Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey

Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey

Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey

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Step into the timeless sophistication of the Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey, where classic elegance meets modern craftsmanship. Inspired by the golden age of cocktails and the iconic Studebaker automobiles, this whiskey embodies a refined yet adventurous spirit that transcends generations.

Exquisite Blend of Flavors: Crafted with care and precision, Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey is a symphony of flavors that delights the senses. A carefully curated blend of premium bourbon and rye whiskey lays the foundation for its distinctive taste profile. Notes of rich caramel, warm vanilla, and toasted oak mingle harmoniously, while subtle hints of spice add depth and complexity to each sip.

Smooth and Balanced: The hallmark of Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey is its unparalleled smoothness and balance. Meticulously aged in charred oak barrels, the whiskey develops a velvety texture that glides effortlessly across the palate. Each sip is a testament to the artistry of our master distillers, who have perfected the art of whiskey-making through generations of expertise.

Versatile Enjoyment: Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for your favorite cocktail, Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey offers versatile enjoyment for any occasion. Its versatile nature makes it equally suitable for sipping in a cozy lounge or raising a toast at a lively soirée. However you choose to indulge, Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey promises a memorable drinking experience.

An Ode to Heritage and Craftsmanship: Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey pays homage to the legacy of the Studebaker brand, renowned for its commitment to quality, innovation, and style. Like the iconic automobiles that inspired it, this whiskey is a testament to the enduring values of heritage and craftsmanship. Each bottle is a work of art, encapsulating the spirit of adventure and sophistication that defines the Studebaker legacy.

A Timeless Classic: Whether you're a seasoned whiskey aficionado or a newcomer to the world of spirits, Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey invites you to embark on a journey of taste and discovery. With its timeless appeal and exceptional quality, it's a whiskey that transcends trends and stands the test of time. Raise a glass to tradition, innovation, and the enduring allure of the Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey.

Appearance: A rich, amber hue reminiscent of a glowing sunset, with golden reflections that dance in the light, hinting at the depth and complexity within.

Nose: The aroma opens with inviting notes of caramelized sugar and warm vanilla, evoking memories of freshly baked pastries. Subtle hints of toasted oak and cinnamon emerge, adding layers of depth and intrigue to the bouquet.

Palate: On the palate, Studebaker Manhattan Whiskey delivers a luxurious mouthfeel, coating the tongue with velvety smoothness. Decadent flavors of toffee and dark chocolate dance in perfect harmony, accompanied by a delicate spiciness that tantalizes the senses. As the whiskey unfolds, nuances of dried fruits and roasted nuts emerge, adding complexity and depth to the experience.

Finish: The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering echoes of caramel and oak that leave a lasting impression. A touch of warmth lingers on the palate, inviting contemplation as the flavors slowly fade into the distance, like a whisper of a bygone era.

Studebaker started a blacksmith and wagon shop in South Bend in 1852 with his brother Henry. When John Mohler Studebaker joined his brothers in 1858, the company had attained prominence in helping to supply wagons to the booming agricultural market in the Midwest.The origins of the Studebaker Corporation date back to 1852, when brothers Henry and Clement Studebaker opened a blacksmith shop in South Bend, Indiana. Studebaker eventually became a leading manufacturer of horse-drawn wagons and supplied wagons to the U.S. Army during the Civil War.In November 1967, Studebaker was merged with the Worthington Corporation to form Studebaker-Worthington. The Studebaker name disappeared from the American business scene in 1979, when McGraw-Edison acquired Studebaker-Worthington, except for the still existing Studebaker Leasing, based in Jericho, NY.In 1967, Studebaker merged with Wagner Electric and then the Worthington Corp. to form Studebaker-Worthington. The name Studebaker disappeared in 1979 when McGraw-Edison bought the company.

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