White Pike Whiskey

Posted March 12, 2012 by in

How White Pike Was Born

  • White Pike mixes in ways brown whiskeys won’t
  • Farming, distillation and bottling all done locally
  • When we bottle it, we ship it straight away
  • Ingredients: organic spelt, corn, malted wheat
  • Family-owned distillery, Alabama-trained Master Distiller
  • No commercial enzymes are used because malted wheat gets the job done better

Tasting Notes:

  • Nose: Smells like harvest time in a creamy cornfield
  • Taste: Calls to mind fresh buttered toast, rich in the middle and smooth as silk stockings
  • Finish: Very clean, integrated
  • Overall: Good for a mixer, or a little nip with a taste of water behind it—just the way we like
  • White Pike Whiskey is the alcoholic child of Mother Industries, a New York based creative company, determined to make good stuff and have fun doing it.
  • A couple of years ago Mother got excited by the idea of creating a highly mixable, white whiskey and by the emerging culture of craft distilleries.
  • They found the best possible partners to make this a reality: Thomas McKenzie and Brian McKenzie of Finger Lakes Distilling.
  • Two years later, after countless rounds and tireless efforts and wisdom of the distillers, Mother and Finger Lakes crafted something they hope people will appreciate and love, White Pike Whiskey.

Visit the White Pike Whiskey website


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