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Joe Legate

Vilya Spirits (formerly known as Ridge Distillery)

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We have been so busy, I haven't even had time to tease my good friends at WS.

Something big (for us) is happening and I'll leak the news here first...as soon as I possibly can. :secret2:

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Big time but I'm confident we WWS folk will know before the masses are told.

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My wife got me the Ridge Blanche for Christmas. Even though I had the Verte and she was inclined to get me something "new", she poked around and concluded it was the best available thatI had never ttried. I'm glad she did, it is quite good!

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Thank you!

 

Not THE big news I'm waiting to drop but we're still very excited to announce that we will be available (as our distributor said,) "imminently" in Georgia and South Carolina!

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Oooohhh I'm intrigued. Very much so. Can't wait to read what's on the horizon.

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It would probably mix nicely with your geritol. :laugh:

 

 

Seriously though, I'd like for it to be huckleberry mead.

Edited by Nathan (baubel)

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I was wondering about Absomphe's sig, too.

We're working on a new product line and the photo is a glass of the first completed project. That's all the tease news for now. :wave2:

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Well, I think we all new THAT, Joe. Give us a real tease since we figured that was a glass of this alleged "product line project". At least an ingredient or three? C'mon.

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Oh, Paul, stop. :)

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Man, I'm very happy, and need to update a review. I have a bottle of Ridge Verte from a very recent batch. My other 2 bottles were from the first couple batches. This has evolved so nicely...great work! I'm enjoying the balance more, and appreciate that kiss more of anise that's coming through. Its aroma is also fuller and more complex...rounder, perhaps. It shows you what folks can do when they are passionate, and care about their craft.

Edited by Scott M.

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A week after opening, this bottle has already rounded

and softened a bit. I like it a lot. I sadly won't be able to share this at the Catskills event in April, as I've decided it's all mine.

I will have to bring another bottle, or pick one up from Julie when I'm up there.

Edited by Scott M.

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