Technically a liqueur, Underground is different than most other liqueurs on the market. How? It starts with less sugar. A liqueur is defined as having 2.5% added sugar by weight. Yet, shockingly, most of the well-known liqueurs exceed 20% sugar by weight. That’s a lot of sugar. Underground uses about half the raw sugar that other brands use.
The difference is immediately noticeable as the lower amount of sugar creates a less-viscous, less-syrupy shot that doesn't coat the your mouth with a sugar mixture that lays waste to the taste buds. Instead, with Underground, you taste the blend of 33 herbs, spices and flavors as they come through for a sweet, yet, complex flavor experience.
From the late 1800's to the mid 1900's setting foot off of the train in Ogden was often a life changing experience for a transcontinental rail traveler. The train station sat as the root of the infamous Two-bit Street. "Any man's desire fulfilled for two bits." Two-bit/25th Street was a hedonist's paradise. With no trouble from the law, a man could gamble, drink bootleg liquor, spend time with an unfamiliar lady, smoke opium, or befall a worse fate.
The flavors include a mellow blend of cassia, angostura, anise, cardemom, gentian, yarrow, wormwood, mate, guarana, ginseng, molasses, orange oil, lemon oil, spearmint, pure cane sugar, agave and plum.