Whiskey is known as the Water of Life, and with good reason: it tastes incredibly fine, warms the spirit, and is the engine behind many a fine conversation. For all of its complex aromas and meticulous creation, it is the result of three core ingredients: grain, water, and oak barrels. And all of this ends up in your tumbler, which this art depicts.
The art is entirely designed and made in the USA (including the wooden frame should you choose that option.) It is printed on Royal Sundance Felt Finish 100% recycled 100 lb cover paper sourced from Neenah Paper in Wisconsin. It is certified by The Forest Stewardship Council and made with 100% renewable green electricity, green seal certified and chlorine free. The paper has a nice fleck to it.
Each print is 12 inches wide by 18 inches high.
This design is the brainchild of Mark Byrne, former spirits editor of GQ Magazine, and one of the original gents from King's County distillery (New York's first distillery since Prohibition.) The art was created by Laura Lyons-Escobar of Graphic Roots, produced by Mike Arnot, founder of Boarding Pass NYC, and printed by Terrapin Stationers.
We think it makes for the perfect gift for a whiskey lover or someone new to this fine spirit.