Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey has launched the 10th release in their Distiller’s Experimental Series, the Cold Brew Cut. It’s part of a rotating series of rare whiskey experiments created by the Stranahan’s Distillery team.
A statement from the brand noted that this expression started life as a Stranahan’s American Single Malt, aged for 6 years and 2 months in virgin oak barrels with char #3.
When it came to finishing the distillate, instead of being cut to the brand’s usual 94 proof using Eldorado Spring Water, the whiskey was cut with cold brew coffee from local roaster Cooper Door Coffee.
Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey has launched the 10th release in their Distiller’s Experimental Series, the Cold Brew Cut. It’s part of a rotating series of rare whiskey experiments created by the Stranahan’s Distillery team. (image via Stranahan’s)
Cooper Door is a female-owned, Denver coffee roaster. And their cold brew that was used features Copper Door’s “Four Sisters” Espresso beans, a blend from three distinct coffee growing regions … Colombia, Brazil, and Guatemala.
The distiller noted that this small batch, experimental release was distilled from 100% malted barley and was made at Stranahan’s Colorado distillery. The whiskey itself features caramel and pecans on the nose, with a palate of chocolate ganache and pink peppercorn. It finishes of sweet marzipan.
Stranahan’s Distiller’s Experimental Series: Cold Brew Cut clocks in at 47% ABV, 94 proof. It’s only available at Stranahan’s Distillery in Denver, while supplies last, for a suggested price of $44.99 per 375ml bottle.
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