About Lucky Seven 'The Proprietor' 12 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey
Lucky Seven Spirits was founded by best friends Michael Lahalin and John Pals. Both bourbon fans and cinema aficionados, the pair settled on the moniker Lucky 7, named after the legendary Stage 7 of the Warner Brothers lot, where countless classics such as Casablanca were filmed. Since the giant stage got a reputation for producing so many hits, it got the nickname "Lucky Stage 7."
The pair sources and blends rare bourbons, only using the finest juice they can find and releasing them as limited editions: 12 YO "The Hold Up," 6 YO "The Jokester," and 12 YO Single Barrel "The Proprietor." They have won several medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, among others. As befits the Hollywood and movie history that permeates Lucky Seven, they have also created a series of short films that accompany each expression. The luxurious decanter bottles include several nods to Old Hollywood, as well as real 22-karat gold.
Lucky Seven "The Proprietor" 12 YO Single Barrel Bourbon isn't a blend at all. This series consists of exceptional barrels that Lahalin and Pals deem too great to blend and instead get the single-barrel release treatment. 3 barrels have since been released: The smooth #5 has dried stone fruit notes, the #7 has fruity oak, sweet dried fruit, and vanilla, and barrel #9 has brown sugar, molasses, and cantaloupe.
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