This vintage 1/2 pt. old Dripping Springs Pure Old Bottled in Bond Straight Kentucky Whiskey Bottle while not having a perfect label with some of the paper gone is still a good catch for anyone's home bar. I have spent hours researching Dripping Springs Whiskey and the Company that owned it E. Eppstein V Company. Its main office was in Dallas Texas and they were the sole distributor of this brand.
I couldn't find anything about it at all probably making this a short lived Company. It has an attractive label with the P missing. I found this bottle under an old farm house in the floor joists about 1968 in North Texas. I was an avid bottle collector at that time. This is one of the few I have left. I feel this was bottled in the 1930's or 1940's.
The main colors are green, cream, and gold. The bottle is 6 1/2" tall, 3" wide, and is 1 1/2" thick. The bottle is a cork bottle and has part of the tax stamp attached. This was bottled after prohibition because it says "This whiskey is bottled under the supervision of the U.S. Revenue Department at the distillery and is recommended a pure, straight, Kentucky Whiskey." This is an unusual rare bottle and would be a great addition to any collection.
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Vintage Dripping Springs Pure Old Bottled in Bond Straight Kentucky Whiskey Bottle