1792 Small Batch bourbon was named after that very same year that Kentucky officially became a state. This expression features mashbill with a generous helping of rye, resulting in a flavour profile packed with herbal spice alongside the classic caramelised sugar, buttered corn and toasted oak notes you find in top-notch bourbons. Great for sipping over a couple ice cubes on a sunny evening.
Awards & Press Review
GOLD MEDAL: Jim Murry's Whisky Bible
SILVER MEDAL: American Whiskey Masters
SILVER MEDAL: San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Buttery warmth up front on the nose, followed by black pepper and Sesame Snaps. Soft smoky hints of charred oak and cinnamon. On the palate it is runny caramel, clove, cardamom, corn grilled on a BBQ, peanut brittle and spicy rye.