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Four Roses Cask Strength Small Batch 2017 Bourbon Whiskey
About Four Roses Cask Strength Small Batch 2017 Bourbon WhiskeyOn the banks of the Salt River, nestled in the quiet Kentucky countryside near Lawrenceburg, Four Roses Distillery is a testament to American ingenuity and perseverance. Built in 1910 to resemble the architecture of California wineries, the distillery — now listed on the National Register of Historic Places — was one of six distilleries that was granted permission to operate during Prohibition.
Following Prohibition, Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon became the top-selling bourbon in the United States. In 1943, Seagram's bought the distillery and a decade later, discontinued the sale of Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon. In 2002, the distillery changed hands again, and the new owner brought a renewed sense of purpose and vigor to Four Roses.
Approximately 13,800 hand-numbered bottles of Four Roses Small Batch 2017 Bourbon Whiskey were released in 2017. Upon the release, Master Distiller Brent Elliot explained "the magic happened early on with this Small Batch Bourbon — after only my third test blend, I knew we had hit the target and then some. Once we combined them, it resulted in more depth, richness and warmth than any one of the individual recipes." A small batch Kentucky bourbon, this dram brings together only the best of barrels. Bottled at cask strength of 108 proof and barrel aged between 12-15 years, expect intensely fruity flavors and sweet vanilla flavors, but they never become too much. If opened up with a few drops of water, the palate develops further and delivers notes of butterscotch, oak and banana.
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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.
It must be made with at least 51% corn and bottled at 40% ABV or higher. So why not give this American classic a try?