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BSB 103 750 ml

51.5% ABV |103 Proof | Gig Harbor, Washington

$32.99

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"Heritage Distilling Company, Inc. ®  (HDC) is among the top premier craft distilleries in the United States, making a variety of whiskeys, vodkas, gins and rums from as many local ingredients as possible. HDC is one of the largest craft distilleries on the West Coast and is the largest independently owned craft distillery in Washington. HDC is a majority women-owned enterprise and currently operates in Washington State, where more than 110 distilleries reside – the third most of any state in the nation – and Oregon. HDC owns two production distilleries in Gig Harbor, WA, with tastings, tours and retail sales at both locations. HDC’s second full-scale production distillery opened in Eugene, Oregon in October 2016 and immediately became one of the largest craft distilleries in Oregon upon its opening. HDC Roslyn, a 10,000 sq. ft production and tasting facility opened in November 2017. HDC Ballard and HDC Capitol Hill, both located in Seattle, opened in the summer of 2018 and have become popular destinations in both neighborhoods. HDC is the most awarded craft distillery in North America by the American Distilling Institute for the past six years out of more than 1,500 craft distilleries. HDC’s line of spirits include the Elk Rider ®  series, the HDC series - featuring more than 15 naturally flavored vodkas - the BATCH NO. 12 ®  line of spirits and HDC’s most popular product, BSB ® - Brown Sugar Bourbon. BSB, along with its higher proof cousin, BSB - 103 ®  (bottled at 103 proof), is the fastest growing craft spirits brand in the region and was named “Best Flavoured Whisky in the World” by Whiskey Magazine two years in a row (2018 & 2019). HDC’s products can be found in bars, restaurants and retailers in all 50 states and selectively in Canada. Heritage Distilling Co. is a partner and/or official sponsor of the Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders, San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, Atlanta Braves, Evergreen Speedway, Portland Trail Blazers and Eugene Emeralds. HDC is both an active and proud member of the Pacific Northwest community. Through collaborations and partnerships, HDC frequently raises money for various charities and non-profit groups across. In 2015, the company’s philanthropic efforts were rewarded with the Secretary of State’s “Corporations for Community” award for the state of Washington, and shortly thereafter followed by the “Manufacturer of the Year” Award from the Association of Washington Businesses in 2017."
BSB 103® – Brown Sugar Bourbon is created with the same recipe of BSB, but bottled at 103 proof for a bigger kick of bourbon. The bolder, badass version of BSB®, this “High Altitude” Bourbon is flavored with natural brown sugar and cinnamon for a flavorful kick that’s sure to wake up your senses. Perfect for whiskey aficionados looking to try something new

AWARD WINNING!

  • Gold Medal from Proof Awards 2019
  • Double Gold Medal from Seattle International Spirits Awards 2019
  • Silver Medal from American Distilling Institute 2019
  • Bronze Medal from the 2019 San Diego Spirits Festival International Spirits Bottle Competition
  • Silver Medal from SIP Awards International Spirits Competition 2018
  • Silver Medal from San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2018
  • Gold Medal from Seattle International Spirits Awards 2017
  • Bronze Medal from American Distilling Institute 2017 & 2018
  • Gold Medal from Global Spirits Awards 2017
About the Distillery:
Heritage Distilling Company, Inc. ®  (HDC) is among the top premier craft distilleries in the United States, making a variety of whiskeys, vodkas, gins and rums from as many local ingredients as possible. HDC is one of the largest craft distilleries on the West Coast and is the largest independently owned craft distillery in Washington. HDC is a majority women-owned enterprise and currently operates in Washington State, where more than 110 distilleries reside – the third most of any state in the nation – and Oregon. HDC owns two production distilleries in Gig Harbor, WA, with tastings, tours and retail sales at both locations. HDC’s second full-scale production distillery opened in Eugene, Oregon in October 2016 and immediately became one of the largest craft distilleries in Oregon upon its opening. HDC Roslyn, a 10,000 sq. ft production and tasting facility opened in November 2017. HDC Ballard and HDC Capitol Hill, both located in Seattle, opened in the summer of 2018 and have become popular destinations in both neighborhoods. HDC is the most awarded craft distillery in North America by the American Distilling Institute for the past six years out of more than 1,500 craft distilleries. HDC’s line of spirits include the Elk Rider ®  series, the HDC series - featuring more than 15 naturally flavored vodkas - the BATCH NO. 12 ®  line of spirits and HDC’s most popular product, BSB ® - Brown Sugar Bourbon. BSB, along with its higher proof cousin, BSB - 103 ®  (bottled at 103 proof), is the fastest growing craft spirits brand in the region and was named “Best Flavoured Whisky in the World” by Whiskey Magazine two years in a row (2018 & 2019). HDC’s products can be found in bars, restaurants and retailers in all 50 states and selectively in Canada. Heritage Distilling Co. is a partner and/or official sponsor of the Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders, San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, Atlanta Braves, Evergreen Speedway, Portland Trail Blazers and Eugene Emeralds. HDC is both an active and proud member of the Pacific Northwest community. Through collaborations and partnerships, HDC frequently raises money for various charities and non-profit groups across. In 2015, the company’s philanthropic efforts were rewarded with the Secretary of State’s “Corporations for Community” award for the state of Washington, and shortly thereafter followed by the “Manufacturer of the Year” Award from the Association of Washington Businesses in 2017.
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