Adirondack Blended Bourbon  750ml
SKU 804798

Adirondack Blended Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Many argue that crafting a perfectly well balanced whiskey blend is harder than distilling whiskey itself. We're not saying one or the other, we happen to love both. For years our master distillers have scoured the country for straight bourbons of different ages and mash bills to blend with our own straight bourbon to create a smooth, full bodied whiskey for all enjoy. Bourbon is America's whiskey and this bottle is a tip of the cap to her best efforts. Meticulously tasted a tweaked throughout the entire process. You will surely enjoy our Adirondack Blended Straight Bourbon.

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Winery Adirondack

Country: United States

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