About Crooked Water Minneapple Bourbon & Port Wine Casks Finish Apple Brandy
Heather Manley was enamored with the spirits industry and the potential for innovation that it held. In 2013, she founded Crooked Water and partnered with the award-winning Yahara Bay Distillery in Madison, Wisconsin. Several years later, the lineup that started with a port cask-finished bourbon has expanded to include rye, vodka, gin, brandy, liqueur, and ready-to-pour cocktails. Mineapple is an apple brandy that is made from Honeycrisp apples (the official state fruit of Minnesota), then finished in first-fill bourbon casks and first-fill port wine barrels. Bottled at 86 proof, it's a modern take on apple brandy that's smooth and perfect for any season ― though it does scream "Fall".
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About Crooked Water
Crooked Water Spirits adheres to three fundamental traits: Quality, Innovation and the Experience. Dedicated to delivering products that exceed expectations producing unique recipes, cask finishing, aging and more. Their signature high proof spirits that are distinctively designed to heighten the drinking experience while raising expectations.
When Heather founded Crooked Spirits in 2013, she set out to produce a craft spirit that is approachable yet high quality. Old Hell Roaring is a robust double barelled bourbon at its best, created using a proprietary complex, multi-hour toasting and smoking process. This technique delivers an intensely beautiful experience with rounded notes of deep vanilla, burnt caramel and smoldering campfire. Welcome to Old Hell Roaring, a labor of love.
Brandy is typically produced from distilled wine and other fermented fruit juices like apples, pears, and other sweet fruits.
It is a perfect after-dinner digestif served neat or slightly warmed by holding the glass with your hands.
The kick can vary between 70-120 proof, and it gets its flavor from aging in wooden casks.
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