For nearly a century, Evanston, Illinois, the home of the Temperance Movement, was a dry city. In dire need of liquor laws that weren’t penned the same year as the invention of the band-aid, FEW’s master distiller overturned century-old prohibition laws to become Evanston’s first distiller of grain spirits within the city limits.
Nose: Sweet grain, anis, butter and brown sugar.
Palate: Big sweet sugariness to start with lots of spice, green apples and rye, fading to a more savoury grain back-end.
Finish: Sour fruit balanced by brown sugar with some woody spice.