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Stillhouse Spirits announces limited release of spiced cherry whiskey

Published 27 October 2017

Stillhouse Spirits has announced the limited release of a new all-natural expression: Stillhouse Spiced Cherry Whiskey.

By infusing Stillhouse Original whiskey with a blend of holiday spices, bold black cherry and a hint of vanilla, Spiced Cherry is sure to become a fall favorite.

Spiced Cherry (69 proof / 34.5% ABV) joins Stillhouse's diverse portfolio of all-natural, gluten-free expressions that includes Original (80 proof / 40% ABV) Apple Crisp, Peach Tea, Coconut, Mint Chip and Red Hot whiskeys (69 proof / 34.5% ABV).

"We're proud to continue to expand the Stillhouse whiskey portfolio with the introduction of Spiced Cherry," said Brad Beckerman, Founder & CEO of Stillhouse Spirits Co. "Each of our whiskeys harness a unique persona and Spiced Cherry follows suit; it's perfectly smooth with just the right amount of tang."

Perfect for celebrated moments, Stillhouse is best enjoyed as an ice cold shot, on the rocks, or to create a distinct riff on some favorite classic cocktails. Stillhouse Spiced Cherry Cola - the easy to make, refreshing signature cocktail - is made by combining 2 ounces of Spiced Cherry Whiskey with 4 ounces of cola over ice, stirring and adding a lime for garnish. Spins on classics include: Stillhouse Spiced Cherry Chai (1 ounce Spiced Cherry Whiskey, 1 ounce milk or milk alternative, 1 ounce chai latte mix and honey to taste - served hot) and Stillhouse Spiced Cherry Old Fashioned (Spiced Cherry Whiskey mixed with bitters and simple syrup served over ice).

Stillhouse goes against the grain with its one-of-a-kind, daring red, unbreakable stainless steel can that goes where glass can't. The limited release Spiced Cherry is available in 750mL and can be purchased at select retailers and online at ReserveBar.



Source: Company Press Release