Fistful Of Bourbon
Fistful of Bourbon is a blend of five straight American bourbons – literally a damn fistful.
Created by William Grant & Son’s Master Blender Brian Kinsman, who was awarded the 2017 ISC Master Distiller of the Year, and Kelsey McKechnie, William Grant & Son’s Whisk(e)y Blender, who happens to be the world’s youngest female Apprentice Malt Master. After sampling loads of straight bourbons, they landed on five that make up the complex, yet smooth flavor profile they were searching for.
A touch of sweetness, green/leafy/floral, warm spice/nutmeg, buttery toffee, and notes of cinnamon/licorice all blended together to make one bourbon that’s big, balanced and stands apart from all the rest.
Not for nothin’ Fistful was awarded a Double Gold medal at the 2019 International Spirits Challenge (ISC) and a Gold medal at the 2020 San Francisco Spirits Awards. Seems like one mighty fine bourbon ya’ll shouldn’t miss out on!
IT AIN’T JUST A BOURBON. IT’S A DAMN FISTFUL.
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