With your help, we’ve planted 65,584
American White Oaks this year.

According to U.S. law, bourbon must be aged in new charred oak barrels—
specifically, White Oak barrels. Naturally, that makes us pretty big fans of the White Oak.

But we’re not the only ones. The tree produces acorns that are a significant food source for many different
animals, their bark provides a habitat for more than 500 species of moths and butterflies,
and their large size helps absorb significant amounts of carbon dioxide, making them a critical part of countless
ecosystems throughout the eastern United States. In other words: you just can’t have too many of them.

Cocktail of the Month:

THE APPLE DOESn’t fall Far from the tree


2 oz Angel’s Envy Bourbon
Finished in Port Wine Barrels
1.5 oz Apple Syrup
.25 oz Lemon Juice
2 oz Chilled Brut Sparkling Wine


Combine all except sparkling wine and shake. Strain into coupe glass and top with chilled sparkling wine.

Homemade Apple Syrup

1 liter Good Quality Apple Cider
1/2 Star Anise Pod
1/4 c Lemon Juice
1 Cinnamon Stick
3/4 c White Sugar

Combine all except sugar, bring to a boil, then reduce to medium simmer. After an hour, remove anise & cinnamon, add sugar, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low simmer and cook for another hour. Syrup should coat the back of a spoon but be easy to pour.