Barrel #59

A lemon-honey nose with hints of fresh hazelnut and, as it opens, fresh peat. Lightly sweet taste up front with butter, caramel and malty notes. Dries quickly on the tongue, with hints of smoke that come across tart and tannic.

Barrel #63

This is an exclusive bottling for Hazel's Beverage World in Boulder and is only available at their location.

Barrel #58

Light, fruity nose that has mild hints of caramel, white wine and, as it opens, peat. Mouthfeel is smooth and creamy with oak and butterscotch on the front palate. Prominent vanilla cream soda finish, lingering pleasantly as sweet brown sugar.

Barrel #57

Dusty nose that opens up to notes of brown sugar and fresh oak. Flavor is spicy up front, and then transitions to notes that are tangy, earthy and malty. Medium body, finishing with notes of unsweetened cocoa and charred oak.

Barrel #56

Nose is mild and sweet initially and opens up to aromas of vanilla, oak and raisin. Taste is sweet, with notes of brown sugar and honey; smooth, silky mouthfeel that dries slightly near the end. Lingering flavors of fresh oak and vanilla.

Barrel #54

Nose has notes of caramel, toasted oak and fig. Flavors are sweet, with a mixture of candied orange, brown sugar and honey. Finish is just dry enough to make you want to take another sip, with brown sugar on the exhale.

Barrel #53

Herbal nose with hints of eucalyptus and oak. Taste is complex, with an initial sweetness that gives way to herbal earthiness and a very light cinnamon spice. Light-bodied with a sweet, lingering finish.

Barrel #52

Nose is sweet, with notes of green apple and butterscotch. Mild, sweet and buttery initial taste with a full, coating mouthfeel. Later flavors are earthier, with a barely perceptible hint of smoke and the finish is quick and bright.

Barrel #50

Earthy, malt-forward nose with hints of honey. Taste is smooth and sweet, with notes of stone fruit, honey and charred wood; a quick spike of black pepper, then finishes with lingering flavors of demerara sugar.

Barrel #49

Earthy and herbal nose with slightly nutty tones as the whisky opens; soft, smooth initial flavors of honey and caramel that expand to vanilla and white pepper. Woody cinnamon finish that mellows on the exhale.

Barrel #48

Woody, earthy and marginally peaty nose with a medium, smooth and sweet body. Hints of honey and caramel lead to a mild woody spice finish.

Barrel #47

Sweet herbal and honey nose. Smooth and easy-drinking, with a light body and sweet woody vanilla notes. Finish is mildly spicy, but lingering flavors are smooth and sweet.

Barrel #46

Mild oak nose that, once open, hints at smoke. Cocoa and creamy mouthfeel that dries quickly, then smooths out with a lingering brown sugar finish.

Barrel #44

Mild, sweet oak nose. Mouthfeel is buttery, with a dark brown sugar and mild clove sweetness. Sweet, smooth and light finish with honey overtones lingers on the palate.

Barrel #43

Big vanilla nose with fruity undertones. Smooth, medium body with hints mid-palate of fresh oak and baking chocolate. Quick, dry and slightly spicy finish.

Barrel #42

Nose has hints of citrus zest, brown sugar and oak. Initial flavor is both dry and rich, with flavors of molasses and cinnamon-like woody characters. Herbal finish, with hints of clove.

Barrel #41

Fruity nose with hints of peach and apricot. Flavor starts out smooth with molasses and candied cherry notes, then gives way to a slightly drier woody spiciness. Finish is soft with slight traces of honey.

Barrel #38

 Sweet oak nose with honey notes. Flavor starts with a mild, smooth and buttery taste and dries out mid-sip. Lingering flavors of brown sugar and oak.

Barrel #37

A complex nose that is both sweet and slightly tart. Mouthfeel is buttery and full; flavor is mellow and easy-drinking, with the Spirit Hound house flavors of honey, oak and vanilla. Finishes sweet and mild.

Barrel #36/39

Our first – and so far, only –blend! Pleasant fresh-cut oak nose; buttery and creamy mouthfeel with notes of caramel and toasted malt.