The Scenes from Lynchburg range was introduced in 1998. It was presented in 1-liter bottles with the initial offering available exclusively in Europe.
Almost every year new bottling featuring another ‘scene from Lynchburg’ was released and offered for sale at European airports. Around 2001 the distillery started selling 750ml bottles of the same design in Canada (at 40% abv) and finally two years later the first US release was available in Lynchburg (at 43% abv). The whole range consists now of 12 of 1-litre bottles/scenes, 8 of 750ml bottles (at 43% abv) and 3 of 750ml bottles (at 40% abv). The Scene from Lynchburg No. 8 bottle is featuring an image of the distillery worker crafting sugar maple charcoal in the rickyard. Local sugar maples are harvested in the fall, when moisture content in wood is at its lowest level, and cut in planks. Then three days a week the planks are stacked into five feet high pallets and doused in raw un-aged whiskey and set ablaze. Specially trained person controls fire with the hose because one mistake could turn charcoal into pile of ash.