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TINCUP RYE

TASTING NOTES

Color

Golden Amber

Aroma

Sweet vanilla and fresh tobacco

Palate

Smooth, bold and even spice

Finish

Lingering caramel and silky tannic mouthfeel

Gold Fasioned

In the fall of 1860, legendary prospecter Jim Taylor got himself interested in a mysterious gulch, west of the continental divide. While searching for a lost horse, Taylor saw some promising gravel and carried it out in his tin cup. The gravel contained gold-and that gulch became known as Tin Cup.

Ingredients

2 OZ. TINCUP RYE WHISKEY

2 DASHES ANGOSTURA BITTERS

2 DASHES ORANGE BITTERS

1 SUGAR CUBE

Instructions

Stir everything with ice and strain into an Old Fashioned glass over a big, fresh ice cube. Twist an orange peel over the glass and use it for garnish.

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