
Bourbon No. 9
- Steeped in six-year-old cask strength Kentucky straight bourbon. Expect notes of oak, leather, caramel, and almond and hints of fruit once this toothpick is warmed up.
Whether it’s Single Malt or Bourbon there is one thing to know about whiskey. The dominant tasting note for both these spirits comes from the oak barrels they are aged in. If at first glance, the toothpicks taste a lot like wood don’t be surprised - that’s the oak barrel leading the charge.