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Bogg's Cranberry Liquor?

Infomaniac Jan 25, 2007 11:15 AM

Anyone know where I can buy Bogg's Cranberry Liquor in the Greater Boston area.
I can't seem to find any north of the city.

  1. Science Chick Jan 17, 2012 09:01 AM

    That was the first bottle of alcohol I bought when I turned 18 in 1979.......unfortunate that is was discontinued, but thanks hounds for the recs on newer versions!

    1. b
      Breezychow Dec 11, 2011 05:10 PM

      Has anyone tried making their own? I know that good old Martha Stewart has a simple recipe that just involves vodka, sugar, & fresh cranberries.

      1. m
        marais Dec 11, 2011 05:06 PM

        This year I've enjoyed the Oregon cranberry liqueur from Clear Creek - picked it up at the Wine Emporium in Boston South End.

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          terrypage Dec 11, 2011 12:44 PM

          I know its been since 1997, but I found a bottle of "Boggs Canberry Liqueur" while packing to move. 20% alc , 40 proof and 25.4 flozs. The seal is broken but it does not look like it has been oppened.

          1. MC Slim JB Jan 25, 2007 11:25 AM

            My mom used to like that stuff, but it was discontinued by producer Heublein several years ago. There's another 25-proof cranberry liqueur I get her instead, called Black Duck, which isn't hard to find at the big-selection liquor stores around. They even upgraded the packaging with one of those painted-on logos on the back that you can see through the bottle, a la Grey Goose. The old packaging was kind of cheesy.

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            1. re: MC Slim JB
              Infomaniac Jan 25, 2007 11:34 AM

              Thank you Sir,
              Funny thing is my mother must have just polished off her last bottle of Bogg's. I'll look for the Black Duck but I know it's going to be a hard sell for me on my mom, I just know it.

              1. re: MC Slim JB
                njmarshall55 Jan 17, 2012 07:44 AM

                Late addition, I know, but better late than never. Appreciate the info. I'm curious, tho...how does it stack up to the original?

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