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Bourbon uit de USA
Another release of Four Roses' Limited Edition Single Barrel from 2013. The recipe used to create this is selected by Master Distiller Jim Rutledge from the 10 recipes that go into their whiskeys. This edition is bottled at 62.9%. 70cl.
Considered by many to be the jewel in the crown of the Jack Daniels stable, Silver Select is bottled at a significantly higher strength, resulting in a greater intensity of flavour. A full-on Tennessee whiskey experience. 50% 70cl
WhistlePig is a fantastic brand of straight rye whisk(e)y which is distilled and initially matured in Canada before being aged further, at the WhistlePig Farm in Vermont. The Master Distiller for WhistlePig is Dave Pickerell, who was the Master Distiller for Maker's Mark for 14 years (so you know he's good). Their 10 year old straight rye is made with 100% rye and delivers a full-on flavour profile of clove, mint, barrel char, creamy caramels and butterscotch. Properly excellent stuff.
A Buffalo Trace bourbon from their Single Oak Project, a fascinating undertaking from the Kentucky distillers which investigates the variables of bourbon production. This includes details about the cask, including which part of the tree it came from, the thickness of the wood grain, how long the staves were seasoned for and the char level, as well as entry proof and mash bill of the whiskey, and even the position in the warehouse!
There are 192 different whiskeys in the Single Oak Project - which Buffalo Trace are hoping you visit their website to contribute your notes about the edition(s) you taste. The Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project bourbons come presented in 37.5cl bottles.
This small batch bourbon is named after Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, an incredibly important figure in bourbon's history from the 1800s who owned a whole host of distilleries and innovated production methods which are still used today. It's only right that the Colonel EH Taylor Small Batch lives up to his name by being absolutely amazing.
As the name indicates, this is a small batch whiskey comprised of selected whiskey barrels which were aged in Warehouse C. constructed by Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr in 1881. This bourbon is also a bonded whiskey which means that the bourbon was distilled in one season, aged for at least 4 years and bottled at 50% ABV.
An excellent brand owned by Buffalo Trace that uses similar methods and recipes to the ones Colonel E. H. Taylor introduced and improved during his time as a bourbon distiller in the late 1800s. The Single Barrel release is made with specially selected barrel exclusively aged in Warehouse C, which Taylor built himself in 1881! What a guy. This single barrel bourbon is aged for 11 years and 7 months in Warehouse C and is bottled-in-bond at 100 proof.
Stagg Jr. Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey: barrel proof, uncut, unfiltered. A robust whiskey, aged for nearly a decade, bottled at 67.20% vol (134.4 proof!). A great and rare Bourbon Whiskey from Buffalo Trace!
Four Roses Single Barrel is a Bourbon, 8 years old, handpicked by Jim Rutledge. This 43% version was distilled in August 1999 and bottled March 2007 at a time Four Roses already upgraded their Single Barrel to the current 50% version.
In Kentucky, buffalo carved a pathway followed by America’s first explorers. Those brave pioneers distilled whiskey using traditional methods and drank it right off the still. They called it White Dog. This raw distillate was clear, un-aged and had a hint of sweet corn. Later distillers discovered this spirit was perfect for aging - creating what we know today as fine Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. We’re still making whiskey on the spot where ancient buffalo once crossed the Kentucky River and following centuries of time-honored distilling tradition. Enjoy this White Dog the way Americans did more than 200 years ago.
Named after Master Distiller Emeritus Elmer T. Lee, this whiskey is hand selected and bottled to the taste and standards of Elmer T. Lee himself. Perfectly balanced and rich, as declared by the man who knows how great bourbon should taste. Tasting Notes: The nose brings notes of clover, vanilla, and old leather. The flavor balances fruit, honey and vanilla with a light spiciness. A long and warm finish.
A small batch, 91 proof, handcrafted Kentucky straight bourbon whisky. Old Pogue was the flagship product of the original H.E. Pogue Distillery in 1876 and is also the first product released by the modern Pogue Distillery. The product was fashioned after an original bottle of Old Pogue that remained in the family for over a century. This easy-drinking bourbon can be enjoyed neat or with a small amount of ice or water.
Often out of stock and hard to find, this 9 year old Kentucky straight bourbon is a delight. On the nose, spicy grain notes with rye prominently placed alongside vanilla and toffee. The palate shows some soft dark fruits, wood spice, and a pleasant dose of rye. The finish lingers with clove, vanilla, and dark fruits. A wonderful sipper and perfect with a cigar.
W. L. Weller is the original wheated bourbon and is made with a unique recipe at Buffalo trace.
This has been bottled at 107 proof and used to carry a 7 year age statement but this has now been removed.
This is produced in a very similar manner to Pappy Van Winkle 10 Year Old as it has the same mash bill and produced at the same distillery.
A classic straight rye whiskey, named for the New Orleans coffee house which was the birthplace of the eponymous cocktail - the one and only Sazerac. While it was originally made with Cognac, the Sazerac is particularly popular with a rye whisky (such as this fine example from the Buffalo Trace distillery) at its core.