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Hamilton Distillers

Tucson, AZ

(520) 628-9244

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2106 Forbes Blvd Tucson, AZ, 85745
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  • Tom Oetinger 93 days ago

    A family owned, craft distillers located right in the heart of Tucson, which produces excellent smoked and unsmoked whiskey. Their small batch Distillers Cut was exceptionally complex. Karley is both personable and knowledgeable; she will provide you with a great tour / tasting.

  • Will Pew 164 days ago

    Hamilton Distillers creates unparalleled single malts 100% (malting, roasting, distilling, bottling, etc.) at this location. A tour and tasting are fun and informative and while you are there you can pick up some truly incredible single malt and fun accessories (such as a Glancairn glass to enjoy your Dorado, Distillers Cut, or other purchase). The folks who run the place a friendly and it is a great place to bring out-of-towners looking for something a little different. Just make sure you have a reservation and note that they are not open every day.

  • John Howard 283 days ago

    I heard it rivaled high end Bourbon and Scotch..... Guess it's a must try!

  • Rich Dillon 608 days ago

    Doing a flight of the three Del Bac whiskies is climbing on board for a quick trip to heaven! I "cycle -sipped through the handsome presentation, and was delighted as each cycle rendered a new appreciation of Hamilton Distillery's efforts. The mesquite flavor is distinct in the Dorado and the Clear, and the Classic has its own thing going on. If it is still available, the limited run "El Jefe" is their ultra-high proof libation, and packs a three dimensional wallop! LOVE THESE FOLKS!

  • Kerry Hales 663 days ago

    I have been adding Whiskey Del Bac Dorado into some of my home-brewed beer. The whiskey is one of the best I have had. It has a nice smoked character with the added bit of astringency that mesquite wood gives to the whiskey. Lots of oak flavors and VERY well balanced. Super-high quality product that has a distinct aroma and character. II injected a very small amount of about 4 oz into a glass of medium toasted French Oak chips and added this to a Irish Red Ale I home brewed. Outstanding complexity and flavor which I've not experienced before. Thanks!

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