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Sapling Maple Rye Whiskey (750 ml) Sapling Maple Bourbon Whiskey (750 ml) Sapling Snowdrop Gin (750 ml)
This is a small batch, hand-crafted blend of aged American rye whiskey and select Vermont maple syrup. A second maturation in American oak, delivers a unique exquisitely balanced, exceptionally smooth, maple rye whiskey.

“The distillery’s mellow Vermont maple rye whiskey hints of buckwheat, with earthy, smoky overtones.”

- New York Times
This is a small batch, hand-crafted blend of American bourbon whiskey and select Vermont maple syrup. A second maturation in American oak, delivers a unique exquisitely balanced, exceptionally smooth, maple bourbon whiskey.

“My favorite is the darker, woodsier Vermont maple bourbon whiskey, with a richness that ramps up bourbon’s natural sweetness, making it lovely for after-dinner sipping.”

- New York Times
WE 93 | Wine Enthusiast Best of Year 2017

Named for the “first flower of spring,” the company describes the gin and its 18 botanicals as “an expression of this new life springing from the mountains and valleys of Vermont.”


The subtly sweet scent suggests citrus and coriander, which is echoed on the soft, flavorful palate. Cardamom and anise accent the brisk, clean finish. Overall, this is a London Dry-style gin with a few unusual botanicals (cocoa, sarsaparilla root) adding nuance.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Aug, 2017)
Sapling Maple Liqueur (750 ml) Sapling Perc Liqueur Fresh Brewed Coffee (750 ml)
Maple syrup has been a Vermont staple since pre-colonial times. Traditions from hundreds of years ago continue today. The hands-on, small batches are matured in American oak, delivering an exceptional liqueur. Sapling Maple Liqueur is bold like the landscape itself, but always smooth and never too sweet. Try Sapling neat, in coffee or create your own signature drink.

"It tastes like the beginning of winter, like shorter days with more time for contemplation, time for settling in.”

- Esquire Magazine
The specialty grade Arabica beans are carefully picked, milled, and processed to ensure the highest quality coffee. The beans are shipped farmer direct to be roasted locally here in Vermont. The artisanal roasting coaxes the optimal flavor and aroma for every batch. We immediately grind and cold-brew the beans after roasting to maintain and preserve their distinctive character.

The last stage involves infusing the coffee with our exceptionally pure liquor and lightly sweetening the blend.

“Overall, it’s simply a very well-made coffee spirit, easy to sip on straight or simply to be used to give your White Russian an instant upgrade.”

- Drink Hacker