David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year

David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year

David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year

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Introducing David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year—a distinguished and aged expression that exemplifies the artistry and heritage of fine bourbon craftsmanship. Meticulously distilled and patiently matured for seven years, this bourbon encapsulates a rich tapestry of flavors, offering a journey for the senses that connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike will appreciate.

Aged to Perfection: Each bottle of David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year is a testament to the time-honored traditions of bourbon-making. Aged for seven years in new charred oak barrels, the bourbon attains a level of sophistication and depth that only time and meticulous craftsmanship can achieve.

Bottle Design: Presented in a classic and elegant bottle, the packaging reflects the rich heritage of David Nicholson bourbons. The label, adorned with the iconic family crest, pays homage to the legacy and tradition that defines this exceptional bourbon.

Versatility and Enjoyment: Whether savored neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for a classic cocktail, David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year delivers an unparalleled drinking experience. Its versatility makes it a go-to choice for both seasoned bourbon enthusiasts and those new to the world of aged spirits.

Indulge in Tradition: Immerse yourself in the heritage of bourbon with David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year—a spirit that transcends time with its refined flavors and smooth character. Perfect for sipping on special occasions or elevating everyday moments, this bourbon is a celebration of craftsmanship, aged to perfection for your enjoyment.

David Nicholson 1843 Bourbon 7 Year reveals a deep amber hue, foretelling the depth and complexity within. The first sip unfolds layers of caramel and vanilla, warmly embracing the palate. As the bourbon lingers, a symphony of oak, spice, and a hint of dried fruit emerges, culminating in a smooth, well-balanced finish that reflects the expertise behind its seven-year maturation.

The story as it's told is that David Nicholson was a grocer who started to distill his own whiskey in 1843, but as Chuck points out it it's far more likely he was a blender than a distiller. The signature whiskey, David Nicholson 1843, was around before prohibition and after prohibition it was made by Stitzel-Weller.
The Van Winkles owned the brand until 2000 when Luxco acquired it. Still possessing the outstanding character for which it earned its original popularity in 1843, the David Nicholson legacy lives on unchanged, unfettered, and unmatched.
2 The Dock Man (750ml) The Canadian Club Chronicles Issue 2 is a 42-year-old whisky called The Dock Man. The whisky pays homage to the Hiram Walker distillery dock workers that tirelessly loaded freighters with crates of Canadian Club during American Prohibition and shipped them to Detroit.
Half a century his recipe had been passed down for generations. Eventually, the legendary Julian “Pappy” Van Winkle and W.L. Weller handcrafted Nicholson's iconic “43” bourbon at the Stitzel distillery. The Van Winkles owned the brand until 2000 when it was acquired by Luxco.
David Nicholson is made by Lux Row Distillers in Bardstown – the Bourbon Capital of the World. The almost 1700m2 distillery is named after the very remarkable row of trees that can be found on the grounds.
Winner of Double Gold at the SF Spirits Competition, 1843 is a classic-styled “wheater” in the vein of the most sought after whiskeys in the world. With subtle characteristics that allow the grain to shine, you'll find hints of caramel corn, Manuka honey, oak spice, and vanilla.

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