1792 225th Anniversary Kentucky
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Firstly, 1792 225th Anniversary Kentucky is a distinct batch of barrels were hand-select especially for this commemorative release. These barrels age for 10 years at Barton 1792 Distillery before being bottle at specifically 92.15 proof. This special proof is a nod to the year 1792 and to Kentucky being the 15th state to join the Union. buy 1792 225th Anniversary Kentucky Straight Bourbon online
More so, the dark blue neckband on the bottle and back label are a salute to the official state seal. This is the sixth limited edition release of 1792 Bourbon expressions, the 225th Anniversary Bourbon joins previous releases of High Rye, Sweet Wheat, Port Finish, Single Barrel, and Full Proof Bourbons.
Additionally, the following are important;
Nose: Caramel, fruit, and vanilla cream greet you out of the glass. The fruit is reminiscent of cherry or strawberry. There’s also a nice angel food cake note underneath.
Palate: First thing I get is a little caramel, brown sugar, and oak, follow by a warm, juicy red fruit similar to what I found in the 1792 Sweet Wheat but more pronounce. There is a nice burn on the tail end that carries the notes of fruit and cream into the finish.
Finish: Sweet, fruity, and oaky with a bit of caramel. The finish is medium in length and the whiskey leaves a nice “full” feeling coating the mouth. There is a little vanilla and a nice spice to finish it off.
Furthermore, Barton 1792 Distillery was establish in 1879 and denys today the oldest fully-operating Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky. Situate in heart of bourbon country on 196 acres, the Distillery boasts 29 barrel aging warehouses, 22 other buildings including an impressive still house, and the legendary Tom Moore Spring.
In summary, 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon to be Release Only in Kentucky. BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY (May 30, 2017) – On June 1st of the year 1792, the Commonwealth of Kentucky join the United States of America. This special proof is a nod to the year 1792 and to Kentucky being the 15th state to join the Union