We just uploaded our newest review featuring Westland Distillery Garryana.
Based in Seattle, Washington this variety uses a special wood called Garry Oak that is native only to the Pacific Northwest.
This is a limited release of only 2,600 bottles and it has quite the story behind it, if you care to read about it you can check it out on their website: Westland Garryana
The full review can be watched below.
We tasted and scored this one 3 ways: Neat, diluted, and over ice.
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