VODKA

Blinking Owl Vodka

Vodka-R


While organic Durum Wheat was the primary ingredient, you’ll get a hint of flavor from the malted barley that was added to the mash bill. Our Vodka was double distilled, as we wanted to keep the stunning earthiness that transfers to your glass.

OC ORANGE FLAVORED VODKA

Blinking Owl OC Orange
Flavored Vodka

OC-Orange


We start with the same base as our Vodka and use a combination of Maceration and Vapor distillation of Valencia oranges grown right here locally in Orange County at the Heritage Museum of Orange County.

AQUAVIT

Blinking Owl Aquavit

Aquavit


After crafting our base spirit with wheat and malted barley, we macerated with 10 gorgeous organic botanicals. The primary flavors of our Aquavit are Caraway, Dill, and Hibiscus (the Flower of Santa Ana). You’ll have to guess the rest!

GIN

Blinking Owl Gin

Gin


Blinking Owl Gin features a total of 12 Botanicals. It is a beautiful, complex California botanical-style gin. The primary flavors are Juniper, Hibiscus (as it is the flower of Santa Ana), Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, and Sage. It is distilled in house from grain to glass.

Whiskey

Blinking Owl Whiskey


Our whiskies including Bourbon, Rye, Wheat, and Single Malt will age in traditional 53 gallon barrels for a minimum of 2 years. We mill, mash, ferment, distill, and barrel age in house, which means we will not have a 2, 4, 6, or 9 year old whiskey to sell until 2, 4, 6, or 9 years from now. We currently have Bourbon and Rye aging in barrel.

WATER

Award-Winning Santa Ana Water


The Base of all good spirits begins with water. For the past five years, Santa Ana has grabbed the bronze, silver and gold, earning the distinction of producing the nation’s best and highest quality tap water in 2014. In 2016 Santa Ana was awarded 4th best tasting water in the United States and best in the state of California among cities who entered.

Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting is not an easy competition to win. It is an accredited, international competition where judges take their jobs very seriously. Judges taste and rate each water entry for appearance, aroma, taste and aftertaste.