Old Hampshire Blended Applejack
When colonists were learning all the ways they could utilize their bounty of apples in the earliest days of New Hampshire, they discovered the process of “jacking,” which is a method that uses freezing to distill instead of steam (get your mind out of the gutter). Tamworth Distilling pays homage to this heritage with their applejack, which is made using 100 percent grown and pressed New Hampshire apples. The juice is fermented with wine yeast and then twice-distilled in an alembic still before it’s aged for two years in charred oak barrels. This gives it a deep color and flavor with warming notes of vanilla, clove, and cinnamon.
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