A.P. Hotaling & Co. Aromas of fresh rye bread, and brown sugar. Soft and pretty with coco nib and butterscotch candy. The rye brings a nice spice and cinnamon hit on the finish. D&M Tasting Notes
17% Old Potrero 18th Century Style Rye Whiskey, and 10% Old Potrero Port Finish Rye Whiskey, blended with sourced bourbon from Indiana.
Why no "e" in this American Whiskey? Because we are taking inspiration from the AP Hotaling bottles of American whisky from the late 1800s, he did not have an ‘e’ on any of his products back then.
J.H. Cutter represents the finest tradition of A.P. Hotaling’s heritage of blending and bottling the finest American Whiskies worthy of the Hotaling name. The J.H. Cutter name and bottle are inspired by the original J.H. Cutter Whisky, which was a product offered by A.P. Hotaling & Co. in the mid to late 1800s. Anson P. Hotaling arrived in San Francisco during the California Gold Rush, but like the vast majority, failed to make his fortune as a gold miner.
After working for a local liquor merchant, Hotaling found his true calling and opened his San Francisco wholesaler liquor business in 1865, under the name “A.P. Hotaling & Co.” A.P. Hotaling was the largest liquor wholesaler on the West Coast in the late 1800s, and the Hotaling warehouse in San Francisco famously survived the earthquake and fires in 1906. J.H. Cutter Whisky was one of Hotaling’s flagship brands and was a blend of some of the finest whiskies from the best producers in Kentucky and other parts of the United States. Distillery Notes
J.H Cutter American Whisky
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