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Stranahan's Colorado Small Batch Whiskey



This whiskey glowed amber from the start. When volunteer firefighter Jess Graber responded to a neighbor's barn fire down the road, he never imagined any good could come of it. But the barn he made effort to save belonged to George Stranahan, long-time liquor connoisseur. When the fire settled, the two discovered a shared passion for the Colorado outdoors and a good pour of fine whiskey. And so Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey was born.

They developed a recipe for the smoothest, most flavorful whiskey in the world using the purity of their mountain surroundings to their advantage. Well, to your advantage. They say from each thing bad comes something good. For Jess, George, and fine whiskey drinkers alike, it's amazing just how good it can be.

Whiskey Details
Scotch Product: 
2 years old
Years in aging cask: 
Oak Finish: 
Average: 4.7 (3 votes)

My Whisky Reviews


The article is easy to understand, detailed and meticulous! I had a lot of harvest after watching this article from you! I find it interesting, your article gave me a new perspective! I have read many other articles on the same topic, but your article convinced me!  vex 3


Surpising himself

Surpising himself, he really liked the two year old! It was youngish and brash but very spicy and tasty. So he thought High West might be able to tame the heat again with the addition of the 16 year old that they had, as the older whiskey has significantly more dissolved solids from the extra aging and evaporation. Well it really worked and they fell in love with the combination as a not only a mixing whiskey but a whiskey that could stand on its own as a sipper. five nights at freddy's


One of my Desert Island 5

Running a site like this, and having the opportunity to try so many amazing whiskies, it's difficult to name a favorite (which I am often asked to do). That like asking someone to name their favorite child. Nevertheless, I often think about which whiskies would make that trip with me to the imaginary desert island where I am relegated to spend the rest of my life...and this one always makes the cut. It is just that good.