Old Hampshire Applejack

Old Hampshire Blended Applejack hearkens back to the earliest days of the New Hampshire, when colonists utilized the abundance of apples in the area for beverages and sustenance, only to shortly discover they could be distilled through a process called jacking. Our version here at Tamworth Distilling starts with a blend of 100% grown and pressed New Hampshire Apples (including Crispin, Cortland, Macintosh, and Honeycrisp varietals) that are then fermented with wine yeast. Following the initial stages, the cider is then twice distilled in an alembic still before it’s finished with a two year charred barrel aging process which gives it a distinctive caramel color and whiskey-like notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and clove.

Old Hamp’s Secret

2 oz Old Hampshire Applejack
1 Lemon wheel
1 Mint sprig
.5 oz Simple syrup


Muddle the lemon in a shaker, enough to release the juice inside without pulverizing the rind. Add remaining ingredients and fill with ice. Shake, and double-strain into a rocks glass filled with crushed ice. Slap a mint sprig to release the aroma and use as garnish.

New Old Hampshire

2 oz Old Hampshire Applejack
2 Dashes aromatic bitters
1 Sugar cube
Orange peel

Muddle the sugar cube and bitters with a splash of water at the bottom of a chilled rocks glass. Add Applejack and stir. Add one large ice cube and stir. Express orange peel over the glass and drop the peel in to garnish.

Applejack Ginger

1.5 oz Old Hampshire Applejack
4 oz Ginger ale
1 Squeeze of lime


Pour the whiskey into a Collins glass filled with ice and top with ginger ale. Squeeze a lime wedge over the drink, drop it in, and stir.

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