This is a brand with history. In fact, it survived prohibition despite not having a medicinal spirits permit. It became the house whiskey of the famous Cotton Club speakeasy in New York.
The rights to Chickencock whiskey were purchased by a Canadian Company during prohibition. The Canadian whiskey found its way back to America through different channels. The bottles were shipped in a tin can and became known as the whiskey in a can.
Chickencock is another brand that has been revitalized with careful research into the history, marketing, and tradition of the original whiskey dating back to the mid-1800s.
Take a moment to watch my good friend Charlie Berry and I review this very interesting twenty-year-old whiskey. You can watch the VIDEO HERE.