Whisky Jack Daniel's Single Barrel 70 Cl
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Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2015
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The Bulleit Distilling Co.
Estados Unidos Da América
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Medium amber in color, with gentle spiciness and sweet oak aromas. Mid-palate is smooth, with tones of maple, oak, and nutmeg. Finish is long, dry and satiny with a light toffee flavor.
In the 1900s, the frontier spirit was embodied by the hard-working men that built this country, and their after-shift whiskey drink of choice -The Boilermaker. Today, that same spirit lives on in modern, hard-working pioneers everywhere. A simple, quality ritual to look forward to at the end of the day - the Bulleit Boilermaker. Experiment with your #BulleitBoilermaker by sipping your favorite Bulleit whiskey alongside any domestic, international or craft beer. The Boilermaker drink is the classic combo of beer and whiskey. There are many origin stories behind the name, with the most popular explanation linking it to the locomotive workers of the 1800s who were known as "boilermakers." At the end of a shift, they'd head to the bar where they'd order a beer and a shot of whiskey. This timeless pairing can be served with a variety of beers and enjoyed by sipping one after the other - preferably whiskey first. The flavors of the beer and whiskey complement each other and offer a distinct cocktail experience. Ingredients: 1.3 oz. Bulleit Bourbon, 1 glass of beer. | Equipment: Shot glass, Pint glass. | How to Make: 1 - Pour Bulleit into a shot glass 2 - Pair with a beer, please note that each Boilermaker contains two servings of alcohol
A WHISKEY NEARLY LOST FOREVER
In 1987, Thomas E. Bulleit, Jr., fulfilled a lifelong dream of reviving an old family bourbon recipe by starting the Bulleit Distilling Company. Inspired by his great-great-grandfather Augustus Bulleit, who made a high-rye whiskey between 1830-1860, Tom left a successful law practice and risked everything to experience life on the frontier. Today, we're not the only ones who are glad he did. A tavern keeper in 1830s Louisville, Kentucky, Augustus Bulleit was dedicated to a single goal: the creation of a bourbon unique in flavor. After experimenting with countless varieties, he finally came upon a bourbon with the character he had long sought after. One fateful day, while transporting his barrels of bourbon from Kentucky to New Orleans, Augustus Bulleit vanished. What happened is still unknown, and his creation nearly disappeared into history along with him. To this day, Bulleit™ Bourbon is distilled and aged in the Bulleit family tradition. High rye content gives it a bold, spicy character with a distinctively smooth, clean finish. Kentucky limestone-filtered water provides a foundation for the bourbon's character, while charred American oak barrels lend a smoky backbone. Our aging philosophy is simple: we wait until our bourbon is ready.