Old Fyre Dragaman is a giant with an insatiable appetite known to scour the hills of Appalachia. So named for the huge 4-foot-long pipe he’d carry with him to smoke after every meal. With his sharp ears, he’d listen for the sound of dinner bells & swiftly scoop in and devour the household’s entire meal, light his pipe off the family’s fire and clamber off before anyone knew what hit them. Careful not to get in his way lest you end up as part of the menu! This Rye whiskey pays homage to this legendary giant with smoky hints and earthy notes sure to satisfy.
THE TWO TREES STORY
Deep in Appalachian Mountain country, Two Trees Distilling created a proprietary process that mirrors and accelerates the natural process that occurs when alcohol is aged in wooden barrels over time. The physical changes in the liquid that typically take years to achieve, we can accomplish in a single working day.
The true art of our craft spirits lives within the balance between the finest quality grains, pristine Appalachian Mountain water and the full-bodied perfection from our toasted wood chip varieties. Our wood chips are hand selected to pair with a specific grain and toasted to just the right char bringing rich flavor profiles and a hint of smoke. Our process is our recipe.
OUR PROCESS How we do things differently at Two Trees Distilling
Experiment and craft unique and intriguing flavor profiles across a variety of spirit categories using an endless combination of wood types and flavoring.
Speed to Market
Capitalize on emerging trends and expand into new markets with the ability to supply on demand.
Eliminate the need for a cooperage, barrel housing and multiple years to age a comparable product. Plus, cut the angels’ share in half (or more).
Test new formulations and know the outcome almost immediately.
Produce approximately 20 barrels of aged product in a single shift per day with our 1,000 gallon system (coming soon).
Our process uses less than 10% of the wood required to make a 53 - gallon barrel.
Colored and flavored with charred Missouri white oak chips for marshmallow-like sweetness and heavy toasted Tennessee white oak chips for a vanilla aroma.