Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon

Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon

Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon

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Delve into the depths of American whiskey tradition with Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon. This extraordinary bourbon, aged for an impressive 211 months, epitomizes the art of aging and craftsmanship.

Named after the legendary Jacob’s Well, known for its depth and purity, this bourbon offers a profound and complex tasting experience. Each sip unveils a symphony of flavors, developed over years of maturation in charred oak barrels.

Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well boasts a deep amber hue, captivating the eye with its richness. The aroma is intoxicating, with notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak mingling harmoniously. On the palate, flavors of dark chocolate, dried fruits, and toasted oak dance gracefully, leading to a smooth and lingering finish.

This limited-edition bourbon is a testament to the dedication and expertise of Hardin’s Creek distillers, offering a rare and unforgettable drinking experience. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the cornerstone of your favorite cocktail, Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon promises to elevate any occasion.

Savor the legacy of Jacob’s Well and experience the unparalleled depth of flavor with Hardin’s Creek Jacob’s Well 211 Months Old Straight Bourbon.

Appearance: Rich amber hue, reminiscent of aged mahogany, with a captivating depth.

Nose: The aroma is a symphony of caramelized sugar, vanilla bean, and toasted oak, enticing the senses with its complexity. Subtle notes of dried fruits and a hint of baking spices add depth to the bouquet.

Palate: The first sip reveals a velvety texture, coating the palate with flavors of dark chocolate, caramelized figs, and roasted almonds. Warm spices, such as cinnamon and nutmeg, emerge mid-palate, complemented by a touch of leather and tobacco.

Finish: The finish is long and luxurious, with lingering notes of oak, vanilla, and a subtle hint of black pepper. A gentle warmth persists, inviting you to savor every moment of this exceptional bourbon experience.

An especially prominent variation is the labeling "Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey", used to indicate a straight whiskey made in Kentucky from a mash of at least 51% corn grain. For a straight whiskey to be called corn whiskey, it must use a mash with at least 80% corn and be aged in used or uncharred barrels.
Aged for 17 years, Hardin's Creek Clermont has a rich amber color with darker tones and a burnt sugar nose tripled with matured toasted oak and sweet vanilla. The palate has an initial presence of caramelized oak, followed by brown spices, hints of seasoned leather, and a smooth, sweet finish.
Most distillers put bourbon through distillation twice. In the first step, the bourbon goes through column stills. The second round distills it through attached, heated copper pot stills. These bourbon distillation rounds boost the alcohol content of the liquid and remove the mash and other impurities.As defined in the United States law, Straight Bourbon Whiskey is whiskey that is distilled in any of the 50 states from at least 51% fermented corn to no more than 160 proof (80% alcohol by volume [ABV]) and aged in new charred oak barrels for a minimum of two years.
Each Hardin's Creek bourbon is made from the same mash bill, aged 17 years, and bottled at the same proof. The only difference is the aging location (hence the name of each release).

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