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In the Country Hill Center

87th St. Pkwy. & Lackman Rd.

Lenexa, KS  66219

(913) 492-1604

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In the Prairie Village Shops

71st St. & Mission Rd.

Prairie Village, KS  66208

(913) 236-5311

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Tom’s Town Distilling Co. has come to Kansas

 

Spirits Tastings

 

Rimann Liquors of Prairie Village

Thursday, June 16th

4:30-6:30pm

 

Rimann Liquors of Lenexa

Friday, June 17th

4:30-6:30pm

 

Please join us in both stores as we welcome the distillery owners/co-founders to Rimann's and introduce Tom’s Town Distilling Co.’s Gin, Vodka and Bourbon!

  

 

Tom’s Town Distilling Co.’s Founders David Epstein and Steve Revare both grew up in Kansas City, and have owned businesses based in town before. As soon as they decided to name their distillery after Tom Pendergast, they learned how their families were related to the Pendergast story. The Pendergast machine ruined David’s Grandfather’s bootlegging business. Steve’s great-great- uncle, Maurice Milligan, brought Pendergast down on tax evasion charges in 1939. Serendipity told David and Steve they’d picked the right name.

 

Drawing inspiration from the country’s most polarizing and corrupt political boss, Tom Pendergast, Tom’s Town brings to life the glamorous magnetism of the Gatsby-era.

 

Rooted in a deco optimism, Kansas City flouted Prohibition under the Pendergast machine. “King Tom’s” irreverence for federal statutes in favor of bare-knuckled local capitalism allowed his town to emerge as the “Paris of the Plains.” Spirits, money, and jazz flowed like water in the city’s world-renowned fountains.

 

Legend has it that when a newspaperman asked Pendergast how he justified ignoring the federal statutes behind Prohibition, he shrugged and said,  “The people are thirsty.”

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Oban Little Bay

Single Malt Scotch Whisky

 

Labeled as “small cask”, this non-age stated release takes “mature small batch Oban single malt and gives it time in small oak casks”.  Dark amber in color, Oban Little Bay has a rich and vibrant malty nose with dried apple, dried plums, caramel, honey, allspice, and oak. There’s a solid balance between the rich and spicy characteristics. The entry is very flavorful and expressive, matching the nose quite well with toasted malt, green apple, dried apricot, salt, chocolate, and orange peel. In the mid-palate the real impact of the small cask finish is quite apparent as the spice elements noticeably increase with clove and oak without abandoning the sweet dried fruit underneath. After the peak of the mid-palate, Oban Little Bay backs off quite a bit for a lightly acidic and slightly spicy finish. It’s a fairly light and slightly dry finish that ends fairly clean.

 

Side by side with Oban 14, Oban Little Bay does a good job of holding its own and adds more complexity to the mix. It’s slightly sweeter with a little more fruit and better balanced. It’s a perfect example of how taking the handcuffs off the age allows a blender to create a new, complex, balanced and interesting product.

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