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Tincup American Whiskey is made with a mashbill of rye, corn and malt, devised by Jess Graber - who's been playing around with distilling for the past 30 years and decided to make it his full time job. It's brought down to bottling strength using Colorado Rocky Mountain water. The name comes from gold miners in Colorado, who used to drink their whiskey from a tin cup - as such, the lid of Tincup American Whiskey can be used as a drinking vessel.
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@Old Fashioned Winner -- This isn't "bourbon." By American law, whiskey called "bourbon" can't have any additives, not even artificial colouring (which most scotches have). Tincup American Whiskey has had a small amount of American single malt whiskey added to it (Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey, specifically), hence the generic name "American Whiskey" being used in Tincup's name instead of the word "Bourbon."
19th December 2015
My absolute favourite bourbon at this price range. Smooth as you like with a fantastic balance of sweetness, spice and flavour. Consensus amongst friends is that it beats every other bourbon hands down in an Old Fashioned. On a completely superficial note even the hefty hexagonal bottle is brilliantly designed and unique; feels like you're holding something special in your hands.
18th December 2015