Mash Bill: Not Stated (reportedly 60% Corn, 35% Combo of wheat and rye, 5% combo of Barley and Spelt)
Tasting: Corn stands out as the immediate centerpiece of the nosing experience, but there is a buttery sweetness beneath that that smacks of the pot still process. It is followed by grassy cereal grains and cinnamon.
True to the nose, the palate first gets a strong dose of corn. This is followed by a very strong sensation of oats and grassy grains down the center of the palate. There is a sweetness on the perimeter of the tongue that reminds of honey and gingerbread.
This finishes relatively dry with only a few lingering notes of grain.
Production: Watershed uses a 60 gallon pot still to create their whiskey, distilling each batch twice before barreling. 4 year old.