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Barrell Bourbon Batch 025 56.7% abv. 750ml
Barrell Bourbon Batch 025 56.7% abv. 750ml

Barrell Bourbon Batch 025 56.7% abv. 750ml

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Batch 025 highlights the unique additions that secondary grains contribute to aged bourbon. 13 to 15-year corn-forward bourbons and 5 to 9-year-old wheated bourbons were slowly layered in with a selection of 9-year-old high-rye bourbons, revealing notes from the entire spectrum of available flavours. A portrait of finely tuned blending, Batch 025 is citrusy and peppery, without losing the opulence and oaky ease of the older ingredients.

  • A blend of straight Bourbon Whiskeys

  • Distilled and aged in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana

  • Selection of 5.5, 9, 13, and 15-year-old barrels

  • Aged in American white oak barrels

  • Bottled in Kentucky

  • 113.4 proof cask strength bottling

AWARDS​​

  • New York International Spirits Competition - 2020

    • GOLD

    • 95 POINTS

  • L.A. Spirits Awards - 2020

    • GOLD

Neat

Appearance: Chestnut. 

Nose: Opens very high-toned and estery, on pineapple, plum, apple jelly, and honeydew melon. Some actively fermenting mash notes of corn pudding and sunflower seeds sit just below. Much of that blows off after a few minutes, revealing sweet tones of chocolate covered espresso beans, maple syrup, and stroopwafel. As it evolves it gathers woodsy mulling spices, hazelnut, leather, and mesquite smoke.

Palate: Strawberry rhubarb pie, juicy fig and sour orange make for a bright and zesty arrival. Such acidic fruits mirror the nose and couple with limestone minerality and sandy tannin to yield a vinous mouthfeel. It grows richer as you savor a mouthful, developing cappuccino, macadamia nut and leather. More herbaceous than the nose, here allspice is joined by cassia and licorice root. 

Finish: A quick, mineral burst of ink, graphite, and charcoal slowly fades out on Tia Maria.

With a few drops of spring water

The nose grows more focused, resembling a great hot toddy -- honey, orange zest and clove. Ripe banana emerges, joined by a little resinous rosemary and jasmine. The palate gets much thicker as gooey caramel takes center stage. It gets more floral as well, tasting of orris root and potpourri. The finish becomes rather delicate, with coffee ice cream being joined by dried fig and chamomile.