Marylanders began distilling whiskey along the Chesapeake Bay in the 1500s. Each recipe varies, typically containing rye, corn & malted barley or another wheat-like grain. This combination gives Maryland whiskey its distinct bold, spicy & fruity taste. In the early 20th century, Maryland was a whiskey hub, producing 5.6 million gallons in the year 1911 alone. Sagamore Distillery & Baltimore Spirits Company are among those still making Maryland rye.
The use of high-fire ceramic decals renders this glass completely dishwasher- and microwave-safe. The design will not fade or chip over time.