Wander With Us
This is where we share our stories of making American single malt whiskey in the Pacific Northwest and of our adventures at the Farm and beyond.
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Founder’s Reserve EG HH10 is our first ever cask-strength, single barrel, American single malt whiskey. It is special, rare and, in our opinion, very, very good.
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Total Wine has added Wanderback Batch No. 2 American single malt whiskey to their online store with in-store or curbside, contactless pick up.
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Total Wine has added Wanderback Batch No. 2 American single malt whiskey to their online store. Can you leave a review for us?
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Did you know up to 70% of the final flavors and fragrances found in whiskey are formed within the relationship between the new make spirit and the wood. Her'es an easily digestible read on this tremendously multivarite process on the science of barrel aging whiskey.