Clyde May's Alabama Style Whiskey
Isn't it nice to know that some things are still true to their roots? Like Clyde May's Whiskey. Just one sip, and you can feel the wind rustling through those Alabama pines as Clyde clandestinely distilled his warm, amber nectar. Working in small batches with only the best local ingredients, like a hint of green apple, Clyde was creating craft whiskey in Alabama long before it would even be called that. Clyde May's. The Original Alabama Style Whiskey.
For hundreds of years, farmers took their excess produce and turned it into liquid gold to help supplement their income. It was a time-honored tradition and the Conecuh
Ridge is an area that was renowned for its illegal whiskey-making. At one point, Federal agencies said it had the heaviest concentration of stills in the US. So, Clyde
took to "branch farming" as he liked to call it.
Color: deep, glimmering bronze color with perfect clarity.
Aroma: The generous aromatics are loaded with rich caramel, dried orchard fruits, toffee, butterscotch, nutmeg, spicy rye notes, maple, and candied orange peel.
Taste: The palate is harmonious and seamless being dry with a pepper edge while offering enough viscosity to give the whiskey length and depth.
Finish: It finishes with a complex black pepper accent and hints of anise and toasted oak.
Comment: Sip it straight or make the best Manhattan you've ever had.
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