Stranahan's Colorado Small Batch Whiskey (750ml)

SKU #1033433

If high-quality, unique whiskies are your bag, don't put off getting your hands on a bottle of Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey; Colorado's first small batch, hand-crafted whiskey that uses top-notch ingredients. The barley for Stranahan's is grown in the Northern Rockies and the water comes from the State's pure mountain streams. The distillery contracts with neighboring Flying Dog Brewery for its four-barley fermented mash, which then goes through a unique filtration program. Twice distilled in a custom Vendome Copper Co. pot still, aged in charred American white oak whiskey barrels for a minimum of two years.The resulting dram is sweet, with fruit and spice notes and is very smooth. Delish! 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This 100% malted barley spent two years in new charred oak and boasts an amber color, sweet caramel scent with a touch of coconut and juicy apple, and relatively dry flavors. What sets this whiskey apart is the remarkable deep cocoa and pronounced coffee finish and velvety, creamy mouthfeel, reminiscent of ice cream and root beer foam. An alcohol sting cuts through, but should temper over ice nicely." (03/11)

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By: Nicole Osmanski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/26/2015 | Send Email
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I love drinking the Stranahan’s because it smells like vacation to me – coconut, vanilla bean, banana, and gardenia. All those rich, fruity notes are balanced by lots of savory flavor on the palate too – like brown bread and light roast coffee. The coolest part for me was the crazy palate-coating texture. It sent me on a geek out search into the chill-filtering debate. Does it strip the whiskey of flavor? If the Stranahan’s complex flavor profile is any indication, I’d say yes! Keep those flavorful fatty molecules in my whiskey, please!

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Alcohol Content (%): 47