Borrowed Page - American Whiskey Vol. 2

$75.89

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Distiller

American Mash & Grain

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Description

Borrowed Page Volume 2 is the second release in a limited release series. A partnership between American Mash & Grain and the craft whiskey distilleries we’ve featured on our site. Each volume will be different from the last, weaving the tale of a uniquely American collaboration, a blending of culture, craft, and passion that honors its makers and hopes to move the story of American Whiskey forward.

 


Volume 2 was blended in partnership with whiskey influencer and connoisseur, Ryan Mills
(@thatoneduderyan).

 


"Our goal is to challenge the idea of what American whiskey is and can be while highlighting some of the best craft producers around the country. We are so proud of the reception we received for Borrowed Page Volume 1, and are thrilled to keep pushing the boundaries with the release of Volume 2." – Devin Ershow, CEO American Mash & Grain

 


“We are in the midst of a renaissance for American whiskey. Craft distillers from across the country are leading the charge in redefining what it means to be ‘American whiskey’. We are excited and honored to get to partner with these amazing craft whiskey producers to continue push the envelope for America’s native spirit with this uniquely craft and uniquely American blend.” – Chase Langdon, COO American Mash & Grain

 


About Volume 2
Volume 2 is a blend of American single malt, American single pot and rye whiskey. It’s 110 proof and just over 900 bottles were produced. For the first time, Borrowed Page will now be available in both full format 750ml bottles, and half size 375ml bottles.

 

 

 

38% Virginia Distillery, Lovingston, VA (American Single Malt)
27% Cuvee Cask Single Malt
11% Sherry Cask Single Malt

"As a distillery that focuses 100% on American single malt, we love projects that allow us to explore unique ways of showcasing the diversity and adaptability of our whisky. In that vein, partnering with American Mash & Grain, and other American whisky distilleries, on Borrowed Page #2 is a really exciting project for us. We strongly support their mission to advance the narrative of American Whiskey through highlighting and empowering independent craft producers across the country and are thrilled to be a part of this release."- Gareth Moore, CEO Virginia Distillery

 

 

 

 

 

37% Mammoth Distilling, Adrian MI (Woolly Rye)
“Mammoth Distilling could not be more excited to be included in the latest release of Borrowed Page. The team at American Mash and Grain has proven to be as astute at whiskey blending as they are at telling the stories of the whiskies they feature. We’re big fans of their irreverent and collaborative approach to whiskey blending.” \\\\\- Ari Sussman, Head Distiller Mammoth Distilling


25% Talnua Distillery, Arvada CO (Single Pot Still)
“I’m really excited to have had the opportunity to be a part of this blend, especially with Virginia Distillery Company and Mammoth Distilling, two amazing distilleries that I really respect. The blending between American Mash & Grain and Ryan Mills (@thatoneduderyan) really showcased the strengths of each distillery’s whiskeys and resulted with an absolutely beautiful expression. We are so proud to be part of this project!” - Patrick Miller, Head Distiller Talnua Distillery
Tasting Notes:
Nose: Strawberry, Plums, Banana Bread, Vanilla, Dark Chocolate
Palate: The mouthfeel is buttery and rich with a nice balance of sweetness and spice up front with hints of vanilla, pepper and grilled peaches. The vanilla and pepper spice grow more intense through the midpalate settling into a long finish with dark chocolate, malt, and oak.  

 

 

About American Mash & Grain
American Mash & Grain is an award-winning company dedicated to expanding the profile of American craft whiskey. We believe that whiskey is about stories. We want to tell them.

 

 

Style

American Whiskey

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ABV

69.5 %

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