Coming Spring 2019 – Cuervito Vivo Bourbon, Millville Malt Whiskey and Hamilton Smoke!
We have been working hard over the last year or so on reproducing the mash bill of a once top shelf Bourbon. We believe we finally have it down! The next step was to see how close our little pot stills could get to replicating the distillate which originally flowed from a 48 foot tall, 7 foot in diameter continuous column still. The “white dog”, “new make” or “entry” as the distillate was called in varies operations seems to be darn close to the gold standard we were aiming to duplicate. If the “entry”, as it was called here at the old distillery, is good the barrel will only make it better! So, now we wait to see if we have achieved the goal of replicating a lost top shelf Bourbon! We have coined it Cuervito Vivo!
Cuervito Vivo is our newest Bourbon, another barrel strength, single barrel nano batch Bourbon. Our vision for this Bourbon was to recreate the top shelf Bourbon once produced on the grounds we operate on today. We had the benefit of the insight of the last supervisor to manage this distillery. His nose has been the guiding light so to speak for the rebirth of this once mighty Bourbon. Our thanks go out to Bob for his friendship, and enthusiasm for great high quality no nonsense Bourbon.
Millville Malt, a malt whiskey, bottled at barrel strength, single barrel pot distilled with a light hint of peat. We named this creation in honor of the community which has been the home of great distilleries for almost 2 centuries! We are proud members of the Millville community and represent the values which make this region unique.
Hamilton Smoke, a single barrel, barrel strength, pot distilled Distilled Spirits Specialty (DSD) in the Hamilton Series, Hamilton Spirit, unaged pot distilled DSD, great as a mixer instead of Vodka, Tequila, Hamilton Dark, aged pot distilled DSD has underlying grain notes with the majority of the alcohol provided by cane. Hamilton Smoke follows in the legacy of these DSD beverages. Hamilton Smoke carries the underlying grains and smoky peat notes with the majority of the alcohol again provided by cane.