From the name to the cap, everything is inspired by the once prominent mining town Tincup in Gunninson County, Colorado. The tincup that comes attached to the top of the bottle was inspired by the same pale miners would drink from through the work day. If you're someone who waffles between bourbon and rye whiskey, this one would be a great option at a wonderful price point. Although it's a bourbon, it's made with a higher percentage of rye (32%) than you're typical bourbon, which presents itself less on the nose and more on the palate. Give it a shot, at the very least you'll walk away with a new shot glass.
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W&W Rating: 3.2 / 5