The Pennsylvania Dutch came to America from Germany in the 17th century. This Dutch Malt Whiskey, made with traditional “Munich” style of malt, is a fitting tribute to those early pioneers whose rich traditions and enduring legacy still lives on today. Some of the first whiskey distilled in America hailed from this storied region, where what we ate and drank relied on what we planted and harvested. We’ve sourced our two-row barley from Deer Creek Malt House in Chester County, PA, for a depth of flavor only possible using traditional floor malting techniques. This malt has characteristics of caramelized nuts and toasted bread. A glass of New Liberty Dutch Malt whiskey begins with ripe fruit on the nose, followed by a subtle spice flavor that deepens to a lingering dark chocolate and coffee finish.