Redwood Empire Whiskey
Peggy Noe Stevens
Honeycomb and seasoning salt. Edgy piquant with a veil of lemon citrus. Pistachio and vanilla begin to beam.
Round mouthful of caramel and leather. Wood tannins are present, but a pineapple-pepper flavor dominates. Celery salt and light peach.
Robust finish that swarms the palate with oak and spice notes of clove. Lingers for days.
Bold and flavorful mouthfeel that sings a song of spice and oak.
Warm Harris tweed with apricot, crushed pecans, and a tiny bit of old book leather. Corner snack bar in a used book shop, perhaps.
Rye grass along with some light, fresh dillweed lead and are closely followed by the apricot from the nose and a pinch of black pepper.
Long and warm. The pepper trails off leaving behind a bit of sweet oak and a touch of fruit.
Use cautiously in a cocktail, since it will not seem as strong as it is.