Cabin-Fever-Whisky

There’s a rule somewhere that states that whisky has to taste like poison. Don’t get us wrong, we still love it. In the grand scheme of things though, it’s only really or step removed from lighter fluid in terms of potency, taste and flammability. It’s pretty potent stuff, so it’s, unfortunately, not really appropriate for the breakfast table. Cabin Fever may finally be the company that makes whisky a brunch drink with their Maple Whisky. Each bottle starts as top quality rye infused with 100% Vermont Maple that is aged in non-charred barrels. Then it’s chill filtered to remove the excess sugar because you don’t want to ruin the flavor profile. Cabin Fever is a harmonious mixture of oak and maple with sweet notes, lovingly crafted by a third generation American family, right here in the good ole’ US of A. Most importantly, it’s delicious.

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