Pappy Van Winkle 23 Year Bourbon Family Reserve 2016 750ml
SKU 789103
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Pappy Van Winkle 23 Year Bourbon Family Reserve 2016

Kentucky - United States

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This very rare, limited edition bourbon takes generations of distilling know-how to produce. Only the most careful and expensive distilling method can be used to create a whiskey as special as this one. Each barrel ages for 23 years and is carefully selected from the heart of the warehouse. This whiskey should be enjoyed neat. Early aromas of caramel and cream with soft notes of oak, nuts and leather. Features a sweet taste composed of vanilla, maple and honey joined by complimentary flavors of citrus and spice. Has a long lasting oaky finish, along with many of the early flavors.

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Country: United States

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