Barrell Craft Spirits Bourbon Barrel Dovetail NV 750ml
SKU 829095

Barrell Craft Spirits Bourbon Barrel Dovetail NV

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 90 by Whisky Advocate
There’s personality galore in this blend of 10 year old Indiana whiskey finished in cabernet sauvignon casks and 11 year old Tennessee bourbon finished in rum casks and port pipes. Caramel, honeycomb candy, See’s molasses chips, peanuts, graham crackers, cola, mature oak, and a little dill on the nose. The palate is chewy, with dried cherries, grape soda, root beer candy, roasted walnuts, dark chocolate, black pepper, ginger, graham cracker, cinnamon cookie, and lush leathery oak. Good development, if you have the patience to linger.

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Country: United States

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