Backwoods Whiskey is distil in Small Batches and in American Oak Barrels. This Craft Whiskey is best for the independent individual that is looking for a change. The selection of flavors give a one of a kind experience and has lingering notes sure to please. backwoods bourbon whiskey
In keeping with Backwoods tradition we have produced a “One of a kind Whiskey” Backwoods Whiskey is distil in Small Batches and in American Oak Barrels. Our Craft Whiskey is produce for the independent individual that is looking for a change. The selection of flavors give a one of a kind experience and has lingering notes sure to please.
Missouri- Seven year-old American made whiskey. 70 Proof. Produced in small batches using only the finest ingredients and flavors. Mix a shot in a glass of orange juice, with some cola and Kahlua, or in your favorite oatmeal stout!
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That local philosophy has also driven Backwoods’ approach to maturation. They only use casks that have previously contained Australian wines or spirits. Backwoods first rye whisky release, launched in August 2020, was a vatting of two ex-shiraz casks from the Barossa. While the first single malt is a marriage of four ex-tawny casks. But apera, shiraz, cabernet, various white wine casks, casks that previously held Australian whiskies (Upshot from Perth), and the much talked about native red gum barrels are all currently maturing Backwoods spirit.
With Backwoods rye whisky, Voyager’s approach is to give full room to shine. The mash bill Leigh ultimately settled on – 60% heritage rye, 25% pale malt, 10% wheat and 5% chocolate malt – is sourced from farms in NSW’s Riverina region (the single malt is also a mix of three different specialty malts).
Hard hit by Prohibition, for decades American Whiskey has been primarily thought of as a Southern staple rather than a world class spirit. Now whether you’re looking for a Rye, Bourbon, or even a Single Malt, you’ll find a large range from a number of distilleries. From North to South and from the Pacific to the Atlantic coasts.