Review: Colorado Tin Cup American Whiskey / by Jason Hambrey

New Charred Oak
64% Corn, 32% Rye, 14% Malted Barley
Distiller MGP (Indiance) & Stranahan's (Colorado)

This is a blend of mostly sourced MGP whiskey from Indiana but also containing some of Stranahan's whiskey as well.  Kudos to the brand for discussing their sourcing.

Review (2017)

  • Batch: N/A

  • Bottling Code: L515511518

  • Bottling Date: ~2016

Sweet, spicy, and dry on the nose with corn, oak, caramel, jalapeno, and rich vanilla. The palate is rich and sweet, with some nice minerality and lots of corn, light floral rye, celery seed, maple, and oaky spices. The finish is sweet, with earthiness, chanterelles, caramel, and a bit more celery spice and minerality.  It’s simple, but it’s really easy to drink. A great casual whisky.

Value: Average, at $40.