Whiskey has been the drink of choice of many men in the past, and will be the drink of choice of many men in the future. It’s that simple. Tin Cup Whiskey is most certainly true to these roots. Tin Cup is derived from Tin Cup, Co, an old mining town on the western slope of the rocky mountains. Miner’s would drink out of tin cups, and that is where the town got its names, and inadvertently from the miners, the town is where the whiskey got its name. Tin Cup is a blend of corn, rye, and malted barley combined with pure rocky mountain water, giving off a bolder and spicier taste than most bourbons. Jess Graber, the inventor of Tin Cup Whiskey, has been a fan of Colorado and whiskey his whole life, so he decided to give the rest of the world a taste of Colorado through whiskey. With a 42% Alc/vol (84 proof), a good color of whiskey, and even a cooler bottle design, Tin Cup Whiskey is bound to be in the homes of many in the surrounding Colorado area.
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