San Antonio-based Rebecca Creek Distillery is one of the largest craft distilleries in North America. Other successful launches include that of Enchanted Rock Vodka in 2010 and Rebecca Creek Fine Texas Spirit Whiskey in 2011. Now the much-anticipated Texas Ranger Whiskey takes its place on the shelf. Texas Ranger is now available for sale throughout Texas at a suggested retail price of $23.99-$25.99.
A recent press release stated, “Texas Ranger Whiskey was named for the legendary law support organization established by Stephen F. Austin in 1823. It is carefully batch crafted in the Texas Hill Country from a selection of unique whiskeys, bourbons and pure limestone-filtered water from the famed Edwards Aquifer. Then it is matured in charred American white oak barrels.”
The result has hints vanilla bean, caramel and toasted nuts. The new 80-proof blended whiskey touts bold flavor and smooth finish.
The press release goes on to say, ‘Consumer research supported Rebecca Creek Distillery owners’ desire to develop a locally made blended whiskey with artisan-level quality at a more competitive price point. The result was a product with a simple flavor spectrum that appeals to many palates, and can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or in mixed drinks.”
The honey amber toned blend is well-balanced, warm and inviting with a long, smooth and slightly sweet finish.The packaging features a silver-star badge, and a historic map of the Republic of Texas, with a sandpaper finish, and intricately embossed leather detailing.
Texas RangerWhiskey has become the distillery’s first entry-level blended whiskey offering.
“The blend of quality, taste and price make Texas Ranger Whiskey welcome at any occasion,” said Russell Silverman, vice president of sales at Rebecca Creek Distillery.