1889 by Geijer Glögg ($32)
This Bay Area microdistillery's modern update on glögg – Sweden's traditional mulled wine – flavors a boozy neutral grain spirit base with baking spices and botanicals for a winter-ready liqueur with warm cinnamon, cardamom, and clove notes.
Krogstad Aquavit ($25)
Widely considered the best domestic version of the distilled Scandinavian hooch, this aquavit – made with star anise and caraway seeds at the artisan House Spirits Distillery in Portland, Oregon – should be served chilled to optimize its clean, smooth mouthfeel.
Lapponia Lingonberry Liqueur ($27)
Lingonberries – native to tundras and forests and beloved by Finns and bears – form the base of this tart Finland-distillery cordial, with sweet acidity and stone-fruit notes that make it a great addition to gin or vodka highballs.