Tuthilltown New York Corn Whiskey 375ml

SKU #1054071

Tuthilltown is currently the only American distiller making 100% corn whiskey and in no other spirit could it be more apparent. This "white" whiskey can call itself whiskey because it spends a brief week in barrel before being bottled. Made from a 400 year old heirloom variety of corn all locally grown near the distillery, the whiskey is deliciously smooth with a creamy palate of corn and subtle fruit. It is completely clear and without color. A very unique and interesting product that we are excited to be carrying.

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Price: $36.99

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Other Distilled Spirits

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United States

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New York

- Grape production is a significant part of this North Eastern state's agricultural economy. New York produces more wine than any other state in the US, with the exception of California. The wine market in New York City is also one of the world's most competitive, and this has inspired the growth of many small, private wineries throughout the state's producing regions (Finger Lakes, Lake Erie, and the Hudson River). Another interesting development is the introduction of an entirely new region along the eastern end of Long Island.