The last Bourbon Cream Liqueur you will ever need — your winter evenings just got more warm and cosy.
Do Good Spirits sits in an old, abandoned firehouse in Roscoe, New York — a rural part of the state just about 1/2 of the way to Canada. That old firehouse was built in 1929, smack dab in the middle of the Prohibition era, or what we adult-beverage lovers refer to as "The American Dark Ages." The founders are two friends — Brian Facquet and John Walsh — who decided to risk it all, and things are going pretty well. They started with a signature Vodka and have since expanded out to a pair of Gins, New York Bourbon, and a tasty Bourbon Cream Liqueur.
Beaverkill Bourbon Cream Liqueur is destined to be your favorite dessert dram and after-dinner additive for your coffee, cocoa, and cocktail. This is a combination of Do Good Spirits’ Bourbon and New York Cream Liqueur made with local dairy that’s been sweetened with natural New York Maple Syrup. It’s created in small batches — each one selling out quickly — and bottled at a 17% ABV to warm your autumn evenings.
New York was originally settled by Dutch immigrants looking for a better life. That’s why the original name of New York as New Amsterdam. In dutch, "kill" means riverbed or water channel. They saw beavers in the watershed of the upper Hudson river and called it "Beaverkill."