The Boss Hog IX
From winged sows, daughters of earth and muse.
Single Barrel, Bottled at Proof, Powerfully Complex, Distinctly Unique From Anything We’ve Done Before. Stupendous.
Siren’s Song is an odyssey of maturation: a twice finished, well aged Rye which slumbered in cakes seasoned with Greek Fig Nectar and barrels suffused with homemade tentura - a liqueur born in the Peloponnesian city of Patras enlivened by the muses and inspired by hellenic family recipes
Our farm tentura is scratch made with ingredients hailing from both Greece and the elysian fields of shoreham. It arrives in the glass throwing scents of cinnamon and citrus zest. The palate finds ambrosial threads of clove, cardamom and stewed orchard fruit, retreating upon rippled waves of raisin and prune. Enter a labyrinth of flavor that would make even Homer blush.
Keeping this legendary liquid under cork are nine bespoke pewter toppers each representing one of the ancient greek muses: Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania. Amass them all if you dare; these others of creation also birthed the mischievous and mysterious sirens. They will undoubtedly lure collectors with their melodious call and this Siren’s Song is destined to echo through the ages.
This rare and outstandingly complex whiskey is barrel strength, bottled between 102.3 and 106.2 proof.
Orange blossom followed by floral notes, dried fruit & a hint of brown sugar.
Notes of cinnamon and clove fading into black cherry.
Jammy fig and our classic rye spice.
Previous Explorations into the Excellence of Rye Whiskey
single barrel | barrel strength | double finish in aged rum casks
Inspired by the first recorded circumnavigation of the globe, The Boss Hog VII: Magellan’s Atlantic is a Straight Rye Whiskey with an uncharted cask journey that stretches across continents. After seventeen years of slumber in American Oak, it first encounters new Spanish staves from the mountainous forests of northern Spain; a cask nearly impossible to tame yet well worth the effort. Crossing the Atlantic the whiskey finds its finish in fragrant South American teakwood.