Tanner's Curse White Whiskey – Rye Mash
Reverend John Tanner, one of the first men to arrive in the Ohio Valley, established Tanner’s Station in Boone County, Kentucky in 1791.
The Tanner family had numerous run ins with native peoples throughout the years, most of these CURSED encounters were deadly for many of the Tanner descendants.
The Tanner’s Station name was changed to Petersburg, KY in 1818, but the legend of TANNER’S CURSE lives on.
In the spirit of those who came before us… “Made By Ghosts”
Notice a clear sparkle.
Heavy with oil and rye grains. Spicy but creamy like hot butter.
Gentle and clean, more oil and rye. Thick mouthfeel.
Medium-length, warm but not too hot, thick and oily. No burn. Light spice and more green fruit.