Early Times Fire Eater Cinnamon whisky is a flavored version of their flagship whisky. The "fire eater" label is meant to commemorate carnival atmosphere and curiosity. In this case, expect spicy-hot cinnamon flavors. Note: we have seen this listed as both flavored whisky and liqueur and have opted to list it as flavored whisky in deference to the Early Times brand.
Early Times Kentucky Whisky was first produced in 1860 and maintained a status through Prohibition as a "medicinal" whiskey. The mix of grains, or mashbill, follows a traditional bourbon-style recipe of corn, rye, and barley. It's blended down with the famous Kentucky limestone water that has made those spirits so desirable the world round. (Note the spelling of "whisky" without the "ey" in defiance of American tradition and favoring instead the Canadian-Scottish spelling.)