About Bardstown Bourbon "Discovery Series" #4 Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Located in the middle of a cornfield in the heart of Bourbon Country, Bardstown Bourbon Company brings together art and science, tradition and innovation, and old wisdom and new ideas. The company, founded in 2014 by Peter Loftin, David Mandell, Daniel Linde and Garnett Black, is one of the country's most technically advanced and sophisticated distilleries. While respecting the art and tradition of bourbon making, the company also takes full advantage of modern technology. In its pursuit of producing a high-quality bourbon whiskey distillate, Bardstown Bourbon Company uses a highly automated, state-of-the-art system, which provides unmatched and unprecedented control of the whiskey production process. This first-of-its-kind system tracks and displays key data points, and allows the distillers to analyze all captured data without limits. The innovative distillery, which is part of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, produces custom rye, whiskey and bourbon, and runs a one-of-a-kind Collaborative Distilling Program, which brings together some of the industry's most experienced distillers.
The distillery’s team, headed by Master Distiller Steve Nally, who has over 40 years of experience in the spirits industry and is a member of the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame, works alongside customers and uses sophisticated technology to create some of the finest whiskeys and bourbons. The company produces nearly 40 unique mash bills, including those used for prominent brands such as Jefferson’s, High West, Belle Meade, Hirsch, Calumet, James E. Pepper, and Cyrus Noble. Bardstown Bourbon Company is one of the top 10 US whiskey distilleries by capacity, and produces 110,000 barrels per year.
Bardstown Discovery Series #4 is a small-batch Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey made from three aged bourbons. This smooth and unique expression is a blend of a high-rye 13 year old Kentucky bourbon, and a 15 year old and a 10 year old Kentucky bourbon.
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