Tuesday, January 08, 2019


The Catoctin Creek Distilling Company, has announced the launch of a bottled-in-bond rye bottling, as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations.

Rabble Rouser Rye Whisky – 4 Year Old Bottled-In-Bond (50% ABV) has been produced using a 100% rye mash.

Rabble Rouser Rye Whisky - 4 Year Old Bottled-In-Bond

This, the fourth bottling, from one of the Virginia based distillery’s most popular whisky brands, is said to deliver notes of clover honey, uncured bacon, deep earthy spice, sandalwood, white peaches, nectarines, peanuts and a hint of mesquite.

In addition to the Rabble Rouser Rye Whisky, Catoctin Creek has also announced the launch of a bottled in bond brandy; 1757 Virginia XO Brandy, which has been aging since 2010 in 53-gallon Bordeaux red-wine casks.

Although this is not the first time Catoctin Creek’s founding husband-and-wife-duo, Scott and Becky Harris have produced their 1757 Virginia Brandy, it will be the first release as a Bottled in Bond product.

Commenting on the news, Scott Harris, said: “From the very beginning of our company, we worked with local farmers and vintners to produce products that capture the rich flavor and heritage of our region. We are honoured to release this product for our 10th anniversary.”

Rabble Rouser Rye Whisky – 4 Year Old Bottled-In-Bond, will be available next month from the distillery and selected retailers in the US, for a RRP of £95.99 – 750ml.

Posted by Steve Rush