Thursday, January 12, 2017


Wyoming Whiskey, has announced the release of the latest batch of its Single Barrel Bourbon, which follows on from their hugely successful first two batches, which sold out upon release in November 2015.

Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel Bourbon (44% ABV) was matured for five years and hand selected by Head Distiller Sam Mead and Master Blender Nancy Fraley.

Wyoming Whiskey - Single Barrel Bourbon

This latest release from the Kirby based distillery, which uses only Wyoming sourced grains, is said to deliver notes of browned butter, cola, blackcurrant, dried dates, orange citrus blossoms, bittersweet dark chocolate, and almond butter on the nose. Followed by notes of cola, dark chocolate, buttered pastry, dried dates, figs, raisins and orange citrus on the palate.

Wyoming Whiskey says it has a simple goal “to create America’s next great bourbon.” The company and product is a collaboration between its partners and 97,818 square miles of Wyoming. The Mead family first came to Wyoming as ranchers in 1890 and the state defines them, and their whiskey. They use non-GMO corn, wheat, barley, and water from the Big Horn Basin and promote Wyoming’s natural and human resources, with its 100% Wyoming whiskey.

Commenting on the news, David DeFazio, Co-Founder and COO at Wyoming Whiskey, said: “This Single Barrel release has been highly anticipated since our 2015 bottles sold out so quickly.  This is the bottle that you hide from your friends.  My dad doesn’t ask for much, but he asks for this.”

Limited to 400 cases, Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel Bourbon, is now available from specialist retailers in Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Wisconsin and Wyoming for a RRP of $59.99.

Posted by Steve Rush