About Beach Whiskey Island Coconut
Beach Whiskey is a clear and smooth, naturally flavored whiskey that celebrates the beach lifestyle. They whiskey is distilled from corn mash at the old Seagrams Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Instead of aging the whiskey in the barrels, a unique filtration process is used to create a superbly drinkable whiskey with a distinctly smooth and round mouthfeel. This unconventional whiskey is the perfect accompaniment for your daytime chill as well as your nighttime thrill. The colorful bottles – red for the cinnamon variant and blue for the coconut flavored expression – are custom made of sea glass with etched labeling.
Beach Whiskey Coconut Island is a clear American whiskey, flavored with natural coconut and notes of wild blueberry. It is bottled at 52 proof and contains 44% less sugar than the leading coconut brand. Perfect on its own or in your favorite beach-inspired mixed drink.
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About Beach Whiskey
The Beach Whiskey Company, founded in Santa Monica, California, in 2015 by a group of entrepreneurs, entered the adult beverage space as a disruptive brand innovator. The brand made it its mission to reimagine the whisky and the two Beach Whiskey expressions released in June 2016 – Island Coconut and Bonfire Cinnamon – delivered on that promise. In 2017, the Beach Whiskey Company acquired American Harvest, an Idaho-made organic vodka handcrafted in small batches from Rocky Mountain wheat, certified organic agave and Snake River water. In early 2021 Beach Whiskey, along with American Harvest Vodka, was acquired by the investment firm Darco Capital, with the brands becoming part of the portfolio to be managed by the newly established 1776 Spirits Company.
Whiskey origin dates back to Ireland more than 600 years ago and has become the fastest-growing spirit category on the planet since then.
It is produced worldwide from scotch, Irish whiskey, bourbon, rye, Japanese whisky, and other types. Each has a distinct flavor profile due to numerous factors from different types of climate, ingredients, distilling methods, and the aging process.