Lairds - Old Apple Brandy 70cl Bottle

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Lairds - Old Apple Brandy
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70cl Bottle
£45.65
Available 13th Jan 2015
 

Description:
Laird & Company has been producing fine aged Apple Brandy longer than anyone else in America.

Laird's Old Apple Brandy is a straight apple brandy, not blended with neutral spirits.

It is the 'original historic Applejack', aged for a minimum of 7 1/2 Years in their barrel ageing facility.A tasting of each barrel is made to seperate the barrels that will be retained for their Apple Brandy.

Only the finest barrels are selected for this exclusive product.



Category(s):     Speciality
Group(s):     Apple Flavoured
Producer: Laird & Co   -   www.lairdandcompany.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Laird & Co
Country of Origin:   USA

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Producer Information

For almost 300 years, the art of producing AppleJack has been passed down through generations of the Laird Family. Laird was America's first commercial distillery with License #1. We now proudly bring that tradition to a variety of products, imports, spirits, wines and more. Thank you for your interest in Laird & Company.William Laird, a County Fyfe Scotsman, emigrated from Scotland in 1698 and settled in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Believed to be a distiller by trade, he applied his skills to the most abundant natural resource available in this area of the New World - apples.
Applejack was a well known "cyder spirit" throughout growing America. In the 1820's, American evangelist John Chapman, better known as "Johnny Appleseed", preached to congregations along the Ohio River Valley, and distributed apple seeds to his followers. He also instructed them in the production of Applejack- hence the continued popularity of Applejack in this region.

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