Low, Mid and Upper Shelf Liquor Recommendations – Craft Connections Co

Low, Mid and Upper Shelf Liquor Recommendations

Here are some basic liquor types you could include in your home bar, along with low, mid, and upper-shelf options for each along with typical price points: 

  1. Vodka: Low-shelf: Smirnoff, Svedka - $15-$20 Mid-shelf: Absolut, Grey Goose - $30-$40 Upper-shelf: Belvedere, Chopin - $50-$60

  2. Gin: Low-shelf: Beefeater, Gordon's - $20-$25 Mid-shelf: Bombay Sapphire, Tanqueray - $30-$40 Upper-shelf: Hendrick's, Nolet's - $50-$60

  3. Rum: Low-shelf: Bacardi, Captain Morgan - $15-$20 Mid-shelf: Mount Gay, Malibu - $20-$25 Upper-shelf: Diplomático, Appleton Estate - $30-$40

  4. Tequila: Low-shelf: Jose Cuervo, Sauza - $15-$20 Mid-shelf: Olmeca, Herradura - $30-$35 Upper-shelf: Don Julio, Casamigos - $50-$60

  5. Whiskey: Low-shelf: Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam - $20-$25 Mid-shelf: Maker's Mark, Knob Creek - $30-$40 Upper-shelf: Glenlivet, Macallan - $50-$60

  6. Brandy: Low-shelf: E&J, Christian Brothers - $15-$20 Mid-shelf: Hennessy, Courvoisier - $30-$40 Upper-shelf: Remy Martin, Hine - $50-$60

Please note that these are rough estimates and prices may vary depending on your location and local liquor laws. The upper-shelf options may also be more expensive in certain regions. Additionally, while these price points should give you an idea of the general cost range, it's always best to check with your local liquor store for the most accurate pricing information.