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WHISKEY

 
 

RED HANDED BOURBON WHISKEY

 
 
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CAUGHT RED HANDED

 
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CAUGHT RED HANDED


Many traditional whiskey makers would let you believe they make all their own spirits when they don’t.  Tradition isn’t truth—but it is a great place to start finding the truth. At Treaty Oak we believe in transparency.  We’re proud to say Red Handed Bourbon and Red Handed Rye are blends.  We’re proud because the way we blend and finish them is in keeping with the convergence of sources and styles that typifies everything Treaty Oak produces.  It’s the way we soak up cultural influences and distill them into a flavor that bends tradition toward today. 

A batch of Red Handed Bourbon is 20 percent four-year-old Davis Valley Distillery Bourbon, from Virginia, for starters. Then the magical thinking begins. We add 66 percent corn, 14 percent rye and 20% barley.  Why?  Because we have spent years adjusting, re-thinking, finishing and sampling.  Because we’ve brought people with divergent influences and built them into convergent ideas. 

 

TASTING NOTES


NOSE — Woody, rich pepper tones


PALATE — Fruity flavors with cherry and green apple crispness.


FINISH — High Rye component adds a complementary spice.

 

AWARDS


2012 LoremMicroLiquor Spirit Awards

2012 — Lorem: Beverage Tasting Institute

2013 LoremBeverly Hills World Spirits Competition

 

PROOF

47.5% BY VOL (95 PROOF)

VOLUME

750 ML

BOTTLED IN

DRIPPING SPRINGS, TX

DISTILLED in

KENTUCKY & VIRGINIA

INGREDIENTS

LOREM, IPSUM, AMET SET, ULER APIC.

 

COCKTAIL RECIPES


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HILL COUNTRY BOURBON HIGHBALL – SEE RECIPE

 
 
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HILL COUNTRY BOURBON HIGHBALL – SEE RECIPE

 
 

FOR MORE RECIPES SEE OUR RECIPES PAGE:

 
 
 
 
 
 
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RED HANDED BOURBON WHISKEY

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GHOST HILL TEXAS BOURBON WHISKEY

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RED HANDED RYE WHISKEY

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