Here's something new for all of you white dog lovers.
Heaven Hill announced today the first two releases in the Trybox Series of New Make Whiskeys. The new Trybox Series, named after the copper and glass “tasting station” where new make whiskey flows off the still, offers up several styles of Heaven Hill’s world famous American Whiskeys. Each is taken straight off the still, before aging in a charred oak barrel—the same way legendary father and son Master Distillers Parker and Craig Beam taste-test them. (This is all straight from the press release.)
The first two, as you would imagine, are a bourbon white dog and a rye white dog. They should begin to appear in stores in May and will be distributed nationally. All releases in the series will be in 750ml bottles, packaged three to a case, at the "full traditional barrel entry proof of 125, or 62.5% alcohol/volume."
The suggested national average retail price will be $24.99.