US-XTL-21-NV

Orange Crema Liqueur, Tattersall Distilling

Orange Crema Liqueur, Tattersall Distilling

Tattersall Distilling, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and launched in 2015, produces a range of spirits, liqueurs, and ready-to-drink cocktails that are distilled with an eye towards craft, regional sourcing, sustainability, and approachability.

Brand founders and childhood friends, Dan Oskey and Jon Kreidler, imbue Tattersall’s DNA with a compelling history of complementary professional experiences. Dan is a hospitality veteran who has established successful bar programs within the Twin Cities and Jon lends his business acumen to Tattersall, honed during a career in finance. After being inspired by craft distilling trends on the West Coast, Jon enrolled in the Artisan Distilling Program at Michigan State University to better prepare for the enterprise of building Tattersall. With the added insight of Bentley Gillman, Distillery Manager, and his extensive background in foraging and experimental fermentation and distillation, the team is able to craft an impressive array of spirits at their distillery on a core set of Vendome stills, while using a 50-gallon, hybrid alembic still for R&D, which allows them to push the limits of experimentation and remain nimble with small-batch releases. Tattersall runs a Cocktail Room on the site as well, that allows for practical cocktailing to inform the applications of the range.

Producer:
Vintage:
NV
Country:
United States
Region:
Minnesota
Spirit Type:
Liqueur
Spirit Sub Type:
Fruit

Tasting Notes

Distilled with three types of oranges, Tattersall Orange Crema is bigger and brighter than your typical orange liqueur. Sweet, Bitter, and Mandarin Oranges, along with ginger, clove, and grains of paradise, are steeped in 100% organic corn distillate for 12–18 hours. After straining, the same components are placed in a bag and hung in pot still for a vapor distillation that extracts further nuance of flavor. The final spirit is complex but bright and clean with a long finish. A traditional ABV of 40% makes this an intuitive substitution for other orange liqueurs in cocktails.

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