What’s you definition of day drinking ?
If you don’t have one, Treaty Oak Distilling out of Dripping Springs, TX, wants to help you with that problem with their Treaty Oak Distilling The Day Drinker .
Treaty Oak Distillery is named after the famous 500-year old tree in Austin, under which Stephen F. Austin signed agreements defining the borders of Texas
We were lucky and got to visit this amazing craft distillery in the Texas hill country and grab a bottle of The Day Drinker.
Hope you enjoy Jim and Mike’s review. Be sure to check out the podcast episode on your favorite platform for more information. Cheers!
Tasting Note: The Day Drinker
Vital Stats: It’s a 80 proof Texas bourbon whiskey that has been aged for at least 12 months in the hot Texas sun. It has a mashbill of 57% Corn, 32% Wheat, 11% Barley and has an MSRP of $23.
Appearance: Squared and tall with a screw cap. It’s got golden honey whiskey inside.
Nose: Floral with some spice. Hint of artificial banana and sweet tea. Lots of cinnamon.
Palate: Light sweetness with lots of spice and honeycomb cereal . Light, airy and refreshing with a cinnamon toothpick.
Finish: Soft medium with a nice Texas hug.
Overall: For the price this is an easy drinker that can be dangerous. It goes down smooth and is perfect for a beautiful spring day or the heat of summer. It’s a buy for us.