Taconic Rolling Hills Rum

Taconic Rolling Hills Rum

(0.75l, 40%)


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D-Rum roll please…

Taconic distillery calls Hudson Valley home. Surrounded by historic landmarks and bountiful farms, the Coughlin family set up shop in 2010, converting a portion of Laured Beef Farms into Rolling Hills. The whopping 113-acre farm proved to be a great segue into the local, Duchess County agribusiness market.

Hudson Valley is a fertile area in terms of gastro-culture. A richly historical, famed Wine-producing region, it is also home to a world-class culinary institute. Taconic prides itself on preserving a storied Bourbon Whiskey tradition. From George and Martha Washington’s home, to the Great Estates of the Vanderbilt's, Roosevelt's and Rockefeller's, “Bourbon Whiskey has been savored for generations.”

These Taconic hippies like their Spirits non-chill filtered and unadulterated to retain the Whiskeys true nature. They distill their Whiskeys below 160 proof and age them in Coopers Select, Char #3 new oak barrels made by the Independent Stave Company.

Taconic Distillery’s Rolling Hills Rum is distilled from sugarcane molasses and aged for two years in Bourbon barrels. The Rum gets its final beauty rest in recently emptied Taconic Distillery’s Founder Rye Whiskey barrels, finishing for a few months in them. The sugarcane elixir is then cut to 80 proof, with fresh spring water from the Taconic farm. A truly succulent Rum with rich vanilla, and caramel notes. 

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Golden bronzed copper

Nose / Aroma
Caramel, vanilla

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Caramel, rye, baking spice

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