Sweetens Cove Kennessee Bourbon Blend|
We're back with the latest release from Sweetens Cove. This one is pretty unique. Sweetens blended bourbon from both Kentucky and Tennessee. The blend was done by Marianne Eaves. After blending, the bourbon rested in steel tanks with toasted sugar maple wood. This is a nice nod to the Tennessee Whiskey roots while adding some depth and rounded wood notes.
Why would I add a sourced celebrity bourbon to Seelbach's? The answer is pretty simple. The bourbon is really good. They're transparent about their blending and sourcing. And, most importantly, well-aged bourbon is getting scarce! Sweetens Cove has already announced their next batch that includes 4-year-old barrels. I hate to say it, but I don't think we'll see many blends aged in the double-digits for a long time! Time to get it while we can.
|Sweetens Cove Kennessee Bourbon Blend|
Who better than Master Blender Marianne Eaves to bring the historic rivalry of Kentucky and Tennessee bourbon together in one bottle. These proud rivals share a commitment to craftsmanship and culture, land and legacy. Now, experience one delicious and dynamic blend among friends.
Proof: 110.7 proof
Tasting Notes: Nose: Warm toasted oak, graham cracker, rich mulled spice and orange peel, hint of dried pome fruit. Palate: Sweet warm caramel, vanilla and baking spices, hint of citrus, gentle chewy oak, easy creamy mid palate Finish: Long, lingering warmth, sweet soft woodsy finish.
|Sweetens Cove Tennessee Straight Bourbon - Batch IV|
Mash Bill: 84 Corn/8 Rye/8 Malt
Tasting Notes: Nose - Clean, Sweet Caramel & Butterscotch Notes. Palate - Warm Spice. Leather & Pepper Mid-Palate. Finish -Warm Lingering Oaky.
Sweet toasted oak, bright ripe fruit, a hint of baking spice, and vanilla bean. robust cooperage, brown sugar, and toffee oak presence grow on the finish.