Kentucky Straiight Rye Whiskey
Around 15 carefully selected barrels
Deep red/gold in the bottle, shows its age quite well. You rarely see this colour in a whiskey as it denotes a great deal of maturity and aging. To see this colour in a single malt scotch it would have to be a lot older and about 4 - 10 times more expensive. It is a beautiful thing. On swirling it leaves a thicker coating on the glass and has more legs and heavier body than George T. Stagg or Buffalo Trace Bourbon.
Dry, almost amontillado-like bouquet, leather, and on more warming: char, toffee, some spiciness, and a faint trace of marzipan.