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Name: Tincup American Whiskey
Origin: Colorado, USA
Tincup American Whiskey hails from Colorado and is the brainchild of Jess Graber, co-creator of Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey. Although, the two are created by the same people, they are very different in flavor. The process and recipes for the two are very different, which many would not expect.
Now this whiskey isn’t the Colorado product the website may suggests it is. Sure it has all the historic features and markings that give it the Rocky Mountain feel. The bottle features a tin cup, hence the name, that pays tribute to it’s origins. Decorated on the bottle are pick axes along with the initials of the company, which makes people think of the wild west that was once Colorado. It’s branded to appear like a product from Colorado, but is only cut in Colorado. The mash, which is a 64% corn, 32% rye…
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