James Cree was a Scottish whisky maker who married John Crabbie’s daughter Agnes in 1853.
In 1888 he moved to New Mexico to look after his investment in a cattle ranch that became the ‘VV’ ranch
His ranch manager was the famous Pat Garrett, lawman and bartended renowned for killing Billy the Kid.
Distilled from a mash bill comprising 80% corn, 10% rye and 10% barley.
Lincoln County process filtered - new make whiskey is filtered through sugar maple charcoal prior to entering barrels for aging. This helps mellow and smooth the whiskey resulting in a rich, creamy smooth taste.
Aged for 8 years in 53 US Gallon charred American new oak barrels.
Nose: Orange curd and buttery oak, with notes of sweet popcorn and caramel
Palate: Vanilla fudge, milk chocolate and toasty oak, with cinnamon and a crack of black pepper
Finish: Orange chocolate lingers on a creamy finish
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