Chips Liquor

Small Hands Food Orgeat Syrup

17.5oz

Pronounced or-zhat, orgeat is a French almond syrup, originally made from barley and used as a shelf-stable substitute for milk. Many cultures have versions, from Valencian orxata to Dutch orgeade to Mexican horchata. Made from California almonds and a small proportion of apricot kernels to give it a distinct “marzipan” flavor without the addition of extract. Organic cane sugar, orange flower water and biodynamic California brandy are added to result in a rich, flavorful syrup with delicate floral notes. Orgeat is used in the Mai Tai, a drink first created at Trader Vic’s in Oakland in 1944, as well as the Japanese Cocktail and various absinthe concoctions. It is also delicious as a spritzer with seltzer or used to sweeten lemonade.

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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.