We're releasing a new batch of Cornice this week, this time aged in Dry Fly Distillery's Washington Wheat Whiskey barrels. It's a refreshingly thirst-quenching cider – light, bright, but deep at the same time. There's a soft fruit flavor floating throughout that Lars thought was something like apricot jam, but we think Grace hit the nail on the head when she pegged it as starfruit. It's a light, creamy, hard-to-pin-down flavor. That's all hovering over subtle deeper tones of caramel, vanilla, fresh biscuits and roasted marshmallows from the Dry Fly barrels.