TINCUP Whiskey Celebrates Colorado 14ers With Limited Run Bourbon

TINCUP Whiskey Celebrates Colorado 14ers With Limited Run Bourbon

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TINCUP Whiskey Celebrates Colorado 14ers With Limited Run Bourbon

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Looking to grab a quality bottle of whiskey to sip during the holiday season? Well, I highly recommend you head on out to your local liquor purveyor and pick up a bottle of the new limited edition TINCUP Fourteener Bourbon Whiskey (better hurry up, limited supply only).

TINCUP has long been a staple on my liquor shelf, and I’m super stoked to try their new 14year aged bourbon whiskey featuring the iconic Long’s Peak on the label.

All TINCUP bottles are topped by…you guessed it, a tin cup. This neat little detail is a nod to the whiskey drinking miners of historic Colorado who would replace their dried out bottle corks with a bit of tin to help ensure a tight seal. Resourceful drinkers, love it. 

As an added incentive for all us environmentally minded whiskey connoisseurs, TINCUP is donating $14,000 to the Colorado Fourteener Initiative’s “AdoptaPeak” Program that helps preserve and restore trails. Drink whiskey, help maintain the great outdoors….WIN WIN.

If you’re looking gift a bottle of TINCUP Fourteener and want a nice little added touch, consider picking up one of their avalanche rescue dog calendars. All proceeds of the calendar go directly to Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment avalanche rescue programs in the Rocky Mountains. 

PRESS RELEASE: 

TINCUP Mountain Whiskey, a classic American whiskey inspired by the great outdoors, today announces its oldest whiskey to date TINCUP Fourteener Bourbon Whiskey. To celebrate TINCUP’s roots in Colorado and pay tribute to the adventures that take place above 14,000 feet, TINCUP Fourteener is a 14year aged bourbon whiskey. It is the first in an annual limitededition release that will be available only while supplies last.
TINCUP Fourteener is a straight bourbon aged for fourteen years in new white American oak barrels, then cut to proof with awardwinning Eldorado Springs water. Located just outside of Boulder, Colorado, Eldorado Springs is one of the most unique water sources and voted the secondbest tasting water in the world.
The result is a rich, smooth spirit that has a nose of warm vanilla, sugar cookie, and sweet syrupy notes. On the palate is caramel and fruity apricot before a mediumlong finish with candied vanilla. Colorado is home to 58 mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet, and TINCUP Fourteener Bourbon Whiskey is part of a new 14yearold whiskey series commemorating these iconic 14er mountains.
Featuring Long’s Peak illustrated on the bottle, this first release celebrates the 14ers in the famous Front Range” of the Rocky Mountains, with plans for future releases to highlight other 14er mountain ranges in Colorado.
“I’m so excited for TINCUP fans to try this new aged bourbon whiskey. Not only does Fourteener’s name pay homage to the rugged peaks that dot its home state of Colorado, it truly embodies our spirit of adventure. If you’ve ever been on the top of a14er, you know it’s truly something to celebrate.” –Jess Graber, founder of TINCUP Whiskey
As part of the TINCUP Fourteener Bourbon Whiskey Series, TINCUP is donating $14,000 to the Colorado Fourteener Initiative (CFI), where funds will be part of CFI’s “AdoptaPeak” Program that helps preserve and restore trails, ensuring hikers have the opportunity to continue these adventures in the future.    

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