Creek Water launches limited edition “Sometimes Y” whiskey

RALEIGH, North Carolina– Creek Water expands its portfolio with the launch of its first premium expression, a limited edition 18-year-old Rye Whiskey called Sometimes Y. To celebrate American rapper Yelawolf’s collaborative album with singer and songwriter Shooter Jennings, the new limited edition Creek Water Sometimes Y pays homage to the duo’s multi-faceted musical style in a premium whiskey bottle. Creek Water partner and rapper Yelawolf transcends his creative prowess beyond the recording studio and infuses it into Creek Water’s unique Sometimes Y packaging, disrupting the look of most bottles on store shelves. whiskey category bars. Drawing inspiration from the design of his wildly successful clothing brand SLUMERICAN, the new limited edition Creek Water Whiskey Sometimes Y will be presented in a premium custom wooden box with silver snake emblems and handcrafted leather details. hand. Like the Sometimes Y album, the whiskey bottle itself evokes the refined outlaw spirit of the artists. The bottle is adorned with tattoo-like typography and snake images and the matte black glass bottle highlights their bold personalities.

“This whiskey is truly a love letter to the fans of my music, my clothes and my whiskey,” said Yelawolf (Creek Water partner and American rapper and designer). “Like music throughout my career, this whiskey is a bit more nuanced and refined, but still packs a punch when you least expect it.”

The Limited Edition Sometimes Y Creek Water Whiskey has an aroma of spiced pears, cedar, dried cloves, wildflower honey and a hint of ripe red apple on the first puff. Notes of dried black cherries, cooked Georgia peaches, cracked black pepper and charred orange peel engulf the palate from the first sip. The finish showcases subtle notes of dried leather, aged tobacco leaves, roasted coffee, charred American oak and toasted almonds with a crisp, spicy finish. Distilled and aged for a minimum of 18 years north of Raleigh, NC to allow for slower flavor development and prevent the liquid from being overly oaky. The whiskey is then double barreled and finished in the South in heavily toasted virgin American oak barrels and lightly toasted French oak barrels. Primary aging is a slower process that results in a clean, fruity whiskey with a hint of spice and subtle honey flavors. The second finishing process adds hints of almond, dark chocolate and coffee flavors. The extra barrel also adds to the creamy mouthfeel to add a level of premiumization throughout the tasting experience. A Gold Medalist at the New York International Spirits Competition, Creek Water’s limited-edition Sometimes Y whiskey is already attracting whiskey industry fans for its quality liquid.

With only 600 bottles produced, consumers will be able to shop while supplies last. The limited-edition Creek Water Sometimes Y whiskey will be available to consumers at an RRP of $400 a bottle.

About Creek Water

From the mind of Slumerican founder and global recording artist Yelawolf, Creek Water is a new American whiskey that breaks down traditional brand barriers through popular, viral and lifestyle marketing, our unique approach fosters a bond with loyal consumers who have authentic style and courage.
About Next Century Spirits

About Next Century Spirits

Next Century Spirits combines traditional distillation techniques with advanced and unique finishing technologies to create enhanced spirits. Our patented processing technology allows traditional distillers to expand their repertoire of achievable flavors and aromas. The technology allows for tight control of the production process, maintaining consistency and high quality, which helps create bold and complex flavor profiles for spirits used in everything from craft brands to large bulk blends.
Our creations have been internationally recognized at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the New York International Spirits Competition, the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America, the Pr%f Awards, the Sip Awards and, more recently, the American Distilling Institute.

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