Wasmund’s Single Malt is produced at the Copperfox distillery in Virginia – a distillery which prides itself on being utterly unique and doing thigs the old fashioned way, by hand. They malt their own barley, and use very small stills only capable of producing enough for one barrel at a time, all of which isn’t particularly unique by itself. What makes them so unique is how they dry the malt and age the spirit. The malt is dried with Apple and Cherry wood, and the spirit is aged in used bourbon barrels with new and used Apple wood and oak chips inside. The final product is bottled at 48% without chillfiltration, making for what can only be described as an incredibly interesting and honest American single malt whisky.