Old Dominick Huling Station Bourbon Whiskey
Huling Station is where Old Dominick Distillery’s story began. Way back in 1866. It was home to the warehouse where D. Canale first sold his bourbon in downtown Memphis. With a mash of 52% corn, 44% rye and 4% malted barley, Old Dominick’s Huling Station Bourbon is a high-rye bourbon. Toasted vanilla, browned butter, sweet corn and stone fruit are just some of the notes that lead you through the bottle until its lingering salted caramel finish. Take a sip and taste!
Spirit Type: Bourbon
Spirit Style: Rye Bourbon
Aroma: Toasted Vanilla, Browned Butter, Cherry Pipe Tobacco
Taste: Subtle Spiciness, Rich, Sweet Corn, Stone Fruit, Vanilla, Oak
Finish: Medium Body, Vibrant, Semi-Dry, Salted Caramel
About Old Dominic Distillery
Just down the block from the now defunct Memphis institution D. Canale & Co. food wholesaler, Domenico Canale’s great-great grandchildren are resurrecting his legacy. The award-winning Old Dominick Distillery was founded by cousins Chris and Alex Canale in 2017.
In 2013, Chris and Alex found an unopened bottle of Domenico’s Dominick Toddy. Originally from the 1880s, it wasn’t the first spirit he made, but it was his favorite. It’s easy to be inspired when you find a 140-year-old bottle of liquor. So they revitalized the brand and opened Old Dominick Distillery. They added Alex Castle to their family operation. The first female Head Distiller in Tennessee, she now serves as their Master Distiller.
Each award-winning bottle from Old Dominick Distillery celebrates the heritage of Domenico Canale. From their Huling Station Bourbon Whiskey named for the warehouse where D. Canale & Co. was started, to their reinvigoration of the Dominick Toddy. Made from the same recipe, it’s now known as Old Dominick Memphis Toddy. And every sip is a taste of the Canale family legacy.
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