Farm-to-table distillery brings boozy beverages to Goshen

A new small batch distillery is mixing drinks ahead of the Summer in Goshen.

Bianca Rosembert

Apr 27, 2024, 1:52 AM

Updated 22 days ago

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A new small batch distillery is mixing drinks ahead of the Summer in Goshen.
The nonprofit, All For One One For All, is a farm-to-table business and educational center.
Ariane and her daughter, Alix Daguin founded the nonprofit with one message in mind - all for one and one for all.
The name is derived from the famous tagline in "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas.
The farm has always been a green haven to pick flowers, take a tour and grab a bite to eat.
But the founders wanted to expand with a new distillery to welcome fans of boozy beverages.
The distillery held its grand opening in early April.
Sen. James Skoufis visited the farm to welcome the new business venture.
Farm grown herbs, nuts, herbs, fruits and vegetables are part of the secret sauce inside the liqueurs.
Some of the featured flavors include cherry, mint, chartreuse and black walnut.
The French-inspired liqueurs have 30% alcohol, according to the business.
All For One One For All prides itself in not using colorings or artificial extracts.
The spirits and brandies are hand-distilled in very small batches over the course of six hours.
After a hard day's work exploring the farm, the drinks are ready for guests to purchase at the farm stand.


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