Originally Posted by Huntsman
This is a great photograph. That looks like cocobolo, which is not a common wood.
Thank you Huntsman. I really like the products from Art in the Age of. Their Root is a staple of my liquor cabinet as I love the balance between the bitterness and the ever so slight sweetness to go along with the nose. With the increased love for amaros in the last couple of years, I'm surprised this hasn't become more popular.
The Rhubarb is just perfectly summery, refreshing just with ice or with a splash of soda. There really is nothing else like their products on the market.
As to the wood, unfortunately I have no idea.
Originally Posted by Piobaire
It's like that latest and greatest US whisky that is actually made in Alberta Canada. We're just seeing in whisky what has been going in vodka for years.
Whistlepig Farms...just remembered the name.
I have recommended it before, and will continue to do so, but Alberta Premium's rye is one of the only 100% ryes produced in Canada, and their 10 year old Alberta Springs variant is only $23. It is my go-to for almost any whisky based cocktail. I dare say even better than Wiser's Pio.