Spirits of cinemafounded in 2020, is passionate about whiskey, passionate about cinema and is dedicated to storytelling.
The brand recently announced the launch of two new American whiskeys for its portfolio, “Town at the End of Tomorrow,” a 9-year-old Kentucky bourbon, and “Ryes of the Robots Extended Cut.”
Filmland calls the newest whiskeys “a wildly creative pairing of an original retro B-movie concept…complete with monsters, robots, and over-the-top plots…with a delicious and unique whiskey.”
And the bottles tell part of the story, as they’re custom-designed to reflect an art deco style reminiscent of old-time movie theaters and feature film posters as labels.
For Town at the End of Tomorrow, the whiskey features a mash composition of 78% corn and 13% rye with 9% malted barley. It is aged for 9 years in American white oak barrels and is 94 proof (47% ABV).
As has been explained, Town at the End of Tomorrow took inspiration from their original B-movie concept and tells the story of a future overshadowed by the shortage of bourbon and the banning of spirits older than two years.
In the story, New Bardstown is now the center of the whiskey universe and home to distillers Connor and Emerald Cooper, who yearn for the finely aged bourbons of years past. Together, they travel back in time to the birth of America’s indigenous spirit, where they must face their teetotal ancestor, Judge Barker, in an epic battle for the age of bourbon.
You can watch the trailer here.
“Town at the End of Tomorrow is a celebration of the past and future of bourbon and to bring that story to life, we knew we needed a Kentucky product,” said Troy Bolotnick, founder and CEO of Filmland Spirits. “We have found a blockbuster liquid worthy of our concept and are excited to premiere it in Bardstown, Kentucky at the Bourbon Festival.”
Their Ryes of the Robots Extended Cut is a barrel strength version aged for five years in American white oak, bottled at 108 Proof barrel strength (54% ABV). It contains a mash composed of 95% rye and 5% malted barley.
And there is also a trailer, here.
The two new whiskeys will be available in California, Kentucky, Nevada, Washington, Arizona and Alaska as well as online.
For more information, see www.filmlandspirits.com.