Tamworth Distilling Brings Back Spooky Spirits, Graverobber and Deerslayer

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Ready for something spooky to sip on this Halloween?

Tamworth Distilling announced the annual re-launch of two seasonal spirits: Graverobber Unholy Rye, a limited-edition rye whiskey infused with maple syrup extracted from unmarked graveside maple trees on Great Hill Farm in New Hampshire, and Deerslayer Venison Whiskey, the viral spirit infused with genuine, locally farmed venison, per a news release.

Graverobber Unholy Rye and Deerslayer Venison Whiskey are perhaps two of the creepiest fall spirits borne from the experimental musings by Tamworth Distilling’s distillers.

The essence of Graverobber Unholy Rye is that of the underworld, with a unique flavor profile sourced from a colonial era maple tree whose roots twist and grow throughout the unmarked gravesite of Great Hill Farm, located in rural New Hampshire. The practice of tapping graveyard maple trees has long been feared for risk of disturbing the dead, according to New England taboo – but that didn’t Tamworth Distilling.

Alternatively, perfect for the risk-loving imbiber or avid hunter, the Deerslayer Venison Whiskey is a celebration of Tamworth Distilling’s core mission of wilderness to bottle, and is infused with real venison as well as other locally-sourced produce and ingredients.

Graverobber Unholy Rye is bottled at 90 proof and available for $65 SRP for a 375ml bottle; Deerslayer Venison Whiskey is bottled at 99 proof and is available for $65 SRP for a 375ml bottle. They are available for national purchase online at Seelbachs.com.

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