About Filibuster Dual Cask Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
The filibuster is a powerful parliamentary procedure in the United States Senate that allows a Senator to speak indefinitely on any subject of his or her choosing in order to prevent a vote on legislation. Filibuster Distillery was founded in Washington D.C., near Capitol Hill and the name was chosen as a tribute to the freedom of expression that is a part of what makes America great.
They are extremely proud of their lineup, which is built on the purest limestone-filtered water ― according to some, Shenandoah limestone enriches the water with even more desirable minerals than can be found in much-lauded limestone-filtered Kentucky water. Only the finest quality grains are used in this bio-sustainable operation and are converted into poultry feed after use. What really sets them apart, is their proprietary Dual Cask finishing program, where the traditional charred, new American oak barrels are joined by different wine casks. "Filibuster Whiskey is so good," says Sid Dilawri, the brand's founder, "that you won't stop talking about it."
Filibuster Dual Cask Bourbon sits atop their lineup as their Dual Cask twist on a bourbon style that is blended from barrels aged 4-6 years. The mash bill consists of 70% corn, 20% rye, and 10% barley. After being aged in new charred oak casks they add their signature Dual Cask twist with a secondary rest of 2 to 3 months in California wine barrels. That brings forth additional fruity notes of cherries and apricots, which are joined by floral, honey, vanilla, and caramel accents on the palate. The slightly warming and long finish brings with it more caramel, spice, and tannins.
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