To commemorate its tenth anniversary, Hudson Whiskey will release its Baby Bourbon and Manhattan Rye whiskey varietals in 750-ml bottles for the first time.
The larger size bottle is a testament to the consumer demand for Hudson Whiskey, the company says, and the continuing evolution of the Hudson Whiskey story.
Baby Bourbon was the first release from Hudson Whiskey, and was so named because it was the first born, released in a 375-ml apothecary-inspired bottle to reflect the small quantities of whiskey the brand its parent company, Tuthilltown Spiritsm were distilling.
In 2010, William Grant & Sons acquired the Hudson Whiskey brand and invested to create a sustainable platform for growth, the company says, while preserving what made Hudson Whiskey special in the first place. Investment enabled Tuthilltown Spirits to expand production, laying down sufficient whiskey in casks to support export markets and, ultimately, a 750-ml bottle.
Today, Hudson Whiskey is available in restaurants, bars and retailers across the USA, as well as in the UK, Europe and Asia. The 750-ml bottle will be available later this summer for a suggested retail price of around $50.
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