Chicken Cock Chanticleer Cognac Barrel Finish Bourbon Whiskey

$293.99
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Size750mL Proof112 (56% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
With its roots dating back to 1856, Chicken Cock was revived in 2012 by Matti Antilla and Master Distiller Greg Snyder. For this expression, Snyder hand-picked 32 barrels. The whisky was matured in American white oak and finished in French cognac casks.
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About Chicken Cock Chanticleer Cognac Barrel Finish Bourbon Whiskey

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About Chicken Cock

Grain & Barrel Spirits is the passion project of Matti Anttila a former J.P. Morgan investment banker turned spirits entrepreneur. During a business trip to Brazil, he sampled the local Brazilian Cachaça. He enjoyed it so much so that he decided to launch Cabana Cachaça quickly building it into a successful brand. After another spirits investment, he founded Grain & Barrel Spirits in 2013.
 
The Chicken Cock label dates all the way back to 1856, and is one of the oldest bourbon brands in history. The brand was successful in Paris, Kentucky, its popularity peaking during Prohibition when production was moved to Canada. In the 1950’s the Chicken Cock Distillery was destroyed by a fire, and in 2016 Grain & Spirits bought the brand and released their line of Whiskey.

About Bourbon

There are not many things more American than bourbon, and although most of it is produced in Kentucky, it can be produced all over the USA.
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The nose is fruity and creamy with ripe peach, sweet cream, and honey aromas. The palate is tannic with cherry, vanilla, plum, date, and banana notes. The finish is sweet with caramel, butter, and citrus notes that linger pleasantly.
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