Tincup American Whiskey has introduced the newest expression in its family: Tincup 10.
Tincup 10 is a blend of rye, corn and malted barley, aged 10 years in American oak barrels with a #3 char.
The Tincup 10 bottle design mirrors its predecessor with a hexagonal shape embossed with mountain references and a new black and red label. The signature Tincup metal cap is also found atop the bottle, inspired by tin cups used by miners in the old Rocky Mountain mining town of Tin Cup, Colorado.
On the nose for Tincup 10 are notes of cinnamon, pine, honey, and freshly cut grass, the company says. The palate contains sweet pepper, leather and raisins, before a finish of caramel and biscuits.
Tincup 10 is bottled at 42% ABV/84 proof and is available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $54.99 per 750-ml. bottle.