Last year, Wyoming Whiskey released their first National Parks Edition and contributed over $120,000 to the National Park Foundation.
The second edition Bourbon marks the 150th anniversary of the glorious Yellowstone National Park, with Wyoming Whiskey donating $150,000 to Yellowstone Forever.
They focus on wildlife conservation, maintain the trails and create new ones, and work on making the park as efficient and environment-friendly as possible.
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The second edition of Wyoming Whiskey National Parks is a limited and Straight Bourbon crafted from 68% corn, 20% wheat, and 12% malted barley. All grains are grown locally and sustainably and are non-GMO. The water comes from a nearby limestone well and has not seen the light of day in over six millennia.
Wyoming Whiskey donates $5 to Yellowstone Forever for each bottle sold.Buy a bottle
The bouquet opens with notes of sandalwood, peach, and orange cream, introducing us to the palate that offers heavenly and smooth flavors of toffee, salted caramel, marzipan buttercream, and browned spices. The finish is zesty and citrusy, with a classy outro of black pepper and leather.
Yellowstone National Park covers 3,472 square miles, making it larger than Delaware.
More than half of the world’s geysers are in Yellowstone.
285 species of birds call Yellowstone their home.
You’ll count close to 300 waterfalls in the park.
It would take almost 11 days to hike every trail in the park.
We asked local Wyoming bartender Taylor Cedarholm to bring you two brand new cocktails with Wyoming Whiskey National Parks No.2. True to the brand, one is closed-loop and one is inspired by Yellowstone.
Combine all ingredients together with ice, stir, pour over a large cube. Garnish with either an orange slice or rosemary sprig.
The Mead Family came to the town of Kirby in 1890 and had been ranching ever since. Brad and Kate Mead established Wyoming Whiskey to create the state's first premium sipping Whiskey, using regional ingredients and crystalline water from an ancient spring.Learn more
Closed-loop cocktails are a more sustainable sort of drink inspired by the principles of minimal waste. The idea is to use all parts of the ingredients - turning lemon husks into a syrup, fermenting fruit leftovers, making a coffee distillate from coffee grounds, and so on.