Twin Valley Distillers

Twin Valley Distillers

The Spirits are Rising in Maryland

711 East Gude Dr Bay D, Rockville, MD 20850

Twin Valley Distillers is Montgomery County’s first operating distillery using local grains and products in an attempt to revive the fine art of handcrafted spirit-making in Maryland. ‘Maryland authentic’ is a term Twin Valley uses to highlight their commitment to the burgeoning 'farm-to-table' concept so popular in restaurants today. The company sources all grain and raw products exclusively within a 50-mile radius of their location in Rockville, Maryland. Grains are also recycled back to local farms for animal feed. They are now proud to introduce this November, the first straight bourbon in Maryland, through their Maryland Whiskey Company division.
The quality of Twin Valley’s pristine premium liquors is ensured by their master distiller, Edgardo Zuniga, whose unerring chef’s palate determines whether a new batch is ready for bottling or not. Hand-crafted, small-batch bourbons, whiskeys and other fine spirits is what defines Twin Valley Distillers.

Whiskey Sour

  • 0.75 oz. fresh lemon juice
  • 0.75 oz. simple syrup (1 part water, 1 part sugar)
  • 1 cherry
  • 1.5 oz. Black Label, 1812 Bourbon
Add all the ingredients to a shaker filled with ice and shake.\n\nStrain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice.\n\nGarnish with a cherry and lemon wedge.

Mint Julep

  • 0.25 oz. raw sugar syrup
  • 2 oz. Black Label or 1812 Bourbon
  • 8 mint leaves
In a Julep cup or rocks glass, lightly muddle the mint and syrup.\n\nAdd the bourbon and pack tightly with crushed ice.\n\nStir until the cup is frosted on the outside.\n\nTop with more crushed ice to form an ice dome and garnish with a few drops of bitters, if desired, and a mint sprig.

Hot Toddy

  • 0.25 oz. fresh lemon juice
  • 1 Lemon twist
  • 2 oz. Black Label, 1812 Bourbon or 1794 Rye Whiskey
  • 2 tsp. Demerara sugar or brown sugar
  • 4 Cloves
  • Boiling water, to fill a mug
Fill a mug with boiling water and let stand for a minute or two to warm. Meanwhile, stick the cloves into the lemon twist and set aside. Empty the mug and fill about halfway with fresh boiling water. Add the sugar and stir to dissolve. Add the prepared lemon twist and stir. Add the lemon juice and whiskey, and stir again.


  • 1 oz. Sweet Vermouth
  • 2 oz. 1794 Rye Whiskey
  • 5 drops Angostura bitters
Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass filled with ice and stir.\n\nStrain into a chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with a cherry.

Bourbon Old Fashioned

  • 1 Maraschino Cherry
  • 1 orange wheel
  • 1 splash club soda
  • 1 tsp. sugar
  • 2 oz. Black Label or 1812 Bourbon
  • 4 dashes Angostura Bitters
In an Old Fashioned glass, muddle the bitters, sugar, orange wheel, cherry and a splash of soda.\n\nRemove the orange rind, add the bourbon and fill with ice.\n\nGarnish with a fresh orange wheel and cherry