Big Bottom Whiskey changed the label of its American Straight Bourbon Whiskey and Port Cask Finish bourbon whiskey to better represent the company’s native state and namesake — an old forest located in Clackamas County, Ore., the company says. The front label shows Douglas Fir trees from Big Bottom, representing the new generation of spirit producers in Oregon, and a white-tailed deer from North Carolina, symbolizing the brand’s founder, Ted Pappas, who was born and raised in North Carolina. Big Bottom Whiskeys retail between $29.95 and $34.95 and are sold in Oregon, Washington, California, Tennessee, Georgia and Nevada.
Big Bottom Whiskey reflects on its heritage
October 16, 2012