MIC.DROP Bourbon 4yr Old 111@  750ml
SKU 825819

MIC.DROP Bourbon 4yr Old 111@

Indiana - United States

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We narrowed down to 4-year, 36% rye samples to see if anything would be of interest. Some tasted consistently richer and more mature than the others. Knowing that the location was not at play, differences between batches could be a factor. This is unlikely as the process is streamlined and MGP knows what they are doing. They know consistency. MGP uses different coopers and the 4-year, 36% rye bourbon that shined for us were systematically aged in the casks made by Zak Cooperage. We narrowed down the batches aged exclusively in casks from this specific cooper. 37 of casks of the same batch were all that was left. The remainder of batch 12E23-E05. We tasted this specific run and were impressed by the profile, the liveliness, fruit expression and elegance on the palate despite being around 56% abv. We bought these casks, shipped them to Strong Spirits where they were blended and bottled at full proof without the addition of any water.

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Country: United States

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