The Laird family has been distilling apple brandy since at least 1698. Officially, records for the sale of their applejack date back to 1780. Their applejack consists of 35% apple brandy and 65% neutral spirits.
Gentle apple notes hit your nose along with a tiny bit of char smoke. The flavor is tangy and slightly sweet and shows mild wood spices. It is smooth and light bodied on your palate with a pleasant taste of biting into bittersweet apples at the back end. Really nice for what it is. Enjoy neat or on the rocks, although having with ginger ale wouldn't be a bad idea either.