Buy 1792 Single Barrel
This Superior bourbon has flavors of butterscotch and caramel notes 1792 single barrel for sale , delicately balanced with hints of fruit and toffee. The body is rich and lingers on the tongue for a delicate and pleasant finish.
A little background
Barton 1792 Distillery was established in 1879 and has the distinction of the oldest fully operational distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky. The distillery is situated on 196 acres, has 29-barrel aging warehouses, and 22 additional buildings including their impressive still house. Currently, there are eight 1792 expressions offered by the distillery including their Small Batch, Sweet Heat, High Rye, Aged Twelve Years, Full Proof, Bottled in Bond, and the Single Barrel bourbon. The 1792 Single Barrel bourbon is one of seven limited special expressions that has been released by the distillery 1792 single barrel for sale . The single barrel expressions are composed of barrels that are selected from the best aging warehouse on their property. This spirit is bottled at 98.6 proof and MSRP is approximately $45.
(Tasted neat from a Glencairn Glass)
Light Golden Amber
The nose is deep and rich with notes of oak, caramel, and vanilla.
The first sip has a medium viscosity that is accompanied by notes of cinnamon, caramel, vanilla, and oak. The second sip produced a concentrated heat in the front and mid-palate. Faint hints of banana were present. The third sip began with a burst of caramel, that transitioned to notes of honey and vanilla 1792 single barrel for sale .
Surely no one would say that what’s missing from the domestic spirits scene is another Kentucky bourbon. But Single Barrel 1792 Straight Bourbon Whiskey is something different: complex without being overbearing – balanced like a good Bordeaux.
The finish was long and pleasant. Notes of caramel, oak, and vanilla were most prominent. Cinnamon and clove notes began to appear as the finish was fading.
1792 Single Barrel presents with a deep and rich nose. The palate is enveloped by a bold heat that is accompanied by notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak. The finish is long and pleasant. This spirit is not overly complex; however, it is pleasant to drink. 1792 Single Barrel seems to sip higher than the proof. I would recommend trying before buying.