In 1866, Domenico Canale’s spirits business was booming. Rail cars bearing oak-aged whiskeys rolled in and out of the D. Canale & Co. warehouse at Huling Station, and any bottle featuring the Old Dominick brand was known to be irrefutably fine, setting the bar for whiskey drinkers far and wide.
Today, with the revival of Old Dominick, Domenico’s great great grandsons Chris and Alex Canale are continuing his tradition. Old Dominick Huling Station is a homage to the whiskeys of 1866 Memphis, with a high-rye mash bill reminiscent of those offered by Domenico Canale in his heyday. We’re sure you’ll agree that this very small batch bourbon whiskey will set the bar today just like the barrels that rolled into Huling Station did over 150 years ago.