Jefferson's The Manhattan Barrel Finished Cocktail

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Size750mL Proof68 (34% ABV)
This barrel-finished cocktail contains six-year-old Jefferson’s Bourbon and was created in partnership with Esquire's Editor-in-Chief, David Granger.

This product is available in: CA, CT, FL, IL, KY, MN, NE, NH, NJ, NY, TX, WA Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.

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About Jefferson's The Manhattan Barrel Finished Cocktail

Jefferson’s The Manhattan Barrel Finished Cocktail was developed by Jefferson’s founder Trey Zoeller in partnership with David Granger, Editor-in-Chief of Esquire. The pair spent two years and dozens of attempts honing in on the perfect recipe, which they ultimately found by mixing Jefferson’s Bourbon that was aged in Kentucky, dry and sweet vermouth and barrel-aged spiced cherry bitters. The bourbon started at 125 proof and was refined to 82 proof — and once mixed with the vermouth and bitters, the resulting liquid is aged for an additional 4 months in ex-bourbon oak barrels before being bottled at 68 proof. Just pour, chill, and serve.

As a result of this unique barrel-aging process, Jefferson’s The Manhattan Barrel Finished Cocktail has a ripe aroma of Madeira wine and vanilla extract, which leads to a sharp palate filled with bitter herbs, vermouth, and citrus. The finish is clean and lengthy, with soft notes of licorice, oak, and root vegetables making the final statement.

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About Jefferson's

The principal author of the Declaration of Independence and one of the most illustrious founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson was elected the third President of the United States in 1800. During his tenure as President, Jefferson authorized the purchase of the Louisiana Territory, dispatched Lewis and Clark westward to explore the remainder of the continent, and repealed the Whiskey Excise Tax.

After Jefferson retired from public office in 1815, he often tended to the garden that he had cultivated at his Monticello estate. At the time, it was customary for wealthy farmers, including Jefferson, to make their own garden spirits. Each farmer's spirits were unique and reflected their personal tastes and the local terroir of their farm. Jefferson's Reserve Very Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey is crafted by Chet and Trey Zoeller in honor of Jefferson and his experimental nature. While the Zoellers were inspired by Jefferson, their roots can be traced back for generations deep into Kentucky's bourbon history.

About Cocktails

The history of cocktails dates back to the not-so-good days of prohibition when people started to mix drinks trying to make the homemade or bootlegged liquor drinkable.


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Ripe aroma of Madeira wine and vanilla extract, which leads to a sharp palate filled with bitter herbs, vermouth and citrus. The finish is clean and lengthy, with soft notes of licorice, oak and root vegetables making the final statement.
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