Tincup Whiskey Was Made in the Likes of Colorado Miners

By: Megan Facciuolo - Jun 29, 2014
References: tincupwhiskey & uncrate
Jess Graber is a true country strong man whose passions consist of enjoying the great outdoors of Colorado and making a whisky called Tincup Whisky. He taught himself to distill back in the 70s but is now showcasing his skill sets in a new form. His all-American brand boasts a rough and tough aesthetic that is synonymous with Graber's persona and the Colorado Rockies.

Packaged in a tin-look glass bottle, Tincup Whiskey prides itself on quality Colorado ingredients. It is made with fresh water sourced directly from Graber's backyard, which just so happens to be situated in the midst of the Rocky Mountains, and with high rye content.

The spirit was seemingly named Tincup Whiskey because it is supposed to celebrate Colorado's first mining towns and miners often carried tin cups to work.