Bakers Bourbon Single Barrel 7+ Year Old  2019 750ml
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Bakers Bourbon Single Barrel 7+ Year Old 2019

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 93 by Whisky Advocate
#16 Top 20, 2019. Poor Baker Beam, great-nephew of Jim Beam. His eponymous Baker’s bourbon ended up a sleeper bottle alongside rightfully lauded Booker’s bourbon and stellar limited editions of Knob Creek. But this year, Baker’s has reason to boast, as it gets the single-barrel treatment. It will remain 107 proof and a minimum of 7 years old. However, the addition of details like barreling date, age, warehouse, and barrel number will make for fun treasure hunting. Our bottle offered a lush palate of blackberries, delicious dried fruits, licorice, and cinnamon.
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Country: United States

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