Montana has an overlooked though rich history of fruit production. Many fruit trees came to the territory with Montana’s pioneers, among them pears, plums, cherries, and apples. Settlers ornamented their homesteads with fruit trees and orchards and supplied other newcomers and mining camps with their fruits. The Bitterroot Valley, with its long growing season, supported apple orchards as early as the 1860’s. By the 1890’s Montana produced apples commercially and the industry marketed Bitter Root MacIntosh Apples across the country.
Fruition Apple Brandy carries on the pioneer spirit of Montana’s early homesteaders. This Single Apple Edition is pot distilled from MacIntosh apples from the Bitterroot Valley and aged in oak casks. Montana’s quiet tradition of fruit production comes to fruition in this golden-hued apple brandy.