Maverick Distilling Unveils Samuel Maverick Straight Triticale Whiskey

 Maverick Distilling launched Samuel Maverick Straight Triticale Whiskey Bottled-In-Bond. The extremely limited release from a single barrel marks the first ever Bottled-in-Bond whiskey from the distillery.

Samuel Maverick Straight Triticale Whiskey Bottled-In-Bond is available exclusively at the distillery tasting room in San Antonio, Texas, and from the Maverick Distilling website. This Samuel Maverick Straight Triticale Whiskey is produced in accordance with the criteria established in the 1897 Bottled-in-Bond Act. The Act was created to protect the integrity and authenticity of aged spirits in the United States.

The designation ensures that the spirit is the product of one distillation season, by one distiller, at one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse for a minimum of four years, and bottled at 100 proof. This meticulous process guarantees a whiskey of unparalleled quality and character.

Samuel Maverick Straight Triticale Whiskey Bottled-in-Bond was distilled in April 2019 and aged in Maverick’s subterranean bank vault for a minimum of four years in new American Oak barrels with an unwavering dedication to quality. Unique triticale grains are a hybrid of wheat and rye invented by a Scottish botanist in 1875. Sourced from the Texas panhandle, the grains impart a distinctive flavor profile.