Pendleton Whisky have released a new limited edition 12-year-old Canadian rye whisky, Pendleton 1910, celebrating their role as the official spirit of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).
The name pays homage to the year of the first-ever Pendleton Round-Up and comes packaged in a bottle with embossed detailing reminiscent of tooling on a saddle and features the famous Pendleton Round-Up bucking horse.
“This year and every year, we celebrate the heritage and long-standing western tradition of the Pendleton Round-Up, and we are proud to announce the release of this new and rare 100% Canadian rye whisky,” said Ronald Dodge, of US distributors Hood River Distillers.
“Pendleton 1910 delivers an exceptional, fuller bodied flavor, but maintains the smooth finish that our Pendleton Whisky drinkers have come to expect.”
Widely known as “the Cowboy Whisky,” Pendleton Whisky was created to honor the bold spirit and independence of the American cowboy and celebrates the tradition of the 101-year old Pendleton Round-Up, one of the most prestigious rodeo events in the world.
For more information about Pendleton Whisky and Pendleton 1910, visit the brand online at www.pendletonwhisky.com.