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Orphan Barrel Distilling Rhetoric Bourbon 25yr Old 91@

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Orphan Barrel Distilling Rhetoric Bourbon 25yr Old 91@  750ml
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VarietalBourbon
Size750ml
CountryUnited States
RegionKentucky
WineryOrphan Barrel Distilling
SKU817952
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Rhetoric 25 is the sixth and final installment of a series that has been around longer than some distilleries. It started in 2013 with the release of Rhetoric 20, with what parent company Diageo alleges is old stock from the Bernheim Distillery that was actually found in old Stitzel-Weller Warehouses. Needless to say, it’s a complex pedigree. But the whiskey, which was distilled between 1990 and 1993, ended up in their hands, and with a limited number of these gems at their disposal, they elected to release portions of it each year, each time with a higher age statement.Diageo has made it known that the mashbill on these barrels broke down to 86 percent corn, 8 percent barley, and 6 percent rye, which is a low rye bourbon if we’ve ever heard of one.

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Producer Orphan Barrel Distilling

Country: United States

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