Wattie Boone & Sons 9 Year Old Small Batch American Whiskey

Distilled in Tennessee using a proprietary bourbon mash bill, this expression has spent more than 8 years in experimental oak casks before being bottled in small batches of 2 to 3 casks.
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Historians say that pioneer distiller Wattie Boone was the first documented person to produce bourbon in Kentucky in 1776. He erected the first distillery in Knob Creek, even employing the son of Abraham Lincoln ― according to local legend. Boone is one of a handful of persons most likely to have invented bourbon. He crafted his spirit along the Beechfork, where Preservation Distillery stands.

Preservation Distillery stands among the rolling hills of Kentucky Bluegrass Country. The farmhouse distillery sits on 40 acres of land, its bourbon roots dating back 7 decades, when they started trading old-world bourbon. More recently, they built their own micro-batch distilling facility. The whiskey is pot-distilled in small 1-3 barrel batches and is home to Wattie Boone & Sons, Very Olde St. Nick, and Cowboy Little Barrel brands.

Distilled in Tennessee from a proprietary bourbon mash bill, the Wattie Boone & Sons 9 Year American Whiskey was aged in a single-story warehouse right there by the river where Boone made his first bourbon. It has spent more than 8 years in experimental oak casks before being bottled at 94.7 proof in batches of 2 to 3 barrels.

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Proof 94.7 (47.35% ABV)
Distiller/Bottler Name Preservation Distillery
Size 750mL
The nose opens with enticing aromas of corn, rye bread, and malted barley. The palate is pleasantly sweet and spicy with anise and Madagascar vanilla that linger on the finish.
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