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Don Julio 1942

Handcrafted in tribute to the year Don Julio Gonzalez began his tequila making journey

Warm oak, vanilla and roasted agave flavors lead to a lingering oak and vanilla finish for a luxurious tequila recognized by connoisseurs around the globe

Produced in small batches and aged for a minimum of two and a half years

Now at both locations!

Spanish Brandy

It's well-known that Spain has a long history of wine production. When the Moors brought distillation to their shores in the 700's, the game changed and Spanish Brandy was born

Much like Cognac, this brandy can only be produced in a designated region - the Andalucian city of Jerez

It's typically aged in sherry casks using the Solera system

Solera is a complex process for aging liquids such as wine, beer, vinegar, and brandy

By fractional blending in such a way that the finished product is a mixture of ages, with the average age gradually increasing as the process continues over many years

The most significant result of the Solera system is ensuring continuity and consistency


Torres 15

Modern and sophisticated

Extremely refined

Unparalleled personality

Great for mixing everything from the most classic cocktails to more refreshing modern mixes

Japanese Whisky

Modeled after Scotch tradition - double distilling malted and peated barley - before it's aged in wood barrels

As opposed to the sweeter American bourbons and ryes, they tend to be drier, smokier, and more peaty.

Blended or single malts are available at both locations


Choose from a Wide Variety of Liquor

Whether you are getting your favorites or finding something new, our two locations have what you need

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Quality liquor at a price you can afford

If you need assistance shopping at either of our locations, our knowledgeable staff are there to help you find what you are looking for.

Liquor Sales Benefit
Bemidji & Our Community

The profits from the Bemidji Liquor stores are used to reduce property taxes and pay for community projects (parks, streets, library, etc.)