The source water for amazing Stowloch Whiskey is deep within America's Ozark Highlands, purified and softened by the limestone that makes the Ozark Highlands one of only nine true highland regions in the world.
Stowloch is made using an imported recipe brought to the Americas by the distiller's family in 1761. "We use only heirloom, non-GMO grain and long fermentation to give this Ozark Highlands whiskey a pre-prohibition style that's sure to satisfy any palate," says Mark Sutherland, CEO of Stone Ledge Spirits Company.
"Since we use no rye in our mash, you'll find a hint of sweet in every sip. This sustainable, all-natural whiskey captures the essence of the 200-year history of Ozark Highlands distilling, and is sure to become one of your favorite drams."
Ozark Old Fashioned
SERVING 1 serving
1 1/2 oz of Stowloch Whiskey
1 teaspoon of water
1 sugar cube
2 dashes of orange bitters or 1/2 oz of Duckett Curacao Noir
Luxardo cherry for garnish
Fill glass with ice; add whiskey, water, sugar cube and bitters. Stir for about 30 seconds to chill and dilute. Garnish with Luxardo cherry.
STOWLOCH essentially translates to "Holy Water." STOW (noun): Anglo-Saxon word for "holy place." LOCH (noun): Irish word for "lake." Stowloch is aged a minimum of four years in Missouri-manufactured barrels.