The Original Craft Whiskey: Clyde May’s

The Original Craft Whiskey: Clyde May's

92 Proof • 46% Alc. By Vol.

Tasting Notes: On the nose it’s soft with aromas of brown sugar, baked apricot, wild strawberry and nutmeg. Palate is wonderfully soft with complex aromas of barrel spice, fruit and oiled leather. Finish is long and complete.

We have a new bourbon at Sydney’s Pub! A few weeks ago someone asked, “Do you have Clyde May’s back there?” We didn’t, but after a little research we decided to order a case. When the bottles came we were impressed by the presentation, the story behind the spirit and the flavor of this moderately priced bourbon. There is a short story on the back of the bottle that explains who Clyde May is and the history of this bourbon.

Clyde May was a moonshiner by trade but a craftsman by heart. He made his famous whiskey in hand-built copper stills, with fresh Alabama spring water and the finest local ingredients. The man was locked up for his passion – eight months in the federal penitentiary – yet he started up those copper stills the day he got out.

This straight bourbon honors Clyde’s dedication to the craft. We use simple ingredients and a patient aging process to produce a fine, easy-drinking spirit. Like Clyde’s own moonshine, it’s a whiskey with integrity. Straightforward, porch-sitting, rocking chair bourbon – and this time, it’s perfectly legal.

Clyde May’s received 93 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge and for good reason. This bourbon is incredible. For 46%, the bourbon is smooth and has a great flavor and lasting finish. There are several popular ways to enjoy Clyde May’s:

  • Up/neat
  • On the rocks
  • Manhattan

Order one of these or however you like. Please enjoy Clyde May’s responsibly. Cheers!

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