Meeting Creek

Single Malt Whisky

Tasting Notes

Style: New World Single Malt

ABV: 56.7%

Nose: Caramel and vanilla with chocolate, coconut and a bit of honey and spice.

Palette: Spicy barrel character with oak, vanilla and caramel. Chocolate and nutty with honey biscuit in the finish

Maturation: 40 months

Cask Types: #2 New American Oak,
#4 New American Oak

Mash Bill: 2-row, Amber, Crystal, Chocolate

Meeting Creek Single Malt Whisky is influenced by one of Troubled Monk’s core beers, Open Road American Brown Ale. A world class beer with wonderful roasty flavours. When head distiller, Garret Haynes, rewrote this recipe for distillation, he used Open Road’s mash bill for inspiration, increasing the quantity of the specialty malts so the notes of caramel, chocolate, and coffee would shine in the finished spirit.

Made with a combination of 2-row, amber, crystal, brown, and chocolate malts, this small batch whisky was matured for 40 months in #2 and #4 charred New American Oak barrels. It deserved to be bottled at barrel strength, so you can enjoy it at full flavour.