The whiskey is named for the famed Sazerac Coffee House was founded in 1850 on Exchange Alley in New Orleans, Louisiana and soon gained fame as the home of “America’s First Cocktail” known as the Sazerac. Using rye whiskey in place of the French brandy, a dash of Peychaud Bitters, and Herbsaint, what eventually became the official cocktail of New Orleans was created.
Awards & Press Review
GOLD MEDAL: The American Whiskey Masters
3RD PLACE MEDAL: International Whisky Competition
BRONZE MEDAL: World Whiskies Awards
The nose is filled with Sweet with spices and stem ginger in syrup. Orange zest, freshly ground black pepper and mixed peels. The palate is thick, spicy palate with notes of Seville orange marmalade and allspice. Peanut butter, toffee and barrel char develop later on..