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Discover Our Products

We purposefully and unapologetically make everything in very small batches keeping control of the artistic process by which our distiller works. We offer what we have when we have it and sell out when we sell out. Our products are a story of history and location, not volume. Whether it be authentic historical distillations, reflections of the past or old family recipes, we want that heritage to be what you taste in every sip. 

Batch #1 - Irish Style Status: On Sale Now

The estate barley used in this whiskey was harvested from a single acre at a neighboring farm, Suyundalla, which dates to the 1800’s. Our barley expresses this terroir or uniqueness of the land in every sip. Flavored and colored with natural medium toasted oak chips for richness and flavor.

Status: On Sale Now

Our Select Grain Vodka was inspired by the colonial farm and distillery where we trace our distillery’s lineage. To achieve a smooth taste you need to start with quality grains. We hand selected oats and wheat from our local farmer for the perfect craft vodka to complement any cocktail you have in mind, including on the rocks.

Status:On Sale

The rounded approachable flavor of this unaged craft whiskey comes from the addition of local sweet corn, rather than using just field corn as most other corn whiskies do. The sweet corn was hand selected, grown and harvested from a small farm dating back to the 1800’s. We seek to express the terroir or uniqueness of the land in every sip.

Status: Finishing Tanks

Originating in 17th Century England, this cherry infused, spiced liquor was popular in colonial America and said to be a favorite of George Washington, a visitor to our home at the Sun Inn. Note the duality of sweet and tart in our modern take on a truly historic liquor.

Batch #2 - American Style Oak Status: On Sale Now

The estate barley used in this whiskey was harvested from a single acre at a neighboring farm, Suyundalla, which dates to the 1800’s. Our barley expresses this terroir or uniqueness of the land in every sip. Flavored and colored with natural medium toasted oak chips for richness and flavor.

IN THE SPIRIT OF HISTORY

 

Alcohol played a major role in colonial America. You could even argue that massive taxes on the trade were a trigger for the American Revolution. The Moravians bought their distilling knowledge to Bethlehem in 1741 and the craft has had a presences  throughout the entire region ever since.  A group of Lehigh Valley friends bring back the authenticity and history of this tradition with products made with local sources.

We purposefully and unapologetically make everything in very small batches keeping control of the artistic process by which our distiller works. We offer what we have when we have it and sell out when we sell out. 

OUR MISSION

Christmas City Spirits produces quality and authentic spirits, aiming to exceed the consumers’ expectations for a unique experience. Our historically inspired products, developed by our team of dedicated alco-historians blends with our sense of community to bring history and place to the palates of our consumers.

Michael “Woody” Dombrosky

Head Distiller,
Christmas City Spirits

Here at Christmas City Spirits we are all about history and our distiller’s story is certainly no exception.

Stemming from a long family line of distilling in the Coal Region of Schuylkill County, Pa, “Woody” brings an incredible history and knowledge of distilling passed down for several generations. His family history is something that few will ever be able to replicate in this art. This along with his rather particular philosophies on the importance of ingredient sourcing and the use of “terroir” of the fruit/grain, yeast and processes sets him apart from most other distillers.

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