This week's most interesting new labels from the federal TTB database:
A label cleared for Bunnahabhain 13 year old Marsala Finish, exclusively for the US market.
Moet Hennessy cleared a label for a new 42 year old Glenmorangie Pride, distilled in 1974.
A label cleared for Deanston 14 year old Organic. Earlier this year, Deanston released a 15 year old organic malt in the UK. No word on why this one is 14 years old.
Have you always wanted to see a whiskey label featuring the skull of a murdered Indian Chief and a story about the "God-fearing" man who killed him? Look no further than Tanner's Curse, a new make bourbon mash whiskey from Boone County Distilling in Kentucky. There is a lot of mystery around this label. What does the story have to do with whiskey? Why would you want to drink a whiskey associated with some guy who defiled Native grave sites and murdered Native Americans. And if it's new make, why is there a giant number 8 on the label?
Note: The fact that a label appears on the TTB database does not necessarily mean it will be produced. In addition, some details on the label, such as proof, can change in the final product.