New Southern Revival Sorghum Whiskey

MADE BY HIGH WIRE DISTILLING IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

MOUTH SAYS...

Incredibly smooth with a lingering finish, this deep amber whiskey was inspired by one of Charleston's favorite desserts: local chef Mike Lata's signature sticky sorghum pudding. Sweet!

If you haven't spent much time South of the Mason Dixon, here's a little refresher: Sorghum is a grass – yes, a grass! – that's processed like sugarcane to produce sorghum syrup, a molasses-like sweetener that can be drizzled on biscuits, used to sweeten pancakes or stirred into cocktails.

This whiskey is part of High Wire's New Southern Revival brand, a series of spirits celebrating the diverse agricultural traditions of the American South. Distilled from 100% sorghum grown and hand-harvested on a Mennonite farm in central Tennessee, it's got notes of butterscotch, baked nectarines, vanilla and banana bread.

tip of the tongue

Head distiller Scott Blackwell knows his grains and his baked goods – pre-High Wire, he founded a highly successful natural and organic bakery. So sip this one neat or over a single large ice cube after dinner for a sweet taste of Southern terroir.

  • $78 for 750ml

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