American Distilling Inc

America’s Largest Producer of  Witch Hazel

American Distilling

The Witch Hazel Capital 

The Town of East Hampton has become the Witch Hazel Capital of the World thanks to American Distilling Inc.

As the largest producer of Distilled Witch Hazel American Distilling, offers formulations for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications. The East Hampton Company offers bark, pulp, and leaf extracts used in skin protectant, discomfort, and irritation.  With a history  dating back to the mid 1800’s, American Distilling has established itself as a cornerstone in the Witch Hazel industry and ultimately a part of Americana.

American Distilling is located at 31  E High St. in East Hampton, CT

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel, also known as winterbloom, snapping hazel and spotted alder, is indigenous to the woodland areas of the Northeastern United States.  The twigs and bark of the Witch Hazel Plant contain the therapeutic and aromatic constituents that, when distilled create the clear, fragrant, natural astringent American Distilling is famous for today. Native Americans recognized Witch Hazel’s value, and would apply it topically to treat minor wounds, abrasions and skin irritations.

Today, the applications of Witch Hazel go beyond facial care where a mild but effective astringent is desired; other applications include cleansers, body washes, hair care, eye gels and personal hygiene products. Consumers and medical professionals alike recognize Witch Hazel as a naturally soothing botanical extract.

Certified Organic Wild Crop

USDA Organic Crop

In addition to natural formulations of Witch Hazel, American Distilling also offers several Certified Organic Pulp and Leaf Extracts. For over 100 years American Distilling has harvested Witch Hazel material as a wild crop from the wilderness of New England. USDA certified by Quality Assurance International (QAI) as an Organic Wild Crop Handler and Processor, The East Hampton Factory is adhering to a strict Organic System Plan which encompasses over 30,000 acres of land approved for harvest.

For More Info Visit:  AmericanDistilling.com 

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Activities and Notable East Hampton Landmarks

Comstock Bridge
Comstock Bridge

The Comstock Covered Bridge is located on 14 Bridge Street at the junction of Colchester and East Hampton crossing the Salmon River.

Nelson Campground
Nelson Campground

Nelson’s Family Campground is located in the heart of central Connecticut. Whether for the day, week, month or season, the campground is an ideal place to camp, relax and enjoy the great outdoor life with your friends and family.

Air Line Trail
Air Line Trail

The Old Air Line Trail in East Hampton dates from the 1870s, and today draws walkers, horseback riders and bikers for the views, the relaxation and the solitude.

Sears Park
Sears Park

Sears Park is situated on Lake Pocotopaug the park was donated to the Town in 1910 by the Sears family.  The Park, Pavilion and Willian O’Neill Performing Arts Gazebo are located at 68 North Main Street in East Hampton, Connecticut

Lake Pocotopaug
Lake Pocotopaug

Lake Pocotopaug is a big part of East Hampton’s History and in recent times has become a popular resort area surrounded by numerous homes

Hurd Park
Hurd Park

Enjoy scenic views of the Connecticut River while surrounded by nature.  Activities at Hurd Park include birding, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, and camping. Parking is available at the intersection of 151 and Hurd Park Road.