New York Metropolis-based Kings County Distillery has introduced the discharge of their new Espresso Whiskey.
An announcement from Kings County famous that this expression was made in collaboration with their Brooklyn Navy Yard neighbors, Parlor Espresso.
The brand new Espresso Whiskey is produced from a mix of Kings County’s whiskeys and Parlor’s ready-to-drink Chilly Brew.
”Whereas cocktail-making has advanced quickly over the past 20 years, we haven’t essentially seen that very same creativity translate to the backbar,” stated Kings County founder and distiller, Colin Spoelman. “Espresso, within the context of spirits and cocktails, nonetheless typically means one in all two issues: both syrupy espresso liqueurs, or using espresso itself as a part ingredient.”
He stated their mixing group imagined Espresso Whiskey as a more recent, higher expression of these ideas. “And, after a 12 months of analysis and improvement, it turned clear that we’d discovered an ideal match within the best-in-class Chilly Brew developed by our pals at Parlor Espresso.”
Parlor Espresso Co-Founder AJ Walzer stated they developed Parlor Chilly Brew with the assumption that a greater tasting beverage will all the time begin with higher substances. “Our pals and neighbors at Kings County share this perception, their dedication to their craft parallels our personal. When Kings County reached out to us with their idea to create a greater espresso whiskey, we had little question they’d obtain it, and we’re honored that they discovered our Chilly Brew as worthy of celebration as we do.”
The distiller’s notes describe this new whiskey as full of life, with tropical prime notes and chocolate undertones of Parlor’s Chilly Brew balanced with the sweetness and complexity of their house-made bourbon and corn whiskey.
The brand new Espresso Whiskey is on the market now on the distillery, then out to New York accounts and nationwide distributors. Every 750ml bottle clocks in at 40% ABV, and has 14 mg of caffeine per 1.5oz serving. It has a steered retail worth of about $45.
Kings County Distillery is one in all New York Metropolis’s oldest, based in 2010. They make bourbon, rye, and different whiskeys out of the 123-year-old Paymaster Constructing within the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
For extra data, try www.kingscountydistillery.com.