Bomberger’s Declaration Bourbon – 108 Proof……$28 (Kentucky)
Bomberger’s Declaration Distillery Bourbon honors the legacy of the former distillery known as Bomberger’s in the 1800’s and later as Michter’s in the 20th Century. In the aging of this release some Chiquapin oak barrel selected by Michter’s Master of Maturation, Andrea Wilson, were utilized. A nose of honeyed caramel and stone fruit lead into a palate full of peach, milk chocolate and dark chocolate. The finish is long with depth that includes vanilla and oak.

Eagle Rare 10 Year Bourbon – 90 Proof……$21 (Kentucky)
Still a single barrel offering, even though the move from hand bottling to a high speed automated line prevents them from listing it on the label. One of Buffalo Trace Distillery’s least rye heavy bourbons, with professional tasters estimating less than 10% of the spicy stuff on the mash bill (which is undisclosed by Buffalo Trace). The nose of orange peel, toasted marshmallow and honey gives way to a palate full of brown sugar, oak, white pepper, and honey. It finishes bubble gum like while carrying the notes of honey and marshmallow all the way through the end.

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof – 124.2 Proof……$19 (Kentucky)
Whisky Advocate’s 2017 choice for “Whiskey of the Year” honors, this barrel strength bourbon stays robust and strong even with the addition of ice or water. A model of consistency, Elijah Craig has always had a reputation of offering bourbons whose quality outranks its price. A nose of maple, caramel, apple spice and cinnamon is followed up by a mouth filling palate of oak and heat that dissipates into a beautiful bounty of fruit flavors. The drying finish lasts for what is seemingly forever, with lingering notes of oak and more oak. George T.

Stagg Bourbon – 129.2 Proof……$39 (Kentucky)
Part of Buffalo Trace Distillery’s Antique Collection, this limited barrel strength release was fifteen years and three months old at bottling. A mere 309 hand selected barrels were all that were deemed worthy enough to carry the Stagg name. Its nose has notes of caramel and dark fruit. The palate is a cavalcade of dark sweets, dried fruit, spice, sweet tobacco and leather. A long finish shows vanilla, wood and a touch of mint.

High West Midwinter’s Night Dram “Act 7, Scene 4” – 98.6 Proof……$29 (Utah)
High West A Midwinter Night’s Dram is a limited annual release that consists of High West’s Rendezvous Rye finished in French oak port barrels. The theme of the whiskey is inspired by William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Many whiskey enthusiasts consider this pour as “Christmas in a Glass,” and after one pour, you’ll surely realize why. The nose starts with waves of chocolate covered berries, orange jaffe cake, toasted pecans, toasted oak, lightly toasted marshmallow, cinnamon rhubarb, fresh baked bread and plum pie. That sensory overload is followed by a palate of black cherry reduction, molasses, birch root, fig jam, and ginger bread. The long finish washed over with rye spice, summer fruits, dry leather, oak, white peppercorns, blackberry, candied ginger and orange peel.

Jefferson’s Ocean “Aged at Sea – Voyage 13” Bourbon – 90 Proof……$25 (Kentucky)
This bourbon started out as an experiment with just three bourbon barrels on CEO Trey Zoeller’s friend, Chris Fischer of OCEARCH’s ship, in a curious effort to discover what would happen if bourbon was left to weather the extreme elements: temperature fluctuations, salt air and the gentle rocking of the ship. The result was a thick, dark bourbon that showcases complex flavors reminiscent of other spirits; the almost black color and caramel flavors resemble a dark rum as the sugars within the barrels caramelized; the briny, savory taste from the barrels breathing the sea air is reminiscent of Islay Scotch; and at its core, it’s a true bourbon. Due to a massive demand from consumers, Trey has now commercialized this experiment and sent hundreds of barrels around the world. Each voyage of Jefferson’s Ocean typically crosses the equator four times, visits five continents and over 30 ports on an average sailing.

Old Fitzgerald Bottled-In-Bond 11 Year Bourbon – 100 Proof……$38 (Kentucky)
Produced by the Heaven Hill Distillery, this 11 year old wheated bourbon is the first of a planned series of biannual releases. Residing in a vintage looking decanter who’s design was inspired by a 1950’s era Old Fitzgerald bottle, the bourbon has a nose of butter, tobacco and apricot. Moving to the palate, notes of vanilla, caramel and black pepper come to the forefront. A moderately long finish shows an abundance of spice and oak.

Shenk’s Homestead Sour Mash Whiskey – 91.2 Proof……$24 (Kentucky)
Shenk’s Homestead Distillery Sour Mash Whiskey honors the legacy of historic American whiskey figure John Shenk, who in 1753 founded a distillery that was to become known as Michter’s in the 20th Century. It is made in Kentucky according to the traditional Sour Mash process whereby a portion of the previously distilled whiskey mash (referred to as “setback”) is added into the next batch. This Kentucky sour mash whiskey made with a good deal of rye. Unlike the 2018 Shenk’s release, where some French Oak was utilized during maturation, the 2019 was matured entirely in American oak barrels, some of them being the special species of oak called Chinquapin. A nose of burn orange peel and crème brulee expands into a palate of burnt sugar, cherry and oak. The long finish lingers with spice and oak.

WhistlePig “Farmstock Rye – Crop No. 003” – 86 Proof……$24 (Vermont)
A “Triple Terroir” from the team in Shoreham, Vermont, this very limited production rye is made for the first time with a majority of he blend coming from three year old rye produced from their grain, proofed with water from their well, and aged in Vermont Oak from their farm. This homegrown rye is supplemented with six year old rye from Indiana and ten year old rye from Alberta, Canada. Subsequent releases will ultimately result in a product down the line that is 100% “Bottled In Barn.” This vision and attention to detail shows in the craftmanship of this rye. A nose of vanilla, maraschino and roasted chestnuts give way to a palate full of rose petal, spice, crème brulee and toffee. The very long finish leaves notes of the quintissential rye spice.

Yamazaki 12 Year – 86 Proof……$36 (Japan)
In 1923, Shinjiro Torii envisioned a whisky filled with the essence of Japanese nature and hand-crafted by artisans through a patient process of enhancing the work of nature. He dreamt of creating subtle, refined, yet complex whisky that would suit the delicate palate of the Japanese and enhance their dining experience. Though initially inspired by traditional Scottish whisky, Torii envisioned a Japanese approach by choosing a terrain and climate completely different from those of Scotland. Torii chose the region of Yamazaki, on the outskirts of Kyoto as the birthplace of Japanese whisky. Nose of peach, grapefruit, pineapple and clove. A palate full of coconut, cranberry and butter followed by a long finish of sweet ginger and cinnamon.



1792 Ridgemont Reserve – 93.7 Proof……$17 (Kentucky)
Named for the year Kentucky achieved its statehood, this whiskey has a nose of butterscotch, maple, toasted corn and some dark fruit. The nose is full of oak and dark fruit with a medium finish that shows it oaky side.

Angel’s Envy – 80 Proof……$18 (Kentucky)
A staff favorite! Aged for 6 years, and finished in port wine barrels. It is like Kentucky shaking hands with Porto. The nose exhibits notes of maple syrup, toasted nuts and raisins, that continue on the palate along with vanilla and bitter chocolate. Finish is clean with a long slowly fading Madeira finish. Basil Hayden – 80 Proof……$13 (Kentucky) Aroma of spice, tea, and a hint of peppermint. Light bodied with notes of pepper, honey and spice on the palate with a dry, clean, brief finish.

Bernheim Original 7 Year Small Batch – 90 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Kentucky’s original mass scaled wheated whiskey is a perfect example of showing what wheat can do to a flavor profile. A nose of toffee, caramel, citrus and a touch of leather lead into a palate of caramel, wood, cereal sweetness and burnt sugar. The finish is long with burnt sugar and toasted wheat.

Blanton’s – 93 Proof……$17 (Kentucky)
Nose of dried citrus and orange peel gives way to flavors of burnt sugar, caramel, cloves and orange. Finish is a balance of honey, vanilla and citrus.

Buffalo Trace – 90 Proof……$13 (Kentucky)
Vanilla, mint and molasses on the nose with flavors of brown sugar, toffee, dark fruit and oak. Finishes long and smooth with serious depth.

Bulleit – 90 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Sweet oak on the nose with flavors of maple and nutmeg. Finishes long, dry and satiny.

E. H. Taylor Small Batch – 100 Proof……$15 (Kentucky)
Nose of caramel and nuts. Palate is full of caramel corn, butterscotch and licorice with a medium tobacco finish that turns peppery and spicy near the end.

Elijah Craig Small Batch – 94 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Mint, menthol, oak and must on the nose. Sweet caramel, honey, oak and nutmeg feature predominantly on the palate. Finishes minty with a wash of oak and nutmeg.

Four Roses Single Barrel – 100 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Maple, cocoa and spice on the nose. Plum and cherries on the palate with a long and delicate finish.

Four Roses Small Batch – 90 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Toffee, cinnamon and nutmeg on the nose precedes a palate of raspberry, honey and cinnamon sugar. The finish is long with honey and cinnamon continuing to the end.

Four Roses Small Batch Select – 104 Proof……$22 (Kentucky)
Nose of raspberry, clove and nutmeg, Palate full of apricot, vanilla, and dark fruit. The finish is long with hints of spearmint and cinnamon.

Jefferson Reserve “Pritchard Hill Cabernet Cask Finish” – 90.2 Proof……$25 (Kentucky)
Finished in barrels that formerly housed Pritchard Hill Cabernet – Chappellet’s highly acclaimed Bordeaux style Cabernet – this bourbon shows a deep amber color with notes of leather, red stone fruit and pound cake on the nose. A palate full of sweetness with apricot and buttered pastry coming to the fore. The medium finish shows lemon zest and finally reveals some of its wine influence with oxidized cherries and red stone fruit.

Knob Creek – 100 Proof……$14 (Kentucky)
Toasted nuts and maple on the nose. Flavors of oak, caramel and candied fruit. Finishes long and smooth with an extra kick.

Makers Mark – 90 Proof……$13 (Kentucky)
Wheat, oak and caramel on the nose, with flavors of caramel and vanilla. Finishes smooth and subtle.

Henry McKenna 10 Year Single Barrel Bottled-in-Bond – 100 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Caramel and vanilla play against a backdrop of seasoned oak on the nose. A palate that mirrors the nose fleshes out with brown butter and caramel notes. The medium finish is dominated by vanilla and oak with a faint hint of leather in the background.

Michter’s US*1 – 91.4 Proof……$18 (Kentucky)
Stone fruit and smoke on the nose. Notes of vanilla and caramel with an oak finish.

Old Weller Antique – 107 Proof……$22 (Kentucky)
Char, spice, buttersacotch and oak on the nose while the palate follows suit with an added touch of heat. Finish is full of oak and rich leather.

Stagg Jr. – 129.5 Proof……$20 (Kentucky)
Maple sugar on the nose with a bit of heat. The palate shows cocoa and brown sugar with a boundless finish that seems to never end inviting notes of cherries, cloves and wisps of smoke.

W.L. Weller 12 Year – 90 Proof……$26 (Kentucky)
Nose of almond and caramel that continue to the palate along with oak, leather and citrus. Finish is medium with minimal drying and notes of vanilla.

W.L. Weller Special Reserve – 90 Proof……$19 (Kentucky)
Caramel nose with a palate full of honey and butterscotch. The medium finish is redolent of honeysuckle.

Woodford Reserve – 90.4 Proof……$14 (Kentucky)
Dried fruit, mint and cocoa dusted oranges on the nose. Citrus, cinnamon, cocoa, toffee, and caramel notes on the palate. Finishes creamy and smooth with a long satisfying kick.



High West American Prairie – 92 Proof……$16 (Utah)
Light caramel and sweet vanilla on the nose. Candy corn, nougat and corn biscuits on the palate – finishes with hints of caramel apple.

High West Campfire – 92 Proof……$19 (Utah)
A secret blend of scotch, rye and bourbon. Nose of butterscotch, light smoke and smoldering wood. Dark berry, fall spices, honey and gentle smoke on the palate. Finishes long, sweet, spicy and smoky.

Michter’s American Whiskey – 83.4 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Aged in bourbon soaked barrels, this whiskey exudes butterscotch and vanilla on the nose and palate. Finish is long and scented with ripened fruits and toffee.

Michter’s Toasted Barrel Finish – 91.4 Proof……$19 (Kentucky)
Smoke, fresh dough and mushroom on the nose. A palate rife with honey, vanilla and caramel that finishes with more smoke and leathery notes.




Bushmills – 80 Proof……$11
Black pepper, dried coconut and oatmeal on the nose. Flavors of black pepper and marshmallow. Brown sugar on the short finish.

Bushmills 10 Year – 80 Proof……$12
Apple, dried strawberries and honey on the nose. Notes of sherry and orchard fruits on the palate with a medium finish of salt water taffy and wood.

Jameson’s – 80 Proof……$11
Nose of honey, pear and citrus. Flavors of grass, cocoa and under ripe citrus with an earthy finish.

Yellow Spot 12 Year – 92 Proof……$26
Aged in former Bourbon, Sherry and Malaga casks. The nose is dominated by raisins, lavender and brown sugar. The palate features dried flowers and pressed fruit before giving way to a finish of vanilla and baked pear.




Hibiki “Harmony” – 86 Proof……$19
A blended scotch that hits the nose with notes of apricots and orange marmalade. Apricots and marmalade follow through on the palate with light pepper. Finish shows more char and spice as the fruit slowly falls away.

Nikka Coffey Grain – 90 Proof……$21
Produced in a coffey still traditionally used for grain whiskey, this whisky is sweeter and fruitier than the coffey malt. Papaya, mango and coconut dominate the nose, with toffee popcorn, heavy citrus and tropical fruit on the palate. Finishes short with hints of oak and marmalade.

Nikka Coffey Malt – 90 Proof……$23
Produced in a coffey still traditionally used for grain whiskey, the candied lemon peel nose gives way to flavors of cinnamon, clove and candied clementine. The medium finish dominated by orange, lemon and baking spice melts like cotton candy in your mouth.

Suntory Toki – 86 Proof……$15
Nose of basil, green apple and honey. The palate is lush with grapefruit, peppermint and thyme. The finish is succinct with alternating notes of sweet and spice ending with white pepper and ginger. The ultimate choice for a whiskey highball. Trust us……




Single Malt

Aberfeldy 12 Year – 80 Proof……$17 (Highlands)
Often called ‘The Golden Dram” due to its source of water, the Pitilie Burn, being filled with gold deposits. A nose of butterscotch, vanilla, ripe fruit and sweet white grapes. The palate shows candied citrus rind, dark honey and dried dates. Finishes long with a balance of apricot, cinnamon, toffee and dark fruit.

Craigellechie 13 Year – 92 Proof……$18 (Speyside)
Located in the heart of Speyside, at the confluence of the rivers Fiddich and Spey, Craigellachie Distillery takes its name from the town of Craigellachie, which literally means “rocky hill.” A nose of salt, raw peanuts and dried limes gives way to a palate of sweet peanut brittle, honey and toasted tree nuts. A long finish of maltiness, vanilla, and damp earth round out this dram.

Balvenie “Doublewood” 12 Year – 86 Proof……$16 (Speyside)
Nose of sherry and honey. Nutty sweetness, cinnamon and sherry on the palate with a long warming finish.

Balvenie “Carribean Cask” 14 Year – 86 Proof……$19 (Speyside)
Aged 14 years prior to being finished in ex-rum barrels, this expression from Malt Master David C. Stewart MBE and the team at Balvenie has been artfully manipulated by choosing the blend of rums utilized in the finishing barrels first and draining them once the optimal amount of juice has been absorbed by the wood. The result is a dram curated 100% by Balvenie, as opposed to relying on another distillery’s processes. A nose of creamy toffee and fresh fruit progresses to a palate of vanilla, sweet oak, cake frosting, apples and toffee popcorn. The soft finish shows stewed apples and golden syrup.

Caol Ila 12 Year – 86 Proof……$21 (Islay)
The largest of the eight working distilleries on the island of Islay, this very lightly oaked scotch has a nose of honied pear, vanilla cupcakes and melon with an underlying note of smoked meat. The palate mirrors the nose while also adding layers of graham cracker and tropical fruit. A long finish is full of those same smoked meat, vanilla cupcake and honied pear flavors.

Glenfiddich 12 Year – 80 Proof……$17 (Speyside)
Pear dominated fruity nose. Fruity palate dissipates to notes of butterscotch, cream and malt. Finish is long and smooth.

Glenlivet 12 Year – 80 Proof……$17 (Speyside)
Vanilla, pineapple and honey on the nose with flavors of creamed citrus and apple core on the palate. Finishes long with notes of almond and apple.

Glenlivet 18 Year – 86 Proof……$45 (Speyside)
Toasted cereal, barley sugar and flower petals on the nose. Palate lush with honey, walnut and apple. Finishes long and dry with a spicy oak flourish.

Glenkinchie 10 Year – 86 Proof……$14 (Lowlands)
Toasted cereal, hay and biscuits on the nose. Flavors of sweet cereal, fruit salad and herbal perfume on the palate with a hint of esters. Medium finish with traces of fudge and barley.

Glenmorangie 10 Year – 80 Proof……$14 (Highlands)
Lemon, nectarine and apple on the nose. Palate is full of vanilla, tiramisu and coffee. Finishes long and very fruity with undercurrents of malt.

Glenmorangie La Santa – 80 Proof……$16 (Highlands)
Part of Glenmorangie’s finished range, this expression is matured in ex-bourbon barrels and then finished in oloroso sherry casks. Sweet honey and caramel on the nose with hints of crème brulee and cinnamon. The palate starts with raisins and toffee but moves to burnt sugar and walnuts. The finish is long with ginger, dried orange and cocoa.

Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or – 80 Proof……$17 (Highlands)
Part of Glenmorangie’s finished range, this expression is extra matured in Sauternes wine casks. Kiwi, apricots, pineapples in syrup and tangerine on the nose. Marmalade, honey, vanilla and white chocolate on the palate with a medium finish full of honey and ginger.

Glenmorangie Signet – 92 Proof……$40 (Highlands)
Created with a marriage of whiskies produced from two unique types of malted barley – a single estate Cadboll variety and malted chocolate barley – there is said to be an element of some of the distillery’s oldest and rarest stocks, ranging from 35 to 40 years old. A nose of dried orange peel, cocoa and golden syrup gives way to a palate full of dark chocolate, toasted spice, tiramisu and bitter roasted coffee. An extremely long finish ends with fresh citrus and slowly sweetening dark chocolate. An after dinner scotch for sure!

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban – 80 Proof……$17 (Highlands)
Part of Glenmorangie’s finished range, this expression is finished in port wine casks. Wine poached pears, raspberry and hints of pink grapefruit on the nose. The palate shows milk chocolate, molasses, cinnamon and cloves, finishing short with notes of orange and faint oak.

Highland Park “Viking Honour” 12 Year – 92 Proof……$16 (Islands)
Considered by many to be the best example of heather-honey present in a scotch aswell as laying claim to the northernmost single malt scotch distillery in the world, Highland Park boasts individuality and complexity, thanks in part to the use of Orcadian peat in the distillery floor maltings and the employment of ex-sherry casks for maturation. A nose of salted lemons, charcoal smoke, green apples, tropical fruit chews, unripe mango, beeswax, heather-honey, and fruity dark chocolate. The palate is strongest with notes of tropical chews, pineapple and smoked orange rind. The long, honeyed finish shows smoky wood, malt syrup, green pine cones and woody spice.

Oban 14 Year – 86 Proof……$20 (Highlands)
Rich and smokey on the nose with flavors of citrus, smoke and a touch of seaweed. Medium finish of fruit and dry oak.

Lagavulin 16 Year – 86 Proof……$23 (Islay)
Extremely smoky nose with touches of vanilla and sherry. Flavors of sherry, peat and oak. Finishes long and spicy with notes of fig and dates.

Laphroiag 10 Year – 80 Proof……$17 (Islay)
Licorice, salt and smoky peat on the nose. Cardamom, black pepper, seaweed and vanilla ice cream on the palate. Big and drying finish with notes of iodine.

The Macallan 12 Year – 80 Proof……$21 (Speyside)
Apple blossom, calvados, and tropical fruit on the nose. Marmalade, citrus peel and hot pastry on the palate. Medium-long oak finish.

The Macallan 18 Year – 86 Proof……$65 (Speyside)
Nose of marmalade, fresh cut flowers and wood shavings. Winter spice, cooked apples, demerara and rum on the palate. Medium oak finish.

Talisker 10 Year – 91.6 Proof……$20 (Islands)
Nose of smoke, seaweed and apple peel. Palate full of smoke and peat. Long barley malt finish


Johnnie Walker “Black Label” – 80 Proof……$15
Winter spice and white pepper on the nose. Barley, wood smoke toffee and herbs on the palate. Long fruity finish.

Johnnie Walker “Green Label” – 80 Proof……$16
Aged a minimum of 15 years and containing malts from distilleries such as Talisker and Caol Ila, this whisky’s nose is full of banana, shortbread and vanilla ice cream. The palate is honey, nutmeg, vanilla and some light smoke, finishing is very long and spicy with waves of honey, smoke and oak.

Johnnie Walker “Gold Label” – 80 Proof……$22
With malts from distilleries such as the fames Clynelish, this whisky shows honey, caramel and nutmeg on the nose. Spiced vanilla honey and floral notes on the palate. Long sweet finish with toffee notes.

Johnnie Walker “Blue Label” – 80 Proof……$65
Dried fruit, cedar and anise on the nose. Toffee, chocolate, smoke and grass on the palate. Medium floral finish with notes of smoke, dried fruit, spice and honey



Angel’s Envy – 100 Proof……$19 (Kentucky)
A 95% rye that has been finished by spending it last 18 months in Carribean XO rum casks. Gingerbread, maple sugar candy and molasses cookies on the nose. A palate that mirrors its nose with the arrival of marshmallow and cotton candy. Finishes very long with maple and ginger notes.

Bulleit – 90 Proof……$13 (Kentucky)
Russet in color, with rich oaky aromas. The taste is exceptionally smooth, with hints of vanilla, honey, and spice. Finish is crisp and clean, with long, lingering flavors.

Crown Royal – 80 Proof……$13 (Canada)
Caramel and citrus on the nose and palate. Finishes with notes of candy corn and maple.

High West Rendezvous Rye – 92 Proof……$16 (Utah)
Cinnamon stick, clove and vanilla on the nose give way to a palate full of mint, fennel, molasses and spice. Finishes extremely long with notes of orange rind, cinnamon, vanilla and huge spice.

Michter’s – 84.8 Proof……$16 (Kentucky)
Caramel, vanilla and pepper on the nose. Dominant oak witj notes of black cherry and toast on the palate. Finishes with baking spice and dark fruits.

Pikesville – 110 Proof……$18 (Kentucky)
Originally distilled in Maryland from 1895 through the mid 1970’s, the stocks finally ran dry in 1982. Heaven Hill saw the demand for this high proof rye never wane, and brought it back to market in 2015 with juice distilled in their Bernheim Distillery. A nose of cherry syrup, apple, red licorice and spice give way to a palate full of cherry cola and vanilla. The medium finish brings that cherry continuity all the way through to the end.

Rittenhouse Bottled in Bond– 100 Proof……$14 (Kentucky)
Citrus and barrel char on the nose with flavors of vanilla, butterscotch and ripe bananas. Finish is long with wisps of cinnamon and clove.

Sazerac – 90 Proof……$14 (Kentucky)
Not a spice dominated rye, this Buffalo Trace offering shows salted caramel and honey on the nose. Pepper, licorice and rye spice dominate the palate with a finish that is long and savory with notes of paprika and nutmeg before dissolving into sweet orchard fruit and a touch of oak.

Seagram’s 7 – 80 Proof……$12 (Canada)
Dried apricot and lemon curd on the nose with notes of orange marmalade, honey and toffee on the palate. The finish is medium with balanced notes of spicy and sweet.

WhistlePig 10 Year – 100 Proof……$24 (Vermont)
Allspice, orange peel and anise on the nose. A palate full of sweet caramel, vanilla, mint and rye that finishes long with warming butterscotch and caramel.

WhistlePig 12 Year Old World Cask Finish– 86 Proof……$33 (Vermont)
Finished in Port, French Sauternes and Madeira casks. Caramel, vanilla and winter fruit on the nose. The palate is predominantly honey with apricots, plums, rye and dates rounding out the full body. The finish is long with notes of chocolate, vanilla caramel, and winter fruit.

WhistlePig 15 Year – 92 Proof……$49 (Vermont)
Finished in Vermont oak, harvested directly from the Whistlepig farm. A deep nose dominated by caramel and vanilla also shows hints burnt orange and allspice. The rich, creamy palate is rife with buttersctotch and baking spice laced with notes of tobacco and leather. Finishing ultra long and rich, this rye ends with the warming sensation of baking spice and subtle notes of clove.