caramel
fire
cinnamon
oak
brown sugar
malted barley
baked bread
tropical
honey
Spiral Stranahan's Diamond Peak
Stranahan's
Diamond Peak
Tasting Notes
Appearance / Colour
Golden amber.
 
Smell / Nose / Aroma
Sturdy aroma of caramel, baked cinnamon bread, toffee and some oaky malt. 
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Cereals, tropical fruit with some sweet sugar like components. 
 
Finish
Creamy finish with some spices.
 


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Born from fire
 
Sometimes great things can happen when disaster strikes. Back in 1994 a small fire broke out in a barn that belonged to George Stranahan a beer brewer from outside of Denver. The one who came to help was Jess Graber a volunteer firefighter that not only saved the day but the two soon discovered that they share the same passion, love for outdoors and good ol’ fine Whiskey. It didn’t just stay at talk and soon after the first legal distillery in Colorado since prohibition was opened.
 
Taking the mountain surrounding to their advantage they not only use the pure water coming down from snowy peaks but also the Rocky Mountain Barley that delivers the smooth flavor on which they are especially proud.
 
The Stranahan’s Diamond Peak is a blend of only chosen Whiskeys that bare age of at least 4 years. Made from 100% malted barley and aged in new charred oak barrels this Whiskey is Stranahan’s Creme de la Creme and quite limited because of that. Hint: Don’t miss this one!
 
  • Style
    American Whiskey
  • Region
    Colorado
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    47.00%
  • Distillery
    Stranahan's
  • Bottler
    Stranahan's

Stranahan's

Diamond Peak

(0.75l, 47.00%)


8.6/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Stranahan's Diamond Peak
Joseph
Joseph,
This is like whiskey candy to my mouth.
anonymous
anonymous,
A true single malt. Smoke and vanilla nose (probably a mix of the honey & caramel) taste. Finishes with a bit of fire but very smooth.
Gary
Gary,
A great whisky
KC
KC,
Solid. Smooth. Just enough spice to make you remember that you still like spicy whiskey. Caramel is huge, honey and toffee notes, finishes with cinnamon. Bitter sweet but more on the bitter side in a very good way.
Nolan
Nolan,
Bold and flavorful
anonymous
anonymous,
Plenty of oak, finish of brown sugar. A little leather in there too. More mellow than regular Stranahans. Batch #002
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