North Carolina’s Constitutional Spirits announced recently it is set to launch 2A Bourbon.
Owner Tim Oates said in a prepared statement that a portion of the bottle sales will go to raise awareness and support America’s military and first responders.
The whiskey itself has a mash bill of 70% corn, 21% rye, and 9% barley. His distiller notes show that on the nose, 2A Bourbon has aromas of brown sugar, caramel, and oak.
The palate tastes of brown sugar, toasted almonds, and cinnamon, with a hint of caramel. The finish is long, with a touch of oak and cinnamon bun.
“I am thrilled to introduce 2A Bourbon to the market,” Oates said. “This bourbon is not just about the great taste but also about giving back to the people who serve and protect our country and the constitution. We are excited to see how our support can positively impact these organizations and the people they serve.”
The 2A Bourbon bottle comes in a pistol case with a top that features bullets forming the letter “A” and a bridge between them with the number two.
Oates said that the product will be available for sale by early May, and will be available in 44 states through mail order. More information on how to find the bourbon will follow, he noted.
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