Support Wildlife Conservation With The Boone & Crockett Club Line Of Whiskies

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Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and directly contribute to the conservation of American wildlife and natural resources. You have my attention.

According to their website, the Boone and Crockett Club was founded by Theodore Roosevelt in 1887 as the first national organization to address the destruction of America’s wildlife natural resources and the habitats that support them. Of the many accomplishments the Club has contributed a few that stand out are; the establishment of our national forests and the National Forest Service; many national parks and the National Park Service; the national wildlife refuge system; the Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; structured hunting seasons and game laws; and the funding mechanisms for conservation including the Federal Duck Stamp and Wildlife Restoration Act (Pittman-Robertson).

One of their other accomplishments? Partnering with Prestige Imports LLC to create Boone & Crockett Club Whiskies.

Straight Bourbon Whiskey – Medium to dark amber color; smooth marzipan and tea nose; silky texture; smooth, rich with  balanced spice and vanilla oak; extremely smooth at first and ends with a “Smokey Camp Fire Finish.”

Straight Rye Whiskey – Huge distinctive color; tastes of caramel, wild berries and sweet corn; superb velvety texture with a brilliantly balanced palate; finish is spicy outdoors with a “Camp Fire Smokey Finish”.

 American Blended Whiskey – Rich copper color; tastes of buttery pecans, dried fruit and sweet jams; outstanding consistency and outdoorsy taste; wraps up with a peppercorn and “Camp Fire Smokey Finish.”

Distributed In Texas, Montana, Illinois, Colorado, Connecticut and New York, a bottle of the rye will run you$44.95, and the bourbon $42.99.

h/t: Wide Open Spaces

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A beer bottle on a dock