Thanks to all who participated in this week's Trivia Tuesday and congrats to our winner! We asked which voyage took quite the beating during the 2017 hurricane season, having to deploy the double red and black hurricane warning five times while traveling through the Pacific Basin and back through the Panama Canal. The answer: Voyage 14! With all this voyage endured, it is poetic justice that this record breaker and survivor be released at Cask Strength.
It's official, there's a SHARK named after us! 🌊🦈🥃 Male White Shark Jefferson was tagged yesterday in Nova Scotia while on the Ocearch, formerly known as Ocean- the ship that carried Voyage One and subsequently continues to carry four barrels. The Ocearch was the inspiration for Jefferson's Ocean bourbon. Huge congrats to Chris Fischer and the entire OCEARCH team! #Repost @OCEARCH ・・・ Jefferson is now the second shark we tagged today. It’s a privilege to name him after Jefferson's Bourbon, whose commitment to our mission over the years has funded our expeditions to tag sharks in countries around the world. Their support is directly contributing to an abundant future for our children. Jefferson is 12-feet 7.5-inches long and was tagged just off Hirtle’s Beach in beautiful Nova Scotia. It’s going to be very exciting to watch where his tracks lead us. ... See MoreSee Less
Time for another Trivia Tuesday! One lucky fan who answers correctly (comment below!) will win a Jefferson's Ocean t-shirt. Which Ocean Voyage took quite the beating throughout the 2017 hurricane season, and had to deploy the double red and black hurricane warning five times while traveling through the Pacific Basin and back through the Panama Canal? 🌊🤔
*winner will be chosen at random and announced on Weds, 9/26. Good luck! ... See MoreSee Less
On Jefferson's Ocean Cask Strength: "The constant movement means that the aging process is sped up as molecules move more rapidly around the barrel. Moreover, aging whiskey like this re-imagines what whiskey was like that spent months and years on boats traversing the globe over the last 500 years." ... See MoreSee Less