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A.D. Laws Centennial Straight Wheat Whiskey 5 Year Bonded NV 750ml

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750ml
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United States
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Colorado
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Made from a single season’s harvest of Centennial Wheat, the heirloom spring soft white varietal grown for us in the San Luis Valley, this is the first wheat whiskey to be Bottled in Bond in Colorado, which, fittingly is known as the Centennial State. AROMAS: Mountain strawberries, orange marmalade, alpine meadow and wildflower honey FLAVORS: Jasmine tea, sage, spruce tips and pink peppercorn MASH BILL: 100% Soft White Centennial Spring Wheat AGED: Over five years in new 53-gallon charred oak barrels ALC/VOL: 50%
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A.D. Laws Centennial Straight Wheat Whiskey 5 Year Bonded NV 750ml

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