Abraham Overholt Bonded Edition

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  • SN21BN2064L
  • 14.96"
  • Exclusive Big Nutcracker
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Product information "Abraham Overholt Bonded Edition"

By popular demand, we are proud to offer an additional release, limited edition nutcracker honoring the longest standing American whiskey brand, Old Overholt®. The release of the "Abraham Overholt Bonded Edition Nutcracker" follows the first run sale of 21 pieces of our "Abe Overholt Nutcracker," created in the likeness of the whiskey company's founder, Abraham Overholt. Where the initial units featured the namesake founder holding a bottle of Old Overholt Straight Rye Whiskey, the limited "Bonded Edition," features Abraham holding a bottle of the rye producer's 100 proof "Bottled-in-Bond" offering. The replica stands proud atop an Overholt-red base. This strictly limited series is reserved for customers, partners and friends of the brand and will be available for pre-order December 16 2021. We are pleased that we can sell 25 of these replicas of company founder Abe Overholt in our shop, as the only freely available units worldwide.

Old Overholt® Straight Rye Whiskey is the oldest continually produced and maintained whiskey in America. Originally established in West Overton, Pennsylvania in 1810 by its namesake, Abraham Overholt, the brand was founded on a commitment to consistent quality. A 19th Century German Mennonite with an unparalleled work ethic, Abraham Overholt was a notoriously resourceful, hardworking and stoic man who scaled his family’s quaint rye distillery into a full-fledged national operation, continually expanding production until his death in 1870. As a cornerstone of American rye whiskey, its indomitable spirit has remained resilient despite various changes in ownership and production throughout the years, including a change in hands to Abraham’s own grandson, American industrialist Henry Clay Frick. Today, the Pennsylvania-born whiskey of the industrial revolution is produced in Clermont, Kentucky at the James B. Beam Distilling Co., where the rich tradition of American rye production lives on. 

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