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Devils River Bourbon captures the spirit of the waters it draws from. The first sip is bold, followed by an oak, honey and caramel medley. Our bourbon finishes smooth with a warm, sweet flavor—just a reminder that there’s a little Devil inside all of us.

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The Devil is in the Details

Devils River Bourbon owes its unique taste to our meticulous attention to detail. We begin with select grains, carefully chosen to bring out the warm, golden notes of Devils River Bourbon Whiskey.  We ferment our whiskey with proprietary yeast designed to bring out the bold flavors of Devils River. The mash is distilled in traditional copper pot stills and then our whiskey is aged in dark #4 charred oak barrels, which enriches the deep amber color and the bold, sweet flavor.

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Devils River Water

At the heart of the process, the whiskey is combined with the pure, limestone-filtered spring water of the whiskey’s namesake Devils River. It’s the excellent water quality of the Devils River that unmasks all of the pristine nuances that we worked tirelessly to get into our Texas small batch bourbon. The world’s Master Distillers agree: pure, limestone-filtered water is essential in producing the highest quality whiskey.

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Finishing Devils River Whiskey

Our proprietary chill filtration process lends the whiskey its signature smoothness and removes any harshness that might distract from the warm mouth-feel and flavorful notes of Devils River.

The final product is our smooth 90 proof, small batch Texas whiskey. Our process isn’t easy, but then again, easy isn’t the Texas way. We work hard to give you the best whiskey Texas has to offer. So grab a friend and grab a glass, the Devil is here.

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