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Treaty Oak Distilling was founded in 2006 by Daniel Barnes in Dripping Springs, Texas, and is comprised of a mixture of talent coming from distillers, sommeliers, botanists and architects. Treaty Oak’s Ghost Hill Texas Bourbon Whiskey is named after the 28 acre ranch that hosts Treaty Oak.

The mashbill is comprised of 53% yellow Texas corn, 36% Texas wheat and 11% malted barley (not sourced in Texas). The bourbon is aged 4 years with new American oak at a #3 char level, and bottled at 95 proof…

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