By James Atkinson

Cerbaco, the specialist importer of French products, has expanded its range to include several premium spirits from The Americas.

Cyrus Noble is a small-batch bourbon whiskey distilled in Kentucky and bottled in San Francisco. Made of 75 per cent corn, 17 per cent rye and 8 per cent malted barley, the whiskey is aged for a minimum of five years.

Also new is Tequila ArteNom, which presents aficionados with the personal selections of artisan tequila distillers. 

“These distinctive, limited release selecciones are carefully chosen to reflect the best of tequila craftsmanship by highlighting agave altitude, soil, harvest and unique distillation technique,” Cerbaco said.

The distributor has also added Don Amado Mezcal and Mina Real Mezcal, both from the Southern Mexico state of Oaxaca, as well as Fuenteseca Reserva, a unique range of vintage tequila from nine to 18 years old.

Finally, Henri Vallet Bitters adds to Cerbaco’s core range of French products.

As reported by TheShout, Cerbaco sells its full range online through Dan Murphy’s Connections, the retailer’s new ‘drop ship’ venture.

The Shout Team

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