Crafted alongside master distiller Marko Karakasevic in Northern California, the first run includes whiskey distilled from stout beer and aged in French oak barrels for eight years, a five-year-old pilsner whiskey aged in Char 3 New American oak barrels, and a rye whiskey. The unique blend is distilled in a rare alambic pot still from Cognac, France, and lightly-filtered with the mineral rich water of Sonoma County, resulting in sweet and citrusy smells with hints of nutmeg and allspice, and a flavor that mixes toasted vanilla, oak, dark chocolate and cappuccino. Finally, each French-cut glass bottle is wrapped in Italian sheepskin leather and topped with a maple wood cork.
Wolves’ first run of whiskey, nicknamed “a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” is limited to 898 bottles and is retailing for $150 USD at Flaviar.com.
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