Apple cider and apple juice galore, as the infusion of apple is highly noticeable. There are whispers of caramel, brown sugar and baking spices. The palate is like a sticky, caramel glazed red apple. Lots of butter and toffee, and hints of cinnamon. Fun and odd, this holds the middle between an apple brandy and a decent high-strength bourbon.
With a mashbill consisting of 55% corn, 30% rye and and 15% barley, this whiskey is aged from six to seven years in new, charred American oak barrels (char #4). The finishing process involves infusing the whiskey with dried apples and cinnamon which makes it an "Alabama-style" whiskey. It clocks in at 55% ABV.