The Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey 750ml

The Hilhaven Lodge whiskey is a collaboration between Diageo and Hollywood director and current owner of The Hilhaven Lodge, Brett Ratner. The whiskey is a blend of a bourbon from the 2000’s, a Tennessee Whiskey from the 1990’s, and a rye whiskey from the 1980’s. It is hand-bottled at the historic Stitzel-Weller distillery. The initial rollout will be in California and Florida, and later expanding to DE, HI, IA, IL, KS, LA, MA, MN, MO, MT, NC, NE, NH, NV, NM, NJ, NY, SD, TX, VT, WI.



SKU 8237204
Engraving will delay order up to 2 weeks


The Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey 750ml

  • Appearance

Saturated gold with thick, slow, and sticky legs.

  • NOSE

Light but also chipper thanks to a nice balance of its fruit notes. The citrusy and sweet scents are enjoyable, yet on the weak side, which is most likely due to the whiskey’s low proof. Caramel and vanilla provide a sturdy foundation that at times overpower additional scents of gingerbread, honey, and candied dark fruits. Not overly complex, but likable enough to make you forget that it isn’t.


It can be quite the whirlwind tasting experience for this light whiskey, which hides under a veil of such a low proof. The flavors don’t have much weight to them yet seemingly come at you all at once, fighting for your attention. Light fruit notes are compounded with a mishmash of caramel, vanilla, toffee, clove, leather, spice, and oak that don’t quite congeal into an easily understandable and refined package. None of it is bad per say, but far from a home run.


A spicy, rye-forward kick opens that ends on a oaky semi-dry finish. The transition from the beginning of the finish to the end is an enjoyable switcheroo. This blend of whiskeys creates an interesting metamorphosis of flavor on its finish, one that goes to show how interesting blends can be, yet ultimately shoots itself in its own foot with its lack of punch due to its low proof.




Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 6.5 × 15 in

The Hilhaven Lodge



Alcohol type



80 Proof


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