Three Whiskeys To Soothe Your Tax Day Blues

Taxpayer, heal thyself.

The most taxing day of the year is finally here. Whether you’re a last minute filer, or someone who sent in your taxes weeks ago, you’ve earned a break. And no matter what mood you’re in, we’ve got a whiskey to soothe your troubles.

Single Malt Whiskey

The Keep It Simple Whiskey

Taxes are complex, but your whiskey doesn’t have to be.

Oregon Single Malt Whiskey is mashed and distilled with just three ingredients; malt crafted from the Risk™ malting barley we grow at Rogue Farms in Tygh Valley, Oregon, plus our proprietary Pacman Yeast and Free Range Coastal Water.

Medium bodied and pure in flavor. It doesn’t get any simpler than this.

 

Dead Guy WhiskeyNorthwestern Comfort 

We blend four malts, including Risk™ and Dare™ malting barley we grow Rogue Farms, to create a liquid version of comfort food. We distill, ocean age in oak  barrels and bottle by hand Dead Guy Whiskey at our Rogue Distillery on the shores of Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon.

A fresh citrus aroma and a delicately sweet malt backbone, Dead Guy Whiskey pairs with pork, beef and light desserts. How much more comfort can you handle?

 

 

Rye WhiskeyA Tough Day Deserves A Tough Grain

Rye is a tough grain. It can grow under the most difficult conditions, the kind of soil and weather that makes other grains wither and die. It’s the Rogue of grain.

That toughness translates into a spicy flavor. One sip and you’ll know you’re drinking Oregon Rye Whiskey, mashed by John Maier himself from the rye helped harvest at Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon.

With an aroma of spiced nuts, Oregon Rye Whiskey tastes of dried fruits and ends with a long vibrant rye finish.

Filing taxes is dull and brain numbing work. So end the day with a flavorful and challenging whiskey.

For more information: Visit Rogue Spirits for more about our whiskeys, gin, rum, vodka and cocktail recipes.



Categories: Spirits

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