" Appalachian Apple Pie smells like cooling apple pies from your Aunt Pams countertop, with fresh green apples and lemon leaves. Sweet baked apples, crisp, buttery shortbread and lemon zest flavors envelope your mouth when you taste it. Appalachian Apple Pie is best shared around fireplaces, campfires and tailgates. It exceptionally good when shared with new friends along the trail. " ~ Distillery notes
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The land in and about the City of Sugar Land was originally owned by the Mexican government and was granted to Samuel M. Williams through Stephen F. Austin. There were several factors which governed Williams receiving this grant, among them was the fact that he spoke Spanish, was well educated, and wrote a fine Spencerian hand. Williams called this land "Oakland Plantation" because there were many different varieties of oaks on the land - Pin Oak, Post Oak, Water Oak, Red Oak, and Live Oak. During this period of time, land grants were measured from one oak to another.