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Cocchi Vermouth Di Torino

Giulio Cocchi, the boutique winery in Asti, Italy from 1891, boasts a fine tradition in the production of classic Italian aperitifs with a wine that, for over 120 years, carries a  reputation of Cocchi quality worldwide.

For its 120th anniversary in 2011, the house of Cocchi resumed production of its “Storico” original recipe Vermouth di Torino, first offered in 1891. In accordance with the requirements for Vermouth di Torino, Cocchi uses estate Moscato as the wine base, and vibrant, spicy botanicals such as cocoa, citrus, and rhubarb. Cocchi Vermouth adds depth to a Negroni, and makes for a rich and flavorful Manhattan. It is the perfect accompaniment to salumi and charcuterie. Vermouth di Torino stands apart as one of the only two protected geographical indications of origin for vermouth.
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Zombie Rum

I’ve been trying to find this rum for a while. I was happy to find it at Chips. It make a nice Zombie and much more convenient than having to find all of the traditional rums. I love this stuff. Now to try the Jet Pilot.🗿🤙🍹

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Skelly Tequila Añejo
Ryan Siegler
Awesome experience!

Fast easy and convenient! They had what I needed when the other stores didn’t. Highly recommend!!

Sangre De Vida Reposado Tequila

Cheaper and Easier

I ordered six bottles of premium bourbon from Chips and the process was cheaper and easier than going local like I usually do. I'll definitely order again!

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Amaro Alta Verde
Samuel Carter
Very interesting Amaro/Bitter

Alta Verde is interesting. A light color/transparent liquor, it has a very strong pine/resin/gentian flavor with some bracing sweetness (but not enough to overpower the bitterness). So far, I have found it to be interesting for a number of applications. Would recommend for anyone building a large 'bitter' repository, or needing a light-colored amaro for cocktails.