Old Dominick Huling Station Straight Wheat Whiskey
Source: MGPI Contract (more info below)
Mash Bill: 83/12/5 Wheat/Corn/Malted barley
Proof: 90 proof
Tasting Notes: Huling Station Straight Wheat Whiskey opens with a light, sweet honey and a delicate grassy indication on the nose. The palate carries a hay-forward lightness with hints of the same pale honey featured in the nose, bookended by a surprising flash of smoked oak before settling into a medium, lightly-sweet finish.
Backstory: This is bourbon has an interesting production story. Old Dominick started out with an MGP made bourbon just like many other distillers. That's what you'll find in the bottle today. However, what they did at MGP was actually a little different. Old Dominick senior vice president of distillery operations, Alex Castle developed the mash bill and barrel entry proof alongside MGP.
The name pays homage to where the Old Dominick story began in 1866, a bustling the warehouse where D. Canale first sold his bourbon in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, with each sip invoking a feeling of rediscovery.