Tincup American Whiskey

70cl / 42%
Tincup American Whiskey
Free Tincup Shot Cup!
Web Exclusive Price £32.25 £26.88 ex VAT (£46.07 per litre)
  •  In Stock
  •  Next-day delivery available
Customer Rating
Tincup American Whiskey is the brainchild of Colorado-based Jess Graber. A distiller as a hobby for 30 years, he turned full-time in 2004. A high rye whiskey, made with a bourbon-style profile but more powerful and spicier, the cap also works as a cup.
Country
USA
Region
Colorado

Tincup American Whiskey Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy A

    Nose: Big spice and fruit - apple with cinnamon, clove and toasted, spiced brioche. Rich toffee and caramel, ginger nut biscuits and sweet oatcakes with honey.

    Palate: Quite light with sweet grain, cinnamon spice and a trio of apple notes - ripe, skin and Jolly Ranchers. Toffee follows, with spicy rye and toasted fruit loaf.

    Finish: Cinnamon toast, tannic raisins and soft caramel sweetness.

31 Customer Reviews

  • Add Your Review
  • 4
    7 June

    Not the most complex whisky on the market but for the price it is quite good. The tincup on top is a nice extra thrown in. Doesn't feel like 84 proof, very smooth and easy drinking. Recommend to new whisky drinkers. Still enjoyable to those who have a more experienced palate

  • 5
    31 May

    Found a new favorite. Love Tincup.

  • 5
    23 May

    Initially a little "hot" up front but a great finish. Was tasting others when I tried this. 2 days later tried again by itself and was pleasantly surprised...Have a new "keeper". Pour a taster, neat, and add about a tablespoon ice water...opens the flavor greatly...

  • 5
    30 April

    Had my first drink in Colorado last Elk season. Finally found it in Ohio. Will be keeping this in my cabinet from now on

  • 5
    23 April

    Tin Cup is an American whiskey that rivals the smoothest whiskeys I've had. The profile is warm and not overbearing on the tounge and leaves a smooth finish, leaving a subtle and flavorful note on the palet. I wrote this review sampling Tin Cup in the included tin cup.

  • 4
    14 April

    Just sippin one on my birthday for the first time and it tastes damn good to me.

  • 4
    7 April

    Pretty smooth drink. I am seeing a good trend with the Colorado bourbons, first Breckenridge and now Tin Cup...very nice

  • 5
    27 March

    Truly wonderful!

  • 5
    10 March

    Wife bought it for me as a birthday present, knowing I love rye and bourbon...this did not disappoint. Great "whiskey", great price point, two fingers on two rocks....

  • 2
    6 February

    Middle of the road, but decent for the price. Worth trying for the value. Most reviews have the tasting notes spot on. Great bottle, but probably won't consider it a part of a "must have" collection.

  • 2
    9 January

    Very cool bottle hiding some very mediocre not-really-bourbon whiskey. Sweet up front but no depth of flavor. Reminds me more of a blended canadian than a bourbon or rye. I will finish the bottle (and amybe keep it for decoration) but will not buy it again.

  • 4
    19 December 2015

    Great flavor. .spice is highlighted on my palate. ..

  • 5
    8 November 2015

    Regarding the claim of "Anonymous" that this is a high-rye bourbon from MGP -- not quite, and it isn''t bourbon at all. Tincup sourced two different bourbons from MGP (each one with a slightly different mashbill) and blended them together, but they also added some Stranahan''s Colorado Whiskey, which is distilled from 100% malted barley. With that malt-whiskey additive, this product cannot be legally labeled "bourbon," which is why the generic term "American Whiskey" is used in the name instead of "Bourbon."

  • 4
    24 October 2015

    This is my go to whisky very smooth and easy to drink

  • 5
    16 September 2015

    Came across Tincup in Edinburgh recently, and had to have it! Not at all disappointed......a great whiskey! Great all round flavour.

  • 4
    15 September 2015

    Of course the story and the lovely pictures on the Tincup website are the usual humbug of a make-believe micro-distiller, but it''s a solid high-rye MGP bourbon and very drinkable. At the price, they should be able to afford bottling it at a slightly higher proof, though; I think that would be definitely beneficial. And I like the bottle concept.

  • 4
    16 August 2015

    Very good whiskey, well rounded flavor, only down fall is they don''t distill their own spirits.

  • 5
    2 August 2015

    I tasted for first time in Denver , since then my favorite whiskey

  • 5
    26 July 2015

    Positively moreish.

  • 5
    25 June 2015

    My New #1 Whisky! Very nice nose and taste. I bought a case, and can''t keep in the cabinet. Very nice.

Show 21 more reviews