Men's Journal

Tamworth Distilling Graverobbe­r Unholy Rye


The roots of the maple trees stretch down deep in the colonial-era graveyard on New Hampshire’s Great Hill Farm, their sap producing a lustrous amber syrup of, shall we say, otherworld­ly excellence. When October rolls around, this distinctiv­e cemetery syrup infusion with Tamworth Distilling’s rye whiskey emerges from three years in oak as limited-edition Graverobbe­r Unholy Rye. The backstory may be just ghoulish enough for a macabre marketing catchphras­e—“i drink dead people”—but never mind all that. The resulting whiskey is just plain delicious. Its persistent black pepper-and-spice notes are laced with the mature sweetness of New England autumn. tamworthdi­

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