In the early 1800s, European settlers in the southern United States blended their corn with a native variety. The result was Bloody Butcher corn: instantly recognizable for its striking deep red kernels and legendary fruity, buttery flavor. Unsuitable for industrial scale farming, this heirloom variety is grown by only a few farmers.
Our Bloody Butcher Bourbon celebrates our nation’s early agriculture heritage. We sourced Bloody Butcher corn from Castle Valley Mill in Doylestown PA. just 25 miles from our distillery.