Cellar/Tasting Notes A single barrel product from Four Roses is perhaps more significant than such an offering from another distiller because of the unique way the company makes its standard product, using ten different bourbon recipes (two mash bills, five yeasts). By its nature, selecting a single barrel means..
Cellar/Tasting Notes At 120 proof, this new Knob Creek is scorching hot, and too impossibly strong to drink without cutting it down. It needs water, and more than a splash.Once down to sipping strength, this bourbon's charms are readily apparent. Standard Knob Creek is complex but on the sweet side, its oak..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "...this recipe contains just rye and malted barley, no corn. The result is an aroma full of dried fruit, black pepper, and touch of fresh dill. A small sip brings an array of flavors both sweet and savory with a terrific balance of dark spices and subtle caramel overtones. The finish is..
Cellar/Tasting Notes The 1776 15-year old is barrel proof, not chill-filtered, with over 90% Rye in the mash bill. A rich, complex and full-bodied whiskey with flavors of caramel, chocolate, orange, cloves and honey.