This premium small batch distiller selection is a treat, its produced in Woodford county and is a mix of copper pot still spirits and column still spirits. my bottle #647 was from batch 158 and I would gladly drink a few more of these.
Not saying much to the non whisky nerds this is a sour mash Kentucky straight bourbon with a mash that has 72% corn in it.
A bourbon needs at least 51% corn to be called a bourbon so the question is what does these extra % do to the whisky ? .. It makes it Sweet 😀 this combined with roughly 7 years in a white oak barrel gives it a really smooth sweet vanilla taste that will urge to pore a new one as soon the glass is empty.