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Finger Lakes Distilling Company, Burdett

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Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • We went early in the day on a Sunday so it wasn't too busy but this place is set up for enjoyment. Between the tasting room, cocktail bar, and patio looking out over Seneca lake this is definitely a m...  read more »
  • I highly recommend stopping at this distillery. My husband and I were the only 2 on the tour, so it was like we had a private invitation to see how liquor is made! And sampling!!!! That was the best, ...  read more »
  • While the Finger Lakes is known primarily for being wine country, it is also the location for a quality distillery. The Finger Lakes Distilling Company makes serious distilled spirits. We enjoyed visi...  read more »
  • The bartender was informative and very good ambassador for the drinks, especially for those of us not well acquainted with the liquors. He also kind of looked like Conan O'Brien. Dogs were welcome in the tasting area as well, which is a big plus. Good selection of liquors to taste as well.
  • A group of 7 of us were doing a tasting tour for a bachelorette party. Yes it was a group of 7 women, yes we did do wine all day, BUT we would not have gone there if we didn't want to taste the alcohol. I am not writing to review the alcohol, (It was mediocre though, nothing special) I am upset with how patronized I felt during my experience there. We waited in line to be served and most of us already knew what we wanted. An old gentleman comes to help us. Off the bat he is rude in telling me that "you're not getting anything until you pay at the front counter!". Uhh ok, I'm sorry, everywhere else we went took our money at the bar. Maybe you should have someone on the floor talking to the people in line so they know what to expect and could spend time explaining the place to them, since the bartender clearly didn't want to. Okay, we're paid up. I order first knowing I was really excited about trying their brandy. "Now you are aware that this isn't going to be some fruity sugary cocktail drink....right?" Yes..."sir", as a female it is possible for me to enjoy hard liquor as well as fruity wine. Thank you for stereotyping, being a sexist, and a dumbass for patronizing your customer. I shrugged it off, hoping he was just trying to make conversation and not trying to be completely rude. Our bride, who only came because she knew the rest of our group wasn't into the fruity all day event, isn't much of a liquor drinker. She wanted the experience but we were told that she could get mini mixed drinks to try the alcohol. Listen, do not advertise that if you do not want to do it. When she asked for something special for two of her three shots, we got eye rolling and huffing and puffing from our VERY attentive bartender..(joking) A few of my group did end up buying a bottle or two, but it most definitely wasn't because of the service we received. I think my group enjoyed their straight corn whiskey.
  • Alright products such as Cassis and whiskey. Their Grappa does taste like gasoline, even though their quoted as saying, “A lot of people think grappa is harsh and tastes like gasoline. Not ours. Each grappa is a true representation of the grape it came from.” Must be they don't drink their own grappa. They are very, over priced, even for being a craft distiller. I would recommend going if you were literately driving by, but would not go out of my way to stop in any other time.
  • Went each of the past 2 years. Their Seneca Drums Gin is fantastic. Love the atmosphere as well.
  • Great whiskies!
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