The Laird family of Applejack and American Apple Brandy offers a variety of bottlings that excite spirit professionals, connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

Our apple brandy products are distilled in North Garden, VA using apples grown in Virginia.

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Laird’s Applejack is a blend of apple brandy and neutral grain spirits. The apple brandy base gives Laird’s Applejack a rich, deep smooth flavor. It is a unique alcoholic beverage in at least two major aspects:

It retains a hint of the delicate aroma and flavor of the tree ripened apples from which it is made. For this reason, Applejack imparts this delightful flavor and aroma to mixed drinks, punches and food recipes.

It is an extremely pure spirit beverage. By Federal Law, only whole apples may be used in Applejack’s production. Throughout the entire process of production there are no additives or starters employed. (Code 053536 – $21.99)

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Laird’s Straight Applejack 86, (Apple Brandy). At 86 proof, it revives the Laird family’s Straight Applejack produced prior to Prohibition. As with all Laird apple spirits, it is proudly made from apples exclusively grown in Virginia. This historic American Apple Brandy is worthy of savoring neat or over ice and excels in traditional whiskey cocktails like the Manhattan and the Old-Fashioned. The smooth, full flavors of this spirit lend these drinks an extra dimension of complexity and body. (Code 053692 – $24.99)

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Laird’s Old Apple is a straight apple brandy. A tasting of each barrel is made to select the barrels that will be aged for the minimum of 7 ½ years needed for this exclusive brandy. (053706 – $34.99)

Laird’s 10th Generation – To commemorate the historic event of a tenth generation Laird continuing our legacy, we proudly introduce “Laird’s 10th Generation Apple Brandy”. It is blended from selected barrels, aged 5-years and bottled in bond.

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Enjoy a taste of American history in every sip of this artisanal, hand crafted brandy.
(Code 053694 – $44.99)

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