This is one of those crazy stories that only ever get told in the Whiskey world of Kentucky and Tennessee. Eighty barrels of bourbon sat in the back of a single-story warehouse for 17 years without anybody even remembering they were there. Master Distiller Allisa Henley eventually stumbled on the 80 barrels, tried it – couldn’t believe what she was tasting and rushed to get it all in bottle. That was in June of 2016.
The mashbill here is 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% malted barley and was charcoal mellowed after distillation. You just about cannot find any of this stuff in the market and when you do, it’s usually super costly (up to $800/btl). Still, there’s no way I’m charging that – I want to be on the low side and give everybody a chance at this great collector’s item at a price less than half of what others are going out with. Enjoy!
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