Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey

Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey

Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey

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Introducing Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey—an exquisite expression that pays homage to tradition while embracing the influence of French Oak aging. Meticulously crafted, this bourbon offers a sensory journey that seamlessly blends the robust character of American bourbon with the nuanced elegance of French Oak, resulting in a whiskey that is both timeless and innovative.

French Oak Aging: This bourbon undergoes a meticulous aging process in French Oak barrels, a nod to the artistry of both American and French whiskey-making traditions. The French Oak imparts a refined influence, elevating the whiskey to new heights of complexity and depth.

Bottle Design: The presentation of Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey is as elegant as its flavor profile. Encased in a classic bottle, the label reflects the timeless nature of bourbon craftsmanship. The subtle incorporation of French-inspired elements hints at the whiskey's innovative aging process.

Versatility and Refinement: Ideal for savoring neat to appreciate its intricate layers or as the foundation for sophisticated cocktails, this bourbon invites exploration. Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey is a versatile spirit that bridges the worlds of classic and contemporary whiskey enjoyment.

Embrace Tradition, Embrace Innovation: Elevate your whiskey experience with Daviess County French Oak Bourbon—a fusion of American heritage and French Oak refinement. This bourbon is a celebration of craftsmanship, offering a tasting journey that honors tradition while embracing the art of innovation. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of flavors that defines Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey.

Daviess County French Oak Bourbon Whiskey boasts a deep amber hue, hinting at the rich complexity that awaits. The first sip reveals a harmonious fusion of classic bourbon notes—vanilla, caramel, and a touch of spice—intertwined with the unique characteristics imparted by French Oak. The wood imparts subtle nuances of toasted almonds, dried fruits, and a lingering hint of tannins, creating a sophisticated and well-balanced flavor profile.

Daviess County Bourbon might've originated in famed Daviess County, Kentucky, but it now calls Lux Row Distillers home. Located just a few counties east in Bardstown, Lux Row Distillers is a newcomer to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Daviess County Kentucky Straight Bourbon is another in a line of bourbons that has a lighter color but a heavier taste. Citrus, specifically orange, is the predominant flavor here. There's also a teeny bit of grapefruit that balances out the flavors. The pepper is the big surprise at the end, but no wonder.Daviess County was established on June 1, 1815 by taking land from Ohio County. The county is named for Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss, the United States Attorney who unsuccessfully prosecuted Aaron Burr and died in the Battle of Tippecanoe on November 7, 1811.
It must be distilled from at least 51% corn, aged in charred new oak barrels at no higher than 125 proof, and bottled at no less than 40% alcohol by volume. While Kentucky and bourbon are practically synonymous, it can be made in any state in the country. Today, of course, bourbon is back–in Bourbon County, and beyond.Daviess County Bourbon | Daviess County Bourbon First Distilled in 1874. Reintroduced for You Today. John Rempe, Master Distiller and Master Blender for Lux Row Distillers, shares his expertise on whiskey blending and how you can become a blending expert at home.
On the spot where the buffalo migration route crossed the Kentucky River, we've been making legendary bourbon whiskey for over 200 years. Buffalo Trace is the oldest continuously operating distillery in America.
Under federal standards, Kentucky Bourbon must be aged in new charred oak barrels for aging at no greater than 125 proof (62.5% alcohol-by-volume) during the distillation process and must be made of at least 51% corn. Straight Bourbon must be aged for at least two years.

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