Tin Cup 10 Year Blended American Whiskey
The name "Tin Cup" is "a nod to Colorado's first whiskey drinkers — the miners that came through looking for gold and drank their whiskey out of tin cups," says Garber. "The cap works as a cup too — you can use it to share with friends.”
Only a few climb the mountain. Fewer still have the will to stay. Introducing TINCUP® 10, a newly-released expression that marries the bold, pure, untamed flavor of TINCUP® with a full decade of oak barrel aging.
Tincup 10 is crafted from a blend of rye, corn, and malted barley. Distilled in TINCUP’s classic style and aged for 10 years in American oak barrels with a #3 char, it is then cut with Rocky Mountain water for a smooth flavor profile.
Color: Dark amber hue
Nose: Cinnamon, pine, honey, freshly cut grass
Palate: Sweet pepper, leather, and raisins
Finish: Caramel and biscuits
TINCUP starts out as three ingredients: corn, rye and malted barley.
“High rye” bourbon is distilled in the grain belt of the Midwest where top-notch raw grain product is available for whiskey making.
Our whiskey is aged for a minimum of four years in charred American white oak barrels.
The taste of a whiskey largely depends on the quality of water used to cut it down to proof. This is why we cut our whiskey to proof with Rocky Mountain water, and bottle it in Colorado. The result is a smooth yet bold whiskey fit for enjoying with friends in the great outdoors.