Sunday, May 19, 2019

Old Santa Fe Trail Bourbon

Approximately 2 1/2 years after making their initial distilling runs and barreling their new-make, distillers Brian Langwell and Mike Medina just released their initial batch of bourbon, Old Sante Fe Trail Straight Bourbon Whiskey on Saturday, May 18th. Aged for two years in new charred oak barrels, New Mexico's first straight bourbon is a high rye mashbill (70% roasted New Mexico blue corn, 30% rye) that comes in at 90 proof (45% alc./vol.). Released by Langwell and Medina's Left Turn Distilling, the bourbon will add to their already impressive line of spirits that includes La Luz Vodka, Brothers Old Tom Gin, Rojo Piñon Rum, NM Blue Corn Whiskey and a barrel-aged gin. Available only at the distillery for now, a 750 ml bottle will run you $59.95 with tax.

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