To make Seir Hill Mashville, we start with distilled water — that means we heat and cool water to purify it. Then we blend in all-natural flavors that replicate the aroma and flavor of traditional whiskey. Those include charred oak, sweet corn, malt, clove extract, red apple cider and meyer lemon flavor. These flavors didn't happen by accident. We have a certified sommelier on the team who's like the Princess and the Pea when it comes to flavors.
In addition to the flavoring, we have natural colors in the recipe. These tint Mashville a whiskey brown. Purple carrot and caramel are added for just this purpose.
Lastly, there are artificial preservatives in the mix. We resisted this for a time, but Xanthan gum, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate are common preservatives that protect the quality of Mashville and add that mouthfeel that reminds one of a whiskey.