Floral, marzipan, toasted almonds, smoked chilis, dark chocolate. Flavors of corn meal, unsalted butter and light caramel. The finish is pleasant and warm.
Rich texture, nutty, & semisweet. Initial bursts of honey give way to toasted wood & pleasant char. The finish is lively, engaging, & lingers with vanilla.
Today, in a 19th century Georgian mansion situated in the heart of the Hudson Valley, Master Distiller Dave Pickerell pays homage to the New York farmers w
Bright and enjoyable aromas thanks to an abundance of fruit notes. Great balance between sweet and dry. Excellent finish!
Distilled in 2008. Crafted from a high rye mash bill along with corn & touch of barley, it’s aged 10 full years in very limited quantities.
A snowball rolling over fruits, vanilla, and spices, mixing them all together into a well balanced and complex whiskey.
Infused with pure cacao husks, not too sweet with a beautiful essence of cacao. Going hiking anytime soon?
Originally consisting of Kentucky bourbon, Black Maple Hill is now sourcing from the Steins. Oregon grain farmers since the 1890's and distillers since 200
Possesses intriguing levels of spice and complexity. The hazelnut and dried raisin notes are results of Madeira Barrique finishing.