We carry a Full range of Top Shelf Branded Spirits
and also these Specials Brands
Vodka’s in Black Magic Bar
Diageo claims that Cîroc is distinguished from other vodkas by the fact that they derive it from grapes, rather than using corn, sorghum,rye, wheat, or potatoes. Since they distill the product at 96% and do not age it, it fulfills the qualities of a vodka.
The production method used for Cîroc vodka are “snap frost” grapes; Mauzac Blanc from the Gaillac region of France, and Ugni Blancfrom the Cognac region. The juice extracted from these grapes is fermented.
Although all vodkas are distilled, the manufacturers of Cîroc vodka emphasize that theirs is distilled five times. The first four distillations of the Ugni Blanc take place in stainless steel column stills; the Mauzac Blanc grapes are distilled in copper continuous stills. These are distilled as far as 96.5% and 93.5%, then blended together, with 95% being Ugni Blanc and 5% being Mauzac Blanc. The final distillation is performed in a traditional Armagnac style copper pot still.
Grey Goose Vodka
Grey Goose was originally created by Sidney Frank Importing Co (SFIC). Sidney Frank, founder/CEO of the company, developed the idea in the summer of 1996. The initial idea for Grey Goose was to develop a luxury vodka for the American marketplace, something Frank had been considering for a while when he came up with the name. The development of the product followed from this initial intent. After its launch in the American market, Grey Goose became very popular due to a “confluence of timing and trends” according to Seth Stevenson, in addition to guerilla marketing techniques. Grey Goose was made more expensive than other premium vodka brands in order to produce a better product and to create a “superpremium” category in the American liquor market.
SFIC partnered with cognac producer François Thibault (a French Maître de Chai, or, Cellar Master) in France in order to transition his stills from cognac to vodka production. The company purposely selected France due to the country’s culinary history and to differentiate itself from other vodkas produced in Eastern Europe. The water used to produce the vodka came from natural springs in France filtered through Champagne limestone, and made with locally produced French wheat. The company also developed its distinctive smoked glass bottle featuring French geese in flight, and delivered its product in wooden crates similar to wine
It is named after Belweder, the Polish presidential palace, whose illustration appears on its bottles. It is produced exclusively in Poland in the town of Żyrardów and has worldwide distribution. The brand was launched in the United States in 1996 as a “luxury” liquor and is widely regarded to be the worlds first ‘super premium vodka.
Gins in Black Magic Bar
Plymouth Sloe Gin