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The 3rd collectible release in the annual National Park Series, National Parks No.3 is a 5YO Straight Bourbon that is grander in ruggedness than its predecessor—just like the Tetons. This year’s label honors the Grand Teton National Park’s iconic Snake River.
Expect glimpses of orange honey, brown sugar, and toffee, with frequent spottings of hazelnut, pecan, and black tea.
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At a whopping 1,078 miles long, Snake River slowly meanders from its Wyoming source through the 310,000-acre Grand Teton National Park on its way to join the Columbia River in Washington state before taking a refreshing dip in the Pacific Ocean. Talk about making a splash!
Elk, mule deer, and bison flock to the Snake River like it's the hottest club in town. And the VIPs of this wilderness party? The bald eagles, swooping down from their tree-top penthouses to snatch up breakfast with the finesse of a master sushi chef.
Jackson locals claim that a chill ride down the Snake River is the smoothest thing since barrel-aged Bourbon. As you bob along in your vessel of choice, you'll be soaking up the mountains' grandeur and wildlife wonders like you're in a real-life Planet Earth episode. It's 'chillaxing' with a capital C.
When the river hits the Snake River Canyon in Idaho, things get very wild very fast. For 8 thrilling miles, the canyon walls hype the river into a wild party of rapids. With names like Lunch Counter, Rope, and the Big Kahuna, it's a foamy, spray-filled party that has kayakers lining up for the guest list!
Meet the Snake River's very own celebrity, the fine-spotted cutthroat trout, or as friends call it, "cutty." You can try your catch-and-release fishing luck all year round on the Snake River, but don’t expect the tight-lipped locals to reveal their favorite fishing spots any time soon.
Born in '09, Wyoming Whiskey is the state's first legal distillery. A bit unusual for a craft distiller, it ages its award-winning Spirits in 53-gallon barrels, soaking up Wyoming's rugged climate like a sponge.
The Mead family's passion and Steve Nally's (of Maker’s Mark fame) magic touch brewed up a Whiskey with a unique terroir twist that screams 'Wyoming' with every sip.