Today is one of these days
Time on Oak
Finish Fresh, Soft Oak
Where Are You
Raiding Roger Sterling’s liquor cabinet with Don Draper as Roger closes a deal with Lucky Strike on Madison Avenue
Sitting comfortably on the riverbank watching a log drive along the Androscoggin in 1911
Waiting for Amelia Earhart to land in Londonderry, Northern Ireland as she crosses the Atlantic
Sipper, Comforting, Top Shelf, Storied
Did You Know
The average American oak tree harvested for barrels is 100 years old. A typical tree yields about two barrels.
By law, a barrel can be used just one time to distill bourbon in the US, even though these well-crafted barrels have a lifespan of up to 60 years.
Named after one of our most favorite Pink Floyd songs. This song has a skipping-like bass line that is unmistakable. This sweet traditional mead carries a similar bass note of wonderful honey, floral notes and of course - bourbon. Smooth and simple.
All of these bottles are hand numbered and in short supply!