One of Stranahan’s Rarest Whiskeys Returns at a Significantly Lower Price
Colorado distillery Stranahan’s, known for its American single malt whiskeys, announced Tuesday that it is re-releasing Stranahan’s Mountain Angel 10-Year, which the brand calls “one of their distillery’s rarest releases.”
Bottled at 90.2 proof, Stranahan’s Mountain Angel 10-Year is the brand’s third-ever American Single Malt aged 10 years.
Stranahan’s claims that this whiskey experiences angel’s share similar to a scotch twice its age due to Denver’s high altitude and dry climate.
This is the third batch of this whiskey to be released, and it’s available nationwide. This year for the first time, the whiskey’s price has been reduced from $129.99 to $99.99.
Stranahan’s Mountain Angel 10-Year Tasting Notes, Via the Brand
Nose: Candied apples, spicy pipe tobacco, with heavy leather notes
Taste: Velvety smooth, touches of rich tobacco and lingering pepper
Finish: Silky oak finish with hints of dark caramel and earthy spearmint
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