Laird's Applejack Brandy
Laird's Applejack has a smooth, light to medium-weight body, a bouquet of peeled apples and a hint of toasted oak. The brandy's palate leads off with the delightfully tart flavor of apple cider, followed by notes of toffee, caramel and oak. The finish is warming and of medium duration.
In 1698 Alexander Laird, a County Fife Scotsman, emigrated from Scotland to America aboard the ship the Caledonia, accompanied by his sons Thomas and William. For almost 300 years, the art of producing Applejack has been passed down through succeeding generations of the Laird Family. Eighth generation Larrie W. Laird is now president of Laird & Company and heads America’s oldest family of distillers.