|Made From:||Distilled From At Least 51% Corn|
|Produced By:||E.G. BOOZ DISTILLERY CO.|
|Origin:||Boston, Ma. U.S.A.|
|Importer:||Made In The U.S.A.|
|Location:||New Orleans, La.|
“E. G. Booz’s Old Cabin Whiskey” was made for one Edmund G. Booz by the Whitney Glass Works of Glassboro, New Jersey around 1860. It is thought that the 1840 date refers to the age of the whiskey in the bottle. At his death, Booz had 25 cases of Cabin Whiskey in stock, valued at six dollars a case or fifty cents per bottle. That the Booz bottle was continued after his death is suggested by an example with a stopper inscribed with an 1875 date.