Alcohols of Amber

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Wines[edit]

By far the most famous of Amber's Alcohol is the Bayle brand of wines. He is famous for the incredible red wines they produce. His less accomplished white wines are generally better then most white wines in shadow but the bar for alcohol in Amber is high. "Bayle's Piss" is a quaffing wine found commonly through the kingdom of Amber and denigrated because how poorly it compares to the fine reds. They produce a wide range of other wines both in Amber and in places throughout the Golden Circle. They have a well-regarded Rose'. They have a Mead made in Kashfra that is traded across many worlds. They have a Thelusian Orange Wine that is ubiquitous in Thelusian homes.

Bayle wines are the only wines used in Unicorn Church services in Amber and in better churches across the Golden Circle.

Beers[edit]

Amber has many brews and nearly all taverns brew their own to some degree.

Brandy[edit]

The Bayle Family produces the finest wines in Amber and provides wine to the Calyias Family to produce superior brandy. The family also makes excellent Ports and Sangrias.

Gins[edit]

Green Gin[edit]

Another product of the Distillers of the Royal Family of Amber, situated in the High country north of Yal where plentiful Junipers grow.

Old Mink[edit]

See Old Mink for more information.

Old Mink is a 170 proof alcohol made from corn & mushrooms with incredibly concentrated quantities of Psilocybin. It is cut with ginger, jalapeños, and concentrated sugars. It is usually aged in fruit barrels with burned interiors. Apple, Orange, Lemon, Lime, and grapefruit woods are used. Often cut halves of these fruits are left in the barrels to age.

Whiskey[edit]

Whiskey of Amber[edit]

Created by the Distillers of the Royal Family of Amber in chambers deep in the dungeon's of the Castle. It quadruple distilled.

  • The Whiskey of Amber is a sweet and potent single malt whiskey. It is 184 proof, a whopping 92% alcohol, designed for drinkers with heroic constitutions.
    • It is similar to Bruichladdich X4 Quadrupled Whisky. A Scottish whisky based on the seventeenth-century method of quadruple distilling and is slated as the most alcoholic single malt ever made, containing 92 percent alcohol.