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Noble Oak makes unique and award-winning whiskey with a worthy purpose. The folks at Noble Oak are wood fanatics and rightly so. That’s because 70% of a whiskey’s flavor comes from the wood in which it is matured. They mention: "Our commitment to oak transcends our whiskey, because every bottle plants a tree in partnership with One Tree Planted in an effort to preserve the world’s most majestic forests."
An American whiskey unlike any before, Trinity Reserve is a straight bourbon that brings together three continents via oak from Japan, Europe, and America. The whiskey is first aged for at least 4 years in new charred American oak, before being finished with meticulously hand-picked oak staves. Ex-bourbon staves bring vanilla and citrus notes, European ex-sherry Scotch staves bring dried fruit and spice notes, while virgin Japanese mizunara oak staves bring the profile together, balancing the complexity and adding depth. Released exclusively online, Caskers and Flaviar members have a chance to grab this expression first. Fewer than 2,800 bottles were produced. Paul Pacult of The Spirit Journal has awarded this beautiful expression with 5 stars, noting its "top to bottom, consistent brilliance and on-message character from first whiff through to the finish. No surprises, no changes in direction, just solid, high quality excellence." Expect aromas of honey-baked apples and fresh cookies meet a creamy texture and rich grain flavors, with notes of custard and graham cracker that are rounded up with a velvety vanilla finish.
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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?