Philadelphia, PA - Art in the Age, Old City's unique sampling room, home bar supply as well as a bottle shop, has announced its latest spirit release, Shane Confectionery Cacao Whiskey, a small-batch malt whiskey available to you as long as supplies last from Art in the Age, beginning December 10.
Shane Confectionery Cacao Whiskey distilled at New Liberty Distillery in partnership with Shane Confectionery, the longest operating confectionery business in the United States, by combining New Liberty’s pot-distilled malted barley whiskey along with cacao nibs, resulting in a truly unique spirit.Along with a 45ABV, Shane Confectionery Cacao Whiskey is best-drunk neat, on the rocks or perhaps in simple cocktails. This specialized spirit is very limited and can only be obtained at Art in the Age for $44.99.
“Shane Confectionery the longest running confectionery business in the United States has been on Market Street in Philadelphia ever since 1863. The roots of New Liberty Distillery’s Kinsey Whiskey go as far back as the 1870s. Collectively, they’ve produced a malt whiskey which pays homage to their history while delivering a mouthwatering experience to Philadelphians” said Steven Grasse, Founder of Art in the Age and Quaker City Mercantile.
Customers may also delight in the limited-release whiskey in the Confectionery Cocoa Cocktail ($13), a self-indulgent spiked hot cocoa, courtesy of Art in the Age Mixologist Lee Noble – available to you beginning Monday, December 10 (while supplies last) at the Art in the Age Tasting Room. The Confectionery Cocoa blends Shane Confectionery Cacao Whiskey along with Thomas Jefferson’s Drinking Chocolate, cinnamon bitters and also natural vanilla extract for the ideal spiked hot chocolate during the winter months.