Legend tells of forgotten barrels of whiskey tucked away in the back rooms of distilleries and rickhouses. These lost treasures sit there and age for years, sometimes even decades, until a company like Orphan Barrel Whiskey comes along to share these rare and delicious drinks with the world.
To make sure these orphan barrel whiskies get the care they deserve, every batch is hand-bottled in Tullahoma, Tennessee. The thing about orphan barrels is that when they're gone, they're gone for good. So if you're interested in trying some products from Orphan Barrel Whiskey, you'll want to make sure you get them when they're available.
For a drink that's long and dry, go for Forged Oak, which was found in the historic Stitzel-Weller rickhouses, where it spent 15 years aging in charred American white oak barrels. The incredible Lost Prophet was found in rickhouses in Shively, Kentucky, after spending 22 years in charred American white oak barrels. During that time, it picked up notes of leather and spiced vanilla to give it a smoky and sweet finish.