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Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey

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Introducing Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey, a distinguished expression crafted with precision and passion. This exceptional whiskey is the result of a collaboration between Four Gate Whiskey Company and Kelvin Cooperage, renowned for its commitment to excellence in barrel craftsmanship.

Hand-selected rye whiskies sourced from top distilleries across the United States form the foundation of Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey. These carefully chosen spirits are then finished in bespoke barrels crafted by Kelvin Cooperage, where they undergo a unique aging process that imparts unparalleled depth and complexity.

Upon pouring, Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey reveals a rich amber hue, hinting at the layers of flavor that await within. The aroma is inviting and complex, with notes of spicy rye, caramel, and vanilla mingling with hints of toasted oak and dried fruits.

On the palate, this whiskey delights with its velvety smoothness and balanced flavor profile. Spicy rye notes dominate, complemented by layers of caramel, toffee, and dark chocolate. Subtle hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves contribute to the whiskey's complexity, while the whiskey's oak aging imparts a subtle smokiness and warmth that lingers on the palate.

Presented in a distinctive bottle that reflects the whiskey's premium quality, Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey is a true testament to the artistry and innovation of American whiskey-making. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in your favorite rye whiskey cocktails, it is sure to elevate any drinking experience to new heights.

Experience the craftsmanship and tradition of Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey – a whiskey that pays homage to the rich heritage of rye whiskey and the skill of those who craft it.

 

ABV

56.4%

Tasting Notes

Appearance: Golden amber with glints of copper, Four Gate Split Stave by Kelvin Batch 27 Straight Rye Whiskey presents a captivating hue in the glass, hinting at its complexity.

Nose: The aroma is vibrant and enticing, with pronounced notes of spicy rye, caramel, and vanilla. Subtle hints of toasted oak, dried fruits, and baking spices add depth and intrigue, promising an inviting tasting experience.

Palate: On the palate, this rye whiskey delivers a velvety smoothness and layers of flavor. Spicy rye dominates, accompanied by caramel, toffee, and dark chocolate notes. Subtle hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves contribute to the whiskey's complexity, while the oak aging imparts a subtle smokiness and warmth that envelops the palate, leading to a satisfyingly long finish.

Finish: The finish is lingering and indulgent, with echoes of spicy rye, caramel, and oak lingering on the palate. A delicate sweetness emerges, balanced by hints of spice, ensuring a harmonious conclusion to each sip.

Distillery Information

Distilled in Kentucky and featuring a 78% corn, 12% malted barley and 10% rye mashbill, this limited release from Four Gate sports a 10 year age statement and bottling at barrel proof.
Bourbon can be made anywhere in the US. Only whiskey produced in the State of Kentucky can be called labeled Kentucky Straight Whiskey.For a whiskey to be considered Bourbon, its mash – the mixture of grains from which the product is distilled – must contain at least 51% corn. The rest of the mash is usually filled out with rye or wheat, and malted barley.
Four Gate Whiskey Company blends the highest quality whiskey available and collaborates on each batch with the barrel experts at Kelvin Cooperage to barrel finish the whiskey in new and innovative ways. For more information on these batches and all our other releases, check out Our Whiskey.
Bourbon whiskey has typically aged a minimum of two years, though most brands are aged at least four years and often longer than that. The drastic change in flavor profile comes from how temperature affects the barrels.
Most bourbons are distilled twice, usually once in a column still (beer still) which takes the strength up to approximately 50-60% abv and then again in direct heated copper pot stills known as 'doublers' (or 'thumpers' if the still is steam heated so emitting a thumping sound), which continue to remove fusil oils and ...

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