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Wyoming Whiskey National Parks No. 2
Wyoming Whiskey

Wyoming Whiskey National Parks No. 2

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Artist Thomas Moran, a member of the Hayden Geological Survey of 1871, helped bring a faraway world of unimaginable natural wonder to life and impress the need for its protection. As America’s first National Park, Yellowstone’s wide open spaces and unique landscapes, like Tower Fall, continue to inspire and impress visitors today just as they have for 150 years. This limited edition whiskey honors Yellowstone’s 150th anniversary and supports Yellowstone Forever’s continued efforts to protect, preserve and enhance America’s first national park, forever.

For every bottle sold of Wyoming Whiskey National Parks No. 2, Wyoming Whiskey will donate $5 to support Yellowstone Forever in preserving Yellowstone National Park for the next generation of wonderers, wanderers, and explorers. 

Bottle Size: 750ml

    

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This product is only available for delivery in the following states: .

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Color

    Amber, goldenrod and toasted maize.
  • Nose

    Sandalwood with cane sugar, orange cream, peach and subtle notes of lemon peel.
  • Palate

    Marzipan buttercream, carrot cake, browned spices, hints of toffee and salted caramel.
  • Mouth Feel

    Ethereal, forward yet smooth with swelling dryness.
  • Finish

    Zesty orange and lemon, lingering oak, black pepper and leather.



"The 'Whiskey of the West' remains true to its commitment to protect America’s wide open spaces."


Origins

This limited edition release is a straight bourbon whiskey made from 68-percent corn, 20-percent wheat, and 12-percent malted barley. All grains are grown locally in Wyoming and are non-GMO. The water used to produce Wyoming Whiskey is also sourced from a local limestone aquifer that has not seen the light of day in over 6,000 years.