Split Spirits believes it's possible to make spirits that enrich the soil, rejuvenate the forest and refresh our air and water, with no need to compromise the environment to obtain delicious flavor. Because traditional barrelmaking produces less than two barrels from a single century-old white oak tree, they aim to use whole trees (and not just white oak, either) when creating the their aging barrels. Instead of felling still-living trees, they source their wood from lumber seconds—"splits" of wood that would go on to inspire their name. They'll even take some of those splits and infuse them directly into their spirits, like "inverse barrel aging," as they put it.
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