Pennsylvania has a rich history of whiskey production dating well before Kentucky. Mostly known for its rye whiskey, Pennsylvania now has a revitalized distilling scene. New Liberty Distillery, which produces the Kinsey Whiskeys, is located in North Philadelphia just minutes from Center City. The distillery is in an old horse stable and all of its whiskey is produced on-site. They produce Bourbon, Rye, and American Whiskey along with other styles of spirits. The name Kinsey comes from a lost Pennsylvania distillery called “Kinsey” that was located in Linfield, PA.
This is made out of 100% corn and matured in American Oak.
Brand Tasting Notes: Bright and vibrant on the palate, leading to floral, semi-sweet vanilla notes and finishing with hints of honeycomb and caramel corn.
Holly’s Tasting Notes: Butterscotch, fruit, and caramel. The palate has some oak spice with honeyed sweetness and the finish has some mint or menthol.
- Bottle Size750
- DistilleryNew Liberty Distillery
- StyleAmerican Whiskey
- RegionEast Coast
- Country of OriginUSA
- Cask StrengthNo
- Cask TypeAmerican Oak