Traverse City Cherry Whisky

Vendor Traverse City
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Embark on a journey of flavor with Traverse City Cherry Whisky, a uniquely crafted spirit that encapsulates the essence of Michigan's renowned cherry orchards. Inspired by the bountiful harvests of Traverse City, this whisky offers a delightful fusion of rich bourbon and sweet cherry flavors, creating an unforgettable drinking experience.

Craftsmanship: Crafted with care and precision, Traverse City Cherry Whisky is a testament to the dedication of its makers. Only the finest ingredients are used in its production, including locally-sourced cherries and high-quality bourbon. The whisky is carefully blended and aged to perfection, allowing the flavors to meld and mature over time. The result is a spirit of unparalleled quality and character that pays homage to the rich agricultural heritage of Traverse City.

Uniqueness: What sets Traverse City Cherry Whisky apart is its distinctive flavor profile and innovative approach to whisky-making. By infusing bourbon with the natural sweetness of Traverse City cherries, this whisky offers a unique twist on a classic spirit. The result is a one-of-a-kind drinking experience that captures the essence of Michigan's cherry orchards in every sip.

Versatility: Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as part of a creative cocktail, Traverse City Cherry Whisky is sure to delight. Its versatile flavor profile makes it the perfect companion for any occasion, from casual gatherings to elegant soirées. Sip, savor, and experience the delicious taste of Traverse City cherries in every glass.

Experience Traverse City: Experience the beauty and bounty of Traverse City in every sip of Traverse City Cherry Whisky. With its rich flavor, smooth finish, and undeniable quality, this whisky invites you to indulge in the natural splendor of Michigan's cherry country. Raise a glass and toast to the abundance of nature and the spirit of Traverse City embodied in every drop.



Tasting Notes

Appearance: Traverse City Cherry Whisky presents a mesmerizing ruby-red hue, reminiscent of the vibrant cherries that dot the orchards of Traverse City.

Nose: The aroma is a delightful bouquet of ripe cherries, intertwined with the warm embrace of bourbon. Subtle notes of vanilla and caramel dance in the background, adding layers of complexity to the enticing fragrance.

Palate: Upon the first sip, Traverse City Cherry Whisky delights the palate with a burst of sweet cherry flavor, balanced by the smooth richness of bourbon. The marriage of fruity sweetness and oak-aged depth creates a harmonious symphony of taste. Hints of almond and spice emerge, adding intrigue and complexity to the palate experience.

Finish: The finish is luxuriously smooth, with lingering notes of cherries and a whisper of oak. Traverse City Cherry Whisky leaves a lasting impression, inviting another sip to savor the delightful fusion of flavors. A testament to craftsmanship and innovation, this whisky captures the essence of Traverse City's abundant cherry harvest in every sip.

Distillery Information

Bourbon must be distilled no higher than 160 proof, 80 percent alcohol-by-volume. Some whisky allows up to 90 percent alcohol-by-volume, but Bourbon does not. 160 proof Bourbon is as high as the proof can reach off the still.
Bourbon cannot be distilled at higher than 160 proof, and it must go into the barrel at 125 proof or lower. This keeps it from turning into a spirit more akin to vodka. Distillers add water to "proof it down" to 125 or less. At the time of bottling, bourbon cannot be lower than 80 proof.Although historians remain divided on exactly when bourbon was invented and where the name even derives from, we do know that Evan Williams opened the first commercial whiskey distillery in Louisville in 1783 — even before Kentucky was an official state — and that the 1800s were a booming time for the offbeat brown .In 2013, he launched Barrell Craft Spirits in Louisville, Kentucky, the epicenter of the American spirits industry. Instead of building his own distillery, Joe questioned the conventional wisdom and took a different course.
Most bourbons are distilled twice, usually once in a column still (beer still) which takes the strength up to approximately 50-60% abv and then again in direct heated copper pot stills known as 'doublers' (or 'thumpers' if the still is steam heated so emitting a thumping sound), which continue to remove fusil oils and ...
Bourbon is most often first distilled in a column-still and then distilled in a doubler or thumper, essentially an attached continuous pot-still. Traditional pot stills can be, and are used. Woodford Reserve uses a pot still for part of its makeup.Kentucky- Very Old Barton is a Kentucky straight bourbon that has been matured for an average of four to six years in charred, American oak casks before being bottled at 100 proof.