Catoctin Creek SWC Tasting Pack
3 x 25ml samples of our exclusive Catoctin Creek bottlings.
NB this tasting is past but you can still sample the set and watch on YouTube
Want to try all three of our exclusive Catoctin Creek bottlings… well know you can!
The sample pack includes 3 x 25ml of our three exclusive Catoctin Creek bottlings.
- Catoctin Creek SWC Exclusive – Madeira Finish – 58.4%
- Catoctin Creek SWC Exclusive – Zinfandel Finish – 59.5%
- Catoctin Creek SWC Exclusive – Rum Finish – 60%
Tasting link: https://youtu.be/-0KJYaoTYUY
Founded in 2009 Catoctin Creek® was founded by Becky and Scott Harris in 2009 as the first legal distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition. We are located in Purcellville, Virginia, in the heart of the Loudoun Valley. Virginia is the birthplace of American whiskey, and at Catoctin Creek, we faithfully dedicate ourselves to that tradition, producing Virginia’s most awarded whisky—Roundstone Rye!
The name “Catoctin” is a regional name. Pronounced Ka-TOCK-tin, the name derives from the Indian tribal name “Kittocton” which, legend has it, meant “place of many deer”. Catoctin describes a range of mountains and the eponymous creek which flows picturesquely past the distillery and into the Potomac River and Chesapeake Watershed.
At Catoctin Creek, we believe in high-quality food and spirits. We source our grain and fruit from local sources, free of pesticides and chemical additives that would come through in the spirits we produce. The results are the finest, cleanest spirits possible, with the greatest attention to detail in every single bottle we produce.
Scott graduated with honors from Georgia Tech. He spent the last twenty years building a software career in telecommunication systems and government IT solutions and traded it all in for the chance to own and run his own distillery. Liquors of all types are his greatest love (besides Becky, of course). Whiskeys from Scotland, Ireland and the United States. Brandy from France and Germany. And an eclectic German bitters called Boonekamp. “It’s good for the digestive!” as his old German grandmother used to say.