American Whiskey

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Washington- Pays great homage to traditional scotch while representing full Pacific Northwest flavors. Learn More

Kentucky- Made in the traditional style of Kentucky Ryes delivering bold flavors of pepper and tobacco with a long fruit and sweetly spiced finish. Learn More

When rye comes off the still it is sweet, grassy, and floral. A traditional “spicy” characteristic all come from the barrel. With this whiskey, our goal was to lightly oak the rye distillate in our 7-year bourbon barrels with added fresh oak and applewood staves. This is a light, tropical “summer” rye and makes for some great cocktails. A good bitter, or a splash of vermouth or ginger beer goes a long way. Learn More

USA- A complex and subtle scent of honey, vanilla, and faint clover notes. The flavors reflect caramel, burnt orange and a whisper of smoke. The nose is rich and enticing Learn More

Oregon, USA- The mash bill is most similar to bourbon, however it is quite heavy on malted barley. Learn More

Rewriting whiskey history one sip at a time. Putting taste above all else, this bold flavored, yet always inviting creation has the spice of a high-rye mash bill with a dash of sweetness. Built on rich layers of spices and citrus, it’s mellow, smooth and well balanced. It’ll stand its ground mixed in craft cocktails and dyed-in-the-wool rye drinkers love it straight up. Finished with notes of sherry and port casks. Learn More

They welcome you to taste their first expression of grain to bottle whiskey. This double gold winner (2014 SF World Spirits Competition), un-aged, Michigan Rye possesses character beyond its years. Distilled from 100% locally grown rye grain from Wing Farms in Ann Arbor, Rye Dog possesses floral and citrus notes with a round mouth feel. Call it Rye Dog! Learn More

The deep copper glow of Tatoosh Rye Whiskey bodes well, and the aroma – a pepper-infused oak sprinkled with herbs, permeates the room as soon as the cork is off the bottle. The richness in the air is not belied in the glass, where an added hint of caramel and vanilla make it hard to resist that first sip. More surprises await, as the rich, spicy woodiness mellows into distinct white pepper finish, full and long, that springs a hint of strawberry as it recedes with a lingering note of toffee. Learn More

From a producer known for unusual spiced rums, here's an 11-yearold whiskey flavored with “double smoked” barrel staves. The aroma suggests brown sugar, marzipan and butterscotch. That brown sugar is echoed on the palate, along with oak and plenty of baking spice. The finish is long and a little hot, a cinnamon tingle dancing on the tip of the tongue. Learn More

After spending 9 years in American oak, the spirit was further matured in French oak barrels that previously held Napa Valley Bordeaux varietal red wine which added perfumed aromatics and rounded out the mouthfeel. The spirit was then tamed with pristine wine country water. Learn More

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Due to restrictive state laws and regulations, we are prohibited to ship to the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pensylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

For the states of Louisiana and New Hampshire, we are planning to obtain permits to be able to ship to these states.

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